The D-10 Strategy Forum is a unique series of meetings organized by the Atlantic Council and the Centre for International Governance Innovation that aims to bolster unity and coordination among leading democracies in addressing global challenges.
The Forum brings together top policy planning officials and strategy experts from ten leading democracies at the forefront of building and maintaining the rules-based democratic order. Participants in this “Democracies 10” — Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States, plus the European Union — have demonstrated a commitment to shared values and interests, and possess the requisite diplomatic, economic, and military resources to act on a global scale.
D-10 Strategy Forum meetings are hosted by the foreign ministries of participating D-10 states. Previous meetings have taken place in:
Tokyo, September 2016
Brussels, January 2016
Rome, June 2015
Ottawa, July 2014
Strategy of “Constrainment”: Countering Russia’s Challenge to the Democratic Order
Note: The views expressed in the strategy papers reflect those solely of the co-authors, and are not intended to imply endorsement or approval by any other participants in the D-10 Strategy Forum.
For more information about the D-10 Strategy Forum, please contact:
Ash Jain, Senior Fellow, Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security, and Co-Director, D-10 Strategy Forum