SIPRI, Signalistgatan 9, Solna
With recent political trends throughout Asia and Europe, we find ourselves at the precipice of a world marked by the intersection of nationalism and populism. Widening inequality at the national level is colliding with growing tensions at the international level to generate political and social upheaval.
At the centre of these trends, shifts in power dynamics among China, Russia and the United States carry major implications for both Europe and Asia. Against this backdrop, this event will explore arenas in which Europe and Japan can benefit from expanded collaboration.
Coffee will be served at 13:30.
Mr Kunihiko Miyake, Research Director, The Canon Institute for Global Studies
Dr Lora Saalman, Director, SIPRI Programme on China and Global Security
Dan Smith, Director, SIPRI
Please confirm your participation by 23 September to Ms Cynthia Loo, SIPRI Senior Management Assistant, Tel: 08-655 97 51, email: email@example.com.