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The Greening of China

The Greening of China

13 February 2013

On 13 February 2013 the EU-Asia Centre held a policy briefing on ‘The Greening of China’ with Isabel Hilton, Editor of China Dialogue. The briefing was chaired by Fraser Cameron, Director of the EU-Asia Centre. Discussants were Jiang Shixue, Professor and Deputy Director of the Institute of European Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Artur Runge Metzer, Director of DG CLIMA at the European Commission, and Bartosz Cieleszynski from the European Commission (DG Environment).

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Eu-Asia Centre

EU-Asia Networking Conference

12 February 2013

The EU-Asia Centre, with the support of the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is holding a networking conference on EU-Asia relations at the Palais Egmont on 12 February. This event, by invitation only, will also include a presentation of a new handbook on EU-Asia relations edited by Professors Kirchner, Christiansen and Murray.

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EU China Forum FoE

Tackling China's Economic and Social Challenges: A Role for Europe?

28 November 2012

On 28 November Friends of Europe together with the Mission of the People’s Republic of China to the EU held a panel debate as part of the Europe China Forum entitled ‘Tackling China’s Economic and Social Challenges: A Role for Europe?’

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9th ASEM Summit

Analysis of the 9th ASEM Summit

28 November 2012

On 28 November, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) held a briefing on Europe-Asia Relations entitled ‘Analysis of the 9th ASEM Summit’.

In her opening remarks, Anna Berdach from the European Commission gave a brief overview over the development of EU-Asia relations, highlighting the shift from an approach based on development assistance towards a mutual partnership.

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China's new leadership

China's new leadership - Who are they? What will change?

20 November 2012

Panelists at a joint meeting of the EU-Asia Centre and the Brussels Institute for Contemporary Chinese Studies (BICCS) were agreed that there would be more continuity than change following the 18thCongress of the CCP.

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Taiwan-EU

ECIPE-ESF Afternoon Seminar - Leading with Services: Trade and Investment Integration between Europe and Taiwan

20 November 2012

On 20 November, the European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE) held an afternoon seminar entitled ‘Leading with Services: Trade and Investment Integration between Europe and Taiwan’.

The keynote speakers were Francis Liang, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Economic Affairs in Taiwan, Patrick Messerlin, Professor of Economics at Sciences Po, and Pascal Kerneis, Managing Director of the European Services Forum (ESF). Thomas Harris, Vice Chairman of Standard & Chartered Capital Markets, was not able to deliver his speech in person. It was read out by Fredrik Erixon, Director of ECIPE, instead. 

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Eu-Asia Centre

Is Asia more prosperous than Europe?

8 November 2012

The EU-Asia Centre and the Legatum Institute invite you to a luncheon briefing on 8 November to discuss the results of the 2012 Prosperity Index.

The Legatum Prosperity Index™ defines prosperity as not just about money but also about quality of life and assesses 142 countries, accounting for over 96% of the world’s population and 99% of global GDP. The Prosperity Index is based on 89 different variables, each of which has a demonstrated effect on economic growth or on personal wellbeing.


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Eu-Asia Centre

The US Presidential Election:Impact on the EU?

7 November 2012

The EU-Asia Centre and Cambre Associates invite you to a panel discussion on the outcome of the US Presidential election and its impact on the European Union on Wednesday 7 November from 18:00 to 19:30 at the Press Club, Rue Froissart 95, 1040 Brussels (Registration from 17:30). 

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The US Presidential Election: Impact on the EU

The US Presidential Election:Impact on the EU?

7 November 2012

In the wake of the US presidential elections 2012, Cambre Associates and the EU-Asia Centre organized a panel debate analyzing the outcome of the vote and the consequences that Obama’s reelection could have for Europe in terms of tackling the huge public deficit, the prospect of talks on a transatlantic free trade area, Iran, Syria, Russia and China.

 

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How does Asia view Europe?

How does Asia view Europe?

24 October 2012

Speaking at an EU-Asia Centre event on 24 October, Professor Martin Holland, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, discussed the results of a major study on how the EU is perceived. The study examined how the Asian media reports Europe in 24 different countries. Japan reports most frequently on the EU (4 mentions a day on average) with China second and Korea and India last.

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