Join us for the 2023 Indo-Pacific Maritime Security Exchange (IMSE) webinar! With the enduring theme of “Building Partnerships for Security, Stability and Prosperity”, this year’s virtual event will focus on “Ensuring Free Access to the Maritime Commons”.

IMSE’s purpose is to provide a forum for senior leaders, subject matter experts, and interested members of the general public to engage in dialogue about maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region.

IMSE will explore the following areas: 

  • Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing and Transnational Crime
  • Enabling Effective Maritime Engagement and Partnerships
  • Emerging Maritime Capability and Capacity
  • Maritime Domain Awareness; Increasing Transparency on the High Seas

Speakers and presenters will include senior naval officers from the Indo-Pacific region to address maritime security, academics studying illegal fishing and its impact on local economies, technologists contributing their talents to increased maritime domain awareness, and experts on maritime law. You can view the agenda at

$15 Virtual Admission includes access to exclusive content on the IMSE website

About IMSE:  
The Indo-Pacific Maritime Security Exchange (IMSE) is produced annually by Navy League of the United States Honolulu Council. Assisting in the production of IMSE each year are the East-West Center, the Daniel K. Inouye Center for Asia-Pacific Security Studies (DKI APCSS), and Pacific Forum. This year the IMSE team is joined by the United States Aid for International Development (USAID) and its Sustainable Fish Asia Technical Support (SuFiA TS). Learn more.

Questions? Contact Rya Sekimoto at