Toward a Pax Pacifica: Perspectives on a Common Security for Asia

Jessica Tuchman Mathews, Kevin Rudd February 22, 2012 Washington, D.C.
Summary
With its vibrant economies and vast population, the Asia-Pacific region is poised to exert enormous clout in the years ahead.
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With its vibrant economies and vast population, the Asia-Pacific region is poised to exert enormous clout in the years ahead.

Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd will address the profound transformations taking place in Asia and how the United States, China, Australia, and the countries of the region can build a Pax Pacifica—a stable and durable peace, anchored in the principles of common security. Carnegie's Jessica Mathews will moderate.
 

 


 

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