IAFOR Research Centre Roundtable @ Osaka School of International Public Policy
The Russian invasion of Ukraine, after the COVID-19 pandemic, is becoming one of the most consequential international crises for global governance. It has again brought to sharp relief the divide between the “West” and the rest and shaken confidence in the ruled-based order of the post-1945 international system. For East Asia, the main arena of China-US rivalry and realpolitik, could this be a moment to contemplate different modes of alignment among the smaller and middle size states that champions normative foreign policy, non-traditional security and participatory democracy? Join the roundtable discussion among panellists from Manila, Osaka, Seoul and Singapore!
17 March (Thurs) 2022 16:00-18:00 (JST) on Zoom
This event is organised as part of the IRC-OSIPP’s project on “Peace and Human Security in Asia: Toward a Meaningful Japan-Korea Partnership” supported by the Korea Foundation. It is also part of the OSIPP course, “Global Governance II”.