go to top

Shangri-La Dialogue Highlights Challenges for Asian Regional Security

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Asia-Pacific nations must renew their efforts to form a coherent and collaborative response to the region's complex security risks and its inherent potential for instability, senior delegates at a high-level regional forum say.

Food and energy security, ethnic conflicts, insurgencies and rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula were key issues discussed at the 9th International Institute for Strategic Studies Shangri-La Dialogue held in Singapore last weekend. Some 320 delegates from 28 nations -- including defense ministers, military and intelligence chiefs, and prominent figures from the private sector -- attended the summit. ...

Want to Read the Rest?
Login or Subscribe Today.
Get unlimited access to must-read news, analysis and opinion from top experts. Subscribe to World Politics Review and you'll receive instant access to 9,000+ articles in the World Politics Review Library, along with new comprehensive analysis every weekday . . . written by leading topic experts.

YES, I want to subscribe now.