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CONFERENCE: Australia-Japan-U.S. Relations and the Indo-Pacific Symposium

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This public symposium seeks to provide a strategic forum for policymakers, scholars, and business leaders in the region to grapple with the emergence of the “Indo-Pacific” as a regional construct. The economic rise of ASEAN, China, and India will change the existing global political and economic order. This symposium constitutes an effort to examine policy options for addressing the regional security and diplomatic problems which will emerge from these significant changes in the international system. Please note: Registrations will open at 8.00am.
Speaker(s) Mr Sumio Kusaka, Japanese Ambassador to Australia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr Peter Varghese, Chancellor, University of Queensland, former Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, The Hon. Kim Beazley,former Australian Ambassador to the United States, former Deputy Prime Minister, Prof. Carmen Lawrence, former Premier of Western Australia and many more distinguished special guest speakers.
Location The University Club, Theatre Auditorium The University of Western Australia
Contact Perth USAsia Centre <[email protected]>
URL http://perthusasia.e-newsletter.com.au/link/id/zzzz5a387ce95f13b757/regform?evuid=zzzz5a387ce8960ca818&fromT3=1
Start Thu, 01 Mar 2018 08:30
End Thu, 01 Mar 2018 17:15
RSVP RSVP is required.
Submitted by Perth USAsia Centre <[email protected]>
Last Updated Wed, 10 Oct 2018 10:02
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