Myriad challenges to regional stability and security threaten East Asia’s burgeoning growth and prosperity. Mutual Security in the Asia-Pacific: Roles for Australia, Canada and South Korea addresses the economic and security challenges that loom in the region and the role that these three countries can play to ensure a stable, predictable political environment.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword: Constructive Powers and Regional Security in the Asia-Pacific - Ambassador Leonard J. Edwards and Ambassador Yim Sung-joon
Introduction: Constructive Powers in a Deconstructed Region - James Manicom and Simon Palamar
PART ONE: SECURITY CHALLENGES AND THE REGIONAL RESPONSE
An Assessment of the Security Environment in Northeast Asia: A South Korean Perspective
Kang Choi and Gibum Kim
A Constructive Contribution to Non-traditional Security Challenges: Areas for Australia-Canada-South Korea Cooperation
Conflict Prevention in the Asia-Pacific
Fen Osler Hampson and James Manicom
PART TWO: CONSTRUCTIVE POWERS AND THEIR REGIONAL AGENDA
South Korea as an Emerging Constructive Power: Issue Leadership and Limits
Will Canada Be a Constructive Power in East Asia?
Australia: A Constructive or a Confused Power?
PART THREE: CONSTRUCTIVE POWERS COOPERATION IN REGIONAL SECURITY
Rule Making for State Conduct in the Attribution of Cyber Attacks
Samantha Bradshaw, Mark Raymond and Aaron Shull
Friends, Allies and Partners: The Past, Present and Future of Canada-Korea Defence Relations (1950–2015)
Tina Jiwon Park