In our news brief this week, we bring to you the EU's political preparation for Brexit, What Yes, Minister taught us about British views on Europe and Germany's new emergency plans . For more on these stories, please click on the feature image.
In News & Views on Europe from Asia, we bring to you Asian views on the "rapid Russia-Turkey rapprochement" and the sharply declining tourists to Paris. For more on those stories, please click on the feature image.
The EU Centre is pleased to highlight the Master of Advanced Studies in European and International Governance programme offered by University of Geneva in cooperation with United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). Please click on the feature image for more details.
To help the business community understand some of the complexities involving Brexit, the Singapore Business Federation (SBF), together with the EU Centre in Singapore, organised a talk-cum-panel-discussion on 19 July to discuss the future of UK-EU relations, how these would in turn affect Singapore’s trade and investments in the UK and EU, and other more immediate impact on the currencies and stock markets. Please click on the feature image to read the event report.
Dr Yeo Lay Hwee, Director of the EU Centre, gave a lecture on the economic impact and political repercussions of Brexit at the invitation of Nanyang Business School. Please click on the feature image to read the event report.
The EU Centre has published a Working Paper (No.26) by Visiting Fellow Mr Jason Ji Xianbai (PhD Candidate, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies) on "Promoting Regional Development Bank Complementarity: Challenge to Asia and Lessons from Europe". For a free copy of this paper, please click on the feature image.