On 4 June 2015, SEATIDE members gathered at the Indonesian Embassy to Brussels, for the 3rd SEATIDE Dissemination Workshop “Maritime Southeast Asia: Conflicts and Cooperation”.
The event, which was co-organized by Ignacio Kristanyo Hardojo, Deputy Chief of Mission at the Indonesian Embassy, Muhadi Sugiono of Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) and the EFEO, focused on research conducted within the framework of SEATIDE’s Work Package 5, “National and transnational political integration and the role of ASEAN”.
Presentations were delivered by two panels: 1. “Historical context”, chaired by Andrew Hardy and 2. “Contemporary developments”, chaired by Muhadi Sugiono. These included:
- Maritime Connections in Southeast Asia’s History, Pierre-Yves Manguin (EFEO)
- Southeast Asia: the Making of Maritime Borders, Tim Harper (Cambridge)
- Southeast Asia’s Maritime Environment: The Long View, Sunil Amrith (Cambridge)
- Maritime Boundaries: A Legal, Technical and Policy Approach, I Made Andi Arsana (UGM)
- ASEAN and South China Sea Disputes, Jürgen Rüland (Freiburg University)