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This is the third in a three-part series of a discussion between executives at the Asia Pacific Initiative (API) — research director Yuichi Hosoya, a professor at Faculty of Law, Keio University; Ken Jimbo, executive director for the Japan-U.S. Military Statesmen Forum and a professor at Keio University; and senior research fellow Kazuto Suzuki, a professor at the University of Tokyo — on geoeconomics surrounding the Russia-Ukraine war and changes in international order.

KS: In the last two parts, we discussed the characteristics of the Russia-Ukraine war, the role of the United Nations in the international order, deterrence capabilities and the effectiveness of economic sanctions.

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