The EU-Asia Centre reports on events held by partners and other organisations in Asia and the EU
3 October 2016
Opening the panel discussion on 27 September, Fraser Cameron, Director of the EU-Asia Centre, recommended the book, The Politics of EU-China Economic Relations, written by John Farnell and Paul Irwin Crookes which covered a wealth of valuable material and provided very useful insights into the complexity of EU-China relations. Brexit was another complication to the relationship.
23 June 2016
On 21 June, the EU-Asia Centre held a panel discussion on the topic of \"Building Sustainable Democracy in Thailand.\"
28 April 2016
Fraser Cameron gave a presentation on EU-ASEAN relations at ISIS Malaysia, the leading think tank in Kuala Lumpur, on 6 April.
21 April 2016
Opening the panel discussion Fraser Cameron, Director of the EU-Asia Centre, said that there were few more urgent international issues than the nuclear programme of the DPRK. The UNSC had imposed new and tough sanctions on North Korea and it was important that the international community, especially China, implemented the sanctions fully. Today’s panel would look at the internal situation in the DPRK, the international environment, the legal bakground to the new sanctions, and the EU’s persepctive.
18 April 2016
On 12 April the EU-Asia Centre held a panel discussion to assess the recent EU-India Summit.
15 March 2016
On 14 March the EU-Asia Centre held a panel discussion on the “Prospects for the Chinese Economy and its Global Impacts”.
17 February 2016
On 16 February the EU-Asia Centre, in cooperation with the Mission of Japan to the EU, held a panel discussion to discuss \"Japan\'s Changing International Role\".