Trump Shock and the Indo-Pacific: Implications for our Region
Thursday 23 February 2017, 5.00pm-6.00pm RSVP BY CLICKING HERE
Confucius Institute at The University of Western Australia, the Perth USASIA Centre and the Asia Research Centre at Murdoch University invite you to join an expert panel to discuss:
- How will the Indo-Pacific region’s economic and security architecture adjust, particularly after U.S. withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
- What will U.S. leadership in the Indo-Pacific look like under the Trump Administration?
- How will Chinese and other policymakers likely respond to the Trump agenda on trade, alliances and regional diplomacy
Dr Jeffrey Wilson
Dr Wilson is a Research Fellow at the Perth USAsia Centre and the Asia Research Centre at Murdoch University. He is an international political economist who specialises in economic regionalism in the Indo-Pacific. He has consulted for government and business on regional trade issues and is a frequent television and print commentator on Australia’s place in the Asian region.
Professor Baogang He
Professor He is an Alfred Deakin Professor and Chair in International Relations at Deakin University in Victoria. Professor He has forged an international reputation for his depth of knowledge on China’s political and economic structures and China’s Asian relationships. He is a former fellow of many regional universities and has advised government and international organisaitons.
Professor Kanishka Jayasuriya
Professor Jayasuriya is a Professor of Politics and Internatonal Studies and a Fellow of the Asia Research Centre at Murdoch University in Perth. He has long held teaching and research appointments in Australian and international universities, focusing primarily on changing dynamics in Asian civil society, Indo-Pacific governance and regional political and economic leadership.
Date: Thursday, 23rd February 2017
Time: 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Venue: The University Club of WA Auditorium,
Hackett Entrance #1, Hackett Drive, Crawley