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The European-Asian Research Network on Strategies for Promoting Europe-Asia Connectivity (SPEAC) is supported by the European Union and furthers the development of an Europe-Asia research network on strategies for promoting connectivity between Europe and Asia. SPEAC contributes to establishing and developing a comprehensive research network that assesses three major areas of connectivity between Europe and Asia, i.e. economy and trade, politics and security as well as people-to-people and rule of law. All research activities contribute to exploring the contextualization, challenges and opportunities of EU-Asia connectivity and to the development of respective policy recommendations.

The purpose of the workshop is to bring together international academics and experts from different disciplines to take stock of and assess the state of play of EU-Asia connectivity and its current trajectory. The goal is to create a platform for new interdisciplinary and innovative research that contributes to the academic and practical understanding of contemporary EU-Asia affairs in rapidly changing global and regional contexts.

This event is the second Workshop to be held online due to the COVID 19 pandemic. Each participant is going to present his/her part for "Special Issues: Politics and Policies of EU-Asia Connectivity". 

Date & Time : 2 and 3 December 2020, 17:00~20:00 (KST)
Venue : Zoom Online Webinar

[Day 1: 2 December 2020]


<Opening Remarks>

1. Introduction: Prof. Sunghoon Park


<Session 1: Geopolitics, Public Diplomacy>

1. Dr. Lay Hwee Yeo: EU and the Geopolitics of Connectivity

2. Dr. Sae Won Chung and Dr. Yoon: EU's Online Strategic Narratives of Europe-Asia Connectivity: Sentiment Analysis and Semantic Network Analysis


<Session 2: Policies: Sustainability and Climate Change, Energy, Digital, Trade and Investment>

1. Prof. Anna Michalski and Prof. Bialowas: Promoting the EU's Role in the World: Leadership and Sustainability in the Connectivity Strategy towards Asia

2. Prof. Jae-Seung Lee: Energy Connectivity between EU and Northeast Asia: Energy Transition and Low-Carbon Path

3. Ms. Mireia Paulo: Digital Policies "Made in China": Implication for the EU

4. Prof. Pawel Pasierbiak and Prof Tomasz Bialowas: Trade and investment policies in EU-Asia connectivity


[Day 2: 3 December 2020]


<Opening Remarks>

1. Introduction: Prof. Sunghoon Park


<Session 3: Special Lecture>

1. Prof. Sebastian Bersick: EU-Asia Connectivity: Concepts, Contexts and Contestations


<Session 4: SPEAC Junior Fellows>

1. David Alenga: Eurasian Pipeline Connections: A Case Study of The Power of Siberia and Nord Stream

2. Jin Hun An: EU-ASEAN Strategic Partnership for connecting Europe and Asia

3. Diana Schnelle: Connectivity and Marketcraft: EU-Japan Cooperation in Global Energy and Climate Governance


Partner Organisations
Korea University, Korea
EU Centre in Singapore, NTU, Singapore
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Uppsala University, Sweden
Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Poland


Hosted and Organised by Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany & Korea University, Korea  




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Jean Monnet EU Centre of Excellence
    Prof. Sung-Hoon Park
    Korea University
    Dr. Seung-Hwan Yoon
    Korea University
    Phone: +82 2 3290 5323