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Can the EU be a serious security actor in Asia?
Dec 18, 2013

Can the EU be a serious security actor in Asia?

posted by eucentresg

Dr Yeo Lay Hwee, Director of the EU Centre, has published a policy brief in the Asia Europe Journal (Volume 11, Number 4, December 2013) entitled “Can the EU be a serious security actor in Asia?” Please click on the featured image for the abstract and information on how to obtain a copy of this brief.

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Jun 21, 2013

Power, Interest and Norms: Competing Visions of EU-Asia Partnership

posted by eucentresg

Dr Yeo Lay Hwee, Director of EU Centre, has written an article on ”Power, Interest and Norms: Competing Visions of EU-Asia Partnership”, published on Public Service Europe, an online journal on European politics,  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

Euro zone out of recession

posted by eucentresg

24 November 2009 The EU’s statistics office Eurostat has stated that the gross domestic product (GDP) in the eurozone (the 16 Member States that use the euro) increased by 0.4  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

EU Leaders push for successful outcome in Copenhagen

posted by eucentresg

24 November 2009 The European Union (EU) still holds hope that the United Nations climate change conference in Copenhagen (7-18 December) could be a success, despite the unlikelihood of agreeing  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

EU-China Summit

posted by eucentresg

2 December 2009 The 12th European Union-China Summit was held in Nanjing, China on 30 November 2009. Chinese and European Union (EU) leaders signed five agreements covering science and technology,  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

New European Commission designates chosen

posted by eucentresg

2 December 2009 On 27 November, President of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, announced his new team of commissioners. Of the most influential portfolios overseeing economic matters, Barroso nominated  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

EU leaders disappointed with Copenhagen Accord

posted by eucentresg

23 December 2009 The European Union (EU) leaders have expressed their disappointment with the Copenhagen Accord, a five-page-long document which, after an extremely bitter debate, was not adopted, but merely  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

Difficult Challenges Ahead as Baroness Ashton Passes Parliament Hearing

posted by eucentresg

21 January 2010 Since the beginning of the last week, much of the activity within the European Institutions centered around the European Parliament (EP). Members of the European Parliament (MEPs)  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

Greek Debt Crisis – A Test for the Eurozone and EU’s Economic Recovery

posted by eucentresg

19 February 2010 Euro, the single currency adopted by 16 of the 27 EU members, faces the biggest crisis since the European monetary union came into existence in 1999. It  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

EU’s Climate Policy after Copenhagen

posted by eucentresg

25 February 2010 More than two months have passed since the UNFCCC Copenhagen Conference, but the EU seems to be still struggling to find the way forward after the “great  Full Article »