Tuesday, 22nd November 2022, from 17:00 to 18:00 h. CET (UTC+1)
This third and last session of the series ‘The Indo-Pacific in today’s international order’ dealt with the foreign policy of three traditional US allies and partners that at the same time maintain a close economic relationship with China: Australia, Korea and Japan. Their positioning in the rivalry between the two superpowers and their different ways of trying to maintain an independent policy were analysed.
- Oriol Farrés, International Yearbook Coordinator, CIDOB | @Urifarres
- Rafael Bueno, Politics, Society and Education Director, Casa Asia | @rafabueno59
- Ramón Pacheco Pardo, Head of the Department of European & International Studies and Professor of International Relations, King’s College London| @rpachecopardo
- moderator: Mario Esteban, Senior Analyst, Elcano Royal Institute | @wizma9