Journal of Greater Mekong Studies: Non-Traditional Security Threats and the Role of ASEAN in the Greater Mekong Subregion

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TitleJournal of Greater Mekong Studies: Non-Traditional Security Threats and the Role of ASEAN in the Greater Mekong Subregion
Publication TypeJournal
Year of Publication2020
Authors,, Embassy, US
Abstract

As the states comprising the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) look ahead to 2021, we confront a landscape significantly changed from that of just one year ago. Among the most significant developments has been the launching of the new Mekong-US Partnership, the successor institution to Washington's Lower Mekong Initiative. On behalf of CICP, I am very pleased that our lead article in this edition comes from U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of EAst Asian Affairs David R. Stilwell, who discusses the role that the Partnership will play in the subregion and the wide range of challenges that both the subregion and ASEAN as a whole now confront. In addition, Assistant Secretary Stilwell's article sets out the comprehensive nature of the new Partnership; it is precisely that theme of a comprehensive understanding of the region that frames this edition of the journal. 

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