You are cordially invited to the Policy Dialogue on "Collaborative Approaches to Implementing the United Nations SDG Agenda". The event will be held on Thursday, 13 June 2019 (9.30am – 12.30pm) at Seminar Room 901 (Level 9), NTU @ one-north, Singapore. Click on the image to read more.
You are cordially invited to the talk on "The Future of Europe" by George Katrougalos, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Hellenic Republic and Professor of Public and Constitutional Law at the Democritus University of Thrace. The event will be held on Wednesday, 29 May 2019 (6pm – 7pm) at Singapore Institute of International Affairs. Click on the image to read more.
[By Invitation Only] The Joint Symposium - Europe in the Indo-Pacific: Moving from Periphery to the Centre?, organised by the National University of Singapore, Institute of South Asian Studies, European Union Centre in Singapore, Lund University, Swedish South Asian Studies Network, and the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, will be held on 3 June 2019 from 9.30am - 5.15pm. Click on the image to read more.
On Tuesday (14 May), a Downing Street official announced that British Prime Minister Theresa May will bring her Brexit deal back to Parliament by June 3. The announcement came after weeks of cross-party talks between the government and Labour Party failed to produce any tangible outcome so far. With less than two weeks left to the EU elections, Emmanuel Macron’s La Republique en Marche (LREM) party published its European election programme in Berlin titled ‘Renaissance’. It seeks to form a Liberal coalition with eight other European parties. Transatlantic ties between the US and the EU appear to be deteriorating over Iran’s nuclear deal escalation, as well as EU-US bilateral trade discussions, and the EU push to achieve strategic autonomy. US re-imposition of sanctions on Iran has impacted the country’s economy negatively. Click on the image to read more.
This infospective provides a quick historical overview of the European Parliament and highlights some of the issues that have shaped each election. It also includes a summary of the hotly debated topics for the upcoming 2019 elections, highlighting key issues and personalities running for the Parliament. Click on the image to read more.
[By Invitation Only] The Jean Monnet Network on Challenges to Multiculturalism and Multilateralism in Europe and Southeast Asia is a network comprising the EU Centre in Singapore, Universitas Indonesia, University of Malaya and Maastricht University. This workshop in Singapore is focused on the Challenges to Multiculturalism in Europe and Southeast Asia. The papers to be presented in this workshop seek to examine the recent debates with regards to the retreat from multiculturalism and the challenges that Europe and Southeast Asia face in managing ethnic, religious and cultural diversities as the rise of identity politics began to polarize societies. The papers presented at the Workshop will be published in an edited volume as one of the deliverable of the Jean Monnet Network. Registration by invitation and prior registration only.