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10:00 - Introductions and introductory remarks (Chang Zhang (University of Warwick) and James McNally (University of Warwick) ‘Introducing the Technology and Global Governance Virtual Forum’

Session one: Global order in digital domains

10:30 - Maximilian Mayer (University of Nottingham Ningbo China) and Laura C. Mahrenbach (Technical University of Munich) ‘Digital Polarity Theory: Explaining the Great Internet Splintering’

11:00 - Francesco Silvestri (Beijing Foreign Studies University) ‘Cybersecurity Law and China Standards 2035: Beijing’s two-pronged pathway for reshaping global technology governance’

11:30-12:00 - Coffee break

Session two: Exploring international technological regulation 

12:00 - Ivar Vargas Rivas (University of Edinburgh) ‘Chile and the debate on Autonomous Weapons’

12:30 - Raquel Isamara León de la Rosa (Autonomous University of Puebla) and Carlos Ivan Vargas Alvared del Castillo (Tallinn University), ‘Geo-economics and Digitalization Policies in Asia Pacific: Japan, ROK, China, and Singapore’

13:00-14:00 - Lunch

Session three: Governing and governing-with new technologies

14:00 - Grace Alford-Hamburg (London School of Economics), ‘Estonian e-Residency: Statehood in the Digital Age’

14:30 - Cleo O’Brien-Udry (Yale Unversity) and Tyler Pratt (Yale University) , ‘Global Governance and Public Support for Scientific Research’

15:00-15:15 - Coffee break

Session four: In-house keynote

15:15 - Nick Bernards (University of Warwick), Malcolm Campbell-Verduyn (University of Groningen), and Daivi-Rodima-Taylor (Boston University), ‘The Politics of Private Governance and Blockchain Experiments in Global Supply Chains’