The 1st FPCI-GRIPS Public Forum “Geopolitical Landscape: Update on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine and its Impact on Indo-Pacific Political Security Dynamic ”
GRIPS is collaborating with FPCI (Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia) in convening the FPCI-GRIPS Public Forum, an open public webinar series where experts and policymakers can discuss the most pressing issues of international affairs and foreign policy with researchers and students across Southeast Asia and Japan.
At the 1st forum of the year 2023, we will focus on “Geopolitical Landscape”, especially on the Russian invasion of Ukraine and its impact on the Indo-Pacific Political Security Dynamic.
What is the implication of the ongoing war in Ukraine for world politics? An important observation is that the war shows the world is multipolar because not all countries condemn Russia or support the war – for instance, India, which has its own position on the war. The war in Ukraine has changed the landscape of global security and the geopolitical paradigm of the Indo-Pacific region. The war has continued to destabilize the world economy with the disruption of the global supply chain and price shocks for commodities such as oil, grain, and raw materials.
Experts from ASEAN, Australia, Japan, etc. will be invited to discuss current issues and future prospects.
Please join us and watch the forum!
Refer to the e-flyer here.
〇 Date and Time: Mon, August 21, 2023, at 16:00-17:30(Japan time)
〇 Format of the Webinar: Zoom webinar
〇 Participation Fees: Free
〇 Language: English(No interpretation)
〇 Theme: “Geopolitical Landscape: Update on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine and its Impact on Indo-Pacific Political Security Dynamic ”.
〇Points to be discussed
・Update on the European security situation: what is the state of the security situation in Europe? What has changed? What are the possible scenarios ahead from a European perspective? What solutions are currently on the table?
・How has the ongoing war in Ukraine affected the geopolitical dynamic in the Indo- Pacific region? What does the war mean for ASEAN, QUAD, and the Indo-Pacific region?
・How should ASEAN respond to the situation to ensure peace and stability in the Indo- Pacific region?
〇How to access the forum(Pre-registration is required)
Please register via below URL and you will receive an invitation email.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fpci-grips-virtual-public-forum-tickets-691571357547?aff=oddtdtcreator
1.Prof. Rory Medcalf, Head of National Security College, Australian National University
2.Ms. Izzah Ibrahim, Analyst of Foreign Policy and Security Studies Programme, ISIS Malaysia
3.Dr. Ryo Sahashi, Associate Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo
Ms. Neysa Amella, FPCI Women on Foreign Policy Fellow
〇Program (Japan Time)
16:00～16:05 Welcoming Remarks, Representative from FPCI, Dr. Dino Patti Djalal
16:05～16:10 Opening Remarks, GRIPS Alliance Senior Fellow, Amb. Masato Watanabe
16:10～17:05 Moderated Discussion
17:05～17:25 Q&A Session
Any questions, please contact GRIPS Alliance Administrative Office via email（grips-a.webinargrips.ac.jp）.