Europe in the ‘Age of Asia’ - Visions, Divisions, and Strategies for Global Political Cooperation (ECIPE)


ECIPE conference: Europe in the ‘Age of Asia’

Visions, Divisions, and Strategies for Global Political Cooperation

June 4, 09:30-12:30 Residence Palace, International Press Centre Register here How can Asia and Europe form closer political cooperation? Emerging Asia increasingly defines the scope and character of international cooperation. For matters of peace, security, migration, a hospitable environment and continued economic globalisation rising Asian powers are crucial for shaping international responses. But how do these nations view the world and their relation to Europe? What issues have given Asia-Europe relations a genuine purpose and direction? On what issues are there political divergence rather than convergence? In a new book, Europe in Emerging Asia, a dozen scholars take stock of Asia-Europe relations and debate what visions and divisions that define their bilateral relations. This conference, featuring a presentation of the book, will discuss some of the core themes in the book with key experts and policymakers in Europe. Programme 09:30  Welcome 09:35  Europe in Emerging Asia: Krishnan Srinivasan, presentation of a new book 09:50  Panel
  • Krishnan Srinivasan is former Foreign Secretary of India and author of several books on Indian foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Marietje Schaake is a Member of the European Parliament and serves in the Committees on International Trade and Foreign Affairs
  • Steven Everts is an Adviser on EU-ASEAN and the ARF at the European External Action Service. A former academic at Oxford, Dr Everts was a member of the Cabinet of HR/VP Catherine Ashton
  • Suh-Yong Chung, Professor, Korea University, and Member of the Policy Adviser Board of Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs; former climate policy adviser to the President of Korea
  • James Mayall is a Professor of international relations at Cambridge University
12.30  End Organised by the European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE)