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Asia Pacific Security in the next decade: The US Rebalancing toward Asia

As the world’s economic locomotives continue to move to the Asia-Pacific region, the US has decided to “pivot” its foreign policy toward the Indo-Pacific Ocean. With the rising power of China and an emerging stress along flashpoints in East China and South China Seas, the whole world is waiting for the unveiling of the historic moment in the 21st century. What’s about other major powers in Asia such as Japan and India? What’s the development and position of ASEAN?


Organized by: Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) Alumni, Institute of Security and International Studies (ISIS) at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand Health Promotion Fund, Siam Intelligence Unit (SIU), Faculty of Political Science and Law of Burapha University, and The American Studies Program of ISIS Thailand.


Venue: Novotel Bangkok Siam Square, Bangkok, Thailand


Date: March 29, 2013 at 08.30 a.m. – 17:00 p.m.


As the world’s economic locomotives continue to move to the Asia-Pacific region, the US has decided to “pivot” its foreign policy toward the Indo-Pacific Ocean. With the rising power of China and an emerging stress along flashpoints in East China and South China Seas, the whole world is waiting for the unveiling of the historic moment in the 21st century. What’s about other major powers in Asia such as Japan and India? What’s the development and position of ASEAN?





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