The Asian Partnership for Peace is a defensive, diplomatic, and trading network, which works to “Preserve Peace in Asia”. Signatories agree to defend each other, and the agreement advocates diplomatic, discussion-based solutions between the member nations, similar the the EU. It was proposed by China in 2017.

The Agreement also works to communicate with NATO, EAPCA, and the EU about its members’ interests and goals, and listens to said groups’ concerns and attempts to work towards mutually improving relations with each.

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