2010 Asialink Conversations Cambodia

2010 Asialink Conversations - Cambodia

Phnom Penh, 3-5 September 2010


Dr. Kao Kim Hourn, Secretary of State, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation; President of The University of Cambodia joins Samdech Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia and H.E. Gareth Evans, Chancellor of the Australian National University; Former Foreign Minister of Australia in the 2010 Asialink Conversations on 3-5 September 2010, at Raffles Hotel, Phnom Penh.


The day and a half dialogue is organized by the Asialink Centre in collaboration with Cambodia Development Resource Institute to explore issues of common concern for leaders from government, business, think-tanks and cultural life in Australia and ASEAN, while creating new and strengthened networks of leaders.  This year’s theme focuses on:


·         Geo-political trends and the major powers in our region after the Global Financial Crisis

·         Australia-ASEAN cooperation and developments in ASEAN’s leadership of a wider East Asian regionalism

·         Opportunities for Australia-ASEAN cooperation on economic, political, security, cultural, and social policy-health issues

·         Cambodia Today: From reconstruction in sustainable peace, stability, growth, and development

·         ASEAN and Australia working together for a dynamic business environment for trade and investment

·         Australia-ASEAN cooperation for cultural heritage protection


This is the first occasion that Asialink has held an event in Cambodia. Asialink is based at the University of Melbourne, Australia.  It aims at exploring development issues using a ‘second track’ dialogue process. 




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