With growing interdependencies between states, economic developments in Asia are increasingly intertwined with geopolitics. What are the impacts of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the Silk Road Fund and other China-led global development institutions on the region’s economic relations? What are the likely consequences of geopolitical rivalries over energy and natural resources? How is China’s economic slowdown likely to affect the regional stability? The panel of leading experts on the region’s economic and energy security will discuss the implications of the interplay between geopolitics and economics in Asia.

David Asher
Adjunct Senior Fellow
Center for a New American Security

Brahma Chellaney
Professor of Strategic Studies
Center for Policy Research

Nobuo Tanaka
The Sasakawa Peace Foundation

Ken Jimbo (Moderator)
Associate Professor
Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University

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