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Professor Archana Upadhyay from School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India is visiting Tallinn University on 6th of October and will give a lecture on the topic “South Asian Security: Issues and Challenges”.Her lecture will take place on Thrusday, 6th of October in Tallinn University Astra Building, room no A007 at 14:15-15:45.
Universal Periodic Review in Southeast Asia: An Evidence-Based Regional Assessment. By May 2016, each state in Southeast Asia will have completed its second cycle of the Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR). But what is the impact of the UPR on human rights in the region? And does the focus on constructive dialogue and the state-centric nature of the process help improve the situation?
The Afghanistan Deputy Foreign Minister H.E. Nasir Ahmad Andisha is visiting Estonia, and will give a public lecture at Tallinn University on 24th of May on the topic “The challenges of Afghanistan today and a vision for future”.
On 13th of May, Tallinn University together with Confucius Institute is organizing 8th Shanghai Education Exhibition. Come and find out more about the learning opportunities in China and about Asian studies in Tallinn University!
The first Korean speech contest was held in Tallinn King Sejong Institute (TUT). The winner of the contest, Maari Hinsberg, will pay a visit to the headquarters of King Sejong Institutes in Seoul in October 2016, and stay there for 8 days.
The TUT´s Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies (CAPS) arranged the Inaugural Edition of its annual Student Conference. The event, titled “Building Interconnectedness: The Belt and Road Initiative and its impact on International Relations”, was attended by 50 people and featured by two keynote speeches delivered by His Excellency Mr. Qu Zhe, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to the Republic of Estonia, and Professor Dr. Renno Veinthal, TUT’s Vice-Rector for Research.
ASIA Centre in Bangkok is organising monthly Seminar Series. Karin Dean will focus in her seminar "The 'Kachin Conflict' in Northern Myanmar: Roots and Shifting Contexts" on conflict, resolution and the prospects of reconciliation in Kachin State in Myanmar. Kachin State is one of the few remaining terrains of on-going fighting in Myanmar in 2016.