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2011 East Asia Security Symposium and Conference CHINA: NEW HORIZONS 中国：新视野
As China, and perceptions of China, evolves within the international community, the places and planes of intersection also take on new significance. Whether it’s the overt extension of Chinese maritime attentions into the East China Sea, South China Sea, and Indian Ocean – new visions of relations to/from Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Central Asia, or even into space – or even new fields of interaction across the playing fields of global economies and technology – all must consider the new horizons that are emerging as China’s place in the world progresses. Our 2011 theme of New Horizons looks to synthesize multi-disciplinary reviews and analysis of China’s emerging location as it contacts its surrounding political, diplomatic, economic, and even environmental communities. The 2011 East Asia Security Symposium: Conference welcomes papers on such themes from any related discipline. The conference organizers anticipate publication of an associated conference volume from papers collected in alternate years. Papers from the 2009 conference were compiled into Chinese Engagements: Regional Issues with Global Implications, by Bond University Press.