2020 has significantly challenged and re-defined previously accepted norms regarding cross border interaction, trade and investment, international relations and diplomacy. It is a year that has tested our understanding of geopolitics and rules-based systems, and we are now seeing greater signs of protectionism and economic nationalism.
Restrictions on the movement of people, as well as international travel and trade have already impacted local economies, the global economy and the future of work.
Are we experiencing a breakdown of globalisation, a reversal, or is 2020 merely a speed-bump?
What impact does all of this have on emerging leaders?
Join us as we discuss these trends and important questions with expert panellists in trade and investment, international tourism, maritime security, diplomacy and international affairs.
Date: 2 November 2020 (Monday)
Time: 5:30pm to 7:00pm (AEDT)
Venue: Online Zoom Webinar (Link to be forwarded upon registration)
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