Invitation to public event
7 November 2022, 19:30-21:00
Venue: Diplomatic Academy, Favoritenstraße 15A 1040 Vienna
A world of deepening great power competition has seen the rise of new "mega-regional" concepts: Eurasia and the Indo-Pacific. Dynamics involving Russia and China are becoming increasingly interlinked, with the US facing the possibility of a two-front crisis involving Ukraine and Taiwan somewhere down the road. This begs the question of where Europe fits into this larger and more integrated security space, especially given recent trends pointing to the revitalization of the transatlantic partnership. This discussion will examine the implications for European security resulting from the seeming rise of these "mega-regions", taking into account factors such as the state of the Sino-Russian partnership, Russia’s war against Ukraine and the future of liberal internationalism.
The public discussion is part of a joint project “Mega-regions and European security” by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung’s Regional Office for International Cooperation (FES ROCPE) and the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP).
Prof. Dr. Patrick Müller, Vienna School of International Studies
Public discussion followed by Q&A
The event will be held in English.
Please kindly register for this event following the link: da-vienna.ac.at/events