Webinar: Security in South-East Asia: Emerging Challenges amid Geostrategic Competition
The online seminar titled: Security in South-East Asia: Emerging Challenges amid Geostrategic Competition will take place on March 28th, 10.00 AM CET. It is organized by Asia and Pacific Research Centre (IPS PAS) and Asia Study Centre (War Studies University).
The region of South-East Asia is one of the strategic areas of global economy and geopolitics, which importance exceeds the Malacca Strait. Overshadowed by the current military conflict in Eastern Europe, the region still faces conflicts and territorial disputes. Their security is also threatened by the China-US rivalry. Despite that, they face internal and transborder threats of terrorism, guerrilla crime, separatism, or cybercrime. During the debate, the experts will draw prospects of ongoing issues.
Joel Ng (RSIS Nanyang Technological University)
Jerzy Bayer (Jagiellonian University)
Dominika Janus (independent researcher)
Łukasz Stach (Jagiellonian University)
Katarzyna Golik (Polish Academy of Sciences)