Regional security developments and the impact of China's rise were the focus of this workshop held on 9 July 2012 under Chatham House rules at the Lowy Institute for International Policy. The workshop was organised by the Lowy Institute's East Asia Program and International Security Program in collaboration with the Asan Institute for Policy Studies (Seoul) and the Center for Foreign Relations (New York).
The workshop included two sessions. In the first session the United States' rebalancing in Asia and China's reactions to this new policy were discussed. The second session focused specifically on the views of Australia and Korea towards the changing roles of China and the United States in the region.
The agenda from the event is available for download.