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The results of the 2020 United States presidential election will have an unprecedented impact on the future development of the Western-dominated international order, which, driven by the forces of globalization and the rise of China, has dangerously decayed over the last decade.
After the U.S. elections, will the international order stand at a crossroad of facing a further acceleration of decay or not? What are the prospects for the U.S.–China relations – or for a New Cold War? What does the COVID-19 crisis imply for the U.S. in resuming the leadership role? And how do Germany, with its key position in Europe, and Japan, as China’s most important counterweight in East Asia, respond to the challenges in safeguarding the international order? How will their roles and options be affected by the U.S. election results? What can Germany and Japan achieve together? How can strategies such as the German Government policy guidelines on the Indo-Pacific region or the EU-Japan Strategic Partnership Agreement be assessed?
To discuss these questions, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, the Japanese-German Center Berlin, the Asia Pacific Initiative, and the German Institute for International and Security Affairs would like to invite you and your colleagues to a
Virtual Panel Discussion on Zoom
After the U.S. elections: what Germany and Japan should do to safeguard the international order
November 10, 2020 (Tuesday)
18:00 – 19:15 (JST) / 10:00 – 11:15 (CET)
Welcome Videos by
Hon. Johann WADEPHUL (Member of the Bundestag, Germany. Christian Democratic Union)
Hon. KIUCHI Minoru (Member of the House of Representative, National Diet of Japan. Liberal Democratic Party)
Welcome Remarks by
Dr. Julia MÜNCH (Secretary General, JDZB)
With a Keynote Statement by
H.E. Ambassador Ina LEPEL (Embassy of Germany to Japan, Tokyo, Member of JDZB Foundation Board)
Prof. Dr. HOSOYA Yuichi (Professor; Department of Political Science, Keio University, Tōkyō, and Senior Consulting Fellow, Asia Pacific Initiative API, Tōkyō)
Prof. Dr. Hanns MAULL (Senior Distinguished Fellow; German Institute for International and Security Affairs SWP, Berlin and Adjunct Professor of International Relations, Bologna Center, Johns Hopkins University, Bologna)
PD Dr. habil. Markus KAIM (Senior Fellow; German Institute for International and Security Affairs SWP, Berlin, and Adjunct Professor, Department for Political Science, University of Zurich)
The discussion will be moderated by
Rabea BRAUER (Representative Tokyo Office, Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation, KAS)
The event will be held in English. For further details and your virtual participation via Zoom, please visit our event website from the link below. Registration should be made by November 3, Japan time. Registration could close before November 3 depending on the capacity.
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