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THE US PIVOT TO ASIA: RESPONSES IN EAST ASIA AND IMPLICATIONS FOR CENTRAL ASIA

US PIVOT TO ASIA: RESPONSES IN EAST ASIA AND IMPLICATIONS FOR CENTRAL ASIA
Prof. Hans Maull, German Institute for International and Security Affairs
Prof. Sebastian Harnisch, Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg

TUESDAY, 15 December
16:00–17:00 / HALL 237
Valikhanov Building / KIMEP UNIVERSITY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hanns W. Maull is Senior Distinguished Fellow with the German Institute for International and Security Affairs of the Foundation for Science and Policy (SWP) and Adjunct Professor of International Relations at the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies’ Bologna Center. Until 2013 he held the Chair for Foreign Policy and International Relations at the University of Trier in Germany until March 2013. He also served as the European Secretary (now European Director) of the Trilateral Commission, whose member he subsequently became.
Prof. Maull has published more than a dozen monographs, edited a number of books, and contributed widely to journals in German, English, French, Italian, and Japanese, including Foreign Affairs, International Affairs, Politique Etrangère and Chuo Koron. His most recent books include edited volumes on Germany´s Uncertain Power, Foreign Policy of the Berlin Republic, East Asia in the Age of Globalisation and Multilateralism in Asia-Pacific, Problems and Perspectives in the new Century (the latter two in German) and Global Shift: How the West Should Respond to the Rise of China, co-authored with other European and American experts and published by the Transatlantic Academy in Washington, DC.

Sebastian Harnisch is Professor for International Relations and the Executive Director at the Institut for Political Science (Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg). His research and publications encompass German and American Foreign Policy, European affairs, theories of International Relations, non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and Korean Affairs. His last major theoretical work is Role Theory in International Relations. Contemporary Approaches and Analyses, co-edited with C. Frank and H. Maull (New York: Routledge, 2011). In 2015 he co-edited China’s International Roles: Challenging or Supporting International Order? (London: Routledge, 2015).