The Center for a New American Security held a public, on-the-record experts' discussion on ASEAN's role in providing maritime security. The event is the latest in a series that the CNAS Asia-Pacific Security Program has organized on maritime security issues in the region. The second panel focused on the specific role ASEAN can and should play in the year ahead and beyond, in light of considerations such as Myanmar's chairmanship of ASEAN in 2014.
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