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CONCEPT PAPER

International Workshop on

“The South China Sea: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development”

Co-Organizers: The Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam and Vietnamese Lawyers Association.

Time and Venue: Hanoi, Vietnam, 26-27 November, 2009.

I . THE BACKGROUND

Developments in and related to the South China Sea have by and large been consistent to the overall contemporary trend toward greater cooperation in Asia-Pacific.

Efforts have been made by regional countries to stabilize the situation and seek the opportunities for cooperation in the South China Sea area. These efforts have resulted in,among others, the ASEAN Declaration on the South China Sea in 1992, the adoption in 2004 of the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC) according towhich all signing parties pledged to seek peaceful solutions to disputes and conduct maritime cooperation in order to maintain regional stability in the South China Sea under the principles of the Charter of the United Nations, the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in Southeast Asia, the Five Principles of PeacefulCoexistence, and other universally recognized principles of international law.

Yet, the South China Sea still remains as one of the areas that could cause regionalinstability. Conflicting territorial claims by parties of the dispute exist. Moreover, they seemto have been compounded by claimants’ development and security needs. Last but not least,the South China Sea’s significance seems to have been wider recognized by many other countries that have stakes in international navigation, maritime safety, natural resource exploitation, environmental protection, and legal effectiveness of the UNCLOS in the area.

Boosting greater cooperation in the South China Sea-related issues and suggesting possible solutions to the dispute – acceptable for all – therefore are desired.

Such an endeavor has been pursued by various scholarly efforts including the South China Sea workshops series sponsored by Canadian International Development Agency and research projects such as the conference on “South China Sea: Towards A Cooperative Management Regime” held by S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore in 2007 etc.

The international workshop – themed “South China Sea: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development” – jointly initiated and sponsored by the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam and Vietnamese Lawyers Association offers an additional important opportunity, toward this end, for scholars within the Asia – Pacific region as well as from other parts of the world.

II. THE OBJECTIVES

The workshop’s participants are expected to (i) discuss, share and gain new insights from their researches and expertise, (ii) to foster camaraderie among academics working on the South China Sea-related topics, and (iii) to contribute – from scholarly point of view – to possible solutions to the dispute over the South China Sea.

III. THE PROPOSED TOPICS

The themes of discussion include, but not restrict to the followings:

1. Regional and global significance of the South China Sea in the overall context of the international environment.

2. Recent developments in the South China Sea and their implications to peace, stability and cooperation in the region.

3. Ways and means to maintain peace, stability and promote cooperation in the South China Sea.

IV. ORGANIZING MATERS

Workshop participants: Around 40 international scholars from ASEAN countries and China, as well as those from Australia, Canada, France, India, Japan, Norway, Republic of Korea, Russia, Sweden, United Kingdom, Germany, United States will be invited and interact with about local participants.

Funding: The Co-organizers will provide support for the workshop organization, including meeting room, secretariat, documentation, translation, and other facilities.

The organizers will also cover local expenses for invited international participants. The support will include hotel accommodation, local transport and meals during the workshop.

International participants are expected to cover their international travel expenses.

Registration: Participants are invited to register before October 20th, 2009.

– For information regarding to content of this workshop, please contact:

Dr. Tran Truong Thuy
Director, South China Sea Studies Program, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam
69 Chua Lang, Dong Da, Hanoi
email: truongthuy@mofa.gov.vn, Tel: 84 – 4 – 38344540, ext 105; fax: 84-4-38343543.

– For logistic and other questions, please contact:

Mrs. Ngo Thi Thu Huong
Institute for Foreign Policy and Strategic Studies, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam
69 Chua Lang, Dong Da, Hanoi
email: huongngo1972@gmail.com, Tel: 84 – 4 – 38344540, ext 129; fax: 84-4-38343543.

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Tentative Programme

Day 1 – 25 November 2009

All day : Arrival of participants and check-in

18.00 – 20.00 : Welcome dinner hosted by Prof., Dr. Duong Van Quang, President of Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam.

 

Day 2 – 26 November 2009

8.00 – 8.30 : Registration of Participants.

8.30 – 8.45 : Welcome and Opening Ceremony.

Opening Speeches by Prof. Duong Van Quang, President of Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam.

 

8.45 – 12.00 : SESSION I: Regional and Global Significance of the South China Sea in the Overall Context of the Changing International Environment

Proposed Paper Presenters and Speakers:

Prof. Stein Tonesson, Director, International Peace Research Institute (PRIO), Norway.

Dr. B. A. Hamzah, Senior Research Fellow with Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences & Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Malay, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Prof. Ji Guoxing, Director of the Institute of International Strategy Studies, Shanghai, China.

Dr. Mark J. Valencia, Visiting Senior Fellow, Maritime Institute of Malaysia and East-West Centre of Hawaii, USA

Prof. Victor Prescott, Department of Geography, University of Melbourne, Australia.

Prof. Monique Chemillier Gendreau, Universite Paris 4, France.

Dr. Nguyen Hong Thao, Lecturer of Hanoi National University, Hanoi.

Dr. Clive Schofield, QE II Research Fellow, Centre for Maritime Policy, University of Wollongong, Australia.

Proposed Moderator:

􀀃 􀅶 Mr. Dang Dinh Quy, Vice President (Research),

Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam.

Coffee break will be served for 15 minutes from 10.15 – 10.30

10.00 – 10.30 : Press Conference/ Coffee break

12.00 – 13.30 : Lunch

 

13.45 – 17.00 : SESSION II: Recent Developments in the South China Sea – Implications to Peace, Stability and Cooperation in the Region.

Proposed Paper Presenters and Speakers:

Dr. Fu Kua Liu, Institute for International Relations, Taipei

Prof. Carlyle A. Thayer, The Australian Defence Force Academy

Prof. Hasjim Djalal, Director Centre for South-East Asian Studies, Indonesia.

Dr. Wu Shicun, President of China National Institute for South China Sea Studies, China.

General (retd) Daniel Shaeffer, International Business Consultant, France

Michael Richardson, Research fellow Institute of South East Asia Studies, Singapore.

Prof. Geoffrey Till, Professor, Joint Services Command and Staff College, United Kingdom

Dr. Tran Truong Thuy, South China Sea Studies Programme, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam.

Proposed Moderator:

􀀃 􀅶 Professor Stein Tonesson, Director, International Peace Research Institute (PRIO), Norway.

Coffee break will be served for 15 minutes from 15.15 – 15.30

 

Day 3 – 27 November 2009

8.30 – 11.30 : SESSION III: Ways and Means to Maintain Peace, Stability and Promote Cooperation in the South China Sea.

Proposed Paper Presenters and Speakers:

Dr. Miguel D. Fortes, Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines

Prof. Ralf Emmers, Head of Studies, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Prof. Zou Keyuan, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom.

Prof. Ramses Amer, University of Stockholm, Sweden.

Prof. Ian Townsend-Gault, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia, Canada

Mr. Nguyen Duy Chien, Director Centre for Maritime Policy Studies, National Commission on Boundaries, Vietnam.

Mr. Matthias Fueracker, Legal Officer International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, Hamburg, Germany

Prof. Dr. Erick Franckx, Director of European and International Law Department, Free University of Brussels (VUB), Belgium

Proposed Moderator:

􀀃 􀅶 Prof. Hasjim Djalal, Director Centre for South-East Asian Studies, Indonesia

Coffee break will be served for 15 minutes from 10.15 – 10.30

 

11.30 – 12.00 : CLOSING SESSION

– Discussion wrap-up by Mr. Dang Dinh Quy, Vice President of DAV

– Closing remarks by Dr. Pham Quoc Anh, Chairman, Vietnamese Lawyers Association.

12.00 – 13.30 : Lunch

13.30 – 17.00 : Hanoi City Tour

18.00 – 20.00 : Farewell Dinner hosted by Dr. Pham Quoc Anh, Chairman, Vietnamese Lawyers Association.

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International Workshop on

“South China Sea: Cooperation for Regional Security and Development”

PRELIMINARY LIST OF INVITED PARTICIPANTS

Regional

1. Prof. Ji Guoxing, Director of the Institute of International Strategy Studies, Shanghai, China.

2. Dr. B. A. Hamzah, Senior Research Fellow with Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences & Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Malay, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

3. Colonel (Retd) Ramli Haji Nik, Senior Researcher, Centre for Maritime Security and Diplomacy, Maritime Institute of Malaysia, Malaysia.

4. Ms. Margaret Ang, Researcher, Centre for Maritime Economics & Industries (MEI) Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA)

5. Prof. Hasjim Djalal, Director Centre for South-East Asian Studies, Indonesia.

6. Dr. Fu Kua Liu, Institute for International Relations, Taipei

7. Prof. Cui Liru, President, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR), China.

8. Wu Shicun, President of China National Institute for South China Sea Studies, China.

9. Dr. Miguel D. Fortes, Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines

10. Associate Professor Ralf Emmers, Head of Studies, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

11. Michael Richardson, Research fellow Institute of South East Asia Studies, Singapore.

12. Dr. Mark J. Valencia, Maritime Policy Analyst, East-West Centre, Hawaii, USA

13. Dr. Ian Storey, Research Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore.

14. Prof. Kuan-Hsiung Dustin Wang, Institute of Political Science, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei.

15. Mr. Rodolfo C. Severino, Head of ASEAN Studies Centre, Institute of South East Asian Studies, Singapore.

16. Prof. Beckman, Robert Charles, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore

17. Mr. Drs. I Putu Pudja, Director of Research & Development Centre, Indonesia

Meteorological, Climatological and Geophysical Agency.

18. Asia and the Pacific Scholarship Program Section, Foreign Service Institute, Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs. (contact person: Ms. Bing D. Gallego, Desk Officer)

19. Department of Foreign Affairs of Republic Indonesia (contact person: Rieza Rahadian)

20. Budi Suharto, S.H., S.E., M.Kn., Senior Legal Staff Division of Law, Bureau for Cooperation and Promotion of Science and Technology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)

21. 10 other Participants.

 

International

1. Dr. Clive Schofield, QE II Research Fellow, Centre for Maritime Policy, University of Wollongong, Australia.

2. Prof. Stepanov Evgeny, Moscow State Institute of Int’ Relations & Institute of Far East Studies, Moscow, Russia

3. Prof. Victor Prescott, Department of Geography, University of Melbourne, Australia.

4. Professor Stein Lancashire Tonesson, Director, International Peace Research Institute (PRIO), Norway.

5. Professor Geoffrey Till, Professor, Joint Services Command and Staff College, United Kingdom

6. Professor Zou Keyuan, Harris Professor of International Law, University of Central, United Kingdom.

7. General (retd) Daniel Shaeffer, France

8. Prof. Monique Chemillier Gendreau, Universite Paris 4, France.

9. Prof. Ramses Amer, University of Stockholm, Sweden

10. Prof. Ian Townsend-Gault, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia, Canada

11. Prof. David VanderZwaag, Canada Research Chair in Ocean Law & Governance, Marine & Environmental Law Instutite, Dalhousie University

12. Prof. Christopher C. Joyner, Co-Director of the Institute for International Law and Politics, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

13. Richard P. Cronin, Director, Southeast Asia Program, The Stimson Center, Washington, DC

14. Mr. Ingolf Kiesow, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Security and Development Policy, Stockholm, Sweden.

15. Dr. Tim Huxley, Executive Director of the International Institute for Strategic Studies –Asia, (IISS)

16. Dr. Jean Salmon, Former Member of the Institute for International Law and Member of Permanent Arbitral Committee (the Hague). Former President of the Center of International Law, Liberty University of Brussels, Belgium

17. Prof. Dr. Erick Franckx, Director of European and International Law Department, Free University of Brussels (VUB), Belgium

18. Prof. Dr. Pierre Klein, Director of the Center for International Law, University of Brussels (ULB), Belgium

19. Prof. Dr. Van Dyke , School of Law, University of Hawaii, USA

20. Lawyer Thomas Johnson, Covington & Burling Law Firm, USA

21. Prof. Peter Dutton, Chinese Maritime Studies Institute, US Naval War College.

22. Mr. Matthias Fueracker, Legal Officer International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, Hamburg, Germany

23. Prof. Carlyle A. Thayer, The Australian Defence Force Academy

24. 10 Other Participants.

 

Local

1. Prof. Dr. Duong Van Quang, President of Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam.

2. Mr. Nguyen Quang Vinh, Director of Marine Affairs Department, National Boundary Committee

3. Mr. Dang Dinh Quy, Vice President, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam.

4. Dr. Pham Quoc Anh, Chairman, Vietnamese Lawyers Association.

5. Dr. Tran Truong Thuy, Director, South China Sea Studies Program, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam.

6. Dr. Nguyen Hong Thao, Lecturer of Hanoi National University, Hanoi

7. Mr. Nguyen Duy Chien, Director of the Centre for Maritime Policy Studies, National Boundary Committee

8. Ass. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Ba Dien, Director of the Centre for Maritime Law and the Law of the Sea, Faculty of Law, Vietnam National University – Hanoi.

9. Dr. Nguyen Toan Thang, Lecturer, Faculty of International Law, Hanoi Law School

10. Others

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