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Competing Regionalisms

Dr Paul Gillespie, Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, UCD School of Politics and International Relations

07-Aug-17 09:30

Competing Regionalisms

The former Foreign Policy Editor for The Irish Times, our guest today was in town of the Asia- Europe Conference 2017. We speak to him about developments in globalisation, rising populism, the prospects of a multi-polar world, the rise of China and the retreat of the US and where South East Asia fits into this broad canvas.


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