The Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP) is the region’s leading Track Two (non-official) organisation for promoting cooperation and dialogue on regional security issues. CSCAP was established in 1993 and now has 20 national Member Committees and one Observer.
The CSCAP Regional Security Outlook (CRSO) brings expert analysis to bear on critical security issues facing the region and point to policy-relevant alternatives for Track One (official) and Track Two (non-official) to advance multilateral regional security cooperation. The views in the CRSO 2015 do not represent those of any Member committee or other institution and are the responsibility of the individual authors and the Editor. Charts and images in the CRSO 2015 do not necessarily reflect the views of the chapter authors.
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