Implications of Russia-Ukraine situation
Sat, 11 Jun 2022
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Online Event via Zoom
Geopolitical trends in both regional and international politics in the past decade have been dominated by USA-China strategic competition. Dubbed as the New Cold War, the superpower rivalry has affected how countries interact with each other as both powers vie for dominance in Asia. In the midst of this, Russia has invaded Ukraine, sparking international condemnation. While it may be considered as an issue that is too far from home, Singapore has taken a decisive stance and is the only ASEAN member state to impose economic sanctions on Russia. China’s support for Russia is also concerning and may affect its approach towards Asia.
In the face of these, what are their implications on the ASEAN region and what can ASEAN do? Join us as we examine how the superpower rivalry plays into existing geopolitical trends in trade and foreign policy as well as the implications of Russia-Ukraine situation.
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