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

25 February 2019

To discuss the outcome of the Hanoi summit, the EU-Asia Centre and the KF-VUB Korea Chair invite you to a panel discussion from 17:00-18:30 on Wednesday 6 March at the Brussels Press Club, 95 Rue Froissart, 1000 Brussels.

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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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28 Jan: Connecting East and West - The Interpersonal Dimension

18 January 2019

The EU-Asia Centre invites you to a panel discussion on public diplomacy with an emphasis on people-to-people connectivity, with Oscar and Grammy laureate Tan Dun.

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Invitation: Chinese New Year's Concert, Tuesday 29 Jan

1 January 2019

The EU-Asia Centre and the Mission of the People's Republic of China to the European Union are delighted to invite you to the Celebration Concert on the occasion of the 2019 Chinese New Year with Maestro Tan Dun and the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra.

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Trade War discussion

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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Event Report: 5 December: Rebooting EU-India Relations

6 December 2018

On 5 December, the EU-Asia Centre and the European Policy Centre jointly hosted a panel discussion on the future of EU-India relations. Find the event report here.

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Event Report: December 5: Rebooting EU-Japan Relations

5 December 2018

The EU-Asia Centre, on December 5, in cooperation with the European Policy Centre, organized a panel debate titled "Rebooting EU-Japan Relations". Find the event report here.

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Invitation Wednesday December 5: Rebooting EU Relations with India and Japan

21 November 2018

The EU-Asia Centre and the European Policy Centre are delighted to invite you to a joint event where these two crucial relationships will be discussed in consecutive panels on Wednesday 5 December from 17:00 to 19:30 at the Press Club, 95 Rue Froissart1040 Brussels. 

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Russian and Chinese Influence in the EU Neighbourhood - Conference Report

14 November 2018

On 9 October 2018 the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the EU-Asia Centre jointly organized an expert conference in Brussels on “China and Russia in the EU’s Neighbourhood: A Threat for Integration and Democracy?”. This summary report lists the contributions made during the conference and provides a number of key takeaways, including policy recommendations. 

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7 November: EU-Korea Relations report

9 November 2018

EU-Korea Relations

On 7 November, together with the Korea chair at the VUB, the EU-Asia centre held a panel discussion on the EU-Korea relationship. The focus of the event was a new publication by the Korea chair ‘EU-ROK relations: Putting the Strategic Partnership to Work.’

Introducing the panel, Fraser Cameron, Director of the EU-Asia Centre, said that insufficient attention was paid to Korea, and India and Japan, the EU’s other strategic partners in Asia. The establishment of the Korea chair at the VUB was thus very much to be welcomed. Today’s event marked the publication of a new report on how to deepen the partnership. It was also timely given the recent summit during ASEM and the growing uncertainty about developments in East Asia.

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