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  • US-CHINA RELATIONS UNDER STRESS: STRATEGIC COMPETITION IN A PANDEMIC

    US-CHINA RELATIONS UNDER STRESS: STRATEGIC COMPETITION IN A PANDEMIC

    The Covid-19 crisis has intensified the stresses on US-China relations, with Washington and Beijing challenging each other over a host of issues including the coronavirus, Hong Kong, trade, technological competition, and the activities of journalists. In this webinar, panelists will discuss the heightened tensions between the US and China, the outlook for the relationship in the run-up to the US presidential elections and beyond, and the global consequences of efforts to decouple the two economies.

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  • AGI x AGF webinar series: Latin America - Leadership Tests in the Pandemic

    AGI x AGF webinar series: Latin America - Leadership Tests in the Pandemic

    Latin America, particularly Brazil, has become a focus of attention as the Covid-19 pandemic continues. The economic and social devastation caused by the public-health crisis will have a long-lasting impact on what is one of the world’s most unequal regions.

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  • Quantitative History Webinar Series - 海上絲路歷史中不同文明的表現

    Quantitative History Webinar Series - 海上絲路歷史中不同文明的表現

    Zhiwu Chen, Director of the Asia Global Institute, Chair Professor of Finance and Victor and William Fung Professor in Economics at The University of Hong Kong, will discuss the topic, "海上絲路歷史中不同文明的表現".

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  • “The Decline of the West”: What Is It, And Why Might It Matter?

    “The Decline of the West”: What Is It, And Why Might It Matter?

    The international order created under the auspices of “American hegemony” appears to be unraveling during the erratic and nationalistic leadership of Donald Trump, and the growing geopolitical and geoeconomic competition between the US and China. 

    This AsiaGlobal Paper by Mark Beeson analyses these developments by putting them in historical context, considering what was distinctive about the “rise of the West”, and explaining why the relative decline of American influence may prove so consequential.

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  • Quantitative History Webinar Series - The Origin of the State: Land Productivity or Appropriability?

    Quantitative History Webinar Series - The Origin of the State: Land Productivity or Appropriability?

    Luigi Pascali, Associate Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, will discuss the topic, "The Origin of the State: Land Productivity or Appropriability?"

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  • AGI x AGF Webinar: India Lockdown - Challenges to Saving Lives and Livelihood

    AGI x AGF Webinar: India Lockdown - Challenges to Saving Lives and Livelihood

    The world’s biggest coronavirus lockdown in India may save lives — but it has put the livelihood of millions of impoverished citizens and migrant workers, and India’s economy at stake. Who will pay the ultimate price? What are the lockdown’s implications on the nation’s foreign policy? What can NGOs do to support the underprivileged, while grappling with financial problems of their own?

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