2nd Annual CNA-RSIS Workshop on East Asian Maritime Issues

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3 March, 2013 - 5 March, 2013

Honolulu, Hawaii

Southeast Asian Maritime Security: Connected Waters, Distinct Challenges

This workshop focused on prospects for cooperation to improve maritime security in Southeast Asian waters as America¬†“rebalances” to Asia. Maritime security cooperation among most of the region’s maritime states, and particularly with the United States, has continued to grow over the past decade – with stepped up strategic dialogues, port visits, exercises, training, and assistance.

Workshop Agenda:

Session 1: The Strategic Environment: Connected Waters, Distinct Challenges

Session 2: The Setting: Cooperative and competitive trends in regional maritime security

Session 3: A US ‘Pivot’ or “rebalancing” to Asia? Implications for maritime security in Southeast Asian Waters

Session 4: Views on Maritime Security Issues in Southeast Asia from Around Asia Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Session 5: Prospects for Rivalry in the Bay of Bengal Session 6: Prospects for the Future