Friday, January 22, 2010

Jan 22 CVE-2009-4324 Conference Report: Military Confidence Building Measures in the Taiwan Strait from chinastudies@fastmail.fm 2010-01-22 8:39 AM


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-----Original Message-----
From: CNA China Studies [mailto:chinastudies@fastmail.fm]
Sent: 2010-01-22 8:39 AM
To: XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Subject: Conference Report: Military Confidence Building Measures in the Taiwan Strait
Importance: High


Colleague,

It is with great pleasure that I forward you the link to CNA China
Studies' latest conference report: Military Confidence Building Measures
in the Taiwan Strait.

Since the inauguration of Ma Ying-jeou as Taiwan's s president in May
2008, relations between Taipei and Beijing have improved at a rapid
pace.  The resumption of quasi-official talks between the two sides of
the Strait has led to a series of landmark agreements. Among other
promising results, the commencement of direct flights, shipping, and
postal services have been important steps toward reconciliation.
Nevertheless, officials and scholars on both sides of the Strait
recognize that progress has thus far been limited to relatively easy
issues and that addressing such delicate, yet critical, topics as
sovereignty and military deployments will require a prolonged period of
time and greater political trust.

To better understand how officials and experts on both sides of the
Strait are thinking about pursuing military CBMs and creating
appropriate conditions for cross-Strait discussions of CBMs, a CNA-led
delegation visited Taipei and Beijing December 24-28, 2009. This
conference discussed the findings of the trip, including recommendations
for how Taiwan, Mainland China, and the United States can further create
an environment that is favorable to establishing military CBMs. It
provided a venue for informed specialists and U.S. government officials
to discuss the measures and the implications for the United States.

You can access the report, on the CNA China Studies publications page
at: http://www.cna.org/international/china/publications.aspx. We hope
you will find this report useful.


Very Best Regards,

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  CNA China Studies

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Virustotal
http://www.virustotal.com/analisis/57acd42eb5003eec9992441deb136d02daf254f6a598fc6c9b22a1e244445d0b-1264174896
File Conference_Report.pdf received on 2010.01.22 15:41:36 (UTC)
Result: 2/41 (4.88%)
Avast 4.8.1351.0 2010.01.22 JS:Pdfka-WP
GData 19 2010.01.22 JS:Pdfka-WP 
File size: 235512 bytes
MD5...: 4ce2d4ad39572811d87f22f69c7c203a


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File    Conference Report.pdf
MD5    4ce2d4ad39572811d87f22f69c7c203a
Analysis Started    2010-01-22 08:09:33
Report Generated    2010-01-22 08:09:45
Jsand 1.03.02    malicious
doc.media.newPlayer    Use-after-free vulnerability in the Doc.media.newPlayer method in Adobe Reader and Acrobat 8.0 through 9.2    CVE-2009-4324



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