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A nation must think before it acts.
May 05, 2022 | 9:30 am to 11:30 am | Asia Program
As the world begins to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, risks to global growth persist from the spillover effects of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and seismic shifts in the international order. Acute disruptions to the global economy have led to a rethinking of economic security and relations among nations in the Indo-Pacific and the world’s two largest economies.
The Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Asia Program and the Wilson Center’s Asia Program will host a joint virtual symposium to address key emerging issues through two panel discussions.
Please Note: You will only need to register once to attend both panels.
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Panel 1: Geopolitics, Economic Security, Competition, and Cooperation (9:30am-10:30am)
The first panel will focus on the geopolitics of economic security and prospects for cooperation. How are China, Japan, and the United States positioning themselves in light of growing technology competition and the emergence of separate technology spheres? What are the implications for compatibility and cooperation?
Panel 2: Supply Chains (10:30am-11:30am)
The second panel will address supply chains, focusing on the issues of maintaining security and the risks of disruption. How do policy choices by China, the United States, and others address and affect the security and reliability of supply chains? Are trade wars and fragmentation of the trading system a threat? What are the prospects and challenges for the vital semiconductor sector?
FPRI is happy to provide this event free of charge thanks to the generous support of our members, partners, and event attendees. If you are not currently a member, the suggested donation is $25.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our events coordinator, Kayla Wendt at [email protected]