European Institute for Asian Studies
Brexit: The End of the Sino-British "Golden Era"?
  • Start04:00 PM - May 15 2017
  • End06:00 PM - May 15 2017
  • Asia Platform, Rue de la Loi 26, 10th floor, 1040 Brussels
  • + 32 2 230 81 22
  • alberto.turkstra@eias.org

 

»Brexit: The End of the Sino-British “Golden Era”?« 

 

Expert exchange with

Prof. Dr. Huaipu ZHAO, Director, Centre for European Studies, China Foreign Affairs University;

Prof. Dr. Robert GEYER; Associate Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Lancaster University;

Prof. Dr. Zhanpeng WANG, Associate Dean, School of English and International Studies, Beijing Foreign Studies University;

and

Prof. Dr. Shaun BRESLIN, Co-Editor, The Pacific Review, University of Warwick;

Closing Remarks: Prof. Dr. Xinning SONG, Jean Monnet Chair ad personam, BACES/RUC

Moderator: Mr Erik FAMAEY, Senior Associate, European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS)

Monday, 15 May 2017, 16h00 – 18h00

A reception will follow

 

Venue: European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS)

Rue de la Loi 26, 10th Floor, 1040 Brussels

 

The United Kingdom has officially notified the European Union that it is leaving on 29 March. On the one hand the UK starts the tough negotiations with the EU, and on the other hand it starts to think of its relationship with other major powers as a non-EU member. What are the implications of Brexit for the relationship between the UK and one of the largest economies in the world, China? Could Brexit bring the end of the new Sino-British “special relationship”? The Confucius Institute at Vrije Universiteit Brussel, the European Institute for Asian Studies, and the Brussels Academy for China and European Studies cordially invite you to an academic debate on Brexit and the future Sino-British relation on 15 May in Brussels.

 


The United Kingdom has officially notified the European Union that it is leaving on 29 March. What are the implications of Brexit for the relationship between the UK and one of the largest economies in the world, China? Could Brexit bring the end of the new Sino-British “special relationship”?



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