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17th Asia-Europe Lecture Tour

The European Union Through The Eyes Of Asia: A Comparative Study Of Media Perceptions

Project Period: Contact: Department: Programme: Theme:
12 Sep 06 - 21 Sep 06 Asia-Europe Foundation Governance & Economy Department European Studies In Asia (ESiA) Education



Venue:
Preston (United Kingdom)
Paris (France)
Ulster (United Kingdom)

OVERVIEW

The 17th instalment of the Asia-Europe Lecture Tour featured speaker Martin Holland, who spoke on the media's coverage of the EU as well as public and elite opinions towards the EU across five Asian countries.

THE ISSUES

- Is there a communication gap between the EU and Asia?

- If so, what is the nature of this gap and how might this be addressed?

- If left unaddressed, what are the potential implications for the EU and EU-Asian dialogue?

- What policy recommendations can be suggested for the media and the EU?

- What might be the wider implications of a concerted EU public diplomacy strategy to raise EU visibility abroad?

SPEAKER

Prof. Martin Holland, University of Canterbury, UK

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  • European Policy Centre
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