Social movements, political transitions, and international and intra-state conflicts will create security challenges in Asia for the foreseeable future. ASPI's work aims to generate ideas to address these challenges. To do this, we convene informal dialogues among regional actors that help create trust and mutual understanding, and we organize task forces to recommend solutions that are designed to bridge differences between competing interests and opposing viewpoints.
Kevin Rudd explains how an expanded East Asia Summit could help secure peace in an increasingly fractious Asia-Pacific.
Lindsey Ford on the chance that Olympic diplomacy between North and South Korea will produce tangible progress.
Kevin Rudd's speech at the Korea National Diplomatic Academy in Seoul on the issue of North Korea's nuclear program.
ASPI President Kevin Rudd's speech on strengthening regional institutions in Asia to manage peace and security.