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 The Treaty of Elysée and the Future of EU’s Integration

Date: [2013-03-08]  09:30AM
Venue: Room 129, National Central Library
Speaker: Tai-Lin Chang
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I. Time: March 8th, 2013 (Friday) 09:30 to 12:10
II. Venue: Room 129, National Central Library. (1F, 10 Zhongshan South Road, Taipei City)
III. Hosts: European Union Centre in Taiwan; European Module, Jean Monnet Action, National Chengchi University; National Central Library
IV. Co-Host: Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs, MOFA, R.O.C (TAIWAN)

Agenda:
09:30-09:40(10) Registratoin
09:40-10:50(70)
Session 1: The relationship between Germany and France and EU’s Integration
Moderator: Tai-Lin Chang (Professor of the Department of European Languages and Cultures at National Chengchi University, Program Director of Jean Monnet Action)
Panelist: Shao-Cheng Tang (Director of Institute of International Relations and Director of EU Centre at National Chengchi University )
Topic: Watching the political and economic development of EU through the relationship between Germany and France.

Panelist: Ter-Hsing Cheng (Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at Soochow University)
Topic: Changes to the Czech political party in power and its impact on EU’s integration

Panelist: Jyung-Yi Lee (Postdoctoral Research in Institute of Strategic and International Affairs at National Chung Cheng University)
Topic: The political and economic changes in the United Kingdom and EU’s integration

10:50-11:00(10) Coffee break
11:00-12:10(70)
Session 2: Review and Outlook of China-Europe Relations
Speaker: Tai-Lin Chang (Professor in the Department of European Languages and Cultures at National Chengchi University, Program Director of Jean Monnet Action)
Topic: Review and outlook of the relationship between Communist China and EU

Speaker: Tzai-Chiou Hwang (Chairman of Research and Planning Committee at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Topic: Current relations between Taiwan and EU

12:10-13:30(80) Lunch

 
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