The EU-China Economics & Politics Institute
The EU-China Economics & Politics Institute is based on the EU-China Weapon Embargo Research Project (6th July 2010), which was designed to update and analyse the EU’s policy of placing an embargo on weapons sales to China. This research project was the precursor of the EU-China Economics and Politics Institute.
In 2015, the European Union and China shared in celebration their 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations. Each year, both parties engage with each other on a higher level and deepen their multi-lateral co-operation to improve diplomatic, political, economic, educational, technological, and cultural ties, as well as local governance and tourism.
Cheng Yu Chin
Call For papers: CNB Challenges for Financial Stability in Europe
This two-day conference is organised jointly by the Czech National Bank and the Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University. It will take place at the Czech National Bank in Prague.
The conference will focus on broad issues of current challenges to financial stability in Europe. Any theoretical or empirical paper falling in this area is welcome.
2nd International Populism Conference in Prague
On Monday May 23 and Tuesday May 24, 2016 a second year of International Prague Populism Conference will be held in Prague. The conference is organized by the Institute of International Studies at Charles University, the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung and by the Goethe-Institut Prag. The venue of the conference is the Goethe-Institut which provides a very representative character of the whole event.
"Bridge to the Future" call for applicants
“Bridge to the Future” Youth Public Union is going to organize 5 days Study Visit project with the title of “European experience in volunteering in Caucasus region ”. The project aims to gather young professionals from European Union, Eastern Europe and Caucasian countries.