The Asia-Europe Institute (AEI), Centre for Ethics and Law in Science & Technology (CELEST) & UM Research Ethics (UMREC) Webinar • 22 January 2021 (Friday) • 3:00 PM MYT
Where to Next for Malaysia’s Social Cohesion Model? • 20 Jan 2021 • 4pm Kuala Lumpur / 7pm Canberra • Speakers: Dr. Amrita Malhi (Australian National University), Prof. Terence Gomez (Universiti Malaya), Dato’ Sri Nazir Razak (Ikhlas Capital) • Discussant: Prof. Johan Saravanamuttu (Universiti Malaya)
The Department of Linguistics, University of Calcutta, will be hosting a series of special lectures by the eminent scholar – Professor Maya Khemlani David – Honorary Professor, Asia- Europe Institute, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
AEI/CARUM Online Lecture featuring Prof. Johan Saravanamuttu , Professor Emeritus (USM) & Adjunct Professor (AEI). The video will premiere on 4 December 2020 at 12pm.
Join Dr. Nurliana Kamaruddin in this webinar organised by University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute-Malaysia • Date: 9 December 2020, Wednesday, Time: 15:00 to 16:30 (Malaysia); 16:00 to 17:30 (South Korea)
8th December 2020 (Tuesday) @ 2 pm - 3.30 pm by Prof. Maya Khemlani David, Honorary Professor at the Asia-Europe Institute, Universiti Malaya.
3rd Dec 2020 at 3pm MYT • The 2020 Year of ASEAN Identity was launched in January by the Deputy Secretary-General for ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community, His Excellency Kung Phoak at the ASEAN Secretariat in Jakarta. The underlying idea of the ASEAN Identity which was introduced at the Bali Concord II in 2003 was the effort to create a stronger regional connection with the people of all the member countries. In this webinar that focuses on the theme ‘People and Culture’, the panellists will discuss trade and migration issues as well as cultural cleavages and experiences’; integral aspects in the shaping of an ASEAN identity.
4 sessions in November (10, 12, 17 & 24th) | 4 Speakers, Zoom platform | Experts on inter-cultural management and communication will deliver lectures and facilitate discussions in the webinar. Seats are limited.
Organised by the Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya, Malaysia and the Asian Studies Centre, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, 14-18 September 2020
by Anthony Milner and Astanah Abdul Aziz
US-China, US-China – the commentary goes on and on. Who will be dominant? Must rising powers always go to war with established powers? Can the US assemble an Indo-Pacific alliance to balance China? Might the US agree to share primacy? These are urgent questions – but some recent Asian perspectives suggest a growing impatience with what a Japanese analyst calls these “bilateral dynamics”.