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The EU-Asia Centre reports on events held by partners and other organisations in Asia and the EU


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Event Report: 4 July: Modi’s Foreign Policy after the Election

5 July 2019

The EU-Asia Centre held a panel discussion on Modi’s foreign policy after the election on 4 July. Panelists debated prospects for India's foreign policy after the landslide electoral victory of Prime Minister Modi.

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Event Report: 26 June: Event Report: Book launch on EU-China in the European Parliament

27 June 2019

The EU-Asia Centre co-hosted a book launch discussion the library of the European Parliament on 26 June. The book ‘Europe, China and the Limits of Normative Power’ featured a panel with the author, Zsuzsa Anna Ferenczy, Professor Jonathan Holslag (VUB) and Weinian Hu (CEPS). The event was chaired by Fraser Cameron, Director of the EU-Asia Centre.

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EU-Asia Centre receives China academic delegation on 14 June

15 June 2019

Fraser Cameron and Bart Broer received a China academic delegation on 14 June, discussing EU-China relations, the political and economic situation in the EU and prospects for economic reform in China. 

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Prague International Conference: EU and China: From Strategic Partner to Systemic Rival

14 June 2019

Director of the EU-Asia Centre Fraser Cameron spoke at an international conference in Prague on 10-11 June. The theme was  'EU and China: From Strategic Partner to Systemic Rival’ and Fraser Cameron outlined the background to the change in EU policy towards China. He also stressed the partnership opportunities and the positive cooperation on Iran, climate change, the DPRK and Afghanistan.

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Event Report: 14th EU-China Think Tank Roundtable, Berlin

13 June 2019

The 14thannual EU-China Think Tank Roundtable was held in Berlin from 2-4 June 2019. Discussions revolved around the rapidly evolving partnership between the EU and China.The 14thannual EU-China Think Tank Roundtable was held in Berlin from 2-4 June 2019. Discussions revolved around the rapidly evolving partnership between the EU and China, and pathways for cooperation on trade, global governance, and international security.

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Event Report: 29 April: Outcomes of the EU-Japan Summit

30 April 2019

Read the event report of our 29 April briefing on the EU-Japan Summit here.

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Event Report: 28 March: The Future of the Chinese Economy

2 April 2019

On 28 March 2019, the EU-Asia Centre hosted a panel discussion on the future of the Chinese economy. The discussion was attended by around 50 experts from the Brussels realm and was moderated by John Farnell, Senior Advisor to the EU-Asia Centre. 

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6 March: The Hanoi Summit - What Future for the Korean Peninsula?

8 March 2019

On Wednesday 6 March, the EU-Asia Centre and the VUB Korea Chair jointly hosted an expert discussion on the outcome of the Trump-Kim Summit in Hanoi.

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Prospects for Conflict Resolution in Southern Thailand, 12 Feb

14 February 2019

On 12 February, the EU-Asia Centre and the European Institute of Peace hosted a meeting in Brussels on the on-going conflict in Southern Thailand. The event brought together representatives from Southern Thailand, conflict mediation experts, European policy makers and members of the academic and think tank community to discuss the conflict in Thailand’s three southernmost provinces.

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Event Report: 28 November: The Impact of the US-China Trade War on EU-China Relations

10 December 2018

On 28 November, the EU-Asia Centre hosted a discussion between high-level representatives of Beijing-based think tanks close to the Chinese executive, and a number of representatives from the European Commission and the European External Action Service. The topic of the meeting, hosted by Senior Advisor to the EU-Asia Centre John Farnell, was the ongoing trade conflict between the US and China and its potential implications for Sino-European relations as well as the EU economy. As President Trump continues to impose tariffs on Chinese imports, pressure on both the Chinese economy and the international trading system continue to rise.

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