In our news brief this week, we cover EU’s bilateral FTAs with ASEAN countries –making slow progress, and Cameron’s EU reform deal draws mixed response both at home and abroad. For more on these stories, please click on the featured image.
The EU Centre in Singapore and ESSEC Business School are organising a panel discussion on “Winning Hearts and Minds” – the Role of Culture in International Relations on 22 February 2016 (Monday), 3.00pm to 5.00pm. Please click on the feature image above to register.
In our News & Views on Europe from Asia for this week, we bring to you the stories on Indonesia and Hungary to boost bilateral ties and Bank of Japan introduces unprecedented negative interest rate following the European example. For more on these stories, please click on the featured image.
The EUCE Graduate Student Conference hosted by the European Union Centre of Excellence at the University of Victoria, Canada, will be held 25-27 May 2016. The conference will focus on the nature of EU relations with Canada, the US, and the Pacific Asia region. Students from various disciplines working on diverse topics are encouraged to apply. Interested participants have till 15 March 2016 to submit a paper. For more information, please click on the featured image.
The 2016 EU Centres Asia-Pacific Researchers’ Workshop was held from 24 – 26 January at University of Macau, Hengqin Campus. It was organised by the European Union Academic Programme Macau.
The International Master of European Studies: Transnational and Global Perspectives (MAES) is a one-year interdisciplinary programme offered by University of Leuven (KU Leuven) that focuses on Europe as a continent of Full Article »