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China’s West meets Europe’s East

A new external player with a comprehensive strategy is entering the region with the intention to stay for an indefinite time. This will cause long-term implications in Eastern Europe in terms of reshuffling of geopolitical and geo-economic reality involving Russia and the West. https://ceias.eu/chinas-west-meets-europes-east/

Press conference EUROPE GOES SILK ROAD with Bruno Maçães

Podium: Bruno Maçães (Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute Washington, D.C., Senior Fellow at Renmin University in Beijing, former Portuguese Minister of European Affairs) David Morris (Chair of United Nations Pacific Asia Business Forum, ESCAP Vice President Asia Pacific Sustainable Business Network) Sebastian Kummer (Chair of the Institut für Transportwirtschaft und Logistik) Velina Tchakarova (Institute Director AIES - Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy) Sebastian Holler (Co-Founder EUROPE GOES SILK ROAD) https://www.facebook.com/europegoessilkroad/videos/441915343053236/​

EUROPE GOES SILK ROAD Panel Discussion

EUROPE GOES SILK ROAD in collaboration with the University of Vienna, Department of History, and the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy (AIES) invites you to the Panel Discussion Silk Road. History and Future of Eurasia? with Bruno Maçães Monday, June 3rd, 2019 5:30 pm Lecture Hall C1 Campus of the University of Vienna | Court 2 | Spitalgasse 2 | 1090 Vienna Welcoming Words Friedrich Edelmayer, Professor for Global History at the University of Vienna Keynote Speech Bruno Maçães, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute Washington, D.C., Senior Fellow at Renmin University in Beijing, former Portuguese Europe Minister Short Presentation EUROPE GOES SILK ROAD

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