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Panel discussion

Visions of China

May 15, 10:00-11:30
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Japan, Visions of China [1981]

China’s aspirations for dominance in the international arena may have been overshadowed by Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, but there is no indication that they have receded. Meanwhile, developments such as the signing of the AUKUS Treaty have increased tensions between China and the US.

Speakers

Bonnie S. Glaser

Director of the Asia Program, German Marshall Fund of the United States

Natasha Kassam

Director, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy, Lowy Institute

C. Raja Mohan

Senior Fellow, Asia Society Policy Institute

Eng Hen Ng

Minister for Defence, Republic of Singapore

Moderator

Bobo Lo

Independent International Relations Analyst, IFRI, Lowy Institute, Center for European Policy Analysis

  • How do China’s neighbours assess the impact of the war in Ukraine on China, and on the power balance in the Indo Pacific region and globally?
  • Have China’s strategic options and ambitions changed?
  • How should regional and global players respond?
  • Are the different interests and strategic goals of various actors a risk to international security?

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