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The New Global Security Agenda In Asia And Europe And Prospects For Co-operation

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10 Dec 01 - 11 Dec 01 Asia-Europe Foundation Governance & Economy Department Regional Integration Series Governance & Human Rights

Hanoi (Vietnam)


This conference took a broad look at security trends in Asia and Europe, the role of the UN, and prospects for co-operation on security issues. About 60 participants representing 25 ASEM member countries attended the conference, where they could assess the security situation in both regions and at a global level by analysing recent trends. The conference was particularly relevant as it took place in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks in the US.


- Problems and trends: Political and military security in Asia and Europe

- Political and military security tools: The UN and security

- Future perspectives and priorities: Co-operation and conflict management in Asia and Europe

- The ASEM security acquis


Danish Institute of International Affairs (DUPI), Denmark

The Institute of International Relations, Vietnam

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