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1998 Preliminary Inventory

I. Multilateral - Governmental/Track I Meetings

  1. ARF Intersessional Meeting (ISM) on Disaster Relief
  2. ARF Intersessional Support Group (ISG) on Confidence Building Measures

II. Multilateral - Nongovernmental/Track II Meetings

  1. 5th ASEAN-ISIS Colloquium on Human Rights
  2. Cambodia's Future in ASEAN: Dynamo or Dynamite?
  3. 8th Southeast Asia Forum
  4. International Game '98: Korean Reconciliation and Asian Security
  5. 8th CSCAP CSBM Working Group
  6. 12th Asia Pacific Roundtable
  7. Social and Political Consequences of the Asian Economic Crisis: Regional Perspectives
  8. Asian Approaches to International Negotiations: Borders and Territories Conference
  9. Annual Conference of the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies
  10. Conference on South Pacific Security

Nongovernmental Meetings

  1. Asia-Pacific Economics and Security Conference
  2. US-China Security Dialogue on North Korea
  3. Sino-US Military Relations Conference
  4. 3rd Annual US-Japan Security Relations Conference

I. Multilateral - Governmental/Track I Meetings

  1. ARF Intersessional Meeting (ISM) on Disaster Relief. Bangkok, February 19-20. Jointly organized by Thailand and New Zealand.
  2. ARF Intersessional Support Group (ISG) on Confidence Building Measures. Sydney, March 4-6. Jointly organized by Australia and Brunei.

II. Multilateral - Nongovernmental/Track II Meetings

  1. 5th ASEAN-ISIS Colloquium on Human Rights. Manila, February 15-16. Organized by the Institute of Strategic and Development Studies and funded by the Canadian International Development Agency. The theme of the conference was ASEAN Perspectives on Human Rights: Assessing 50 Years of the UN Declaration on Human Rights. Contact: Malaya Ronas, ISDS, fax: 632-921-1436, e-mail: isdsphil@cnl.net
  2. Cambodia's Future in ASEAN: Dynamo or Dynamite? Phnom Penh, February 18-20. Organized by the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace and funded by the Canadian International Development Agency. Participated by about 60 academics and researchers from ASEAN-ISIS and Canada and top government officials from Cambodia. Main agenda items included ASEAN: Where Has It Been and Where Is it Going; Cambodia and the ASEAN Regional Forum; Cambodia and AFTA; Cambodia's Integration into ASEAN: Lessons Learned and Continuing Challenges; The Role and Functions of ASEAN-ISIS in "Track-Two" Diplomacy. Contact: Kao Kim Hourn, CICP, fax: 85-23-362-520, e-mail: cicp@camnet.com.kh
  3. 8th Southeast Asia Forum. Kuala Lumpur, March 14-17. Organized by ISIS Malaysia. This forum aims at promoting closer regional cooperation in Southeast Asia and deepening regional integration of the ASEAN countries. Agenda items included ASEAN Vision 2020: Challenges and Prospects in the New Millennium; The Economic Turbulence in Southeast Asia: Reality Check; Restoring Confidence in Regional Economies: Taking out the Doom in the Gloom; The Regional Economic Crisis: Looking at the Lessons; Transborder Environmental Disasters: What Must be Done to Avert Them; Southeast Asia and the Social Agenda: Critical Policy Responses; Cambodia: What is Happening and Where is it Going. Contact: Mohamed Jawhar Hassan, ISIS Malaysia, fax: 603-293-9430, e-mail: jawhar@isis.po.my, web site: http://www.jaring.my/isis/
  4. International Game '98: Korean Reconciliation and Asian Security. Honolulu, April 27-30. Organized by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies and co-hosted by the Naval War College, USA. 35 participants from 8 Asia Pacific countries. Contact: Barabra O'Neal, APCSS, fax: 1-808-971-8999, e-mail: baoneal0@hq.pacom.mil, web site: http://www.pacom.mil/apc/
  5. 8th CSCAP CSBM Working Group. Washington, D.C., May 7-9. Organized by USCSCAP. Contact: Ralph Cossa, Pacific Forum/CSIS, fax: 1-808-599-8690, e-mail: pacforum@lava.net
  6. 12th Asia Pacific Roundtable. Kuala Lumpur, May 31 - June 3. Organized by ISIS Malaysia. Contact: Mohamed Jawhar Hassan, ISIS Malaysia, fax: 603-293-9430, e-mail: jawhar@isis.po.my, web site: http://www.jaring.my/isis/
  7. Social and Political Consequences of the Asian Economic Crisis: Regional Perspectives. Honolulu, August. Organized by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. About 50 participants from 8-10 countries. Contact: Barabra O'Neal, APCSS, fax: 1-808-971-8999, e-mail: baoneal0@hq.pacom.mil, web site: http://www.pacom.mil/apc/
  8. Asian Approaches to International Negotiations: Borders and Territories Conference. Honolulu, September. Jointly organized by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies and the Atlantic Council of the United States. 30-50 participants from 12 countries will be invited. Contact: Barabra O'Neal, APCSS, fax: 1-808-971-8999, e-mail: baoneal0@hq.pacom.mil, web site: http://www.pacom.mil/apc/
  9. Annual Conference of the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. Honolulu, November 2-5. Organized by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. About 200 participants from 40 countries. Contact: Barabra O'Neal, APCSS, fax: 1-808-971-8999, e-mail: baoneal0@hq.pacom.mil, web site: http://www.pacom.mil/apc/
  10. Conference on South Pacific Security (title TBC). Australia, December. Jointly organized by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Honolulu and the Australian National University. About 50 participants from 10-12 countries will be invited. Contact: Barabra O'Neal, APCSS, fax: 1-808-971-8999, e-mail: baoneal0@hq.pacom.mil, web site: http://www.pacom.mil/apc/

Nongovernmental Meetings

  1. Asia-Pacific Economics and Security Conference. Honolulu, January 12-13. Jointly organized by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies and the United States Pacific Command. 75 participants from the United States explored the recent financial turmoil in Asia and the resulting political, economic and security implications. The conference culminated in an executive review with the United States Commander-in-Chief of the Pacific. Conference publication is in progress. Contact: Barabra O'Neal, APCSS, fax: 1-808-971-8999, e-mail: baoneal0@hq.pacom.mil, web site: http://www.pacom.mil/apc/
  2. US-China Security Dialogue on North Korea. Honolulu, May 26-28. Jointly organized by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies and the United States Institute of Peace. 35 participants from China and USA will be invited. Contact: Barabra O'Neal, APCSS, fax: 1-808-971-8999, e-mail: baoneal0@hq.pacom.mil, web site: http://www.pacom.mil/apc/
  3. Sino-US Military Relations Conference (title TBC). Honolulu, July 1-2. Jointly organized by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies and the Institute for International Studies at Stanford University. 30 participants from China and USA will be invited. Contact: Barabra O'Neal, APCSS, fax: 1-808-971-8999, e-mail: baoneal0@hq.pacom.mil, web site: http://www.pacom.mil/apc/
  4. 3rd Annual US-Japan Security Relations Conference. Japan, November. Jointly organized by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Honolulu and the Defense Research Center in Japan. 25 participants from Japan and USA will attend. Contact: Barabra O'Neal, APCSS, fax: 1-808-971-8999, e-mail: baoneal0@hq.pacom.mil, web site: http://www.pacom.mil/apc/