Asia's Geopolitical Chessboard: Avoiding Checkmate

Asia's Geopolitical Chessboard: Avoiding Checkmate

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Geopolitical risk has become an ever-more important consideration for businesses with global supply chains and multinational operations. Global tensions, especially between the US and China over trade and technology, have heightened uncertainties and depressing economic activity. Meanwhile, regional disputes involving the South China Sea, North Korea, and Hong Kong are still in play. Our panel of experts share their analysis of the shifting geopolitical landscape and its implications. Who will make the next move? Who will blink first?

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James Crabtree

Associate Professor of Practice, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

 

Speakers

Parag Khanna

Founder and Managing Partner, FutureMap

 

Farah Pandith

Author, "How We Win"; Former US Diplomat and Senior Fellow, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

 

John Park

Director, Korea Project, Harvard Kennedy School

 

James G. Stavridis

Operating Executive, The Carlyle Group; Admiral, US Navy (Ret); Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO

 

Kurt Tong

Partner, The Asia Group, LLC; Former Consul General of the United States of America to Hong Kong and Macau

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Published January 19, 2020