In preparation for the forthcoming IISS Regional Security Summit, The Manama Dialogue, spotlights on IISS Senior Fellows and Experts will be distributed bi-weekly. The Manama Dialogue will be held in Bahrain from 11 to 13 December 2009.
This week, we are pleased to feature Dr Tim Huxley and Sir Hilary Synnott KCMG. Dr Huxley and Sir Hilary are available for interviews now regarding The IISS Manama Dialogue. Please see below for information on these two gentlemen and also to spend ‘1 Minute’ with each of them. To request an interview or receive accreditation to attend The Manama Dialogue security summit, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr Tim Huxley
Executive Director, IISS-Asia; Senior Fellow for Asia-Pacific Security; Editor, Adelphis; Corresponding Director for Military Information and Analysis
Expertise: Pacific security and defence, Southeast Asia, particularly Indonesia
1 Minute with Dr Huxley:
As a specialist in Southeast Asian security based in Singapore, I am closely interested in the parallels between my region and the Gulf, in terms particularly of the problems of small-state security, the difficulties of constructing a viable regional security architecture, questions regarding the economic and security interests and roles of extra-regional powers, and the dangers inherent in weapons proliferation. Another contemporary parallel between the two regions involves security challenges from non-state actors, particularly in terms of maritime piracy. In sum, there seems to be clear potential for making policy-relevant comparisons between the security experiences of the Gulf and Southeast Asia.
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