GRM Founding Directors David Day and Elizabeth Chan recently traveled to Tokyo, where they were joined by Dr. Robert Eldridge, the GRM Director, North Asia, for a series of meetings with other NGOs, government agencies, private sector businesses, and academia. Mr. Day,...

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...

June 23, 2018

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Darryll Wong is both a Foundation Advisor and head of its Disaster group. General Wong met with Philippine Secretary of Defense, Delfin Lorenzana, recently at Camp Aguinaldo in Manila, Philippines.

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...

Grant Newsham, a GRMF Board Advisor and Director of its Third Rail group writes in this piece published in A AND Magazine:

"It was comforting to see who accompanied Mr. Trump in his meetings with the North Koreans. John Bolton – not exactly a friend of tyrants. John Kel...

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...

GRMF Chairman David Day delivered a presentation on current US trade policy and trade agreements negotiation/renegotiation status before the Hawaii Economic Association in Honolulu. 

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