Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP)
1993-06-08 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Founded at meeting of the 10 founding research institutes, following a series of conferences held as S-XS0158 - Conference on Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (SCAP).
Charter adopted 16 Dec 1993, Lombok (Indonesia); amended Aug 1995, 14 Dec 1998, Manila (Philippines); 2 Jun 2011, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).
Provide a more structured regional process in contributing to regional confidence building and enhancing regional security through dialogue, consultation and cooperation.
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Steering Committee (meets twice a year); Sub-Committees (4); Study Groups (6).
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