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EU-Asia at a Glance
Labour Mobility Policies in ASEAN and the EU
This paper explores the EU and ASEAN's frameworks of intraregional movement of labour, looking into similarities and differences as well as the principles that led to the formulation of such approaches.
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Assessing Economic Development in Tibet
On 4 December, the European Institute for Asian Studies is honored to welcome Mr. Pema Trinley, Vice Chairman of the Ethnic Affairs Committee of the National People’s Congress to discuss the current state of affairs in the Tibet Autonomous Region, its economic development and the implications of China’s 13th Five Year Plan to the region. Moreover, this seminar is to provide a glimpse into the future development of Tibet.
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
The proposed China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has been heralded as a game-changer for regional geoeconomics and global geopolitics alike. In addition to providing a general overview of the project, this event on December 2 shall shed light on the hurdles, along with the opportunities this developmental project is likely to encounter. To this aim, experts from a varied array of backgrounds will provide presentations on the CPEC, offering diverse perspectives from the various stakeholders involved in the megaproject, thus creating the space for a constructive and informative dialogue on the significance of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Natural Disaster Resilience and Response
EIAS is conducting a research and event series on Natural Disaster Resilience and Response, looking at how countries in Asia can cooperate with each other, foreign partners and international organisations to improve resilience against disasters and emergency response. On 22 October EIAS will host a high-level one-day forum with its partners, which will focus on regional integration of capacity building and disaster response.
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EU-China Solar Panels Trade Dispute: Settlement and challenges for the EU
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Smart Cities Cooperation
Urbanisation is on the rise, and the conditions under which it takes place have profound consequences for the outcomes of millions, if not billions, of people. This report analyses the current smart cities initiatives in Europe and China, and it examines the state of the EU-China Partnership on smart and sustainable urbanisation.
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EU-Asia at a Glance