A range of actors threaten the rule of law at sea in in the Indo-Pacific Region. By doing so they undermine political stability, endanger use of international waters as to support commerce, and interfere with coastal states legitimate governance activities. The results directly threaten the economic prosperity and future security of the region. The expert panellists discussed these dynamic from the perspectives of international law, domestic legislation, balance of power, and the contributions to rule of law being made by the United States, Japan and Southeast Asian States. The will be available to take questions from the audience.
Last updated on 05/10/2021