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ETEE Webinar Series 2020 - 1

 

Nanyang Technological University ​(NTU) is a partner of the Jean Monnet Network on European Transoceanic Encounters and Echange (ETEE), and we would like to bring your attention to ​the first ETEE webinar series.

The first ETEE webinar series includes a look into the European Union's maritime turn in foreign and security policies, the parliamentary dimension of EU's external relations, the European and Indian perspectives on the Belt and Road Initiative, and contestation of imperial power at its fringes.

Download Flyer: ​http://cohass.ntu.edu.sg/eucentre/enews/Documents/Partners%20Events/ETEE%20Webinar%20Series%202020.1.pdf

For more information and registration, visit https://www.arts.kuleuven.be/etee/news/join-the-etee-webinar-series.


The Jean Monnet Network ETEE kicks off its online events with a webinar series on European Transoceanic Encounters and Exchanges. This first lineup includes a look into the European Union's maritime turn in foreign and security policies, the parliamentary dimension of EU's external relations, the European and Indian perspectives on the Belt and Road Initiative, and contestation of imperial power at its fringes. Check out the confirmed webinars below and register now!

29 May, 14:00 CET

Parliamentary Cooperation and Diplomacy in EU External Relations

by Kolja Raube, University of Leuven
Discussed by: Daniela Irrera, Università di Catania

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1 June, 10:00 CET

European and Indian Perceptions of the Belt and Road Initiative

By Gulshan Sachdeva, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Discussed by Kari Otteburn, University of Leuven

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4 June, 16:00 CET

The Maritime Turn in EU Foreign and Security Policies

By Marianne Riddervold, Inland Norway University & University of California Berkeley

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10 June, 10:00 CET

Petits arrangements avec l’Empire: Reflections on imperial power at its fringes

By Magali Gravier, Copenhagen Business School

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