Implications of a Power Vacuum in East Asia
Kuni Miyake, President, Foreign Policy Institute, Tokyo
Chair: John Nilsson-Wright, Senior Research Fellow, Asia Programme, Chatham House
In East Asia, provocations from North Korea have developed into a serious, global
, threat. Other flashpoints, such as the South China Sea, remain active in the background. As a result, uncertainty in the international order has increased. In light of the effect of these and other security dynamics in East Asia, the speaker will provide a geopolitical analysis of major power vacuums in world history, and outline a vision of the future of the region.
This event is funded by The Nippon Foundation and held in partnership with The Nippon Foundation and the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.