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    Seminar: A rules-based international liberal order: cooperation between Europe, Japan and likeminded countries

    The rise of emerging powers and a significant questioning of some key pillars of the liberal order in some OECD countries bring uncertainty to the durability of the current international order. Despite its shortcomings, this open and rule-based international order has created conditions for reaching unprecedented levels of socioeconomic development across the world. In this context, Europe and Japan should redouble their efforts to reinvest the features of the liberal order that favor inclusiveness and fairness. Doing so, they will make less likely that rising powers will resort to force to secure their interest. Moreover, the joint reinforcement and improvement of the liberal order is the more effective strategy for facing both daunting traditional security threats, like the North Korean nuclear crisis, and the provision of global common goods as epitomized by the UN sustainable development goals. This call for from Spain for deepening EU-Japan cooperation is quite timely, since 2018 marks the 150th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Spain and Japan.

    Período del evento: Del 5 al 6 de febrero de 2018

    Lugar del evento: Fundación Botín, Calle Castelló, 18, 28001 Madrid

    Organizador: Real Instituto Elcano de Estudios Internacionales y Estratégicos

    Tel: 917 816 770
    Email: mario.esteban@rielcano.org