The Global Frontier Fund was newly established following the merger of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation and the Ship & Ocean Foundation (the Ocean Policy Foundation) on April 1, 2015. The Fund conducts and supports projects that lead to the further development of projects that both Foundations have been carrying out, and that represent this merger.
Promoting Innovative Finance for Development
Goals and Tactics of Lesser Allies: NATO Summit Warsaw and Implication for Japan-U.S. Alliance
Future Sustainability of Nuclear Power in US Energy Policy
International Trends and Challenges in Refugee Protection
Research Project on Sustainability of Nuclear
Research and Countermeasures on Global Warming and Marine Acidification
World Forum for Muslim Democrats
The Japan-NATO Partnership and the Security of the Global Commons
Dialogue on the Recognition of Historical Issues and the Future of Sino-Japan Relations
Security in the Indian Ocean Region
Strengthening Defense Capabilities in the Cyber Space
The Sasakawa Peace Foundation ...
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For general business to perform the approach from individual problem areas, specific fund will make the approach of the regional center.
In addition, the Sasakawa Peace Foundation, strong relations between Japan and the United States from the recognition
that leads to the stability and prosperity of the region, we are focused on exchange programs with the United States.