What Can Regional Countries Do To Uphold the Rule of Law in the Maritime Domain?

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    What Can Regional Countries Do To Uphold the Rule of Law in the Maritime Domain? 

    Major powers will always have the means to assert a semblance of the kind of order they wish to see prevail in the seas. But what can other regional countries do in this regard, independently of the major powers? Specifically, what kinds of actions can they take to uphold stability and the rule of law amid intense contestations in the South China Sea and the East China Sea? What can Southeast Asian countries learn from how tensions are managed in the East China Sea? What are the implications of the South China Sea Award for Third Parties? What role does Japan see itself playing in maritime Asia? This forum is being held in collaboration with the Japanese Embassy in Kuala Lumpur. 

     

    Moderators:

    Shahriman Lockman
    Director (CE’s Office)
    Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia

     

    Thomas Daniel
    Fellow
    Foreign Policy and Security Studies
    Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia

     

    Speaker:

    Professor ISHII Yurika
    Associate Professor
    National Defence Academy of Japan

     

    Date 29 March 2021
    Time 10:00am (UTC+8)
    Venue ISIS.Forum (Via Zoom Webinar)

     

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