'03: Proceedings of the Tenth Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference Software Engineering Conference, APSEC
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The seventh edition of APSEC, themed "Asian Security Dynamics and the Role of Airpower", will gather defence experts, military officials, academics, analysts and industry leaders on 10 February 2014 at the Raffles City Convention Centre in Singapore, to participate in discussions shaping peace and security worldwide.
Rajaratnam School of International Studies and Experia Events, APSEC will feature prominent speakers such as:
Delegates attending APSEC 2014 can look forward to discussions on the emergence of China as regional military power and its impact on the East Asian security environment; the growing volatility in the East and South China Seas; the ongoing nuclear crisis in the Korean peninsula; and the as-yet unknown repercussions of the U.
APSEC and SATEC will provide delegates a valuable opportunity to share insights and discuss the challenges facing regional security as well as developments in aerospace technologies across the military and commercial sectors.
Focusing on the theme 'The Changing Geopolitical Landscape of the Asia-Pacific', discussions at APSEC will explore the prosperity brought about by economic growth in Asia-Pacific nations, particularly China and India, and the political and security implications of this growth in the region as well as worldwide.
Mr Jimmy Lau, Managing Director of Experia Events said: "This year's editions of APSEC and SATEC promise to deliver timely, dynamic discussions on the key topics of security andaerospace technologies.
Focusing on the theme "The Changing Geopolitical Landscape of the Asia Pacific", discussions at APSEC
will explore the prosperity brought about by economic growth in the Asia Pacific nations, particularly China and India, and how the continued rise of these Asian giants is resulting in the redistribution of influence and power in the region.