UNU-CRIS and ULB organise Workshops on Quantitative Indicators of European Power and Indicators of Regional Influence in Bruges, 26-27 March 2012During the first workshop on “Quantitative Indicators of European Power”, scholars will try to clarify the measurable dimensions of power in an interregional and global context. Moreover, Europe’s relative position in... [more]
Within the framework of the newly established United Nations International Institute on the Alliance of Civilizations (UNU-IIAOC) in Barcelona, a book project has been jointly launched by UNU-CRIS and the Center of Studies... [more]
Friday 20. of January 2012
EU-GRASP Policy Workshop will take place in Brussels on 24 January 2012.UNU-CRIS and the Forum on the Problems of Peace and War (FPPW) will organize a policy workshop on 24 January 2012 in Brussels in the framework of the... [more]
Monday 16. of January 2012
EU-GRASP Workshop: Is the EU Able to Deliver on Security and Peace? will take place in Brussels on 25 January 2012.Attendance is free, but registration is necessary. For registration, please contact Rik Vanhauteghem. Please click... [more]
Thursday 12. of January 2012
UNU CRIS organises Two workshops to Discuss the Interactions Between Constitutional Rights and Free Trade Agreements in Bruges, 16 and 17 February 2012The EU is a promoter of FTAs, as part of broader agreements, with non-European parties. Over the last two decades a few trends have been observed: the growing scope of the new generation FTAs covering more and more non-tariff... [more]
UNU-CRIS is co-organising a Jean Monnet Forum in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China on 8-9 May 2009
Dr. Xinning Song, Senior Research Fellow at UNU-CRIS is going to attend a Jean Monnet Forum on 8-9 May in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China, co-organised by UNU-CRIS.
The Forum is co-sponsored by Sichuan University, Renmin University of China and UNU-CRIS.
The participants include six Jean Monnet Chairs and scholars from both Europe and China among whom are:
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