Rising Asia and Its Impact on the Global OrderVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Kevin Rudd at the University of Zurich
As Asia emerges as a global center of economic gravity, as a theater for increasing security tensions, and as a source of decisive influence in global environmental change, the global order is being reshaped. The question that today’s policymakers must answer is whether the post-1945 system of international institutions can be reformed to accommodate Asia’s rise. The deftness with which policymakers inside and outside of the region are able to manage this structural transition will fundamentally affect the security of future generations. How would such a new global order look like, and what can Europe - and Switzerland - do to help establish it?
Kevin Rudd, President of the Asia Society Policy Institute, and former Prime Minister of Australia, will deliver a public lecture at the University of Zurich. This event is held in cooperation with the Swiss Institute of International Studies.
If you did not have the chance to come to the lecture or would like to listen to it again, the audio is available on the webpage of the Swiss Institute for International Studies.
University of Zurich
Aula (Room KOL-G-201)