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Asia's New Geopolitics Panel at Asia Briefing LIVE

SYDNEY, November 1, 2018 — Professor Minxin Pei, the Tom and Margot Pritzker ’72 Professor of Government at Claremont McKenna College, is joined by Dr. Jane Golley, Associate Professor and Acting Director of Australian Centre on China in the World at Australian National University; H.E. Lee Baeksoon, Ambassador of Republic of Korea; H.E. Kwok Fook Seng, High Commissioner of Republic of Singapore; and Richard Maude, Deputy Secretary of Indo-Pacific Group at Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, for a panel discussion on the state of play of Asia's new geopolitics. Moderated by Haidi Stroud Watts, Bloomberg's Sydney anchor for Daybreak Australia, the panel was the first of four at Asia Briefing LIVE, a new annual executive forum that takes the pulse of Asia as well as Australia's engagement with the region. The event was co-hosted by Asia Society Australia and Bloomberg. (49 min., 22 sec.)


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