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緬甸的人類安全治理

研討會
公告日期:2018-05-17
 
會議時間:民國107年6月1日(五)10:30至12:30 (中午提供餐盒)
會議地點:台北市文山區萬壽路64號國立政治大學國際關係研究中心新簡報室
報名網址:https://bit.ly/2IpVAgX
主講人:Brendan Howe,Professor, GSIS, 梨花女子大學
評論人:Herman J. Kraft,菲律賓大學政治系副教授∕外交部臺灣獎助金邀訪學人(中山大學東南亞研究中心)
評論人:Christian Schafferer,僑光科技大學國貿系副教授
主持人:李瓊莉,國立政治大學國際關係研究中心特聘研究員
聯絡人:胡先生 
連絡電話:02-8237-7298
E-mail:ywhu@nccu.edu.tw
 
Human security and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) have been at the centre of debates concerning how to engage successive government administrations, and best provide safe havens for the people of Myanmar. The differences between "Asian" and "Western" understandings have led to radically different policy proposals. Essentially the "West" holds a narrow view of human security, but an interventionary interpretation of R2P, with the two being closely linked; whereas in Asia the linkage between the two is rejected, and a broad conceptualization of human security, along with a non-interventionary understanding of the R2P dominates. The West advocated sanctions on the military junta, whereas Japan (and other Asian countries) continued to give development assistance. In the face of governance failure in the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis, Western politicians talked of R2P-mandated "aid invasions" whereas in Asia commentators recoiled from the image of Western troops being inserted once more into Southeast Asia. The West points to ethnic cleansing/genocide of the Rohyinga as justifying intervention, whereas in Asia the talk is more of governance difficulties faced by Aung San Suu Kyi. This presentation, therefore, uses engagement with Myanmar in the face of humanitarian challenges to highlight the different interpretations of Asia and the West.
 
Topic:
Human Security Governance in Myanmar
Date & Time:
10:30am-12:30pm on June 1, 2018
(with light lunch after the event for speakers and participants)
Venue: New Briefing Room, 1F, Conference & Library Building, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.
Speaker:
Professor Brendan Howe
Graduate School of International Studies, Ewha Womans University
Commented by
Professor Herman J. Kraft
Department of Political Science, University of the Philippines
&
Professor Christian Schafferer
Department of International Trade, Overseas Chinese University
Moderated by
Professor Chyungly Lee
Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
Contact:
Mr. Hu Yuwei
02-82377298
E-mail:ywhu@nccu.edu.tw
Registration Link:https://bit.ly/2IpVAgX
 
Human security and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) have been at the centre of debates concerning how to engage successive government administrations, and best provide safe havens for the people of Myanmar. The differences between "Asian" and "Western" understandings have led to radically different policy proposals. Essentially the "West" holds a narrow view of human security, but an interventionary interpretation of R2P, with the two being closely linked; whereas in Asia the linkage between the two is rejected, and a broad conceptualization of human security, along with a non-interventionary understanding of the R2P dominates. The West advocated sanctions on the military junta, whereas Japan (and other Asian countries) continued to give development assistance. In the face of governance failure in the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis, Western politicians talked of R2P-mandated "aid invasions" whereas in Asia commentators recoiled from the image of Western troops being inserted once more into Southeast Asia. The West points to ethnic cleansing/genocide of the Rohyinga as justifying intervention, whereas in Asia the talk is more of governance difficulties faced by Aung San Suu Kyi. This presentation, therefore, uses engagement with Myanmar in the face of humanitarian challenges to highlight the different interpretations of Asia and the West.
 
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