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    Chatham House forum: Is the West losing its power on the global stage?
    Updated: 2018-03-27 15:33

    Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm, 11 April

    Place: Chatham House, London

    Over most of the last century, major Western countries have used their dominant position within the international arena to spread liberal democratic values around the world and shape the institutional apparatus of the global order. But in the last few years, significant changes in the international power balance have begun taking place.

    With the US administration asserting a potentially isolationist ‘America First’ policy and populist and anti-EU movements gaining momentum across Europe, Western countries appear less willing and able to take on the mantle of global leadership. At the same time, other powers appear increasingly keen to challenge the established international hegemony and become more active on the world stage. China and India in particular are seeking to translate growing economic might into international influence and Russia has become heavily involved in military conflicts in Syria and Ukraine.

    About the speaker
    Kishore Mahbubani, Professor in the Practice of Public Policy and Dean, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore; President, United Nations Security Council (2001-02)

    Professor Kishore Mahbubani will present the case that the West's centuries-old status as the centre of global wealth and power is coming to an end. As emerging powers, previously less expressive at the supra-national level, begin to assert their power, he will argue that the West can no longer impose its influence and ideals on the world at large, and that, only by admitting its decline, can the West ready itself for any sort of strategic success in the long term. He will suggest that Western countries should adopt a new 3M strategy - minimalist, multilateral, and Machiavellian - to protect their long term interests on the global stage.

    For more information: https://www.chathamhouse.org/event/chatham-house-forum-west-losing-its-power-global-stage

    Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm, 11 April

    Place: Chatham House, London

    Over most of the last century, major Western countries have used their dominant position within the international arena to spread liberal democratic values around the world and shape the institutional apparatus of the global order. But in the last few years, significant changes in the international power balance have begun taking place.

    With the US administration asserting a potentially isolationist ‘America First’ policy and populist and anti-EU movements gaining momentum across Europe, Western countries appear less willing and able to take on the mantle of global leadership. At the same time, other powers appear increasingly keen to challenge the established international hegemony and become more active on the world stage. China and India in particular are seeking to translate growing economic might into international influence and Russia has become heavily involved in military conflicts in Syria and Ukraine.

    About the speaker
    Kishore Mahbubani, Professor in the Practice of Public Policy and Dean, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore; President, United Nations Security Council (2001-02)

    Professor Kishore Mahbubani will present the case that the West's centuries-old status as the centre of global wealth and power is coming to an end. As emerging powers, previously less expressive at the supra-national level, begin to assert their power, he will argue that the West can no longer impose its influence and ideals on the world at large, and that, only by admitting its decline, can the West ready itself for any sort of strategic success in the long term. He will suggest that Western countries should adopt a new 3M strategy - minimalist, multilateral, and Machiavellian - to protect their long term interests on the global stage.

    For more information: https://www.chathamhouse.org/event/chatham-house-forum-west-losing-its-power-global-stage

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