Launched in 2012, AsiaGlobal Dialogue (AGD) is Asia Global Institute’s flagship forum for constructive dialogue to bring out fresh insights and Asian perspectives on key global issues. 2019 AGD's discussions centered around Building a Sustainable Framework for a Globalized Economy.
In addition to partaking in study trips, company visits, lectures and leadership skills training by professors and practitioners, AsiaGlobal Fellows will have access to global thinkers and leaders via the institute’s network. Fellows will learn from each other and there will be ample opportunities for the Fellows to share knowledge and expertise through different platforms on and beyond the university campus. Check out the program highlights.
Asia Global Institute generates and disseminates innovative thinking, and business-relevant research on global issues from Asian perspectives. It aims to inform global policy and actions towards a prosperous and sustainable future for all.
In his regular column in Japanese publication Diamond Online, Yoshikazu Kato, Adjunct Associate Professor of the Asia Global Institute, explores how China’s government is coping with the COVID-19 outbreak and its implications.
In an interview with Phoenix TV, Asia Global Institute Adjunct Associate Professor Yoshikazu Kato discusses what the COVID-19 outbreak may mean for the Abe administration and the Tokyo Summer Olympics. Kato also shares his observations on how society has responded to the virus in Japan and Hong Kong.
2018 AsiaGlobal Fellow George Lwanda and John Chipembere Lwanda argue that Scotland has a moral obligation founded on its historical and cultural links with Malawi to publicly take a stand that supports and not compromises the democratic will of the people of Malawi.
Husein Reka, 2019 AsiaGlobal Fellow, was interviewed by RTK on the spread of COVID-19 and the economic impact the spread of the virus is causing.
In a Global Times article, Asia Global Institute Adjunct Associate Professor Yoshikazu Kato urges China and Japan to join the fight against COVID-2019 to promote bilateral relations, but adds that he does not believe "the outbreak will affect fundamental parts of China-Japan relations in the long run".