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The New Global Security Agenda: Prospects For Asia-Europe Co-operation

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Project Period:
27 May 2002 - 28 May 2002
Venue:
Copenhagen (Denmark)
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OVERVIEW

This two-day conference addressed the broad issues of transnational crimes, such as the trafficking of people across borders, the drug trade, and money laundering.

THE ISSUES

– Transnational crimes and conflict

– Specific transnational crimes: assessment and responses

– Transnational financial crime and corruption

– Prospects for co-operation under ASEM

KEY PRESENTERS

Amb. Omar Halim, Executive Director, Non-Aligned Movement Centre, Indonesia

Mr. Bertil Lintner, Senior Correspondent, Far Eastern Economic Review, Bangkok

Prof. Ernesto Savona, Director of the Research Centre on Transnational Crime, Italy

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

Danish Institute of International Affairs (DUPI)

The Institute for International Relations (IIR), Vietnam

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