This event has been postponed 7 April 2020 • 10am • AEI Auditorium | Can you explain your thesis to a non-specialist audience in 3 minutes? Try it out! Compulsory to all AEI PhD students who are in the 4th semester and above.
Congratulations to Prof. Dr. Sarinah Low Wah Yun for being appointed as the new Acting Chairperson for University of Malaya Research Ethics Committee-Non Medical (UMREC)
AEI Public Lecture by Prof. Dr. Sarwar Uddin Ahmed from Independent University, Bangladesh • 18th March 2020 • 10:00 am • Asia-Europe Institute, UM. This event has been postponed
This event has been postponed Theme: Towards a Common Regional Identity: Developing synergies through Socio-Cultural Co-operation. AEI would like to invite academicians, practitioners, researchers, students and administrators from the private and public sectors to participate and submit papers to be considered for presentation.
Professor Azirah Hashim is a recipient of the Trinity Long Room Hub Visiting Research Fellowship, Trinity College Dublin (TCD), Ireland.
Dr. Sameer Kumar, Associate Professor, Asia-Europe Institute, Universiti Malaya, was an invited speaker at the conference held at the ASEAN Secretariat building, Jalan Sisingamangaraja, Jakarta, on February 18-19, 2020.
12th February 2020 (Wednesday), 08:30 am – 05:00 pm, Venue: AEI Resource Centre.
By Johan Saravanamuttu
Under Mahathir, in his second term as prime minister, Malaysia has crafted a foreign policy of capitalising on an ascendant China while hedging against the current environment of a more fluid world. In so doing Malaysia is maintaining strong ties with major US allies of Asia, such as Japan.
This workshop which is scheduled on 11 & 12 January 2020 has been cancelled.
‘Building Social Research Capacities in Higher Education Institutions in Lao PDR and Malaysia’ is a multi-country Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education joint project involving higher education institutions from both the EU and ASEAN countries.
Arvend received the award at the ASEAN Youth Leadership Summit 2019 organised by the Global Youth Parliament in Manila, Philippines.
The 2019 conference brought together eminent thinkers and academics from more than ten countries across Asia and Europe, who discussed a wide range of topics such as western and non-western approaches to international relations, European and Asian security architectures, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the emerging Indo-Pacific construct.