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In recent years, the security situation in Asia has become much more volatile. This concerns not only maritime and territorial disputes, but increasing armament, growing tensions on the Korean Peninsula, terrorism, nationalism as well as non-traditional threats. Despite these prevailing challenges, attempts to establish a cooperative security environment to contain these insecurities and build trust have been limited in their success. This workshop offers an opportunity to discuss recent developments and will be addressing the role of multilateral fora in Southeast and Northeast Asia, the future role of the US and lessons from the European experience in creating a regional security architecture.
|28 July 2017 (Fri)|