Kosal gives invited talk to US-Japan Dialogues on Game-Changing Technology

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Nunn School Associate Professor Margaret E. Kosal gave an invited talk at the “21st Century Technologies, Geopolitics, and the US-Japan Alliance: Recognizing Game-changing Potential” series

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On the 12th of October, Nunn School Associate Professor Margaret E. Kosal gave an invited talk at the “21st Century Technologies, Geopolitics, and the US-Japan Alliance: Recognizing Game-changing Potential” series sponsored by Pacific Forum, US Embassy Tokyo, the Center for Rule-making Strategies (CRS) at Tama University, Keio University Global Research Institute, and the Oist Foundation.

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On the 12th of October, Nunn School Associate Professor Margaret E. Kosal gave an invited talk at the “21st Century Technologies, Geopolitics, and the US-Japan Alliance: Recognizing Game-changing Potential” series sponsored by Pacific ForumUS Embassy Tokyo, the Center for Rule-making Strategies (CRS) at Tama University, Keio University Global Research Institute, and the Oist Foundation. This virtual series brings together experts from the region to discuss game-changing technologies for national and international security in the context of the US-Japan alliance, examining several foundational technologies and game-changing applications.

Kosal spoke on “Game-changing Biotechnology:  Security, Proliferation, & Governance Challenges.” Using technical scholarship, social science methods, and current affairs, she outlined how to these game-changers may affect geopolitics and international security to shape the future.

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Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP), Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

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Special Events and Guest Speakers, Policy, Social Sciences, and Liberal Arts
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geopolitics, Biotechnology, security, proliferation
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  • Created On: Oct 30, 2020 - 8:46am
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