European Institute for Asian Studies
admin
 /  Posts created by admin
EIAS Researcher delivers speech at Embassy Uzbekistan

EIAS Researcher delivers speech at Embassy Uzbekistan

On 26 January 2016, EIAS Researcher Sebastiano Mori, delivered a speech at Uzbekistan’s Embassy in Brussels. In particular, Mr Mori commented President Karimov’s speech on the outcomes of the social-economic development of Uzbekistan. This initiative is a further example of EIAS’ current interest to conduct research and organize public events that focus on Central Asia’s

Read more

Taiwan Investments in the EU

Over the past couple of years EIAS conducted numerous studies to map Taiwanese investment in the EU, and looked at ways to strengthen EU-Taiwan trade and investment relations. In 2014, EIAS embarked on a study comprising of a quantitative and qualitative part focuses on Taiwanese Outward Foreign Direct Investment (OFDI) in the European Union (EU).

Read more

Taiwan Chair

The European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS), is for 2016 hosting the ‘Taiwan Chair’. The rationale behind this is that East Asia is home to around 25% of the global population, is home to some of the world’s most important economic drivers, and has vast innovative prowess. Nonetheless, East Asia is also the theatre in

Read more

A Renewed Focus on Central Asia

Following the augmented connectivity on the Eurasian continent through such projects as the European Fund for Strategic Investments and China’s Belt and Road initiative, EIAS is now conducting research and organizing public events that center on Central Asia’s role and development at the crossroads between Europe and Asia. Stability in the Central Asian region is

Read more

Resilience

Of the ten deadliest natural disasters on record, all but one occurred in Asia. Natural disasters cause thousands of deaths and do untold damage to the people and economies, but there is little we can do to avoid the shifting of tectonic plates and the intensity of atmospheric circulation. However, what makes a disaster out

Read more

EBTC-projects

Pre-feasibility (March 2015) This research paper was conducted by EIAS as part of EBTC Work-plan 6, Action no. 32c. In line with the objectives of the work plan, the pre-feasibility study looked into key sectors in North-East India where EU SMEs can realise their potential through technology export and market access. The study identifies existing

Read more

EU-China Youth Dialogue

In 2011-2012 EIAS co-organised and EU-China Youth Dialogue in order to strengthen mutual understanding and foster people-to-people relationships. The project embarked on the flow of the EU-China people-to-people dialogue as the third pillar of EU-China relations. Personal contacts are the biggest stimulus and inspiration for enhanced mutual understanding, building bridges of friendship and future cooperation

Read more
EIAS Fellow Omar Alam Discusses the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

EIAS Fellow Omar Alam Discusses the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

EIAS Fellow Omar Alam recently published an article at South Asia @ LSE Blogs discussing the proposed China-Pakistan Economic corridor, China’s largest overseas investment project to date. He writes that the corridor, if managed effectively, presents a win-win scenario for Islamabad and Beijing, but also has extensive geopolitical implications that could potentially shift the centre

Read more


European Institute for Asian Studies

Our mailing list