Asia Pacific Agenda Project | Bali Forum 2006

November 27–28, 2006
Bali
The 12th APAP Forum was held in Bali on November 27–28, 2006, and focused on the trilateral relationship that is emerging among three main pillars of global governance—East Asia, North America, and Europe in Global Governance. More than 20 participants from each region gathered to assess the significance of this trilateral relationship and ways in which it can be improved. Panels were organized governance issues related to the process of East Asia community building, obstacles to East Asia community building, perspectives on East Asia community from outside the region, and the ways in which regional community building efforts can contribute to global governance.
November 27

Welcome Dinner

November 28

Session I: “East Asian Community in Global Governance: The Regional and Global Governance Issues Related to the Process of East Asia Community Building”
Moderator: Mohamed Jawhar, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,  Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia
East Asia Community in Global Governance: Jusuf Wanandi, Vice Chairman, Board of Trustees, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta
Economic Dimension: Jesus P. Estanislao, President and CEO, Institute of Corporate Directors, Philippines
Political Dimension: Hitoshi Tanaka, Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange
Security / Human Security Dimension: Rizal Sukma, Deputy Executive Director, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta

Session II: “The Obstacles or Potential Obstacles to East Asia Community Building”
Moderator: Charles E. Morrison, President, East-West Center, U.S.A.
Northeast Asian Perspective: Qin Yaqing, Vice President, China Foreign Affairs University
Southeast Asian Perspective: Carolina G. Hernandez, Professor of Political Science, University of the Philippines; Chair of the Board of Directors, Institute for Strategic and Development Studies, Inc.

Session III: “North American and European Perspectives on East Asia Community Building”
Moderator: Yukio Satoh, President, The Japan Institute of International Affairs
North American Perspective:
Frank Jannuzi, East Asia Specialist, Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, U.S.A.
European Perspective:
Karl Kaiser, Ralph I. Straus Visiting Professor, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

Session IV: “A Way Forward: Future of East Asia Community”

Farewell Dinner

Jesus P. Estanislao

President and CEO, Institute of Corporate Directors, Philippines

Han Sung-joo

Chairman, International Policy Studies Institute of Korea

Carolina G. Hernandez

Professor of Political Science, University of the Philippines; Chair of the Board of Directors, Institute for Strategic and Development Studies, Inc., Philippines

Frank Jannuzi

East Asia Specialist, Senate Committe on Foreign Relations, U.S.A.

Mohamed Jawhar

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS), Malaysia

Clara Joewono

Vice Chair, Board of Executives, CSIS Foundation; Board of Advisors, the Indonesian Institute; Member, Board of Trustees, Maarif Institute for Culture and Humanity; Co-founder of the Bung Hatta Anti – Corruption Watch

Karl Kaiser

Ralph I. Straus Visiting Professor, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

Charles E. Morrison

President, The East-West Center

Masashi Nishihara

President, Research Institute for Security and Peace, Japan

Widhyawan Prawiraatmadja

Senior Assistant to the President Director and CEO, PT Pertamina (PERSERO), Indonesia

Qin Yaqing

Vice President, China Foreign Affairs University

Yukio Satoh

President, The Japan Institute of International Affairs

Rizal Sukma

Deputy Executive Director, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta

Jusuf Wanandi

Vice Chairman, Board of Trustees, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta

Koji Watanabe

Senior Fellow, JCIE; former Ambassador to Russia, Japan

Taizo Yakushiji

Member, Council for Science and Technology Policy of the Cabinet Office, Japan

Tadashi Yamamoto

President, JCIE, Japan

Yeo Lay Hwee

Senior Research Fellow, Singapore Institute of International Affairs

Zhang Tiejun

Director of European Studies, Shanghai Institute for International Affairs

JCIE

Hideko Katsumata

Executive Director, JCIE/USA, USA

Hifumi Tajima

Senior Program Officer

Hyoma Ito

Program Officer, Policy Research & Political Exchange Program, Japan

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