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The Rise of Asia and Its Impact on the Global Order: An Initiative Launch … – Harvard Law School News

Admission to this event is free.
A light lunch will be provided.
In-person registration will begin at 11:45 AM and you may register online at http://asiasociety.org/worldwide-locations/events/rise-asia-and-its-impact-global-order.

Asia’s rise to the center of the global economy will have profound implications for the post-1945 international order. Seventy years on, Asia’s growing economic and geopolitical role in the world is no longer reflected in the institutions of global governance established by the victors of the Second World War. Calls to reform the UN and Bretton Woods institutions are underpinned by undeniably shifting economic relativities, as well as regional security tensions and accelerating social and environmental pressures. Unless leaders take action to reform the institutions that sustain today’s international order in Asia’s favor, Asia and the world will face the risk that order itself will erode. How might Asia’s rise shape the post-1945 global order? And can this order be reformed to reflect new economic and power realities while remaining broadly rules-based?



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