As the second installment of our series "Europe as a Normative Power", we are delighted to invite you to a talk on how EU-China relations are reshaping the global power balance and how governance within Europe itself is changing in the process.
Theresa Fallon, director of the Brussels-based Centre for Russia Europe Asia Studies (CREAS), will be joining us for a talk and Q&A session under the title
"EU and the People's Republic - an uncertain future"
Join us for this online talk on December 2nd at 6.30pm (s.t.) on the online platform Zoom! Prior registration is necessary to enter the meeting and can be done here. We will send you a link via e-mail to get into the virtual conference a few hours before it starts.
Theresa Fallon is the founder of the think-tank CREAS and a longtime researcher of Europe-Asia relations, global security and great power competition. Currently, her focus has turned towards themes such as elite capture and the Belt and Road Initiative, as well as broader issues surrounding Chinese foreign policy. She has previously worked as a researcher in Beijing and Moscow, and has acted as an advisor to both the European Parliament and NATO. For her full bio, you can check out this webpage.
Don't forget to sign up! See you all on December 2nd!