Monday 21 November 2022 at 12pm
Fővám tér 9
Our expert panel will examine the concept of the Indo-Pacific, and assess the region’s importance to global political and economic dynamics.
The panel will consider the current economic and security situation in the Indo-Pacific, the outlook for the near-term, and the key challenges and opportunities presented.
And they will discuss Europe, Hungary and Australia’s respective approaches to the Indo-Pacific region, and how those approaches may be changing in response to contemporary developments.
The panel discussion will be co-hosted by the Australian Embassy, the Corvinus University of Budapest, and the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Please RSVP by Tuesday 17 November at: [email protected]
- Ms Ágnes Szunomár, Head of Institute of Global Studies, Corvinus University
- Mr Márton Ugrósdy, Deputy State Secretary and Head, Office of the Prime Minister’s Political Director
- Mr Emil Stojanovski, Deputy Head of Mission, Australian Embassy to Hungary
Moderated by Mr Tamás Péter Baranyi, Deputy Director for Strategy, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade