Adapting to Covid-19: Malaysian foreign policy priorities for the new world

    Adapting to Covid-19: Malaysian foreign policy priorities for the new world

    Countries are swiftly moving towards adapting to a world where Covid-19 will most likely remain endemic. We are all becoming fluent in a new language: travel bubbles, vaccine passports, booster shots. Malaysia – and other countries – have new geopolitical realities to contend with and understanding these realities swiftly is paramount.  

    The world is not moving in lockstep. Some nations are opening faster than others. There is lots to do but what should be the priority for Malaysia’s foreign policy?  

    Join us as we discuss what can be done to promote global vaccine equity and concrete steps to position Malaysia to be at the forefront of the resumption of global economic activity.

    Date 8 September 2021
    Time 1015 – 1140 (UTC+8)
    Venue ISIS.Forum (Via Zoom Webinar)

     

    Recording of the event

    Event gallery

    Speakers


    YB Dato’ Saifuddin Abdullah
    Minister
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Malaysia


    Mr Herizal Hazri
    Chief Executive
    Institute of Strategic & International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia


    Dr Hoo Chiew-Ping
    Senior Lecturer
    Strategic Studies and International Relations Program
    National University of Malaysia (UKM)


    Dr Roy Anthony Rogers
    Senior Lecturer
    Department of International and Strategic Studies
    University of Malaya


    Datuk Dr Anis Yusal Yusoff
    Principal Research Fellow
    Institute of Ethnic Studies
    National University of Malaysia (UKM)

    Moderator and Co-moderator

    Moderator


    Izzah Ibrahim
    Researcher, Foreign Policy & Security Studies
    Institute of Strategic & International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia

    Co-moderator


    Thomas Daniel
    Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy & Security Studies
    Institute of Strategic & International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia

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