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Addressing nuclear challenges and connectivity issues in Asia: the Free and Open Indo-Pacific
február 26 @ 13:00 - 17:00
The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade
has the pleasure to invite you to the conference entitled
Addressing nuclear challenges and connectivity issues
the Free and Open Indo-Pacific
to be held on
26th February (Wednesday) between 13.00-17.00
Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade
13-15. Bérc Street, Budapest 1016
See the agenda below for the draft program.
The event is public, but registration is required.
Please register by 24th February 13:00 am.
The language of the conference shall be English.
Please note that any audiovisual recording of the event can only be made upon the prior express, written approval of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade.
|12.40 – 13.00||Registration|
|13.00 – 13.20||Opening remarks
H.E. Ms. Kuni SATO, Japan’s Ambassador to Hungary
Mr. András BARANYI, Deputy State Secretary for Eastern Relations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary
Mr. Márton UGRÓSDY, Director, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary
|13:20 – 15:00||Nuclear challenges in Northeast Asia and how to handle them
Moderator: Mr. Tamás BARANYI, Deputy Director, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary
Amb. Mr. Sándor KUSAI, Researcher, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary
CV Mr. Hugues EUDELINE, (ret, Marine Nationale), Vice President, Institut culturel et géopolitique Jacques Cartier, France
Mr. Bonji OHARA, Senior Fellow, Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Japan
Mr. Kei HAKATA, Professor, Seikei University, Japan
|15:00 – 15:15||Coffee break|
|15.15 – 16:45||Free and Open Indo-Pacific and Connectivity between Europe and Asia: Arguments based on rule of law
Moderator: Mr. Márton UGRÓSDY, Director, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary
Ms. Katarzyna A. NAWROT, Assistant Professor, Poznan University of Economics, Poland
Mr. Matt FERCHEN, Head of Program, Mercator Institute for China Studies, Germany
Ms. Kyoko HATAKEYAMA, Assistant Professor, Kansai Gaidai University, Japan
Amb. Mr. Shōtaro OSHIMA, Chairman, Institute for International Economic Studies, Japan
|16.45 – 17.00||Closing remarks|