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9th ASEF Lecture Tour

From Bullets To Ballots And Beyond: Building Post-Conflict Democracies In Asia And Europe

Project Period: Contact: Department: Programme: Theme:
03 Feb 05 - 22 Feb 05 Asia-Europe Foundation Governance & Economy Department Asia-Europe Lecture Tours Governance & Human Rights



Venue:
Singapore
Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
Jakarta (Indonesia)
Bangkok (Thailand)
Tokyo (Japan)
Seoul (Korea)

OVERVIEW

Delivered by Plamen Tonchev, this lecture tour series focused on democracy-building in post-conflict situations by looking at four case studies from Cambodia, East Timor, Bosnia, and Cyprus. Rodolfo Severino, former Secretary-General of ASEAN and Research Fellow at the Institute of South-East Asian Studies, served as discussant during the opening lecture, and he provided insights on ASEAN perspectives and approaches. In the discussions between speaker Tonchev and the audience, topics analysed included the following:

- Multilateralism in the management of conflicts and post-conflict situations

- Longer-term perspectives in the building of democracies

- Whether the elaboration of a model to post-conflict democracy building and recovery was possible

SPEAKER

Mr. Plamen Tonchev, Head of Asia Unit, Institute of International Economic Relations, Greece

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