Does Chinese navy pose threat to US?
– Dialogue interview with Admiral Robert Willard, Commander, US Pacific Command by Mr Yang Rui, CCTV, 7 June 2011.
East Asia Regionalism: The View from Jakarta
Hon. Dr. Raden Mohammad Marty Muliana Natalegawa, , Minister of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia
– Luncheon Talk by the Hon. Dr. Raden Mohammad Marty Muliana Natalegawa, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia, 25th Asia-Pacific Roundtable, Kuala Lumpur, 30 May 2011. Three aspects of East Asia regionalism were raised: i) East Asia regionalism should be anchored on Asean; ii) East Asia regionalism is about Asean with the wider region; and iii) East Asia regionalism should cover the global community of nations.
Recent Trends in Armed Conflicts: New Challenges for Humanitarian Actors
-Amongst the characteristics of current armed conflicts and situations of violence are the following features: diversity of conflicts; high fragmentation; duration of armed conflicts; easier access to information; connectivity of people and globalization of issues; and heightened security challenges facing humanitarian organizations
Securing the Maritime Commons: The Role of Regional Navies
Admiral Robert F. Willard
-A common cause of the nations of the Asia Pacific is domain security, particularly maritime security. Navies in the region play a diverse and powerful supporting role