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  • Title: CSCAP - Home
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About us.. About us.. >About us.. The Kuala Lumpur Statement.. CSCAP Charter.. CSCAP Revised Charter.. Structure.. Latest news.. Member committees.. Member committees.. >Member committees.. Related links.. Events calendar.. Publications.. Publications.. >Publications.. CSCAP Regional Security Outlook.. Memoranda.. General conference reports.. Related research: papers, chapters and monographs.. Books.. Study groups.. Study groups.. >Study groups.. Preventive Diplomacy.. Regional Security Architecture.. Principle for good order at sea.. Countering the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in the Asia Pacific.. Export Controls Experts Group (XCXG).. Nuclear Energy Experts Group (NEEG).. Biosecurity Experts Group (BIOXG).. Concluded working and study groups.. Contact us.. CSCAP is a non-governmental (second track) process for dialogue on security issues in the Asia Pacific.. Next Calendar Event.. 10.. Dec.. 42nd CSCAP Steering Committee Meeting.. 10 December 2014, New Delhi, India.. See more events.. Related Research.. Papers, chapters, articles and presentations by CSCAP Members.. New items have been added.. Â.. Read more.. Welcome to CSCAP.. The Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP) provides an informal mechanism for scholars, officials and others in their private capacities to discuss political and security issues and challenges facing the region.. It also provides policy recommendations to various inter-governmental bodies, convenes regional and international meetings and establishes linkages with institutions  ...   Anthony Milner.. CSCAP Memorandum No.. 26 - Towards Effective Regional Security Architecture for the Asia Pacific.. This memorandum was produced by the CSCAP Study Group on Regional Security Architecture a.. nd was approved by the 41.. st.. CSCAP Steering.. Committee Meeting in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 5 June 2014.. 25 - Maritime CBMs, Trust and Managing Incidents at Sea.. This memorandum was produced by the CSCAP Study Group on Principles for Good Order at Sea and was approved by the 41.. 24 - Safety and Security of Vital Undersea Communications Infrastructure.. This memorandum was produced by the CSCAP Experts Group on Vital Undersea Communications Infrastructure, a sub-group of the CSCAP Study Group on Principles for Good Order at Sea and was approved by the out of session CSCAP Steering Committee Meeting via electronic consultation on 21 May 2014.. 23 - Enhancing Water Security in the Asia Pacific.. This memorandum was produced by the CSCAP Study Group on Water Resources Security and was approved by the out of session CSCAP Steering Committee Meeting via electronic consultation on 17 December 2013.. See all News.. Copyright ©CSCAP, 1999-2008.. This website has been prepared by the Centre for Strategic Studies:New Zealand at Victoria University of Wellington on behalf of CSCAP.. Disclaimer..

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  • Title: CSCAP - The Kuala Lumpur Statement
    Descriptive info: You are here:.. THE KUALA LUMPUR STATEMENT 8 JUNE 1993 ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COUNCIL FOR SECURITY COOPERATION IN THE ASIA PACIFIC (CSCAP).. The ending of the Cold War and the fundamental transformation ensuing from the elimination of superpower rivalry have provoked a far-reaching re-evaluation of security arrangements in the Asia Pacific region.. Four institutions in the region, namely the ASEAN Institutes of Strategic and International Studies (ASEAN ISIS), the Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA), Pacific Forum/CSIS (Honolulu), and the Seoul Forum for International Affairs, together with representatives of other research institutes from the region, have undertaken an in-depth examination of the security issues and challenges facing Asia Pacific today and in the future.. test.. A series of conferences on Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (SCAP) have been held: first in Honolulu (October 29-30, 1991), second in Bali (April 17-19, 1992), and third in Seoul (November 1-3, 1992).. Participants from seventeen countries, including scholars as well as officials acting in their private capacities, have taken part in these meetings.. The discussions at these meetings have clearly shown the need for more structured processes for regional confidence building and security cooperation.. The meetings welcomed the initiatives at the official level to develop a formal or informal inter-governmental regional forum for dialogue on political-security issues.. In particular, the meetings noted the concrete steps that have been taken by the ASEAN Post Ministerial Conference (PMC) at which the six ASEAN foreign ministers (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand) meet annually with foreign ministers of other Asia Pacific countries (Australia, Canada, Japan, the Republic  ...   the region, we also feel that we have the responsibility to contribute to the efforts towards regional confidence building and enhancing regional security through dialogues, consultations and cooperation.. It is with this objective in mind that we are establishing a Council for Security Cooperation in Asia Pacific (CSCAP).. It will be open to all countries and territories in the region.. The Council's activities will be guided by a Steering Committee consisting of representatives of non-governmental institutions in the region who are committed to the ideals of regional security cooperation.. Steering Committee members will seek to establish broadbased committees in each of their respective countries or territories.. These committees should include government officials in their private capacities.. We also propose that CSCAP establish Working Groups that will be given the tasks of undertaking policy-oriented studies on specific regional political-security problems.. Initially the CSCAP Steering Committee will be co-chaired by Amos Jordan (Pacific Forum/CSIS) and Jusuf Wanandi (CSIS Jakarta).. The Steering Committee will be served by a Secretariat.. ISIS Malaysia has accepted this responsibility for the first two years.. The founding members of CSCAP are:.. Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University, Australia.. University of Toronto-York University Joint Center for Asia Pacific Studies, Canada.. Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Indonesia.. Japan Institute of International Affairs, Japan.. The Seoul Forum for International Affairs, Republic of Korea.. Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Malaysia.. Institute for Strategic and Development Studies, Philippine.. Singapore Institute of International Affairs, Singapore.. Institute for Security and International Studies, Thailand.. Pacific Forum/CSIS, United States of America.. Kuala Lumpur, 8 June 1993..

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  • Title: CSCAP - CSCAP Charter
    Descriptive info: (Editor's Note: The CSCAP Charter has been amended since this was published.. In August 1995 all Member Committees approved amendments to Article IV and the introduction of a new Article).. Revised Charter.. Article I: The Name of the Organisation.. The name of the organisation shall be the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, henceforth to be referred to as CSCAP.. Article II: The Purpose and Functions of CSCAP.. 1.. CSCAP is organised for the purpose of providing a structured process for regional confidence building and security cooperation among countries and territories in the Asia Pacific region.. 2.. The functions of CSCAP are as follows:.. (a) to provide an informal mechanism by which political and security issues can be discussed by scholars, officials, and others in their private capacities;.. (b) to encourage the participants of such individuals from countries and territories in the Asia Pacific on the basis of the principle of inclusiveness;.. (c) to organise various working groups to address security issues and challenges facing the region;.. (d) to provide policy recommendations to various intergovernmental bodies on political-security issues;.. (e) to convene regional and international meetings and other cooperative activities for the purpose of discussing political-security issues;.. (f) to establish linkages with institutions and organisations in other parts of the world to exchange information, insights and experiences in the area of regional political-security cooperation; and.. (g) to produce and disseminate publications relevant to the other purposes of the organisation.. Article III: Membership.. Membership in CSCAP is on an institutional basis and consists of Member Committees.. Admission of new members into CSCAP shall require the unanimous agreement of the Steering Committee.. When evaluating an application for membership, consideration shall be given to whether or not the applicant:.. (a) endorses the Kuala Lumpur Statement on the Establishment of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP) of June 8, 1993;.. (b) has cooperated with other CSCAP members on various projects related to regionalsecurity; and.. (c) has established a broad-based Member Committee, with the capacity to participate actively in CSCAP.. 3.. (a) Applicants not fully meeting all the requirements for full membership may be.. accepted as Candidate Members pending fulfilment of the requirements.. (b) Candidate members are eligible to participate in all CSCAP activities except for membership of the Steering Committee.. Article IV: Associate Membership.. Associate membership may be granted to institutions in a country or territory not represented in the Steering Committee and which have demonstrated interest and involvement in the stated objectives and activities of CSCAP.. (a) Associate members may participate in CSCAP Working Group activities.. (b) Associate members may participate in the CSCAP General Meeting as observers.. Article V: Member Committees.. A Member Committee shall be formed for each country or territory represented in CSCAP.. The Member Committee shall be broad-based, composed of non-governmental and government affiliated institutions in political-security studies and/or individuals (including officials) in their private capacities.. Article VI: The Steering Committee.. The Steering Committee shall be the highest decision-making body of CSCAP.. The Steering Committee shall be comprised of one formally designated representative from each Member Committee.. (a) The Steering Committee normally shall be co-chaired by a member from an ASEAN.. Member Committee and a member from a non-ASEAN Member Committee.. (b) The term of the Co-Chairs shall be two years..  ...   Committee.. Each Member Committee shall bear the international travel and accommodation expenses of its participants while the host Member Committee shall bear all other local expenses.. Article X: Non-Member Participants in Working Groups.. Organisations or individuals from member countries or territories with an interest in CSCAP activities may be invited through the Member Committees to participate in CSCAP Working Group activities.. Organisations or individuals from non-member countries or territories and international bodies may be invited to participate in working group activities by the Chair of the Working Group with the consent of the Co-Chairs of the Steering Committee.. Article XI: Observers and Guests at General Meetings.. Associate Members shall be invited to participate at the General Meeting as observers.. (a) Individuals and organisations from non-member countries or territories may be invited to attend General Meetings as guests.. (b) Invitations to such individuals and organisations will be issued by the Co-Chairs of the Steering Committee and the Chair person of the host Member Committee.. Individuals and organisations attending CSCAP General Meetings as guests may speak at the meetings only upon invitation by the Steering Committee Co-Chairs.. Article XII: Funding.. A CSCAP Fund shall be established with annual contributions from the Member Committees, Candidate members and Associate Members.. Contributions shall be determined by a formula which will be agreed upon by the Steering Committee.. CSCAP shall seek other sources of funding.. A Sub-committee on Finance shall be established to propose and review the formula for annual contributions.. The Sub-committee shall also manage the Fund.. The Steering Committee shall suspend a Member Committee from all CSCAP activities including membership in the Steering Committee if the Member Committee defaults on its annual contribution for two consecutive years.. Article XIII: The Amendment Process.. Except for Article III (1) requiring unanimity of the Steering Committee, the CSCAP Charter may be amended by eighty per cent (80%) of the quorum of the Steering Committee provided that an intention to propose such amendment or amendments has been circulated by the Secretariat to all members of the Steering Committee sixty (60) days in advance of consideration.. Article XIV: Transitional Provisions.. The founding Institutions of CSCAP are:.. (a) Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Indonesia.. (b) Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Thailand.. (c) Institute for Strategic and Development Studies, the Philippines.. (d) Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Malaysia.. (e) Japan Institute of International Affairs, Japan.. (f) Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies, Canada.. (g) Pacific Forum/CSIS, United States of America.. (h) Seoul Forum for International Affairs, South Korea.. (i) Singapore Institute of International Affairs.. (j) Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australia.. (a) In the formative phase, the designated representatives of the founding institutions.. shall form the pro tem Steering Committee of CSCAP.. (b) The CSCAP Steering Committee, composed of the designated representatives from each of the ten (10) Founding Member Committees, shall be established in June 1994.. (c) The Steering Committee shall be co-chaired initially by Amos A.. Jordan (Pacific Forum/CSIS, United States) and Jusuf Wanandi (CSIS, Indonesia) for terms of two and three years, respectively.. ISIS Malaysia will provide the Secretariat of CSCAP for the first two years.. The Asia Pacific region consists of the countries and territories of Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia, South Pacific, Oceania, and North America.. Adopted in Lombok, Indonesia, 16 December 1993..

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  • Title: CSCAP - CSCAP Revised Charter
    Descriptive info: Editor's Note: As amended in August 1995.. (a) to provide an informal mechanism by which political and security issues can be discussed by scholars, officials, and others in their private capacities;.. (b) to encourage the participants of such individuals from countries and territories in the Asia Pacific on the basis of the principle of inclusiveness;.. Associate membership may be granted to an institute or consortium of institutes in a country or territory.. (a) Associate members shall have the right to participate in all Working Group meetings.. (b) Associate members shall have the right to participate in all CSCAP GeneralMeetings.. (c) As a general rule, associate members may be invited to observe in CSCAP Steering Committee Meetings.. (d) The Steering Committee reserves the right to close sessions (either in advance or during the course of a meeting) to associate members, who will be asked to excuse themselves from said sessions.. (Sessions dealing with membership issues, will, as a general rule, be closed).. Unless otherwise decided by the Steering Committee, Associate Members  ...   to institutions or organisations whose unique position, mission, or focus make involvement with CSCAP desirable and appropriate.. (a) Observers and affiliates may participate in all CSCAP general meetings and all.. Working Group activities at the invitation of the respective Co-Chairs.. (b) Observers and affiliates may be invited to attend all CSCAP Steering Committee meetings at the invitation of the Steering Committee.. (c) The Steering Committee reserves the right to close sessions (either in advance or during the course of a meeting) to observers or affiliates, who will be asked to excuse themselves from said sessions.. (Sessions dealing with membership issues will, as a general rule, be closed).. Granting of observer and affiliate status is an organisational, not a membership, issue.. Observers and affiliates will not be charged membership dues.. (b)The CSCAP Steering Committee, composed of the designated representatives from each of the ten (10) Founding Member Committees, shall be established in June 1994.. Amendments to Article IV and the introduction of new Article XI were made on 7 August 1995..

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  • Title: CSCAP - Structure
    Descriptive info: CSCAP STEERING COMMITTEE.. Two Co-Chairs.. (one from an ASEAN member country and the other from a Non-ASEAN member country).. Secretariat.. Sub Committees.. Finance; Planning; and Study Group Co-Chairs.. Member Committees.. Australia; Brunei; Cambodia; Canada; China; Europe; India; Indonesia; Japan;.. DPR Korea; Korea; Malaysia; Mongolia; New Zealand;.. Papua New Guinea; Philippines; Russia; Singapore; Thailand;.. United States of America; Vietnam.. Associate Member.. Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat.. Study Groups.. Principle for Good Order at Sea.. Countering the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Asia-Pacific..

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  • Title: CSCAP - Latest news
    Descriptive info: Enhancing ties between CSCAP and the ARF.. Statement by the Representative of ARF SOM Chair on as delivered to the 41st Steering Committee Meeting.. CRSO 2014.. The CSCAP Regional Security Outlook 2014 is now available..

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  • Title: CSCAP - Member committees
    Descriptive info: CSCAP membership includes almost all the major countries in the Asia Pacific.. It has 21 full members of the Council (Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Europe, India, Indonesia, Japan, DPR Korea, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Thailand, United States of America and Vietnam) and one associate member (Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat).. The individual memberships of CSCAP's member committees have also grown substantially.. To change or update your contact details, please.. email.. the content manager.. Aus CSCAP.. Strategic Defence Studies Centre.. Australia National Unversity.. Coombs Building #9, Fellows Road.. Canberra, ACT 0200.. Australia.. Tel: 61 2 6125 9979.. Fax: 61 2 6125 9926.. Email:.. auscscap@anu.. edu.. au.. CSCAP Brunei.. Brunei Darussalam Institute of Policy Strategic Studies.. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.. Jalan Subok.. Bandar Seri Begawan, BD 2710.. Brunei Darussalam.. Tel: 673 226 1177.. Fax: 673 226 1100.. bdipss@mfa.. gov.. bn.. CSCAP Cambodia.. Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace (CICP).. Phum Paung Peay.. Sangkat Phnom Penh Thmey.. Khan Sen Sok.. P.. O.. Box 1007.. Phnom Penh 12202.. Kingdom of Cambodia.. Mobile Phone: 855-12-212454.. Fax: 855-16-982-559.. cicp.. cambodia@gmail.. com.. CSCAP Canada.. Institute of International Relations.. Liu Centre for the Study of Global Issues.. University of British Columbia.. 6476 NW Marine Drive.. Vancouver.. British Columbia.. Canada V6T 1Z2.. Tel: 1 604 822 0692.. Fax: 1 604 822 6966.. plizee@brocku.. ca.. ;.. david@davidwelch.. CSCAP China.. China Institute of International Studies.. 3 Toutiao, Taijichang.. Beijing 100005.. People's Republic of China.. Tel: 86 10 8511 9550.. Fax: 86 10 6512 3744.. ccis@mx.. cei.. cn.. CSCAP EU.. EU Institute for Security Studies.. 100 Avenue de Suffren.. F-75015 Paris.. France.. Tel: 33 1 5689 1930.. cscapeu@iss.. europa..  ...   CSCAP Malaysia.. Institute of Strategic International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia.. 1 Persiaran Sultan Salahuddin.. PO Box 12424.. 50778 Kuala Lumpur.. Malaysia.. Tel: 60 3 2693 9366.. Fax: 60 3 2693 9375.. cscap@isis.. org.. my.. CSCAP Mongolia.. Institute for Strategic Studies.. Central PO Box 87011.. Ulaan Baatar.. Mongolia.. Tel: 976 11 328 188.. Fax: 976 11 324 055.. cscapmn@issmon.. mn.. or.. mashbat@issmon.. CSCAP New Zealand.. Centre for Strategic Studies: New Zealand.. Victoria University.. PO Box 600.. Wellington 6140.. New Zealand.. Tel: 64 4 463 5434.. Fax: 64 4 463 5437.. css@vuw.. ac.. nz.. CSCAP Philippines.. Institute for Strategic and Development Studies (ISDS).. 40-E Maalalahanin Street.. Teachers Village East.. Diliman, Quezon City.. The Philippines.. Tel: 63 2 929 0889.. Fax: 63 2 433 5039.. isdsphilippines@gmail.. CSCAP Russia.. Second Asian Department.. Smolenskaya-Sennaya Square 32/32.. Moscow 121200.. Russia.. Tel: 7 095 244 2820.. Fax: 7 095 230 2183.. cscap.. mc@yandex.. ru.. CSCAP Singapore.. S.. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS).. Nanyang Technological University.. Block S4, Level B4.. Nanyang Avenue.. Singapore 639798.. Tel: 65 6790 6975.. Fax: 65 6794 0617.. cscapsin@ntu.. sg.. CSCAP Thailand.. Institute of Security and International Studies (ISIS) Thailand.. 5th Floor, Phajadhipok-Rambhaibarni Building.. Faculty of Political Science.. Chulalongkorn University.. Bangkok 10330.. Thailand.. Tel: 66 2218 7432.. Fax: 66 2254 0119.. cscap_thai@yahoo.. US CSCAP.. Pacific Forum CSIS.. 1003 Bishop Street.. Pauahi Tower, Suite 1150.. Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.. United States of America.. Tel: 1 808 521 6745.. Fax: 1 808 599 8690.. pacificforum@pacforum.. CSCAP Vietnam.. Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam.. 69 Chua Lang Street.. Dong Da District.. Hanoi.. Vietnam.. Tel: 84 4 834 4637.. Fax: 84 4 834 3543.. dav@mofa.. vn.. Private Mail Bag.. Suva.. Fiji.. Tel: 67-9-331-2600.. Fax: 67-9-330-5573.. info@forumsec.. fj..

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  • Title: CSCAP - Related links
    Descriptive info: Think-tank organisations.. Cambodia Institute for Cooperation and Peace.. Canadian Consortium on Asia Pacific Security.. China Centre for International Studies.. French Institute of International Relations (Ifri).. Graduate School of International Studies, Korea.. Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, India.. Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Singapore.. Institute of Disarmament and Peace, DPR Korea.. Institute for International Relations, Vietnam.. Institute of Policy  ...   for Strategic and Development Studies, Philippines.. Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia.. Institute for Strategic Studies, Mongolia.. Liu Institute for Global Issues, Canada.. Pacific Forum CSIS, Hawaii.. Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, Fiji.. Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australia.. Regional cooperation organisations.. ASEAN Regional Forum.. Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation.. Association of Sout East Asian Nations.. Pacific Economic Cooperation Council..

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  • Title: CSCAP - Events calendar
    Descriptive info: Sep 2014.. Mon.. Tue.. Wed.. Thu.. Fri.. Sat.. Sun.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30..

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  • Title: CSCAP - Publications
    Descriptive info: The ideas and suggestions expressed by individuals from CSCAP member committees throughout the region at study group meetings are often published and circulated to regional decision and policy makers; particularly in the ARF, to provide a stimulus for further consideration and possible implementation.. Sometimes these opinions and views are synthesized into CSCAP Memoranda which are also given wide regional distribution.. The views expressed and conclusions drawn in these publications are solely those of the writers.. They do not necessarily represent the views of their own government's policies or any other organisation with which the writer may be affiliated.. The CSCAP regional security outlook.. The CSCAP regional security outlook  ...   by the steering committee and submitted for consideration at Track One levels.. These publications contains revised versions of selected papers presented at the CSCAP working/study group meetings.. The biannual CSCAP General Conference is designed to be an international forum where high ranking officials and security experts from the Asia Pacific region meet every two years to discuss security issues of relevance and to seek new ideas in response to evolving developments in the Asia Pacific security.. The forum is usually attended by approximately 250 participants that makes it one of the largest gatherings of its kind.. A list of various papers presented at study group meetings and workshops..

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  • Title: CSCAP - CSCAP Regional Security Outlook
    Descriptive info: CSCAP CRSO 2014.. Published: 2013.. Editor: Ron Huisken.. EditoriaL Assistant: Olivia Cable.. DOWNLOAD THE CRSO 2014.. CSCAP CRSO 2013.. Published: 2012.. Co-Editors: Olivia Cable and Christine M.. Leah.. DOWNLOAD THE CRSO 2013.. CSCAP CRSO 2012.. Editor: Brian L.. Job.. Associate Editor: Erin Elizabeth Williams.. DOWNLOAD THE CRSO 2012.. CSCAP CRSO 2011.. Published: 2011.. DOWNLOAD THE CRSO 2011.. CSCAP CRSO 2009-2010.. Published: 2009.. DOWNLOAD THE CRSO 2009-10.. CSCAP CRSO 2008.. Published: 2008.. DOWNLOAD THE CRSO 2008.. CSCAP CRSO 2007.. Published: 2007.. DOWNLOAD THE CRSO 2007..

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