Nuclear Free Northeast Asia

Nuclear Free Northeast Asia

On November 10-11, 2011, the Mansfield Foundation, in collaboration with the Nautilus Institute and the Asia Pacific Leadership Network for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament, convened a workshop focused on furthering the dialogue on an Asian Nuclear Weapons Free Zone.

Workshop participants discussed the viability of replacing the current nuclear deterrence paradigm in Northeast Asia with a conventional deterrence model.  The discussion covered:

  • The current state of nuclear extended deterrence in East Asia
  • Pathways and pitfalls to extended deterrence
  • Specific proposals for nuclear weapons free zones
  • East Asian security beyond nuclear deterrence
  • Geostrategic adjustments for a non-nuclear security framework

Participants included military analysts and officers, researchers and academics, former politicians, and current government officials from countries including Japan, the United States, Australia, China and Korea.  A summary report from the workshop can be found on the Nautilus Institute website.

 

 

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