At this seminar, we will take a closer look at EU’s trade, investment and intellectual property rights policies related to China.
With India’s massive poverty, food issues rank high on the policy agenda, including food consumption and food prices, and the income and power distribution along the food value chains. In recent work, NUPI researchers and partners have shed new light on key issues in the field.
How can we secure the future of democratic capitalism in a world where you don’t know who to trust?
Nigel Gould-Davies will talk about Russia's evolving position in the global economy, and the challenges and opportunities this presents for Russia and the West
What did the Philippines achieve in its chairmanship of ASEAN in 2017? And what challenges lie ahead for the ASEAN countries related to climate change?
How successful have economic reforms been in Cuba? And what alternatives are there?
Trade and infrastructure projects are booming in Asia. How may relations between countries in Asia and Europe change?
How do organisations effectively transform themselves to cope with changing environments? Yuen Yuen Ang presents a new way to think about building adaptive capacity, with lessons from China.
China's president has now started his second term at power. What is the future outlook for the country's economy? And how does Japan perceive its neighbour?
How can the EU contribute to a continued development in the right direction for Central Asia?