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Preliminary Inventory, 2005

  1. Regional Outlook Forum
  2. Special ASEAN Leaders' Meeting on Aftermath of Earthquake and Tsunami
  3. The TSUNAMI Aftermath: Challenges to Human Security
  4. The 13th Asia Pacific Parliamentarians Forum (APPF)
  5. ASEAN Deputy Foreign Ministers Meeting
  6. Japan-EU Think Tank Roundtable—"Next Steps in Global Governance"
  7. 44th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (SEC/AAS)
  8. Regional Structures in the Asia Pacific Seminar
  9. The United Nations World Conference on Disaster Reduction
  10. Towards Building an East Asian Community
  11. The High-Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change: Implications for UN Strategies and Capacities
  12. Asia-Pacific and a New International Order: Responses and Options
  13. 7th Asian Security Conference
  14. Inaugural International Conference on South Asia 2005
  15. World Social Forum
  16. Asia Journalists Forum
  17. First ASEAN Inter-parliamentary Caucus (on Myanmar)
  18. International Symposium on Security Affairs 2005—"The Security Policy of the United States during the Second Bush Administration and Its Implication for the World"
  19. EU-UNU Tokyo Global Forum: Bridging the Gap—Involving Citizens' Movements and NGOs in the Democratic Process
  20. An Integrated Road Map to East Asian Free Trade Agreement
  21. International Counter-terrorism Conference
  22. 13th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Summit
  23. Tokyo Seminar on the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT)
  24. Second Asian Senior-Level Talks on Non-Proliferation (ASTOP)
  25. CSCAP Study Group on Regional Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding
  26. Eleventh ASEF University
  27. ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) on Outstanding Political and Security Issues and ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) on the ASEAN Charter and the EAS
  28. Asia-Europe Colloquy on Universities of Tomorrow
  29. "The North Korean Nuclear Challenge: Is There a Way Forward?"
  30. Chemical and Biological Terrorism: Forging a Response
  31. The North Korean Nuclear Issue: Non-Proliferation, The Korean Peninsula and U.S. Foreign Policy
  32. CSCAP Study Group on Enhancing the Effectiveness of the Campaign against International Terrorism with Specific Reference to the Asia Pacific Region
  33. ARF Intersessional Support Group Meeting on Confidence Building Measures (ISG on CBMs)
  34. RMA Conference on "Revolutions in Military Affairs, Processes, Problems and Prospects"
  35. Regional Governance Forum—What Can We Do to Realize East Asian Economic Integration?
  36. ICAS Winter Symposium: Humanity, Peace and Security
  37. IDSS Workshop on "Betwixt and Between: Southeast Asian Strategic Relations with the U.S. and China"
  38. Engaging the United States in an Emerging East Asia Community—10th APAP Forum
  39. Symposium on East Asian Community
  40. CSCAP Workshop on Maritime Security
  41. U.S.-Japan Alliance and Australia—Hawaii Workshop
  42. Inter-Korean Reconciliation and Cooperation: Challenges and Prospects
  43. ASEAN Regional Forum Seminar on Regional Cooperation in Maritime Security
  44. ASEAN Regional Forum Seminar on Enhancing Cooperation in the Field of Non-Traditional Security Issues
  45. International Conference on Nuclear Security: Global Directions for the Future
  46. Prospects for Energy Cooperation in Northeast Asia
  47. 2nd ASEAN Leadership Forum
  48. Japan, East Asia and the Formation of North Korea Policy
  49. Maritime Security and International Terrorism: Strengthening the Response
  50. International Ministerial Conference:"Nuclear Power for the 21st Century"
  51. 33rd Williamsburg Conference
  52. ARF CBM Workshop on Peace Arrangements Ensuring Stability and Security in the Region, Including Civil-Military Cooperation
  53. GLOBAL Security Asia 2005
  54. CSCAP Study Group on Developing Strategies to Reduce Human Trafficking in the Asia Pacific Region
  55. Fourth ACD Ministerial Meeting
  56. Inaugural Conference "Managing Globalisation: Lessons from China and India"
  57. CSCAP Study Group on Capacity Building for Maritime Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific
  58. ARF Inter-sessional Meeting on Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime (ISM on CT-TC)
  59. China's Emerging Economy: Problems, Pitfalls and Implications at Home and Abroad
  60. Northeast Asia Cooperation Dialogue (NEACD) 15
  61. Annual Meeting of the Trilateral Commission
  62. 2nd EU-Japan-Asia Journalists Conference
  63. 4th Asia-Europe Roundtable "Conflict Prevention: Actors, Institutions and Mechanisms"
  64. Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2005: Asia Searching for Win-Win, New Role for Asia
  65. Asia Roundtable 2005
  66. 3rd Japan-Korea Dialogue
  67. CSCAP Study Group on Future Prospects for Multilateral Security Frameworks in North Pacific/Northeast Asia
  68. 2005 NPT Review Conference
  69. U.S.-Russia Perspectives on Asia-Pacific Security
  70. ASEM Foreign Ministers Meeting 7 (FMM7)
  71. 4th ASEAN People's Assembly
  72. ARF Senior Officials Meeting
  73. Contention and Cooperation in Northeast Asia: Analysis of Domestic-Regional Linkages—Second Workshop
  74. Global Democracy Conference (G05)—Global Democracy: Civil Society Visions and Strategies
  75. 23rd CSCAP Steering Committee Meeting
  76. CSCAP Study Group on Enhancing the Effectiveness of the Campaign against International Terrorism with Specific Reference to the Asia Pacific Region
  77. CSCAP Study Group on Countering the Proliferation of WMD in the Asia Pacific
  78. 19th Asia Pacific Roundtable 2005
  79. 2005 Pacific Symposium: Democracy and Democratic Transitions in Asia: Consequences for U.S. Security Policies
  80. 10th Western Pacific Naval Symposium (WPNS) Workshop 2005
  81. Second Congress of the Asian Political & International Studies Association (APISA)—"Governance Dilemmas in Asia Public Action in a Competitive and Insecure World"
  82. ARF Workshop on Changes in the Security Perceptions and Military Doctrines of ARF Members
  83. ARF Seminar on Cyber Terrorism
  84. Next Generation WMD: Anticipating The Threat—787th Wilton Park Conference
  85. Workshop on Regional Response to the Spread of HIV/AIDS in East Asia
  86. Commemorative Symposium on the Fifth Anniversary of the Okinawa Summit: East Asian Regional Response to HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
  87. The Tenth Meeting of the Expanded Senior Panel of the Limited Nuclear Weapons Free Zone for Northeast Asia (LNWFZ-NEA)
  88. Two Dissemination Seminars on the Non-Traditional Security in Asia
  89. ASEM Symposium on HIV/AIDS Control
  90. 25th ASEANAPOL (ASEAN Chiefs of Police) Conference
  91. APEC Symposium in Response to Outbreaks of Avian Influenza and Preparedness for a Human Health Emergency
  92. Trafficking, Migration, Minorities and HIV/AIDS
  93. The Impact of the Global War on Terrorism and Island State Security
  94. 55th Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs
  95. Major Conference on Reflections on Asia-Pacific 60 Years After The End of The Second World War
  96. Biosecurity Threats in the Asia-Pacific Region
  97. Fourth International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 4) Shanghai
  98. ARF Workshop on Training for Cooperative Maritime Security
  99. 9th ARF Head of Defense Universities/Colleges/Institutions
  100. Japan's Foreign and Security Policies: Alternatives, Drivers, and Implications
  101. Meeting on the Straits of Malacca and Maritime Security
  102. 15th New Generation Seminar
  103. ARF Seminar on Civil-Military Operations
  104. 34th PASOLS (Pacific Area Senior Officer Logistic Seminar)
  105. The Global Strategic Review 2005
  106. Regional Transnational Security Initiatives/Homeland Security Summit
  107. 2005 International Non Proliferation Conference
  108. ARF Seminar on Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW)
  109. ARF Workshop on Capacity Building of Maritime Security
  110. ARF Seminar on Missile Defense
  111. High Level Conference on Asian Economic Integration: Vision of a New Asia
  112. 24th CSCAP Steering Committee Meeting
  113. 5th CSCAP General Conference
  114. International Symposium on the Future of Korea and US-Japan Cooperation

Preliminary Inventory

  1. Regional Outlook Forum
    Singapore, 6 January, 2005
    Eighth annual forum organized by ISEAS where security experts, academics and others gather to discuss strategic trends in Asia and their expectations for Southeast Asian politics and economics. Contact: may@iseas.edu.sg
    Web site: http://www.iseas.edu.sg/nlissue5.pdf
  2. Special ASEAN Leaders' Meeting on Aftermath of Earthquake and Tsunami
    Jakarta, January 6, 2005
    Meeting on the aftermath of the massive earthquake and tsunami of 26 December 2004 that affected 8 Asian and 3 Eastern African countries
  3. The TSUNAMI Aftermath: Challenges to Human Security
    Singapore, January 6, 2005
    Public seminar organized by the Institute of Defense and Strategic Studies (IDSS), Singapore.
  4. The 13th Asia Pacific Parliamentarians Forum (APPF)
    Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam, January 10-15, 2005
    APPF is aimed at promoting dialogues among MPs in Asia Pacific on security-politics, economic-trade cooperation and culture, contributing to resolving regional issues and maintaining peace, stability, development and prosperity of the whole region.
    Web site: http://www.appf.org.pe/
  5. ASEAN Deputy Foreign Ministers Meeting
    Hanoi, January 13-14, 2005
  6. Japan-EU Think Tank Roundtable—"Next Steps in Global Governance"
    Tokyo, January 13-14, 2005
    Jointly organized by National Institute for Research Advancement (NIRA), Japan, Japan Foundation, and the European Policy Centre (EPC).
    Web site: http://www.nira.go.jp/newse/paper/japan-eu/index.html
  7. 44th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (SEC/AAS)
    Kentucky, U.S.A., January 14-16, 2005
    Web site: http://www.uky.edu/Centers/Asia/SECAAS/
  8. Regional Structures in the Asia Pacific Seminar
    Washington, D.C., January 18, 2005
    Hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in partnership with the Embassy of Australia to initiate an in-depth discussion on Asian regionalism. Contact Kazuyo Kato, email: kkato@csis.org
    Web site: http://www.csis.org/isp/asia/SeminarRegStru.htm
  9. The United Nations World Conference on Disaster Reduction
    Kobe, January 18-22, 2005
    Will be participated in by UN member countries, international organizations, experts and others. UN member countries will discuss new strategies for disaster reduction, and then discuss specialized topics with various international organizations. There will also be public symposia, exhibitions and other events. Web site: http://www.unisdr.org, http://www.bousai.go.jp/wcdr/
  10. Towards Building an East Asian Community
    Kyoto, January 21-22, 2005
    Organized by Ritsumeikan University Institute of International Affairs and Area Studies.
    Web site: http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/acd/re/k-rsc/ras/ras_index.htm
  11. The High-Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change: Implications for UN Strategies and Capacities
    New York, January 23-25, 2005
    This workshop is designed to examine the relationship between the research and policy community with respect to global security issues in the context of the report of the High Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change, which was published in December 2004.
  12. Asia-Pacific and a New International Order: Responses and Options
    Adelaide, Australia, January 27-28, 2005
    Organized by Adelaide University, Australia.
  13. 7th Asian Security Conference
    New Delhi, January 27-29, 2005
    The Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses (IDSA) has been organizing the Asian Security Conference as an annual event since 1999 and it provides a forum wherein a specific theme or issue is addressed in terms of its larger relevance to Asian Security. The theme for this year's conference is "Changing Security Dynamic in Eastern Asia".
    Web site: http://www.idsa-india.org/
  14. Inaugural International Conference on South Asia 2005
    Singapore, January 28, 2005
    Organized by the Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS). Contact email: iaspt@ntu.edu.sg
    Web site: http://www.isas.nus.edu.sg, http://www.iseas.edu.sg
  15. World Social Forum
    Port Alegre, Brazil, January 26-31, 2005
    Web site: http://www.forumsocialmundial.org.br
  16. Asia Journalists Forum
    Bangkok, January, 2005
    Second year of a 2-year project supported by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation promoting support for journalism in Asia. The Mass Communication Organization of Thailand will be commissioned to organize the forum.
    Web site: http://www.spf.org/e/project/2004/a2_08e.html
  17. First ASEAN Inter-parliamentary Caucus (on Myanmar)
    Jakarta, February 1-2, 2005
    The formation of this caucus follows closely the formation of another by parliamentarians in Malaysia alone, to deal with this and potentially other regional issues. Will be attended by elected representatives from Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.
  18. International Symposium on Security Affairs 2005—"The Security Policy of the United States during the Second Bush Administration and Its Implication for the World"
    Tokyo, February 2-3, 2005
    Organized by the National Institute for Defense Studies (NIDS), Japan. Contact email: planning@nids.go.jp. Web site: http://www.nids.go.jp/english/dissemination/other/
    symposium/pdf/0119_i_symposium.pdf
  19. EU-UNU Tokyo Global Forum: Bridging the Gap—Involving Citizens' Movements and NGOs in the Democratic Process
    Tokyo, February 3, 2005
    The fifth in a series of forums organized by the Delegation of the European Commission in Japan and United Nations University, this time in cooperation with the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE) at the beginning of the 2005 EU-Japan Year of People-to-People Exchanges.
    Web site: http://www.unu.edu/P&g/eu/
  20. An Integrated Road Map to East Asian Free Trade Agreement
    Manila, February 4, 2005
    To be co-convened by The AIM Policy Center and the Japan Economic Foundation Manila for an in-depth discussion on the East Asian Free Trade Area. Web site: http://www.policy.aim.edu.ph/download/
    PRESS%20Release%20-%20EAFTA%20revised.htm
  21. International Counter-terrorism Conference
    Riyadh, February 5-8, 2005
    Hosted by the Saudi Arabian Government to discuss the causes of terrorism as well as the relationship between terror and money laundering, arms and drug trafficking.
  22. 13th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Summit
    Dhaka, February 6-7, 2005
  23. Tokyo Seminar on the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT)
    Tokyo, February 7-8, 2005
    Co-hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) and the Center for the Promotion of Disarmament and Non-Proliferation (CPDNP).
  24. Second Asian Senior-Level Talks on Non-Proliferation (ASTOP)
    Tokyo, February 9, 2005
    Organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan as a follow up to the first meeting also held in Tokyo on November 13, 2003. The officials in charge of non-proliferation policies in Asia, including those of the ASEAN countries and countries that have strong interest over the region's security, will gather at this meeting to deepen their understanding on various issues related to the enhancement of the non-proliferation regime in Asia and to exchange views on the direction of their cooperation.
    Web site: http://www.mofa.go.jp/policy/un/disarmament/
    arms/astop/talk0502.html
  25. CSCAP Study Group on Regional Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding
    Bali, February 12-13, 2005
  26. Eleventh ASEF University
    Paris, February 12-26, 2005
    Organized by ASEF and the Institut d'Etudes Politiques (Sciences-Po) to involve university undergraduates excelling in the field of international relations, international economics and area studies to exchange ideas on the theme, "Liberty, Security and the New Global Order".
    Web site: http://www.asef.org/default.asp
  27. ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) on Outstanding Political and Security Issues and ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) on the ASEAN Charter and the EAS
    Yangon, February 16-18, 2005
  28. Asia-Europe Colloquy on Universities of Tomorrow
    Luxembourg, 16-19 February, 2005
    Organized by the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), University of Luxembourg, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Luxembourg. Contact Mr Bastiaan van de Loo, ASEF, email: Bastiaan@asef.org
    Web site: http://www.asef.org
  29. "The North Korean Nuclear Challenge: Is There a Way Forward?"
    Washington, D.C., February 17, 2005
    U.S. House of Representatives Joint Subcommittee (on International Relations and Asia and the Pacific) Meeting.
    Web site: http://wwwc.house.gov/international_relations/109/
    joint021705.htm
  30. Chemical and Biological Terrorism: Forging a Response
    Wilton Park, U.K., February 18-20, 2005
    Organized by Wilton Park Conferences in co-operation with the Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute, Washington DC. Agenda includes items on terrorism and Iraq, chemical and biological terrorism, including some case studies, and international cooperation to fight terrorism. Contact admin@wiltonpark.org.uk
    Web site: http://www.wiltonpark.org.uk/web/welcome.asp
  31. The North Korean Nuclear Issue: Non-Proliferation, The Korean Peninsula and U.S. Foreign Policy
    London, February 21, 2005
    Organized by the Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA), Chatham House, U.K. Discussions will focus on North Korea, energy and security matters and U.S. foreign policy towards North Korea in Bush's second term.
    Web site: http://www.riia.org/index.php?id=85
  32. CSCAP Study Group on Enhancing the Effectiveness of the Campaign against International Terrorism with Specific Reference to the Asia Pacific Region
    Bangkok, February 21-22, 2005
  33. ARF Intersessional Support Group Meeting on Confidence Building Measures (ISG on CBMs)
    Potsdam, 21-23 February, 2005
    Contact German Federal Foreign Office, Division 311, Multilateral Cooperation in Asia, fax: +49-030-5000-1703.
  34. RMA Conference on "Revolutions in Military Affairs, Processes, Problems and Prospects"
    Singapore, February 22-23, 2005
    Organized by the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies (IDSS), Singapore.
  35. Regional Governance Forum—What Can We Do to Realize East Asian Economic Integration?
    Tokyo, February 23, 2005
    This is the NIRA 30th Anniversary Symposium. Sessions will be on the outlook for and issues in East Asian regional integration, creating an economic region, policies for a Northeast Asian community, business relations between China, Japan and Korea, and perspectives from Southeast Asia.
    Web site: http://www.nira.go.jp
  36. ICAS Winter Symposium: Humanity, Peace and Security
    Washington, D.C., February 24, 2005
  37. IDSS Workshop on "Betwixt and Between: Southeast Asian Strategic Relations with the U.S. and China"
    Singapore, February 24-25, 2005
    Organized by the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies (IDSS), Singapore.
  38. Engaging the United States in an Emerging East Asia Community—10th APAP Forum
    Tokyo, February 25-26, 2005
    Organized by the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE).
  39. Symposium on East Asian Community
    Tokyo, February 28, 2005
    Organized by the Keizai Koho Center (KKC).
  40. CSCAP Workshop on Maritime Security
    Singapore, February 28, 2005
  41. U.S.-Japan Alliance and Australia—Hawaii Workshop
    Honolulu, February, 2005
    Involves the Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS), U.S.; Research Institute for Peace and Security (RIPS), Japan; Griffith University, Australia; and Melbourne University, Australia. Funding provided by the Center for Global Partnership (CGP), Japan Foundation. At this, the second workshop, participants intend to debate what is possible in terms of concrete policies for cooperation between Australia, Japan and U.S.
  42. Inter-Korean Reconciliation and Cooperation: Challenges and Prospects
    Honolulu, March 1-3, 2005
    Organized by Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS), this conference will focus on the process of inter-Korean reconciliation. Contact email: mansourova@apcss.org
    Web site: http://www.apcss.org/Conference/Conference%20
    Future%20Summary.htm#C1
  43. ASEAN Regional Forum Seminar on Regional Cooperation in Maritime Security
    Singapore, March 2-4, 2005
    Contact Naval Operations Department, Republic of Singapore Navy, fax: +65-6762-4426
  44. ASEAN Regional Forum Seminar on Enhancing Cooperation in the Field of Non-Traditional Security Issues
    Hainan Province, China, March 7-8, 2005
    Contact Asian Department, Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, fax: +86-10-6596-2964
  45. International Conference on Nuclear Security: Global Directions for the Future
    London, March 16-18, 2005
    Organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency in co-operation with the European Commission (EC), European Police Office (Europol), International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO-Interpol), Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), and World Customs Organization (WCO), and hosted by the Government of the United Kingdom.
    Web site: http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/Meetings/
    Announcements.asp?ConfID=136
  46. Prospects for Energy Cooperation in Northeast Asia
    New York, March 17
    Co-organized by the Asia Society and The Korea Society.
  47. 2nd ASEAN Leadership Forum
    Kuala Lumpur, March 17-18, 2005
    Co-organized by the ASEAN Secretariat and the Asian Strategy & Leadership Institute (ASLI), Malaysia, in partnership with the Hanns Siedel Foundation.
    Web site: http://www.asli.com.my/cgi-bin/prevdetails.cfm?
    type=conference&id=67
  48. Japan, East Asia and the Formation of North Korea Policy
    Stockholm, March 17-19, 2005
    Organized by the Swedish Institute of International Affairs to discuss various approaches to dealing with North Korea, especially in connection with its suspected nuclear development. Ms. Kazune Funato, email: japkf@hhs.se
  49. Maritime Security and International Terrorism: Strengthening the Response
    Wilton Park, U.K., March 18-20, 2005
    Organized by Wilton Park Conferences in co-operation with RAND Europe, Cambridge. Participants will discuss the threats to transport security, the policies being formulated and international cooperation. They will also assess the effectiveness of the International Maritime Organization. Contact admin@wiltonpark.org.uk
    Web site: http://www.wiltonpark.org.uk/web/welcome.asp
  50. International Ministerial Conference:"Nuclear Power for the 21st Century"
    Paris, March 21-22, 2005
    Organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, in co-operation with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, and hosted by the Government of the Republic of France
    Web site: http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/Meetings/
    Announcements.asp?ConfID=122
  51. 33rd Williamsburg Conference
    Siem Reap, March 21-24, 2005
    An event held annually in different locations in Asia, it is organized by the Asia Society and convened by three individuals from the United States and Asia: Carla Anderson Hills, Chairman of Hills & Company and former U.S. Trade Representative; Tommy Koh, Ambassador-at-Large to the Foreign Ministry of Singapore; and Minoru Murofushi, Chairman of ITOCHU Corporation, and Chairman of the Japan Foreign Trade Council. This year the event is co-sponsored by the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace (CICP) and the Asia Society. The theme this year is "21st Century Asia: Imagining the Future."
    Web site: http://www.asiasociety.org/publications/
    conferences.html#williamsburg
  52. ARF CBM Workshop on Peace Arrangements Ensuring Stability and Security in the Region, Including Civil-Military Cooperation
    Tokyo, March 22-23, 2005
  53. GLOBAL Security Asia 2005
    Singapore, March 29-31, 2005
  54. CSCAP Study Group on Developing Strategies to Reduce Human Trafficking in the Asia Pacific Region
    March, 2005
  55. Fourth ACD Ministerial Meeting
    Islamabad, April 4-6, 2005
  56. Inaugural Conference "Managing Globalisation: Lessons from China and India"
    Singapore, April 4-6, 2005
    Held in conjunction with the Official Opening of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKY SPP). The Asia Society (New York) and the Brookings Institution are co-sponsoring the Conference, while the East Asian Institute and the Institute of South Asian Studies of the National University of Singapore are collaborating in the initiative.
    Web site: http://www.spp.nus.edu.sg
  57. CSCAP Study Group on Capacity Building for Maritime Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific
    New Delhi, April 6-7, 2005
  58. ARF Inter-sessional Meeting on Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime (ISM on CT-TC)
    Bangkok, April 6-8, 2005
  59. China's Emerging Economy: Problems, Pitfalls and Implications at Home and Abroad
    New York, April 7-8, 2005
    Organized by the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University, this will be the first in a planned annual series of three symposia on contemporary China. Contact Gena Chavez, email: gc2171@columbia.edu
    Web site: http://www.columbia.edu/weai
  60. Northeast Asia Cooperation Dialogue (NEACD) 15
    Seoul, April 11-12, 2005
    Organized by Wired for Peace (W4P), which is the collaborative effort of the University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Center for Global Security Research. W4P is sponsored by the United States Institute of Peace, the United States Department of Energy, Intel Corporation, and Microsoft. The Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE) became the Asian secretariat for NEACD in 2005.
    Web site: http://www.wiredforpeace.org
  61. Annual Meeting of the Trilateral Commission
    Washington, D.C., April 15-18, 2005
    Web site: http://www.trilateral.org/recent.htm
  62. 2nd EU-Japan-Asia Journalists Conference
    Nagoya, Japan, April 17-20, 2005
    Co-organized by the Delegation of the European Commission, Japan, and Asia-Europe Foundation. Based on the theme, "The Greening of International Cooperation".
    Web site: http://www.asef.org/default.asp
  63. 4th Asia-Europe Roundtable "Conflict Prevention: Actors, Institutions and Mechanisms"
    Berlin, April 18-20, 2005
    The Asia-Europe Roundtable (AER) is a joint initiative by Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Office for Regional Co-operation in Southeast Asia (Germany-Singapore office) and the Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA). AER examines the nature of Asia and Europe along certain parameters with a view to understanding both better, and to identify and share best practices on solutions to common or contrasting problems.
    Web site: http://www.asef.org/default.asp
  64. Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2005: Asia Searching for Win-Win, New Role for Asia
    Boao, China, April 22-24, 2005
    Organized by the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA), this will be the fourth annual conference. Sponsors for this year's Conference are TNT, Merrill Lynch, Huachen Jinbei Automotive and BMW Group, and Woodside of Australia. Contact email: bfa@boaoforum.org
    Web site: http://www.boaoforum.org
  65. Asia Roundtable 2005
    Singapore, April 28-29, 2005
    Organized by the World Economic Forum.
    Web site: http://www.weforum.org/site/homepublic.nsf/
    Content/Asia+Roundtable+2005
  66. 3rd Japan-Korea Dialogue
    Tokyo, April, 2005
    Co-organized by The Global Forum of Japan, The Council on East Asian Community (CEAC) and the Presidential Committee on Northeast Asian Cooperation Initiative. This is designed to complement the other dialogue programs on the outlook for the East Asian community that have been held with ASEAN (July 2004) and China (September 2004). Dialogue with Korea has been held on two previous occasions—December 2000 and November 2002.
  67. CSCAP Study Group on Future Prospects for Multilateral Security Frameworks in North Pacific/Northeast Asia
    Tokyo, April, 2005
  68. 2005 NPT Review Conference
    New York, May 2-27, 2005
    The previous review conference, held in 2000, reached a landmark agreement on a programme of action for nuclear disarmament.
  69. U.S.-Russia Perspectives on Asia-Pacific Security
    Honolulu, May 3-5, 2005
    Organized by Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS), this conference is a follow up of roundtables at the APCSS in April 2003 and the Far Eastern National University of Vladivostok in May 2004. Contact email: azizianr@apcss.org
    Web site: http://www.apcss.org/Conference/Conference%20
    Future%20Summary.htm#C1
  70. ASEM Foreign Ministers Meeting 7 (FMM7)
    Kyoto, May 6-7, 2005
  71. 4th ASEAN People's Assembly
    Manila, May 11-13, 2005
    The theme for this year's conference will be "Civil Society Interests". Organized by ISDS Philippines and ASEAN-ISIS.
  72. ARF Senior Officials Meeting
    Vientiane, May 18-20, 2005
  73. Contention and Cooperation in Northeast Asia: Analysis of Domestic-Regional Linkages—Second Workshop
    Hiroshima, May 27-28, 2005
    Organized by the Hiroshima Peace Institute as the second workshop gathering individuals working on a research project of the same name.
  74. Global Democracy Conference (G05)—Global Democracy: Civil Society Visions and Strategies
    Montreal, May 29-June 1, 2005
    Organized by the Montreal International Forum (FIM), an international NGO think tank, and intended to explore civil society's role in building a democratic and participatory form of global governance.
    Web site: http://www.fimcivilsociety.org or http://www.G05.org
  75. 23rd CSCAP Steering Committee Meeting
    Kuala Lumpur, May 30-31, 2005
  76. CSCAP Study Group on Enhancing the Effectiveness of the Campaign against International Terrorism with Specific Reference to the Asia Pacific Region
    Kuala Lumpur, May, 2005
  77. CSCAP Study Group on Countering the Proliferation of WMD in the Asia Pacific
    May, 2005
  78. 19th Asia Pacific Roundtable 2005
    Kuala Lumpur, May 31-June 3, 2005
    Organized by ISIS Malaysia.
  79. 2005 Pacific Symposium: Democracy and Democratic Transitions in Asia: Consequences for U.S. Security Policies
    Honolulu, June 8-10, 2005
    The National Defense University, the U.S. Pacific Command and Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) will jointly coordinate this conference. Contact email: shanahand@apcss.org.
    Web site: http://www.apcss.org/Conference/Conference%20
    Future%20Summary.htm#C1
    , http://www.ndu.edu/inss/symposia/
    Pacific2005/Agenda.htm
  80. 10th Western Pacific Naval Symposium (WPNS) Workshop 2005
    Indonesia, June 13-17, 2005
  81. Second Congress of the Asian Political & International Studies Association (APISA)—"Governance Dilemmas in Asia Public Action in a Competitive and Insecure World"
    Hong Kong, June 16-18, 2005
    Organized by the APISA Secretariat, email: apisahk@cityu.edu.hk or secretariat@apisanet.org
    Web site: http://www.apisanet.org/
  82. ARF Workshop on Changes in the Security Perceptions and Military Doctrines of ARF Members
    Ulaan Bator, June 21-22, 2005
  83. ARF Seminar on Cyber Terrorism
    Cebu, Philippines, June 23-25, 2005
  84. Next Generation WMD: Anticipating The Threat—787th Wilton Park Conference
    Wilton Park, U.K., June 27—30 June, 2005
    What new weapons of mass destruction are likely to emerge as a result of changing technologies and their global dissemination? What are the implications for international security of changing biotechnology, emerging laser capabilities, advances in chemistry, the expansion of space-based scientific, commercial, and defence-related activities? What policies are needed to prevent the development and proliferation of new WMD? Contact admin@wiltonpark.org.uk
    Web site: http://www.wiltonpark.org.uk/web/welcome.asp
  85. Workshop on Regional Response to the Spread of HIV/AIDS in East Asia
    Tokyo, June 29, 2005
    Organized by the Friends of the Global Fund, Japan (FGFJ), whose secretariat is run by the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE). Workshop for paper writers from Australia, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam who are all assessing their countries responses to in particular, HIV/AIDS, but also malaria, tuberculosis and other infectious diseases.
  86. Commemorative Symposium on the Fifth Anniversary of the Okinawa Summit: East Asian Regional Response to HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
    Tokyo, June 30, 2005
    Organized by the Friends of the Global Fund, Japan (FGFJ), whose secretariat is run by the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE), the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan.
  87. The Tenth Meeting of the Expanded Senior Panel of the Limited Nuclear Weapons Free Zone for Northeast Asia (LNWFZ-NEA)
    June, 2005
    The conference on LNWFZ-NEA is a non-governmental security consultative body to discuss the limited nuclear weapons free zone in the Northeast Asian region and multilateral security cooperation.
  88. Two Dissemination Seminars on the Non-Traditional Security in Asia
    Indonesia and Thailand, early 2005.
    The objective of these seminars is to share the findings of the project on Non-Traditional Security (NTS) with the policy communities in other countries encountering NTS challenges. A selection of papers prepared for the report will be discussed. The aim is to generate in-depth and policy-relevant discussions on the nature of NTS challenges, and how securitization/ desecuritization may help policymakers deal with these challenges.
    Web site: http://www.idss-nts.org/index.htm
  89. ASEM Symposium on HIV/AIDS Control
    Vietnam, First Half, 2005
  90. 25th ASEANAPOL (ASEAN Chiefs of Police) Conference
    Indonesia, 2005
  91. APEC Symposium in Response to Outbreaks of Avian Influenza and Preparedness for a Human Health Emergency
    San Francisco, July, 2005
    Web site: http://www.apecsec.org.sg/apec/news___media/media_releases/
    270105_sin_avianflusymp.html
  92. Trafficking, Migration, Minorities and HIV/AIDS
    Bangkok, July 14, 2005
    UNESCO, UNIAP and UNDP-SEAHIV Parallel Conference.
  93. The Impact of the Global War on Terrorism and Island State Security
    July 19-21, 2005
    This conference is the fourth in an ongoing series organized by Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS). It will explore key security issues facing Oceania and opportunities for regional/international cooperation. Contact email: shibuyae@apcss.org
    Web site: http://www.apcss.org/Conference/Conference%20
    Future%20Summary.htm#C1
  94. 55th Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs
    Hiroshima, July 22-27, 2005
    Web site: http://www.pugwash.org/reports/pac/55/hiroshima2005.htm
  95. Major Conference on Reflections on Asia-Pacific 60 Years After The End of The Second World War
    Singapore, August 4, 2005
    Organized by the Institute for Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS). Contact Derek da Cunha, email: derek@iseas.edu.sg
  96. Biosecurity Threats in the Asia-Pacific Region
    Honolulu, August 8-11, 2005
    This conference will be developed by Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) in coordination with the Center of Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance. Its purpose will be to enhance regional understanding of bio-terror threats and strategies, and to prevent and respond to natural and man-made biological incidents. Emphasis will be placed upon developing approaches to capacity building and policy making to effectively deal with these threats. Contact email: petermant@apcss.org
    Web site: http://www.apcss.org/Conference/Conference%20
    Future%20Summary.htm#C1
  97. Fourth International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 4) Shanghai
    Shanghai, August 20-24, 2005
    Hosted by the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. Since 1995 the Association for Asian Studies, the European Associations for Asian Studies and the International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) had been thinking of ways of internationalizing Asian Studies and ICAS is the formalization of this transatlantic dialogue process.
    Web site: http://www.sass.org.cn/icas4/
  98. ARF Workshop on Training for Cooperative Maritime Security
    India, August/September, 2005
  99. 9th ARF Head of Defense Universities/Colleges/Institutions
    Vietnam, September, 2005
  100. Japan's Foreign and Security Policies: Alternatives, Drivers, and Implications
    September, 2005
    Organized by Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS). Contact email: limayes@apcss.org
    Web site: http://www.apcss.org/Conference/Conference%20
    Future%20Summary.htm#C1
  101. Meeting on the Straits of Malacca and Maritime Security
    Jakarta, September, 2005
    Sponsored by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
  102. 15th New Generation Seminar
    Honolulu/Bangkok/Hong Kong, September 4-18, 2005
    Dialogue program for rising, young leaders. Each year the Center invites rising young leaders from the United States and Asia Pacific to participate in a two-week educational and dialogue program. The program is developed around a thematic focus and provides participants with an opportunity to strengthen their understanding of regional developments and challenges, increase their contacts with counterparts in the region, and to become more effective and international leaders. The program opens with a one-week seminar in Honolulu followed by a one-week study tour. Contact Ann Hartman, email: Seminars@EastWestCenter.org
    Web site: http://www.eastwestcenter.org/events-ce-
    detail.asp?conf_ID=357
  103. ARF Seminar on Civil-Military Operations
    Manila, September 11-14, 2005
  104. 34th PASOLS (Pacific Area Senior Officer Logistic Seminar)
    Chiangmai, September 12-16, 2005
    Web site: http://www.pasols.org/
  105. The Global Strategic Review 2005
    Geneva, September 16-18, 2005
    Organized by The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), U.K. on the broad topic of political-military conflict.
    Web site: http://www.iiss.org
  106. Regional Transnational Security Initiatives/Homeland Security Summit
    Honolulu, September 20-23, 2005
    Organized by Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS). This conference will be developed in coordination with the U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM) and the Joint Interagency Coordination Group for Counter Terrorism (JIACG-CT). Its purpose will enhance regional understanding of PACOM's Regional Maritime Security Initiative (RMSI) and provide a forum for discussion that allows regional partners to have a voice in development and implementation of the plan. Contact email: klapakisp@apcss.org
    Web site: http://www.apcss.org/Conference/Conference%20
    Future%20Summary.htm#C1
  107. 2005 International Non Proliferation Conference
    Washington, D.C., November 7-8, 2005
    Organized by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP).
  108. ARF Seminar on Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW)
    Phnom Penh, Autumn 2005
  109. ARF Workshop on Capacity Building of Maritime Security
    Tokyo, Autumn 2005
  110. ARF Seminar on Missile Defense
    Bangkok, Autumn 2005
  111. High Level Conference on Asian Economic Integration: Vision of a New Asia
    Beijing, before December East Asian Summit, 2005
    Will be the third in a series organized by Research and Information System for the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (RIS), India. The second one was held in Tokyo in Nov 2004 in cooperation with The Council on East Asian Community (CEAC), Japan, Development Research Centre of the State Council of China, Beijing, Global Security Research Institute, Keio University, Japan, and Malaysian Institute of Economic Research, Kuala Lumpur. Sponsored by Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Japan.
  112. 24th CSCAP Steering Committee Meeting
    Jakarta December 1-2, 2005
  113. 5th CSCAP General Conference
    Jakarta, December 2-4, 2005
  114. International Symposium on the Future of Korea and US-Japan Cooperation
    2005
    Organized by the Shizuoka Research Institute, Center for Northeast Asian Studies, Japan, as part of a 2-year research project, with funding by the Center for Global Partnership (CGP), Japan Foundation.
    Web site: http://www.sri.or.jp