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7 November: The Future of EU-Korea Relations

5 November 2018

The EU-Asia Centre and the KF-VUB Korea Chair invite you to a panel discussion on the Future of EU-Korea relations. The strategic partnership between the EU and Korea is strong and solid, as demonstrated by the 19 October summit between Presidents Tusk and Juncker with President Moon. But there is much more the two partners could do together, as illustrated in a new policy report by the KF-VUB Korea Chair, which identifies several areas in which cooperation could be strengthened to boost bilateral ties whilst promoting global security.

The discussion will be held on Wednesday 7 November 2018 from 15:00 to 16:30 at the Press Club, 95 Rue Froissart, Brussels.
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Asia-Europe Business Forum, 18 October 2018

22 October 2018

22 October 2018

On 18 October 2018, business representatives from throughout Europe and Asia gathered in Brussels on the sidelines of the 12thAsia-Europe Meeting which took place simultaneously. 

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16 October: How to Tackle Fake News? Maintaining Truth and Trust in Media in the Digital Age - report

20 October 2018

20 October 2018

On 16 October, in the margins of the 12thASEM Summit, the Asia-Europe Foundation, the EU-Asia Centre, EurActiv and the Press Club hosted a public forum titled How to Tackle ‘Fake News’.

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Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström on Why Asia Matters

18 October 2018

16 October 2018

On 16 October the EU-Asia Centre hosted a discussion with Cecilia Malmström, the European Commissioner for Trade, on ‘Why Asia Matters’.

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Invitation Thursday October 18: Asia-Europe Business Forum

17 October 2018

The EU-Asia Centre is inviting you to the 16th Asia-Europe Business Forum, organized by BusinessEurope on 18 October 2018 at the Egmont Palace in Brussels.

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Invitation Tuesday October 16: How to tackle fake news?

8 October 2018

The Asia-Europe Foundation, the EU-Asia Centre, the Press Club Brussels and EurActiv are inviting you to a joint event "How to Tackle Fake News" on 16 Oct 2018 at 14.30h.

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Invitation Tuesday October 16: Trade Commissioner Malmström on Why Asia Matters

1 October 2018

The EU-Asia Centre invites you to a policy discussion with Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström on Tuesday 16 October at 16.30 in the Press Club, 95 Rue Froissart, 1040 Brussels.

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Invitation 9 Oct 2018: China and Russia in the EU Neighbourhood

27 September 2018

Russia and China are using their power and a variety of tools to extend their influence in the EU's Neighbourhood. What interests do they have in common? What separates them? Are both acting against each other in the region or do they have a common agenda against the EU’s integration and democratization efforts? 

The aim of the expert conference organized by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and the EU-Asia Centre is to analyze China’s and Russia’s regional strategies in the EU’s immediate neighbourhood.

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Connecting East and West through Music

27 September 2018

Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival,  EU-Asia Centre and Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs,hosted the panel discussion with the renowned Norwegian violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing and the Oscar and Grammy winning composer Tan Dun on thetopic “Connecting East and West”.
Throughout the panel «Connecting East and West», Eldbjørg Hemsing and Tan Dun discussed their artistic collaboration and common identity rooted in traditional music of both Norway and China, connecting and uniting the two seemingly very different cultures.The panel joint by the president of EU-Asia Centre, Fraser Cameron and moderated by international music expert and scholar Kevin Kleinmann.

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Oslo Seminar

21 September 2018

Speaking to the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) on 19 September Fraser Cameron spoke about how President Trump was pushing the EU and Asia closer together.

He argued that Asia had been shocked by Trump’s actions – withdrawal from the TPP, Paris climate change agreements, Iran deal, etc and increasingly looked to the EU as an anchor of stability in preserving the rules-based international system.

The trade deals with Japan, Korea, Singapore and Vietnam and the on-going negotiations with Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Australia and New Zealand were evidence of the EU’s outward approach to trade.

There was also growing cooperation in foreign and security policy as evidenced by Mogherini’s trip to Asia in August. 

The ASEM summit in Brussels in October would also boost EU-Asia relations.

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