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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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fake news

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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Oslo seminar

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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EU-India Seminar

20 September 2018

In advance of a Commission communication on EU-India relations, the EEAS organised a track 1.5 seminar this week on how to move the relationship forward.

There was broad agreement among the officials and experts from both sides that the EU has not focused as much on India as on other strategic partners in Asia, notably China. But there is a broad agenda on which the two sides can cooperate, notably on on India’s modernisation agenda and on regional security.

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Brexit and Asia

The Implications of Brexit for Asia

27 June 2018

Opening the panel discussion,Fraser Cameron, Director EU-Asia Centre, said that Brexit will have major implications for Asia and for EU-Asia relations. It will be felt most immediately on the trade side but will also have an impact on the resources that the EU brings to the table in dealing with Asia.

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Invitation---Jun. 26th Implications of Brexit for Asia

11 June 2018

Brexit will have major implications for Asia. Japan, China, Korea and most other Asian countries made clear their preference for the UK to remain in the EU. All Asian countries are worried about their investments in the UK being subject to tariffs if the UK leaves the single market and customs union. They are also worried at the supply chain implications. While the UK seems to assume that it will be able to pursue quick, new bilateral trade deals with Asia, it is not obvious that the countries concerned agree. Prime Minister May has visited India and China without receiving any promises. Outside the EU, the UK will lose influence and struggle to live up to Asian expectations on geopolitical issues. There could be a loss of influence in the region for both the UK and the EU with broader implications for global trade and security? 

To discuss these and other issues you are invited to a panel discussion from 1700-1830 on 26 June at the Press Club, 95 Rue Froissart, 1040 Brussels

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Blue China

Event Report - Blue China - Can the EU and China save our Oceans?

13 April 2018

On 12 April, the EU-Asia Centre organised a panel discussion on EU-China cooperation on oceans management. In his introductory remarks, Fraser Cameron, Director of EU-Asia Centre, highlighted the thriving cooperation between EU and China in this field, as the topic is gaining momentum in Brussels as well as in Chinese policymaking circles. 

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