• The Invasion of Ukraine and its implications in the Indo-Pacific and beyond

    Indo-Pacific Policy Dialogue (In-Person Tokyo)

    24 February, 18:30-20:00 (Tokyo)

    Graphic of the first Indo-Pacific Dialogue in-person event at Tokyo with the Ukrainian Ambassador to Japan

    On February 24th, 2022, the sovereign state of Ukraine was invaded by Russia. Ukraine, with support from Western partners, continues to fight for its freedom and the preservation of the Post-WW II rules-based order that has brought peace, development and stability. The use of force to change borders and enforce a sphere of influence in Europe has transformed the European security landscape but it also has had implications for the Indo-Pacific region.

     

    In order to better understand the invasion of Ukraine and its implications for the Indo-Pacific and beyond, this Indo-Pacific Policy Dialogue in-person event is co-hosted by JICUF and Ritsumeikan Asia-Pacific University (APU) to invite Sergiy Korsunsky, Ukrainian Ambassador to Japan to share his views. Participants will gain a better understanding of the invasion of Ukraine and its implications for the Indo-Pacific and beyond. The discussion will be moderated by Dr.Stephen NAGY, YCAP’s Director of Policy Studies. Closing remarks will be addressed by Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University(APU) co-host representative.

     

     

    *Please bring a photo ID upon reception*

    Time: 18:30-20:00

    Location: Sapia Tower, 3rd Floor Reception Desk, 1-7-12 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

    100-0005

    (In Japanese) 〒100-0005 東京都千代田区丸の内1-7-12 サピアタワー3階

    Closest from Tokyo Station's Nihonbashi Entrance, or Otemachi Station's Exit B7

    Map (Click 交通アクセス): https://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/tokyocampus/access/

     

    Please use this link to register.
     

     

    Speakers:

     

    Ambassador Sergiy Korsunsky has extensive professional experience with strategic planning and development, including energy, trade and investment policy, energy security, regional security, science and technology. He is a well-known expert on the geopolitical issues.

     

    Author of more than 320 academic papers and other publications including 7 books, among them "Nonlinear waves in dispersive and dissipative systems with coupled fields" (Addison, Wesley. Longman, 1997), “Technology Transfer in the United States” (Kyiv, 2005), “Energy Diplomacy” (Kyiv, 2008), “Foreign Policy in Times of Transformations” (Kharkiv, 2020).

     

    Ambassador Korsunsky holds a diplomatic rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. He also holds a Doctor of Science Degree in Applied Mathematics since 1991. He is honored with several awards by the President and Government of Ukraine.

     

     

     

    Cost: Free of charge

    Moderator: Dr. Stephen Nagy

    Co-hosted by: Ritsumeikan, Asia-Pacific University (APU), Japan International Christian University Foundation (JICUF)
    Format: This event will be off-the-record. Questions are encouraged.

    Registration: Required via this Link.