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July 2019 - Scene@CMM

The July 2019 issue of the quarterly newsletter, Scene@CMM is out. This issue features the successfully organised 2019 Summer Programme organised by the EU Centre and its partner in the Jean Monnet Network on Challenges to Multiculturalism and Multilateralism. The 2019 Summer Programme took place in Singapore and Maastricht in June under the theme “How ASEAN and the EU confront challenges to security and prosperity”.

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Summer Programme 2019

The European Union (EU) Centre in Singapore, together with its partner universities – Universitas Indonesia (UI), University of Malaya (UM) and Maastricht University (MU) successfully organised the 2019 Summer Programme. The programme, in its third iteration, was one of the key activities of the Jean Monnet Network that focuses on research, dialogue and outreach under the banner “Challenges to Multiculturalism and Multilateralism in Southeast Asia and Europe”. The theme of this year’s 2-week Summer programme was: “How ASEAN and the EU confront challenges to security and prosperity”. The participants, selected from over 200 applications, spent a week in Singapore (15 – 22 June) followed by a week in Maastricht, Netherlands (23 – 29 June). We had a diverse group of 25 student participants hailing from 14 different countries across Southeast Asia and Europe.




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Publications


Countering Islamic State-inspired Terrorism in the EU and ASEAN: A Comparative Analysis of Policies

By Nirnaya Bhatta
Yen Shan Chen
Francesco Gaetano Fazzi
Linlin Hao
Sudarta
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  Results of EU Parliamentary Elections 2019

  By Heather Elizabeth Humphries
  &
  Shayna Robinson Panackal Sebastian
  Intern
  EU Centre in Singapore
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Infospective on the 2019 European Parliament Elections
By Lim Su-Yi
Intern, EU Centre in Singapore

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Past Events

The Future of EU from a Greek Perspective
on 29 May 2019

The talk by His Excellency Mr George Katrougalos on the Future of the EU from a Greek Perspective was timely in view of the recent 2019 European Parliament elections which His Excellency spoke about. He viewed the outcome of the election as generally positive as the voter participation was above 50 percent for the first time in 20 years. He added that there were three possible ways that a new majority might be formed in the European Parliament: one could be a centre majority led by French President Emmanuel Macron’s party LREM and ALDE, another could be a huge coalition of
the Left, including Macron, or a third which His Excellency felt was unlikely to be realised: a coalition of the European People’s Party with political parties that fell more to the far right of the political spectrum.



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