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Evening Book Launch: Europe in Emerging Asia

June 03 2015
Venue: Waterstones Brussels, Boulevard Adolphe Max 71-75, 1000 Brussels
Speakers: Fredrik Erixon, Krishnan Srinivasan, Theresa Fallon
Time: 19:00

What is the future of Europe in Emerging Asia?

Even if we strip away all the hype, much global economic and political power is moving eastwards, away from Europe. The consequential leadership in the future management of global challenges – stalling globalisation, climate change, poverty, migration, political instability – will most likely come from Asia.

What is Europe’s role going to be in this development?

This book, ‘[…] is an excellent overview of relationships between Europe and Asia which is exceptionally important but too frequently undervalued. Asian countries will play an increasingly vital role in shaping the 21st century and it is imperative that Europe should partnership with them’
– Lord Christopher Patten, Former Governor of Hong Kong, EU Commissioner, former Chairman of the BBC trust, Presently Chancellor of Oxford University.

Waterstones Brussels, Rowman & Littlefield International and ECIPE invite you to a unique event that will feature a presentation of a book by Mr Fredrik Erixon and Mr Krishnan Srinivasan (editors). The discussion will be moderated by Ms Theresa Fallon, Senior Associate with the European Institute for Asian Studies.

Register for this event

Programme

After the event, all guest are welcome to join a wine reception and will have an opportunity to buy a book at a special price. You can also order the publication using the link below.