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Council Chamber, Hunter Building

Gate 2, Kelburn Campus

Kelburn Parade, Victoria University of Wellington

Wellington

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The election of President Donald J. Trump and the consolidation of President Xi Jinping’s leadership in China have raised fundamental questions about the future of US-China relations and the shape of the economic and security order in the Asia-Pacific region. This one-day symposium brings together a group of leading international and local scholars to consider and debate what the Trump Administration’s policies might mean for the future of US-China relations and for the security and prosperity of the wider region, including New Zealand.

Speakers Include:

  • H. E. Bilahari Kausikan, Ambassador-at-Large, Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

  • Jamil Anderlini, Asia Editor, Financial Times

  • Merriden Varrall, Director, East Asia Program, Lowy Institute for International Policy

  • WANG Dong, School of International Studies, Peking University.

  • Bates Gill, Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University.

  • Ian Storey, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

  • SHAO Yuqun, Center for American Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies.

  • Toshihiro Nakayama, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University.

  • Natasha Hamilton-Hart, New Zealand Asia Institute, University of Auckland.

  • Robert Ayson, Centre for Strategic Studies, Victoria University of Wellington.

  • Brendan Taylor, Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University.

More information on the symposium is available here.



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Wellington

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