Join us for this talk with Stewart Patrick, James H. Binger senior fellow in global governance and director of the International Institutions and Global Governance Program, Council on Foreign Relations, on the U.S., China, and the future of the Asia Pacific. This discussion will be chaired by Professor Yves Tiberghien with UBC’s Department of Political Science.
12:45 pm – 2:00 pm
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
C.K. Choi Building Room 120
Light lunch provided
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In this talk, Mr. Patrick will address two things that will shape trans-Pacific international relations in the years to come: 1) whether or how Chinese and American views of regional order can be reconciled, given their competing norms and visions; and 2) what role the U.S. alliance system might play in reassuring allies around security flashpoints, such as the East and South China Seas and the Korean Peninsula.
Bio: Stewart M. Patrick is James H. Binger senior fellow in global governance and director of the International Institutions and Global Governance (IIGG) Program at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). His areas of expertise include multilateral cooperation on global issues; U.S. policy toward international institutions, including the United Nations; and the challenges posed by fragile and post–conflict states. Patrick is the author of The Sovereignty Wars: Reconciling America with the World, as well as Weak Links: Fragile States, Global Threats, and International Security. He also writes the blog, The Internationalist.
Hosted by: The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and the Institute of Asian Research, as part of the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs. With support from a U.S. Embassy’s Public Affairs Grant.