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

The Gulf and EU-Asia Connectivity

The Gulf and EU-Asia Connectivity

15 October 2019

On 15 October the EU Asia Centre and the Bussola Institute co-hosted a seminar focusing on the role of Gulf States in connectivity strategies linking Europe and Asia in the changing geopolitical situation. EU and Chinese officials, think tanks and academia were invited to provide their perspectives in two panels focusing on political and economic dimensions respectively. 

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The Situation in Tibet

14 October 2019

Current Situation in Tibet


On 14 October, the EU-Asia Centre welcomed a delegation of parliamentarians from Tibet for a roundtable discussion.


Ni Ma Ci Ren(Vice-Chairman of the Standing Committee of the People’s Congress of Xizang Autonomous Region) presented the latest developments political and economic in Tibet, highlighting the provision of basic services to all people and the new protections for Tibet’s pristine natural environment. 

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Bart Broer, Research Fellow at the EU-Asia Centre, attends 2019 Shanghai class of the Visiting Programme for Young Sinologists

8 July 2019

From mid-June to early July, our Research Fellow Bart Broer attended the 2019 Shanghai class of the Visiting Program for Young Sinologists, organized by the Chinese Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS). The programme invited around 35 young (aged 25-40) China experts from around the world – young diplomats, businesspeople, think tankers, journalists, Chinese teachers – to China for high-level engagement with Chinese officials in the culture and tourism sphere.

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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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