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Reserve List

I. Governmental/Track I Meetings

  1. Indian-Pakistani Navy Senior Officials Workshop
  2. 4th Ministerial Meeting of the Forum for East Asia-Latin America Cooperation (EALAF)
  3. The ROK-Indonesia Naval Conference
  4. ASEM Senior Officials Meeting

II. Nongovernmental/Track 2 Meetings

  1. Evolving a Theoretical Perspective on Human Security
  2. Partners in Humanitarian Crises: Prevention, Management and Resolution
  3. Workshop on Inter-Linkages, Synergies and Coordination Among Multilateral Environment Agreements
  4. Indonesia-Australia Bilateral Conference
  5. The 2001 Asia Leaders' Forum
  6. Think Peace and Security Symposia
  7. APEC Study Center Consortium 2001 Conference: "APEC: Heading Towards New Century and Bright Future."
  8. Island State Security
  9. 2nd Annual Reconciliation Forum International: "New Economic Policies of DPRK , and Reconciliation Strategies between DPRK and USA."
  10. 3rd Meeting of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS)
  11. British-Japanese Security Cooperation in the New Millennium
  12. Conference on Asian Security for Reporters and Editors
  13. Korean Studies Association of Australasian 2nd Biennial Conference: Korean Studies at the Dawn of the Millennium
  14. Bilateral Meeting between ISS Mongolia and the China Institute for International Strategic Studies on Regional Security Issues
  15. 7th UNU global Seminar - Kobe Session on Building a New Asia and International Order
  16. Asia's/Korea's Challenges Ahead: Economic, International Relations and Security Issues
  17. 5th Annual Working Conference of the Free Burma Coalition

I. Governmental/Track I Meetings

  1. Indian-Pakistani Navy Senior Officials Workshop. Maylaysia, 29-31 January. Hosted by MIMA. The workshop was funded in part by DFAIT.
  2. 4th Ministerial Meeting of the Forum for East Asia-Latin America Cooperation (EALAF). Santiago, Chile, 29-30 March. This first EALAF Foreign Ministers' meeting was participated by 15 East Asian and 12 Latin American countries. A framework document was adopted which defines the objectives, modalities and guidelines for cooperative projects within the EALAF process. The forum also discussed the promotion of concrete projects for cooperation between the two regions. Website: http://www.mofat.go.kr, http://www.mofat.go.kr/main/etop.html
  3. The ROK-Indonesia Naval Conference. Taejon, ROK, 24-28 April. The third of this kind of meeting since 1996. The 8-member ROK Navy delegation was led by Rear Admiral Yun Yon, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Policy Planning and the 7-member Indonesian delegation was led by Rear Admiral Leonard Elias. The delegations discussed countermeasures against pirates, high ranking official exchanges, joint exercises, cooperation in defense and logistics industries, and the Indonesian delegation visited ROK navy fleets. Website: http://www.mnd.go.kr/mnden/emainindex.html
  4. ASEM Senior Officials Meeting. Stockholm, April 25-27. Website: http://www.csis.org/acfor/cc/0103Q0a.html

II. Nongovernmental/Track 2 Meetings

  1. Evolving a Theoretical Perspective on Human Security. New Delhi, 10-11 January. Organized by the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS), New Delhi, in collaboration with the Bangladesh Institute for International and Strategic Studies (BIISS), Dhaka. Funded by the Japan Foundation Asia Centre (New Delhi). A South Asian conference with participation from BIISS, the Institute of Regional Studies (Islamabad), and the Netaji Institute of Asian Studies (Calcutta). The objective of the conference was to define and build a theoretical framework in which to locate the alternate discourse on national security in South Asia. There were 6 sessions, with a presentation from India and Bangladesh/Pakistan in each, focused on specific problems of human security in South Asia. The security-related topics of the session were: Evolving a Theoretical Perspective on Human Security; Water, Energy Security and Sustainable Human Development; and Governance and Human Security. The conference will culminate in a forthcoming book on human security in South Asia. Contact: IPCS, fax: 91-11-6152009, e-mail: ipcs@vsnl.com , website: http://www.ipcs.org/index.htm
  2. Partners in Humanitarian Crises: Prevention, Management and Resolution. Tokyo, 25-26 January. An international conference jointly organized by the United Nations University (Tokyo) and the delegation of the European Union in Japan. Attendees discussed complex humanitarian emergencies, focusing on issues of interest to the EU, Japan and the UN. The objective was to raise awareness and to create concrete and practical recommendations based upon partnership between all actors involved. Sessions on Conflict Prevention; Conflict Management; and Conflict Resolution. Supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and Asahi Shimbun. Contact: Ramesh Thakur, United Nations University, fax: 81-3-3499-2828, e-mail: thakur@hq.unu.edu, website: http://www.unu.edu/p&g/eu/index.htm
  3. Workshop on Inter-Linkages, Synergies and Coordination Among Multilateral Environment Agreements. Kuala Lumpur, 26-27 February. Cor-organized with the Ministry of Science, Technology and the Environment (MOSTE), Malaysia, Ministry of the Environment (MOE), Japan, and the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia. Contact: Jerry Velasquez, UNU Centre, e-mail: jerry@geic.or.jp, website: http://www.unu.edu/hq/rector_office/events2001/events-2001.html
  4. Indonesia-Australia Bilateral Conference. Jakarta, 22-23 March. Organized jointly by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Jakarta, and the Indonesian Project, Australian National University (Canberra). A group of 25 Indonesian and Australian speakers discussed economic, political and security developments in bilateral relations. Contact: CSIS, fax: 021-3809641, website: http://www.csis.or.id
  5. The 2001 Asia Leaders' Forum. Bangkok, 21-22 April. Organized by the Asia-Australia Institute of the University of New South Wales (Sydney). An ideas forum for 30 to 40 political, business and other leaders from the Asian region. Its objective was to provide an opportunity for private, frank, intellectual engagement, and to generate and test new ideas on issues of fundamental importance to the region's future. The agenda was primarily economic, but included security-related components concerning regional integration. Concept paper and background paper available at the website: http://aai.unsw.edu.au/rf/alf.htm, Contact: Asia-Australia Institute, fax: 61-2-9385-9220, e-mail: aai@unsw.edu.au, website: http://www.aai.unsw.edu.au
  6. Think Peace and Security Symposia. Japan, April. The symposia was participated by security experts who engaged in forward-looking and dynamic discussions on issues to be faced by Canada and Japan in the new century. Keynote address of the Tokyo symposium was delivered by Lloyd Axworthy, Director and CEO of the Liu Centre for the Study of Global Issues, University of British Columbia. 6 Canadian academics participated in the two symposia. Website: http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/ni-ka/peace/menu-e.asp
  7. APEC Study Center Consortium 2001 Conference: "APEC: Heading Towards New Century and Bright Future." Tianjin, 17-20 May. Organized by the APEC Study Center of Nan Kai University. Topics included Managing Capacity Building; The Effect of Globalization and New Economy on the Progress of APEC; Sub-regional Economic Cooperation and the Process of TILF with APEC; Multilateral Trade System and APEC. Participated by 80 representatives and academics from Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Philippines, ROK, Russia, Singapore, Taipei, Thailand, USA, Vietnam. Representatives of the APEC Secretariat and the Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC) were also present. Contact: Gong Zhankui, Director, APEC Study Center of Nan Kai University. Website: http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/ausapec/consorti/asc2001.html
  8. Island State Security. Honolulu, 5-7 June. Organized by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS). Website: http://www.apcss.org/
  9. 2nd Annual Reconciliation Forum International: "New Economic Policies of DPRK , and Reconciliation Strategies between DPRK and USA." Washington, D.C., 7-8 June. Hosted by the Institute for Strategic Reconciliation, Inc. This was the 10th Washington North Korea Roundtable. Contact: Asaph Young Chun, Forum Committee Chair, Institute for Strategic Reconciliation. E-mail: ISR@ureach.com, fax: 301-570-0911, website: http://ww.ISR2020.org, http://www.reliefweb.int
  10. 3rd Meeting of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS). Bangkok, 8-11 June. The second meeting took place in South Africa (city TBA), and the fourth meeting will take place in Ottawa. Contact: Ramesh Thakur, United Nations University, fax: 81-3-3499-2828, e-mail: thakur@hq.unu.edu, website: http://www.unu.edu
  11. British-Japanese Security Cooperation in the New Millennium. London, 19-21 June. Organized by the Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies (RUSI), London, and the National Institute for Defence Studies (NIDS), Tokyo. Organizers anticipate approximately 100 participants from the UK, Japan and elsewhere. Sponsored by the Japan Foundation, the Daiwa Anglo Japanese Foundation, the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation and Japan Airlines. The event is part of the Japan 2001 Festival that is taking place in the UK this year to celebrate UK-Japanese relations. Contact: Damon Bristow, Head, Asia Programme, RUSI, fax: 00-44-020-7321-0943, e-mail: damon@rusi.org, website: http://www.rusi.org
  12. Conference on Asian Security for Reporters and Editors. New York, July 11. Organized by the Center for War, Peace and the News Media of New York University. Supported by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The panels focused on the future of US-Sino relations; tensions on the Korean Peninsula; rivalries in the South China Sea; nuclear dangers in South Asia.
  13. Korean Studies Association of Australasian 2nd Biennial Conference: Korean Studies at the Dawn of the Millennium. Melbourne, 24-25 September. Organized by the School of Asian Languages and Studies at Monash University. Sponsored by the Korean Research Foundation, Australia-Korean Foundation, Korean Embassy in Australia, Korean-Australian Research Center(KAREC). Contact: Dr. Young-A Cho, School of Asian Languages and Studies, Monash University, e-mail: Korean.Studies@arts.monash.edu.au, tel: 61-3-9905-2226, fax: 61-3-9905-5437, website: http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/korean/ksaa/conference/index.html
  14. Bilateral Meeting between ISS Mongolia and the China Institute for International Strategic Studies on Regional Security Issues. Beijing, September. Contact: Azjargal, abat@magicnet.mn
  15. 7th UNU global Seminar - Kobe Session on Building a New Asia and International Order. Kobe, 2-5 October. The UNU Global Seminar - Kobe Session was jointly organized by the UNU and the Kobe International Center for Cooperation and Communication. Contact: Asami Oishi, UNU Public Affairs Section, e-mail: oishi@hq.unu.edu, tel: 813-5467-1243, -1246, fax: 813-3406-7346, website: http://www.unu.edu/hq/rector_office/press2001/pre18.01.html
  16. Asia's/Korea's Challenges Ahead: Economic, International Relations and Security Issues. Washington, D.C., 11 October. Organized by the Institute for Korean-American Studies, US Senate. Contact: ICAS, e-mail: icas@icasinc.org, website: http://icasinc.org
  17. 5th Annual Working Conference of the Free Burma Coalition. Washington, D.C., 27-29, October. Contact: Jeremy Woodrum, Free Burma coalition, e-mail: jeremy@freeburmacoaltion.org, tel: 1-202-547-5985, fax: 1-202-544-6118, website: http://www.freeburmacoaltion.org