Initiatives of Boston Global Forum

From its founding on December 12th, 2012, the Boston Global Forum has contributed pioneering initiatives for a peaceful, secure, creative, innovative, and prosperous world.

The Boston Global Forum connects leaders, devises initiatives, and implements them.

AIWS City and Rebuilding Ukraine

BGF condemns Russian invasion of Ukraine, calls for support to Ukraine, and initiates to rebuild Ukraine with AIWS City conceptual models.

AIWS City and the Age of Global Enlightenment

AIWS develops recommendations for the development and implementation of AI in ways that promote the public interest.

Global Law and Accord on AI and Digital

These are the principles and frameworks that guide all activities and discussions at Boston Global Forum.

Shinzo Abe Initiative for Peace and Security

Japan will continue to cooperate closely with the US and other partners in the International community, reliably safeguard our nation’s important information and property while playing a leading role in achieving the peace and stability of the international community.

Global Cybersecurity Day

Global Cybersecurity Day, held in December 12 at 12 noon local time in various cities around the globe, aims to inspire the shared responsibility of the world’s citizens to protect the safety, transparency and security of the Internet.

United Nations Centennial

BGF developed 100-year visions, missions, and action plans for United Nations.


Hackers spying on U.S. presidential candidates

Hackers spying on U.S. presidential candidates

(June 6th, 2016) James Clapper, the U.S. director of national intelligence, says that that hackers, possibly working for foreign governments, are spying on  American presidential candidates. As a result, government officials are working with the campaigns to tighten...

Fed has been under heavy cyberattack

Fed has been under heavy cyberattack

  The U.S. Federal Reserve System has detected more than 50 cyberbreaches between 2011 and 2015, with several incidents called "espionage’’. Most observers speculate that Russia and/or China, which are engaged in continuing cyberattacks against the U.S., are...

Abe to propose big stimulus package

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who just finished hosting the G7 summit, plans to propose a fiscal stimulus package of as much as $90.7 billion after warning G7 leaders that the global economy faces a significant risk of another crisis like that in 2008. Many...

Currency mismatches seen as  economic threat

Currency mismatches seen as economic threat

(May 30th, 2016)  Marc Chandler argues, in the wake of the G7 Summit, that a major problem facing the world economy lies in problems in the capital markets and the “currency mismatches that stem from dollar borrowings.’’ Read his overview of summit concerns.