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BIICL to Explore New Security Threats and the Future of Economic Globalization

Today BIICL announced a new multi-year project with the Graduate School of International Development of Nagoya University (Japan) to explore New Security Threats and the Future of Economic Globalization.

The inter-disciplinary (law and political science) research project funded by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  will explore the increasing tension between economic globalization and security issues.

It will examine whether the current trade and investment liberalisation framework, which draws heavily from the concept of 'national' security, has failed to address new security threats brought by rapid technological and social advancement.

The project is led by Dr Tomoko Ishikawa from Nagoya University (principal investigator)  and Professor Yarik Kryvoi  from the British Institute of International and Comparative Law.

More details about the project 

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