June 20-22, 2012 Re-Thinking Asia: Visions for Common Security with the Indo-Pacific in the 21st Century

Re-Thinking Asia: Visions for Common Security with the Indo-Pacific in the 21st Century

On June 20-22, 2012 at the Evangelische Akademie Tutzing, Bavaria/Germany the series “Re-Thinking Asia: Visions for Common Security with the Indo-Pacific in the 21st Century" was organized by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.  Professor Acharya participated at the Keynote Speaker, in Panel I "Building cooperative security regimes with Asia: Prospects for the emergence of new regional governance structures.  The guiding questions of this panel were;

  • What are the current inter-state security dynamics unfolding in the Indo-Pacific region?
  • Do existing security institutions allow for the prevention and peaceful management of inter-state conflict?
  • Envisioning peace in the Indo-Pacific region: What should a framework for common security security with Asia look like in the future?

To read Professor Acharya's report "Common Security with Asia: Changing Europe’s Role from “Model” to “Partner” please see here

To see the complete program please see here