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CEASG Launch conference: East Asia and the European Union, strong Economics, weak Politics?

01 March 2014

CEASG Launch conference: East Asia and the European Union, strong Economics, weak Politics?

Information on the call for papers for this free event can be found here. The call is closed for papers related to China and Japan. Contributions related to Korea and Mongolia are still welcomed.

Topics to be considered at the CEASG Conference:

Political and security complex
- Impact of EU financial-economic crisis on mutual political relations
- Developments of regionalism and inter-regionalism (ASEAN plus 3; EAS; SCO; EU-ASEAN; ASEM)
- Comparing intra-regional dynamics
- Energy and security
- EU and East Asia in global political governance (especially UN)
- EU, East Asia and third powers: US, Russia, Australia - competing for the pie or sharing it?
(including the US pivot towards Asia; and Russia and SCO)

Trade and investment
- Changing trade and investment patterns between EU and East Asia
- Changing roles in global political economy (EU crisis vs. emerging markets)
- US influence on the development of Eurasian relations and expected impact of EU-US Transatlantic

Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
- EU and East Asia in global economic governance (especially IMF and World Bank)

Cultural and people-to-people
- Public and cultural diplomacy
- Technology and innovation (incl. Higher Education)

Conference location
Conference location
Last modified:10 July 2014 4.10 p.m.

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