Chaophraya Dialogue 15

8 December 2014 – 9 December 2014 |  Krabi, Thailand

The 15th Round of the Chaophraya Dialogue Krabi, Thailand: Key opinion makers from India and Pakistan, including parliamentarians, formerdiplomats, former military officers, media persons and policy experts met in Krabi, Thailand forthe 15th round of the Chaophraya Dialogue from 8–9 December 2014, organised by the JinnahInstitute (JI) and the Australia India Institute (AII). The Chaophraya Dialogue is the longest consistently running Indo-Pak Track-II jointlyadministered by the Jinnah Institute (JI) and Australia India Institute (AII) to encourage informedpolicy dialogue on Indo-Pak relations. The process is now in its sixth year and has so far led to 15 rounds of dialogue.   The 15th round of the Dialogue focused on recent bilateral developments, the issue of Jammu & Kashmir, tensions along the Line of Control and Working Boundary/International Border, terrorism and extremism, trade and development, and the future of Afghanistan. A special focus was given to and the role of Track II diplomacy as an instrument of conflict prevention and peacebuilding.