Wednesday, 17th October 2022, from 18:00 to 19:00 h. CEST (UTC+2)
First session of the new season of the webcast series on “the Indo-Pacific in the current international order”, organised by Casa Asia, CIDOB and the Elcano Royal Institute, which analyses the growing role of this region in shaping the emerging international system. The lecture will focus on Korea and Japan, two fully-fledged democracies, market economies and respectful of human rights, which are also allies of the United States and which face common challenges such China’s growing influence within the international system and the implications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. However, until recently, their respective policies towards the Indo-Pacific were taking different paths. The question must therefore be asked: Has the time perhaps come for a convergence of their international and regional agendas?
- Introduction: Oriol Farrés, Coordinator of CIDOB’s International Yearbook | @Urifarres
- Speaker: Ramón Pacheco Pardo, Professor of International Relations at King’s College London / member of the Elcano Royal Institute’s Scientific Council | @rpachecopardo
- Moderator: Yasmin Paricio, Politics, Society and Education Department Coordinator, Casa Asia | @yparicio
- Comments by Mario Esteban, Senior Analyst, Elcano Royal Institute | @wizma9
- Registration on Casa Asia’s website
- The event will be held in Spanish without simultaneous interpretation