IVO president at a conference in Taipei

On November 28th-30th, Grigorij Mesežnikov took part in the 29th Taiwan-European conference “New Security for the New Era: EU, East Asia and Beyond”, organized in Taipei by the European Union Research Centre of the National Cheng Chi University and Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of R.O.C in cooperation with European Union Centre in Taiwan and the National Contact Point Taiwan for FP7 Security Theme. In the panel “Disaccords: Internal Challenges of EU” he had a presentation EU as a Community: From Rifts to Consensus – or Vice Versa?

Speakers from Taiwan, France, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, India, Malaysia and Singapore as well as other participants of the event discussed the issues of traditional security (East Asia, Taiwan Strait, South China Sea), European Union approach to construction of collective security, new security concept, the Euro crisis, social security, immigration and minority policy and regional integration - integration of Europe, integration of Asia, Europe-Asia relations.

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