Please join us if you can in Brussels on March 6 for a discussion of the Indo-Pacific and Quad. For further information see: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/global-shifts-realizing-a-free-and-open-indo-pacific-tickets-43481186399?aff=ehomecard
Spoke at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels, Belgium on "Prospects for the Russian economy in an election year" with World Bank Lead Economist for Russia, Apurva Sanghi, who presented his research on Russia, China & India.
Raisina Dialogue 2018, New Delhi, India, spoke on the panel, "The End of the Liberal Order: The Beginning of the Asian Century?" which was moderated by Shashi Tharoor, Member of Parliament & Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on External Affairs, India with Stephen Harper, former Prime Minister of Canada; Ina Lepel, Director-General on Asia and the Pacific, Federal Foreign Office, Germany; James Carafano, Vice President, Foreign & Defense Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation; Igor Morgulov, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.
(My comments begin around 25 minute mark and response to question at 49 minute mark.)
Theresa Fallon's presentation was on "Challenges to Maritime Security in Asia and Implications for Europe."
SESSION 2: Powers' Interactions and Rule-based Order in the South China Sea
Theresa Fallon spoke on "Maritime Security Challenges in Asia and Implications for Europe" before executives from government agencies under the Philippine Public Safety College of the Philippines. Ms Fallon was in Manila as a guest of the EU Delegation to the Philippines as part of its advocacy to generate better understanding of the EU and its roles and policies in the world in the region and in the country.
Theresa Fallon spoke at the EU Delegation in Manila at the invitation of Franz Jessen, EU Head of Delegation to the Philippines on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of EU-ASEAN relations. Participants included Erasmus Scholars and members of the diplomatic corp.
Theresa Fallon gave a presentation on the New Silk Road at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
In 2013, President Xi Jinping launched the New Silk Road Initiative as a centerpiece of China’s global strategy. Loosely based on the ancient Silk Road, the project aims to create a cohesive economic region encompassing dozens of countries in Europe, Central Asia, and East Africa through new infrastructure, strengthened trade links, and increased cultural exchange. This initiative can be seen as China’s first concerted effort to lead global development while simultaneously strengthening its influence on the world stage. What has China achieved so far and what kind of impact is the initiative having? What are the implications for the US as the Trump administration embraces a more isolationist policy?
Theresa Fallon and Jim Fanell presented their research at the International Conference on South China Sea Disputes: Award of the Arbitral Tribunal Constituted under Annex VII to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and its Implementation.
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On November 3-4, 2016, in Honolulu, Hawaii, Theresa Fallon gave a presentation on, "The Silk Road Economic Belt: How To Win Friends and Influence Europeans".
Theresa Fallon spoke on a panel with Gunnar Weigand, Managing Director of Asia and Pacific for the European External Action Service (EEAS), on "EU – China: Central Asia and Far-East Security Challenges" as part of the 12th CSDP High Level Course organized by the European Security and Defence College (ESDC) and the Belgian Royal Higher Institute for Defence on Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) in Brussels.