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The 5th CSIS-GRIPS-RSIS Webinar ”Evaluation of the Signing of the RCEP Agreement and Prospect for Regional Economic Integration in Asia”

The GRIPS Alliance of the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) will hold the 5th Webinar in cooperation with leading think tanks in Southeast Asia, including the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Indonesia and the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Singapore.


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Mega-FTAs used to play two roles in order to partially supplement the slow-moving World Trade Organization (WTO): promoting further liberalization and establishing new international rules. With the recent turmoil in the international trading regime due to the loosening policy discipline and the US-China confrontation, a couple of new roles have been added, i.e.,  reducing policy risks and forming a pro-trade middle-power coalition. How can we assess and effectively utilize the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) from such a perspective? This webinar will discuss the significance of the RCEP and the prospect for regional economic integration in ASEAN and East Asia.



kimura Dr. Djisman Simandjuntak Dr. Dipinder Singh Randhawa

        Prof. Fukunari Kimura      Prof. Djisman Simandjuntak       Dr. Dipinder Singh Randhawa



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Date / Time 2021.02.05 1100-1230 hours, Japan time
SpeakerSpeaker: Prof. Fukunari KIMURA, Professor of Keio University
Discassant: Prof. Djisman Simandjuntak, Chair of the Board of Directors, CSIS Foundation
Discassant: Dr. Dipinder Singh Randhawa, Adjunct Senior Fellow, RSIS
Venue Online (Zoom Webinar)
Fee Free
Language English (Simultaneous interpretation to Japanese available)
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