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 Welcome to EUTW Forum I ( January 18. 2019)

Date:2018-12-11
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2019 EUTW FORUM I (Chinese Forum)

Topic: Brexit, Defense Initiative and the Future of the European Integration

I. Time: January 18th 2019 (Friday) 9:40-12:00
II. Venue: Meeting Room 301, National Central Library. (3F, No. 20 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
V. Language: Chinese
VI. Agenda
09:40-10:00 Check-in
10:00-12:00
Moderator:
Tai-Lin CHANG (Professor of the Department of European Languages and Cultures NCCU, Program Director of Jean Monnet Action)
Speakers:

Chung-Hung CHO (Professor and Director of Graduate Institute of European Studies, TamKang University)
Chih-Ming CHUNG (Associate Professor, Director, Department of International Affairs and Business, Nanhua University, Taiwan)
Chun-yee LEE (Assistant Fellow, Institute for National Defense and Security Research)

Discussant:
Andrew Nien-Dzu YANG (Former Minister of Ministry of National Defense R. O. C. )
Der-chin HORNG (Research Fellow, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
Klement Ruey-Sheng GU ( Director-General, Department of Policy Planning, MOFA/ Former Representative, Délégation culturelle et économique de Taipei, Switzerland)

 
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