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EU-LDC Regions - South East Asia - Description/Local Institutions


Centre for European Studies (CES), Chulalongkorn University, Bankok, Thailand

CES was established in 1997, carrying on the activities of the Chulalongkorn University European Studies Programme (CUESP) funded by the European Commission since 1993.

The main objective of CES is to create better understanding within Thailand of the European Union and, in particular, the European integration process and EU-ASEAN/Thai relations. Further, it seeks to disseminate information and knowledge of European Affairs in the ASEAN region.

CES undertakes activities in the following areas:

  • Research, CES runs joint research programmes on ASEAN-EU relations in economics, political science, law and history.
  • Conferences and workshops, and training programmes on the EU, and relations between the EU and ASEAN region.
  • Publications, CES publishes books, research monographs, occasional papers, the Journal of European Studies and the Asia-Europe Studies Series (AESS).
  • Teaching, CES co-ordinates, in collaboration with the graduate school of Chulalongkorn University, a Masterís Programme in European Studies.
  • Networking, CES promotes co-operative networks between ASEAN and European Scholars and building linkages between institutions in the two regions.
  • Resources, the European Documentation Centre collects materials on politics, economics, law, and history of the integration of the European Community.

EU-LDC Network Contact Person

Charit Tingsabadh - Tcharit@chula.ac.th

For further information visit the CES website 

 



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