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Special Report: Minority Conflicts – Towards an ASEM Framework for Conflict Management

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Published:
2009
Publisher:
ASEF, Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung Office for Regional Cooperation in Asia, Singapore Institute for International Affairs
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6th Asia-Europe Roundtable

Building on the findings from the 9-year series, the recently concluded 6th Asia-Europe Roundtable (AER) examined different types of minority conflicts with a particular focus on “frozen” conflicts in which cessation of open hostility offers a chance for the regional and international community to explore possible solution frameworks for transforming the conflict into sustainable peace.

Following an engaging and participatory meeting, the 6th AER produced a set of policy recommendations on minority conflict management to political decision makers in Asia and Europe and identified issues and case studies that could be effectively addressed within the ASEM framework and through co-operation among key stakeholders in Asia and Europe. This special report presents an overview of the concepts, case studies, and lessons learnt from that meeting.

This publication is available for download below. For more information, please contact Ms Natalia Figge at natalia@asef.org

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