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Reserve List

I. Governmental/Track I Meetings

  1. 1st Meeting of the Study Group on Laos and Cambodia
  2. 2nd Meeting on Southeast Asia Beyond 2000

II. Nongovernmental Meetings

  1. Canada-Korea Forum
  2. India and Pakistan at Fifty
  3. 1st MIMA-SIPRI Workshop on Safety at Sea
  4. 2nd Annual Conference on US-Japan Security Relations
  5. 2nd International Committee of the Red Cross Seminar on Humanitarian Law for Armed Forces in East Asia

I. Governmental/Track I Meetings

  1. 1st Meeting of the Study Group on Laos and Cambodia. Manila, July 26-27. Organized by the Secretariat, National Security Council, Office of the President, Republic of the Philippines. Contact: SGLC Secretariat, tel: 632-921-8729.
  2. 2nd Meeting on Southeast Asia Beyond 2000. Manila, August 22-24. Organized by the Secretariat, National Security Council, Office of the President, Republic of the Philippines. Contact: SEA-10 Secretariat, tel: 632-921-8729.

II. Nongovernmental Meetings

  1. Canada-Korea Forum. Banff, September 26-29. Organized by Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies. Funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, Air Canada, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., the Banff Centre, The Korea Foundation. Attended by 27 politicians, government officials, academics, business leaders from Canada and Korea. Topics of discussion included economic relationship; political security and developmental cooperation; current situation in Korea; educational and social connections; suggestions for future cooperation. Contact: Shirley Yue, fax: 1-416-736-5991, e-mail: syue@yorku.ca
  2. India and Pakistan at Fifty. (Wilton Park Conference 508) Wilton Park. September 29 - October 3. Organized by Wilton Park Conferences in conjunction with the European Commission. Approximately 70 participants including officials, retired officials and officers, parliamentarians, academics, journalists, NGO leaders and businesspeople from Bangladesh, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Netherlands, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Thailand, UK, Vietnam and the European Commission. The agenda focused on Indo-Pakistan relations, mainly in a South Asian context but also connected to Southeast Asia and Asia Pacific economic and security issues. Contact: Jackie Nichols, Wilton Park Conferences, fax: 44-1903-815913, e-mail: wilton@pavilion.co.uk
  3. 1st MIMA-SIPRI Workshop on Safety at Sea. Lumut, Malaysia, October 13-15. Attended by researchers, government officials and military personnel. The workshop focused on Prevention of Incidents at SEA (INCSEA) agreements and operations, INCSEA cases, regional INCSEA and maritime confidence-building, the INCSEA idea and its applicability to Asia. The second workshop will possibly be held in February 1998. Contact: Peter Jones, SIPRI, fax: 468-655-9733, e-mail: jones@sipri.se, web site: http://www.sipri.se/
  4. 2nd Annual Conference on US-Japan Security Relations. Honolulu, Hawaii, November 19. Jointly organized by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies and the Japan Defense Research Center. 25 senior level governmental and academic participants from Japan and the US discussed topics related to the security environment of the Asia-Pacific region and the US-Japan security relationship. Topics included Potential Threats and Flashpoints and The Guidelines Review and Implications for the Future. Conference publication is in progress. Contact: Barabra OÕNeal, APCSS, fax: 1-808-971-8999, e-mail: baoneal0@hq.pacom.mil, web site: http://www.pacom.mil/apc/
  5. 2nd International Committee of the Red Cross Seminar on Humanitarian Law for Armed Forces in East Asia. Seoul, November 24. Attended by delegation of military instructors from 13 East Asian countries. Only Burma declined to attend. Delegations from both DPRK and ROK attened. (As noted in the Northeast Asia Peace and Security Network Daily Report for November 25, 1997. Contact: Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development, fax: 1-510-204-9298, e-mail: nautilus@nautilus.org, web site: http://www.nautilus.org/)