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CEASG present at Ulaanbaatar Dialogue on Northeast Asian Security

16 June 2014
The Ulaanbaatar Dialogue on Northeast Asian Security was launched by the President of Mongolia and hosted by the Institute for Strategic Studies of Mongolia at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia. Participants addressed security issues, themed in four panels:

1. SECURITY SITUATION IN NEA: TRENDS, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES /GENERAL REVIEW OF THE SECURITY SITUATION IN NEA/
2. INITIATIVES AIMED AT ADDRESSING SECURITY ISSUES IN NEA. REASONS OF ABSENCE OF A SECURITY MECHANISM IN THE REGION.
3. ROLE OF ECONOMIC, ENVIRONMENTAL AND OTHER  FACTORS IN PROMOTING GREATER REGIONAL COOPERATION AND CONFIDENCE.
4. LOOKING FORWARD: WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE TO PROMOTE CONFIDENCE AND CLOSER  REGIONAL COOPERATION IN NEA.
Participants included speakers from Northeast Asian states, including academics and policy makers fromNorth Korea, and Europe and the US.

The dialogue was attended by CEASG Director International Tjalling Halbertsma, who prepared a contribution on China's recent Silk Road Economic Belt programme. Participants also met with the President of Mongolia.

Host:
The Institute for Strategic Studies of Mongolia, an independent scientific research institution, is to study the general tendencies of world development and of Asia-Pacific interstate relations and cooperation, political, military-political and security developments, prospects of and challenges the policy of promoting and ensuring Mongolia’s national security, promote greater scientific methods in security studies, implement projects, organize theoretical and practical conferences and educational seminars, as well as provide recommendations on these issues.
The Institute for Strategic Studies is required to provide the National Security Council and other State organs and officials with relevant vital information and analysis, as well as the results and conclusions of its scientific and research works pertaining to national security.
Last modified:14 June 2016 2.49 p.m.

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