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Studio interview: Shangri-La Dialogue attracts more participants


06-03-2016 19:30 BJT

Joining me in the studio is Ms. Su Xiaohui -- deputy director of the Department of International and Strategic Studies at the China Institute of International Studies -- for the latest. Welcome.

Q1. The Dialogue is attracting more participants, high-level officials and even state leaders. It's called the Asia Security Summit, but we are also seeing delegates coming from France, Italy and other nations. What does that say about the Asia Pacific generally and security issues in the region?

Q2. Since 2011, there's been a marked shift in debate at the Shangri-La Dialogue towards issues surrounding the South China Sea. Those disputes are also expected to be a major topic this year. How will those discussions be different this year?

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