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In Conversation: The American Feminist Art Movement & its Impact on Contemporary Art

Join us for in-conversation event between Professor Judith K. Brodsky and Dr. Ferris Olin chaired by Marjorie W. Martay at Murray Edwards College.

Britain's role in the Indo-Pacific

Fri 26 May 2023

Downing College

Over the last few years, the UK has sought to increase focus on and engagement with the countries in the Indo-Pacific region, both politically and economically. Britain’s 'Indo-Pacific tilt' reflects a strategic shift in the UK's foreign policy priorities towards the region and the latest strategy in the government’s ongoing Global Britain policy. Driven by the growing economic importance of the region, the rise of China, and the UK's desire to strengthen its global role after Brexit, Britain's ambition is to become, in the words of the 2021 Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy "the European partner with the broadest and most integrated presence in the Indo-Pacific."

Join us for a discussion on the rationale, risks, and preliminary results of Britain’s ongoing attempts to play a larger role in the Indo-Pacific.

Panelists:

Doug Chalmers, Master of Emmanuel College
Catherine West, MP
Chair: Professor William Hurst, Centre for Geopolitics

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Fri 26 May 2023 3:30PM - 5:00PM

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Address: Downing College
Howard Theatre
Regent Street
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB2 1DQ
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