Helly, D. 2015. China’s Public Diplomacy: Implications for Europe. (ECDPM Presentation).
“EU-China cooperation is impressively expanding and deepening, especially in the field of research and innovation. But could this cooperation be culturally deeper?”
What does the rapid development of China’s public diplomacy mean for Europe? At a recent event ECDPM’s Damien Helly presented some key messages:
Damien’s presentation slides and the meeting report prepared by Madariaga, a College of Europe Foundation, can be found at the download buttons.
– Ingrid d’Hooghe, Senior Research Associate, The Clingendael Institute
– Damien Helly, Deputy Head of programme Strengthening European External Action, European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM)
– Ji Rong, Deputy Director, Press and Communication Section, Chinese Mission to the EU
– Walter Zampieri, Head of Unit, Culture policy and intercultural dialogue, DG Education and Culture, European Commission
The debate was moderated by Jan Melissen, Senior Research Fellow, The Clingendael Instituten and Professor of Diplomacy, University of Antwerp.
This event was held on occasion of the launch of the book “China’s Public Diplomacy” (I. d’Hooghe, Brill Nijhoff, 2015).
This event was jointly organised with The Clingendael Institute.