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Notes on Scope and Process

The Dialogue and Research Monitor is an inventory of dialogue activities and publications that are related to security or nontraditional security—including what has increasingly been regarded as "human security"— and to community building in Asia Pacific, particularly in East Asia. The project covers the years from 1995 to 2008. The regional demarcation of Asia Pacific follows the current commonly understood definition of the area, which includes East and Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and North America. Generally speaking, the dialogue and research activities covered are sponsored by institutions in Asia Pacific, have an agenda focusing on issues related to this region, and include participants mainly from this region. Activities that include participants from a single country or that are bilateral are not usually included. The search for entries was conducted both through the network of partners in intellectual dialogues and information exchange that JCIE has developed over the years and through the websites, newsletters, and publications of various sponsoring organizations and prominent institutional actors in the Asia Pacific region.


Contributors
Makito Noda (1998-2003)
Lucy van der Wall (2003-2006)
Kim Gould Ashizawa (2006-2010)
Sachiko Aoki (2006-2010)
Brian Cathcart (2008)
David Monico (2009-2010)
Lilian Haney (2009-2010)
Shannon Helgeson (2009-2010)
Anthony Walden (2009)
Maya Wedemeyer (2010)

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