Asia Institute Seminar “How to create momentum for peace and stability with Russia and China”

How to create momentum for peace and stability with Russia and China 

Monday, May 2, 2022

8:00-9:30 PM

(Seoul Time)

The conflict in the Ukraine has created strains in the international community, and the threat of a rapidly escalating global conflict, that could rend asunder the international institutions that we have grown familiar with and leave us facing an unfamiliar diplomatic landscape. We face the serious risk of a full-spectrum confrontation with China and Russia right now, perhaps even at the same time. This outcome would be a challenge we have not seen in our lifetime. The time has come to focus and to take positive action.

The seminar will bring together a group of experts to discuss the nature of the current geopolitical breakdown and to propose concrete measures that we can take that will produce a momentum towards peace, and away from war. The process will be slow, but it demands our full attention.

Moderator

Emanuel Pastreich

President

The Asia Institute

 

Speakers:

Lieutenant General (retired) In-Bum Chun

Expert, National Bureau of Asian Research

(Vice President, MIG Alley; Council Member, Global SOF Foundation)

 

Professor B. R. Deepak 

Chair, Centre for Chinese and Southeast Asian Studies

Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi India

 

Mr. Steven Sahiounie

Chief editor

MidEast Discourse

 

Professor Rajiv Ranjan

Associate Professor ,College of Liberal Arts

Institute of Global Studies,

Shanghai University, China

 

Dr. Lakhvinder Singh

Director, Peace and Security studies

The Asia Institute

 

Ararat Kostanian

Research Fellow

Institute of Oriental Studies

National Academy of Sciences of Armenia

 

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“How to create momentum for peace and stability with Russia and China”

Date: Monday, May 2, 2022

8:00-9:30 PM (Seoul Time)

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https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82775581452?pwd=MXpFQWdEbUdwQkV0S1BLMGFNUzZHQT09

Meeting ID: 827 7558 1452
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