Asian Security Framework

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As with 21CQ’s work on a Middle East (West Asia) Security Framework, 21CQ is in agreement with the proposition that the Asia-Pacific theatre – perhaps this century’s most dynamic theatre – requires a region-wide security framework. The security framework should include the natural countries of East, South and Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and also Russia, the US and Canada. It should address security issues ranging from war and peace to nuclear non-proliferation, drug trafficking and energy security.

21CQ will be making its arguments and interventions in support of its goals through conferences, briefings, publications, private and public interventions, as well as Track 1, Track 1.5 and Track 2 initiatives in the Asia-Pacific region and around the world.

As with 21CQ’s work on a Middle East (West Asia) Security Framework, 21CQ is in agreement with the proposition that the Asia-Pacific theatre – perhaps this century’s most dynamic theatre – requires a region-wide security framework. The security framework should include the natural countries of East, South and Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and also Russia, the US and Canada. It should address security issues ranging from war and peace to nuclear non-proliferation, drug trafficking and energy security.

21CQ will be making its arguments and interventions in support of its goals through conferences, briefings, publications, private and public interventions, as well as Track 1, Track 1.5 and Track 2 initiatives in the Asia-Pacific region and around the world.

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