[WEBCAST] Southeast Asia and Major PowersVIEW EVENT DETAILS
What are the geopolitical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic in Southeast Asia? Will there be a lasting impact on the balance of power in the region? Who will emerge in a stronger position – the United States or China? How are Southeast Asian countries managing sharper great power competition and what does the crisis say about the strength and unity of Southeast Asian regionalism?
Join us for an interdisciplinary discussion on the geopolitics of the pandemic and Southeast Asian regionalism as part of our Southeast Asia and COVID-19 project. Our expert panel will examine how the region’s countries and ASEAN as an institution managed the COVID crisis and what to expect moving forward.
Southeast Asia and COVID-19 project leader Richard Maude, Senior Fellow, Asia Society Policy Institute and Executive Director, Policy, Asia Society Australia will be joined by Huong Le Thu, Senior Analyst of Defence and Strategy Program at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, and Sharon Li-Lian Seah, Coordinator of the ASEAN Studies Centre, ISEAS Yusof-Ishak Institute.
Date: Tuesday 1 December 2020
Time: 3pm – 3:45pm AEST
This event is open to the public and will run as webcast only. Registration is essential. For further enquiries contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
About our Speakers
Asia Society Australia acknowledges the support of the Australia-ASEAN Council
Asia Society Australia acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government.
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