Cam Geopolitics (@CamGeopolitics )

Cam Geopolitics

Bio The Centre for Geopolitics at the University of Cambridge confronts the major problems of world order, past, present and future.
Location Cambridge, England
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Twitter Web App : Interested in the newly declassified United States Strategic Framework for the #IndoPacific?

Check out National Security Advisor Robert C. OBrien's statement, and the Framework released 21 years ahead of the scheduled date! #geopolitics #risingchina

Link: bit.ly/35Ir7br

Twitter Web App : New event - 100 Years of Diplomatic Relations: Estonia & UK

To commemorate when, on 26 January 1921, the United Kingdom gave formal de jure recognition to the Republic of #Estonia. #geopolitics

More information & register here: bit.ly/35dln9s

Twitter Web App : New Event - Launch of Baltics Geopolitics Programme

To increase understanding of the #geopolitics of the #Baltic and the UKs role in it.

Opened by HE Kersti Kaljulaid, the President of the Republic of Estonia.

Find out more & register here: bit.ly/2MHFAhv

Twitter Web App : Event report

Not had time to watch the video of our panelists discussing: One Belt One Road - Train Wreck or Masterstroke?

Then read the event report here: bit.ly/3gWTSph

#onebeltoneroad #risingchina #geopolitics twitter.com/CamGeopolitics…

Twitter Web App : Event report - Engelsberg Annual Lecture on International Order

“The essence of strategy is the struggle for freedom of action.” This quote by French general and military thinker André Beaufre was at the heart of Dr. Nadia Schadlow’s talk.

Read more: bit.ly/3qV3Oo4 twitter.com/CamGeopolitics…

Twitter Web App : Event video - "One Belt One Road: Train Wreck or Masterstroke?"

Watch panelists Eyke Freeman, Jon Hillman, and Theresa Fallon discuss if it is uber-strategic or horribly mismanaged. Chaired by the Centre's KC Lin. #onebeltoneroad #China

Catch up here: bit.ly/3n5mE9J twitter.com/CamGeopolitics…

Twitter Web App : Dont miss tonights Engelsberg Annual Lecture on International Order, by Dr Nadia Schadlow, former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategy, with comments from Prof Brendan Simms. Co-hosted with KCL Grand Strategy

8th Dec 18:00 (UK time)

Register: bit.ly/39Zkp3I

Twitter Web App : Join us this Wednesday for: One Belt One Road: Train Wreck or Masterstroke? with Eyke Freeman, Jon Hillman Jon Hillman, Theresa Fallon Theresa Fallon, chaired by the Centres KC Lin #onebeltoneroad

9 December 6-7pm (UK time)

Register here: bit.ly/2VOiqXW

Twitter Web App : Research Associate Dr Peak presents a normative account of legitimate humanitarian intervention, repositioning it within the context of its two most closely related practices: Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and liberal intervention.

Available here: bit.ly/3mHqRjA

Twitter Web App : Missed our panel discussion on "What should a reunited West look like?" Moderated by the Centre's Suzanne Raine. Then watch the video here: sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3352353 #atlanticcharter #transatlanticalliance twitter.com/CamGeopolitics…

Twitter Web App : Acting Director Dr Lin has been awarded grants from the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation and Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation. The grants will help finance the Maritime Asia: The Secularization of the China Seas in the 19th-21st centuries conference ✨

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Twitter Web App : Just over one week until we welcome Dr Nadia Schadlow, former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategy, to give the Engelsberg Annual Lecture on International Order. Don't forget to register! Cam Geopolitics kcl.ac.uk/events/the-eng…

Twitter Web App : Read our event report on Japans transitional leadership from Shinzo Abe to his successor Yoshihide Suga in light of challenges related to navigating Japan through the fallout of the COVID crisis and dealing with an increasingly assertive China.

bit.ly/2UWkMDr