Strategy in the Indo-Pacific:
Voices from the Region
Thursday, September 24, 2020
8:30am - 10:00am (EDT)
Meeting will be held via Zoom
Panel Discussion Featuring
Ambassador Glyn T. Davies
Former U.S. Ambassador to Thailand
U.S. Department of State
Dr. Chiew Ping Hoo
Senior Lecturer, Strategic Studies and
International Relations Program
National University of Malaysia
Professor Ken Jimbo
Professor, Faculty of Policy Management
Dr. Shafiah Muhibat
Head of Department of International Relations
Ms. Susan A. Thornton
Project Director of the Forum on Asia-Pacific Security
Southeast Asian economies are an increasingly significant part of the global growth equation, due to both population growth and the dynamism of global integration. Against the backdrop of rising US-China geostrategic competition and a decelerating globalization process, major powers like the US and Japan are seeking to deepen regional integration and connectivity while also protecting security interests in service of the region's needs. However, these strategies are not necessarily cooperative or implemented in deep consultation with the regional recipients.
Please join our panelists from the US, Japan and ASEAN member states as they identify the challenges and opportunities in regional strategic competition, especially amid US-China tensions. What are the most critical areas of focus for Southeast Asia? How can the major powers seeking engagement better contribute to regional peace and prosperity? What is the role of ASEAN in the current international environment?
This event is open to NCAFP Members and the public.
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