East Asia is at the centre of international economic dynamism and interdependence. It is also where the most important global geopolitical, economic and security fault lines are. East Asia has been the biggest beneficiary of the existing rules-based economic order and has the most to lose from its fracture.
Australia and Japan have played lead roles in navigating international economic policy uncertainty in East Asia. The region confronts major challenges going forward.
How can ASEAN centrality be strengthened to keep Asia free and open?
How can the CPTPP membership navigate China and Taiwan’s bid to join the grouping?
How can de-risking be achieved without damaging the fundamentals that have brought prosperity and security to Asia?
How can economic coercion be countered and limits put on the use of economic weaponry?
How can strategic competition between China and the United States avoid damaging the region’s interests?
The latest RIETI–ANU collaboration addresses these questions with experts from across East Asia.
Date: Friday, 22 September 2023
Time: 2 PM - 4 PM (Japan Standard Time)
Venue: Toranomon Hills Mori Tower Hall B, 4th Floor | Hybrid
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