Friday, November 26, 2010

CVE-2009-4324 CVE-2009-0927 CVE-2008-2992 regional security in east asia.pdf

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From: hsueh [] 
Sent: Friday, November 26, 2010 3:45 AM
Subject: regional security in east asia

Regional Security in East Asia:
Sustaining Stability, Coping with Conflict, Building Cooperation?
A Conference Sponsored By
Foreign Policy Research Institute
and the
Reserve Officers Association
Date: Monday, November 1, 2010
Place: Reserve Officers Association
One Constitution Avenue NE
Washington, DC
This event will be webcast.
Except for the problem of North Korea, East Asia has been a region of 
comparative stability. U.S.-PRC relations have continued a long period 
of stability despite the frictions that have accompanied China﹛s rise. 
Cross-Strait relations have warmed rapidly. U.S.-Japan security ties 
have remained strong, underpinned by common regional interests and 
Despite this overall stability, regional security faces challenges 
from old conflicts and newly emerging tensions, ranging from legacies 
of history that cast a shadow over Japan﹛s relations with its 
neighbors and its international security roles, the now-perennial 
crisis of North Korea﹛s weapons programs and the long-rising worries 
over an increasingly powerful and assertive China to the sinking of 
the South Korean naval ship Cheonan, the controversy over the U.S. 
base at Futenma, Japan, and the dispute over Japan﹛s detention of a 
Chinese ship.
Relatively recent changes in leadership or ruling parties and the 
prospect of more such changes in the relatively near future in almost 
all of the major states in the region create further uncertainty. 
Regional states and extraregional states with security interests in 
the region have turned to multilateral cooperation and engagement to 
sustain stability and cope with potential conflict. What are the 
prospects for maintaining stability and containing or avoiding 
conflict now and in the near future? What roles can and should 
regional cooperation play?
Attendance at the Program AND Lunch is free for FPRI &
ROA Members, and $35 for Non-Members
Registration form below.
For additional information and updates, see:
Or contact
Alan Luxenberg
Tel: (215) 732-3774 x105
This conference will be webcast.
To register for webcast only use this link:

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