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ASEAN-UK Dialogue on “The Future of ASEAN-UK Cooperation, Post-Brexit”

08 Nov ASEAN-UK Dialogue on “The Future of ASEAN-UK Cooperation, Post-Brexit”

As the world grows more tumultuous amid political upheavals that resonate far beyond the national boundaries of any one single nation, the partnerships that ASEAN and the UK have cultivated over decades of shared history will begin to assume an even greater importance than ever before. This Dialogue, hosted by the Singapore Institute of International Affairs and Chatham House, will discuss some of the overarching challenges that will necessitate ongoing collaboration between ASEAN and the UK in years to come. This includes the upkeep of the rules-based international system, which has enabled nations to participate in networks of free trade and commerce, environmental issues, and the looming existential threat of climate change. Of equal importance are the sweeping changes that will be brought about by the development of the digital economy, and a fast-evolving regional security architecture.

Panel Keynotes:
The Right Honourable Mark Field MP, Minister of State for Asia and the Pacific United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Mr. Sam Tan Chin Siong, Minister of State for the Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Manpower and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Singapore

Panellists:
H.E. Dr Rizal Sukma, Indonesia Ambassador to the UK, and former Executive Director of CSIS Indonesia
Mr. Adam Ward, Deputy Director of Chatham House

Moderator:
Associate Professor Simon Tay, Chairman, Singapore Institute of International Affairs


Event Details
Topic: The Future of ASEAN-UK Cooperation Post-Brexit
Date: Thursday, 8 November 2018
Time: 5:30pm – 9:00pm (Registration begins at 5:30pm; Dinner will be provided.)
Venue: Eden Hall
28 Nassim Road
Singapore 258403

Programme
5:30pm Registration
6:00pm Panel Discussion: The Future of ASEAN-UK Cooperation Post-Brexit
7:00pm Dinner and Networking Reception hosted by the British High Commission
9:00pm END

Registration:
This event is exclusive to SIIA members only. If you wish to express your interest in joining the talk, please kindly email us at [email protected]