Since the end of World War II, the US has consistently taken a leading role in addressing global challenges. President Trump’s views, best known as “America First,” directly contradict with views of his predecessors in the past 70 years, highlighting “G-Zero,” a leaderless world. For all of us, it is critical to understand the ongoing changes of the United States' role in the world, its changing priorities, and the way these changes impact key policies, diplomatic relationships with its allies and rivals, and global trade and business environment.
In this seminar, Mr. Alexander Kazan, Managing Director of Eurasia Group, the largest geopolitical risk consultancy group in the world, will address various impacts of the Trump Presidency (both domestic and international) and introduce the Eurasia Group’s methodology to analyze risks. Through this seminar, the audience will get an overview of the global risk landscape, which will be further explored and discussed in the two-day executive education program, Strategic Risk Management: Threats and Opportunities in Global Politics, held on October 25th and 26th, 2017 at GLOBIS.
Friday, June 30, 2017
19:00 - 21:00
For General Public: 2,000 yen
For GLOBIS Students & Alumni: 1,000 yen
English (No translation provided)
※ Please pay the registration fee at the door
Part 1: Presentation by Mr. Alexander Kazan
Part 2: Dialogue Session with Mr. Tadahiro Wakasugi
Part 3: Q&A
Managing Director, Global Strategy and Analytics
Alexander Kazan is Eurasia Group's lead emerging markets strategist and also directs the firm's comparative research, including quantitative approaches to political risk. Alex led the development of Eurasia Group's Political Risk Country Portfolio, a systematic comparative framework for analyzing the market pricing of political risk across emerging markets. Former investment strategist at Goldman Sachs and Daiwa Asset Management.
Professor, Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University
M.S. (Engineering), University of Tokyo
MBA, London Business School
Mr. Wakasugi has significant expertise in strategy, capability development and organizational development for organizations. Prior to joining GLOBIS, he worked for management consulting firm Booz & Company for 10 years, helping leading companies develop their strategies and essential capabilities.
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