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Series: Global Governance & Diplomacy Public Speaker Series
Speaker: Professor Yasushi Watanabe and Professor Corneliu Bjola
Event date: 1 May 2019
Event time:16:00 – 18:00
Venue: Oxford Department of International Development
3 Mansfield Road
Venue details: Seminar Room 1
Event type: Lectures and seminars
Event cost: Free
Disabled access?: Yes
Booking required: Not required
Further information: https://www.qeh.ox.ac.uk/node/25539
Amidst the flux of the liberal international order, Japan’s public diplomacy [JB emphasis], which relies solely on its cultural uniqueness, is inadequate.
Professor Yasushi Watanabe of Keio University proposes new principles for an age where the diplomatic sphere is expanding from negotiation tactics to agenda setting and norm setting. In this presentation, Professor Watanabe will review the trajectory of Japan’s public diplomacy. its challenges and possibilities, with particular attention to the Tokyo 2020 Games.
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Wondering what to expect from Brexit now that the UK Parliament has upheld its confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May's government but voted against her Brexit deal? Join us on Feb 6 for British Consul General Andrew Staunton's talk “Leaving the EU: Impact on UK-US Relations.” 3-4:15pm, 1116 West Seminar Room Klaus Advanced Computing Building.
More about Consul General Andrew Straunton:
Andrew Staunton took up his appointment in Atlanta as Her Majesty’s Consul General in June 2018. Andrew is the senior UK government representative in the Southeast United States responsible for relations with the states of Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi and Alabama. He leads a team which works to promote UK-US trade and investment, support British nationals, conduct public diplomacy [JB emphasis] on key issues, and build scientific and research co-operation. He also sits on the Marshall Scholarship selection committee.
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