ABOUT APCU

THE JAPANESE CONSERVATIVE UNION About the APCU

Asia Pacific Conservative Union(APCU)

アジア・太平洋地域において
自由と民主主義という価値観を共有する
国家の保守団体が連携し、
連合体を構築しようという枠組み

The Asia Pacific Conservative Union (APCU) is a framework for building a coalition of conservatives in nations that share the values ​​of freedom and democracy in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. Currently, we facilitate cooperation between conservatives in the United States, South Korea, Taiwan, India, Brazil, Australia, Mongolia, and more. Member organizations from each country are in contact with each other and are exploring what future collaboration will look like.

Behind the need for APCU and the potential for multilateral cooperation are the military and political threats faced by Asia-Pacific nations by countries that do not hold shared values. One major goal is to defend the current international order, which is based on classical liberalism and democracy, by ensuring mutual cooperation at the grassroots level. This complements the Blue Dot Network initiative, which is being promoted by the United States, Australia, and Japan, and the four-country alliance initiative (Quad Alliance Initiative), which adds India to these three countries, on the private level.

Some of APCU’s specific activities include the denunciation of fraudulent elections and the exploitation of countries through development assistance that requires them to violate their peoples’ interests. Meetings for exchanging opinions between members are held in Washington D.C. among other places.

ACTION

主要な行動

  • 不正選挙の糾弾運動
  • 開発援助を利用した利権搾取といった問題解決