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Recalibrating Geopolitical Relations in the Indo-Pacific


Event Livestream

On July 13, 2021, NBR held a virtual discussion on the challenges of navigating the current geopolitical environment for Japan, Australia, India, and Taiwan. Experts discussed how these countries are re-examining core strategic assumptions, reviewing their alliance relationships, trade, and economic relations with both China and the United States, and examining their role in international institutions and regional groupings and agreements.

Agenda


WELCOME REMARKS

Michael Wills, The National Bureau of Asian Research


NAVIGATING A TUMULTOUS WORLD

Ashley Tellis, The National Bureau of Asian Research

Moderator
Michael Wills, The National Bureau of Asian Research


REGIONAL RESPONSES TO A SHIFTING GEOPOLITICAL ENVIRONMENT


Moderator

Michael Wills, The National Bureau of Asian Research

Panel
John H. Gill, Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies; International Institute for Strategic Studies

Yuka Koshino, International Institute for Strategic Studies

Tiffany Ma, BowerGroupAsia

Michael Wesley, University of Melbourne



About the Speakers

John H. Gill is an adjunct professor at the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies in Washington, D.C., and an associate fellow at the International Institute for Strategic Studies.

Yuka Koshino is a Research Fellow conducting independent research on Japanese security and defence policy with the International Institute for Strategic Studies’ Japan Chair Programme.

Tiffany Ma is is Senior Director at BowerGroupAsia and a Non-Resident Fellow at the National Bureau of Asian Research.

Ashley Tellis is a Counselor at the National Bureau of Asian Research and a Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Michael Wesley is a Professor of International Relations and Deputy Vice Chancellor International at the University of Melbourne.

Michael Wills is Executive Vice President at the National Bureau of Asian Research.