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2016/10/28

Crisis Management at Sea: Urgent Proposals from the field by IIPS Study Group to follow up on The Yasuhiro Nakasone Proposal on Maritime Security in East Asia

Crisis Management at Sea

Urgent Proposals from the field by IIPS Study Group

to follow up on

The Yasuhiro Nakasone Proposal on Maritime Security in East Asia

28 October 2016

Earlier this year, IIPS formed a Study Group consisting of former top-level officers and officials of the Japanese Self-Defense Forces, Ministry of Defense and Coast Guard, as well as a senior academic in order to consider ways to translate the "Yasuhiro Nakasone Proposal on Maritime Security in East Asia", announced in December 2015, into action.

Having started its deliberations in March, the Study Group completed the Report below. The two main areas of recommendation are:

  1. methods of and considerations on crisis management at sea; and

  2. capacity-building for crisis management and other areas of maritime security

The Report was announced on 28 October 2016 at a symposium in Tokyo (see separate entry). Building on the results, furthers discussions are planned with international dialogue partners in coming months.

Full Report (PDF)

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