September 16, 2018

As a part of the Annual National District Export Council conference in Washington, D.C., the Foundation's Chairman, David Day will be the Moderator for this program on October 3, 2018. His two guests will be (invited) Matthew Pottinger, Director for Asia, National Secu...

June 28, 2018

Commenting in Japan Forward, Foundation Advisor Dr. Robert Eldridge writes that it is time for Japan to recognize its own ethnic and cultural ties with the people of Taiwan and move towards the enactment of its own Taiwan Relations Act, which it has never done. This pe...

Published in The National Interest, Foundation Advisor Grant Newsham, states that the U.S. government has named its price on ZTE. This price was for ZTE's gross violations of U.S. law and sanctions, for bribing its way into contracts around the world, and for spying. B...

Beijing has announced that one leg of Xi's Silk Road (OBOR) initiative connects the South Pacific and other islands into the "maritime silkroad infrastructure initiative." Even the maps are beginning to show this leg:

Beijing has announced that this leg would pass throu...

Advisors to the foundation's Board Dr. Robert Eldridge and  Grant Newsham teamed up along with  Andrew R. MacMannis to collaborate on their respective insights and lessons learned from the HADR and disaster response to  Japan's Fukushima and Great Tohoku earthquake dis...

June 12, 2018

Kerry Gershaneck, a foundation Advisor currently working in Taiwan, just published a piece in The National Interest. He writes: "Japan’s security is inextricably linked to Taiwan’s security, and vice versa. Consequently, Taiwan needs a militarily capable Japan, and one...

June 10, 2018

Prof. Kerry Gershaneck published this piece in Asia Times. He writes that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe faces a major political warfare campaign as he labors to defend Japan’s security interests through the normalization of the status of its armed forces. On the o...

June 2, 2018

A member of the foundation's Board of Advisors, Grant Newsham writes in this piece in The Interpreter published by the Lowy Institute that the PLA Marine Corps is scheduled to increase from approximately 20,000 to 100,000 Marines. "Within a few years, the Chinese equiv...

May 8, 2018

GRMF founding directors David Day and Elizabeth Chan met with Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Secretary of Commerce Mark Rabauliman as part of a Small Business Development Center outreach program to foster commerce in the Pacific Islands. The meeting was part of...

 

Foundation Leaders David F. Day and Dr. Elizabeth Chan at the Asian Development Bank in Manila to network on GRMF projects. 

 

Mr. Day and Dr. Chan met with US Commercial Service, USAID, and Asian Development Bank representatives.

 

 

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