The National Committee on American Foreign Policy (NCAFP) organized a U.S.-Japan-Russia Trilateral Conference on March 10-11, 2016 at NCAFP Headquarters in New York City. The objective of the trilateral was to explore ways to build on our common interests and to manage our differences.
Influential scholars, think tank representatives and former officials from each of the three countries discussed current and future security challenges in the Asia-Pacific region; the Arctic region and possibilities for increased security, environmental and economic cooperation; and Economic development in Eurasia including energy, investment and trade.
The NCAFP partnered with the Russian International Affairs Coun cil (RIAC), Moscow. Japanese experts joined us from a number of different Tokyo-based institutions.
Click the following link to read the report: US-Japan-Russia Trilateral Report_March 2016