Russia’s interests in the Context of Asia-Pacific Region Security and Development
In this capture, the authors try to forecast changings which will be able to occur during the next 20 years in Pacific Asia
This collection of papers consists of scintists' reports represented on the 2nd International Conference on Security and Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) uniting ten states of the sub-region is a major participant in economic regionalism processes in East Asia, which is tirelessly mounting trade, investment, technological and other relations with foreign partners as a token of sustainable and conflict-free development of the region as a whole.
The 11th International Seapower Symposium in Seoul was organised on Sep. 6th. The theme of the symposium was “Changing Maritime Security Environments and the Role of Navy: Challenges and Opportunities”. There were about six hundred senior officers and scholars from China, the United States, Japan, Russia, England, Australia and the ROK, which discussed principal problems and tendencies of modern maritime security.
This chapter is devoted to ASEAN’s Leading Role in East Asian Multilateral Dialogue on Security Matters of Asia-Pacific region.
The report, written by a group of the leading experts is aimed at evaluating Russia’s goals and opportunities in the dynamic Asian Pacific region. The authors of the report stress the importance of Russia's turn towards Asia, examine current political and economic situation in Siberia and the Russian Far East and test the chances of Russia’s economy “to catch the Chinese wind in its sails.”