Beberapa topik yang akan dibicarakan dalam dialog antara lain:
Envolving Threats and Challenges in Asia Pacific,
Maritime Challanges in Asia Pacific,
Porous Borders: Sronger Control and Cooperation, and
Modern Military: Growing Capability and
Chairman of JIDD 2013:
Vice Marshal Eris Herryanto, MA.
Advisory Board Members:
Kementerian Pertahanan Republik Indonesia (Ministry of Defense, Republic of Indonesia)
Kementerian Luar Negeri Republik Indonesia (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Indonesia)
Tentara Nasional Indonesia (Indonesian National Defense Forces)
TNI AD (Indonesian National Army)
TNI AL (Indonesian National Navy)
TNI AU (Indonesian National Air Forces)
Indonesian Defense University prepares military and civilian leaders from Indonesia and other countries to address national and international defense and strategic challenges through comprehensive and multi-disciplinary educational programs, professional exchanges, research and outreach in developing broader security perspectives.
Military Operations Other Than War Collaboration and Integration to Strengthen Global Security and Stability Global,
Regional and National Threat Assessment
The Challenges of Identifying, Assessing and Countering Cyber Threats
Conflict Prevention and Conflict Resolution
Maritime Security - Challenges of the 21st Century Building Collaborative Policies and Response Strategies
The Commanders-In-Chief Panel Discussion Military Operations Other Than War (MOOTW) in Support of Regional and Global Security and Stability.
WE NEED TO SPREAD STRATEGIC TRUST REGIONALLY
• “Mutual respect for independence, sovereignty, equality, territorial integrity and national identity”.
• “Respect for International law”.
• “Renunciation of the threat of use of force or use of force against another state, consistent with the UN Charter”.
• “Recognition and respect for the diversity of ethnic, religious, cultural traditions and values, as well as diversity of views and positions, including by promoting the voices of moderation”.
• “Enhancement of regional resilience, including in the face of economic shocks and natural disasters”.
• “Respect for fundamental freedoms, the promotion and protection of human rights, and the promotion of social justice”.
• “Settlement of differences and disputes by peaceful means; enhancement of mutual understanding, mutual trust and friendship"
In this way, we will all win the peace together.
Peace for our time.
Peace for future generations.
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