You are cordially invited to a public lecture on “Challenges to an Interdependent World: Nationalism and Populism in Comparative Perspective” by Mr Jonas Condomines, held on Thursday, 30 March 2017 (10.30am – 12pm) at NUS, CIT Auditorium. Click on the image to read more.
You are cordially invited to a public lecture on “Will Populism Trump in the Upcoming Elections in Europe?” by Mr Jonas Condomines, held on Wednesday, 29 March 2017 (5.30pm – 7pm) at Singapore Institute of International Affairs. Click on the image to read more.
Dr Yeo Lay Hwee delivered a Top Hat Lecture jointly organised by the Department of International Relations and Tallinn Law School entitled “The Asia-Pacific as a Strategic Region for the European Union” on 15 September 2016. Please click on the feature image to read a short event report.
You are cordially invited to a public lecture on “From Financial Crisis to Brexit – an Irish Perspective” by His Excellency Eoghan Murphy, Ireland’s Minister of State for Financial Services, eGovernment, and Public Procurement. Please click on the feature image to register for the event.
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 in Singapore organised a Panel Discussion on “Towards a New EU Asia Strategy” on 7 June. Please click on the feature image for a short event report.
The EU Centre in Singapore and ESSEC Business School co-organised a panel discussion on “Winning Hearts and Minds” – the Role of Culture in International Relations on 22 February 2016 on ESSEC’s Asia-Pacific Campus. For highlights from the panel discussion, please click on the feature image.
The 18th Asia-Europe Think Tank Dialogue was held in Ulaanbaatar on 11-12 May. It was organised by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS), the Institute for Strategic and Development Studies (ISDS), the Philippines and the EU Centre in Singapore. Please click on the feature image for event report.
On the side-line of the 18th Asia-Europe Think Tank Dialogue, a public event was organised to engage a broader audience in Mongolia. The public event featured a keynote speech by the State Secretary of the Mongolian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr Gankhuyag Damba. Please click on the image for the event report.