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Responding to Emerging Maritime Security Challenges in the Pacific South

19 Nov 2021
07:00 – 09:00
online event

Lecture Programme of the German Federal Government

The Indo-Pacific is considered an important trade and economic region of a globally interconnected market with great dependencies. In recent years, it has increasingly become a geopolitical conflic zone between the Western and Indo-Pacific states and China. What role does Germany play as a mediator? How can multilateral solutions be developed?


Discussion with:

  • Em. Prof. Dr. dres. h.c. Rüdiger Wolfrum, born in 1941, Judge at the international Tribunal for the Law of the Sea until 2017, consultant in numerous countries in connection with the preparation of fundamental constitutional and legal projects under the rule of law​
  • Dr. Chester Cabalza, president and founder of the International Development and Security Cooperation (IDSC)
  • Dr. Renato Castro, Trustee and Program Covenor, Stratbase ADR Institute; professor of international studies department at De La Salle University in Manila


  • Prof. Dindo Manhit, President, Stratbase ADR Institute


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