Tadashi Yamamoto, Akira Iriye, Makoto Iokibe, editors
Mark Borthwick and Tadashi Yamamoto, editors
Ryosei Kokubun and Wang Jisi, editors
The year 2013 marks the 40th anniversary of the launch of the informal dialogue relations between ASEAN and Japan. The relationship between the two remains strong, but a number of developments in the region over the past decade have made it necessary to reexamine and redefine the strategic value of ASEAN-Japan cooperation.
East Asia is undergoing a remarkable transformation, but at the same time it is facing a growing number of traditional and nontraditional security challenges with the potential to destabilize the region. In recent years, there has been growing attention to ways in which civil society organizations in the region have quietly been playing a greater role in responding to security threats, especially nontraditional security challenges.
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