China & Far East | The China factor in World Geopolitics

The next session of the cycle “China & Far East: challenges and future” will be held at ISCTE-IUL, on May 14, at 6p.m.

The invited speaker of this open lecture is Luís Tomé (OBSERVARE-UAL) that will present his communication “The China Factor in World Geopolitics”.

This session is an open lecture of the curricular unit “Contemporary China” of the Master in International Studies of ISCTE-IUL. Free entry.


About the speaker:

Associate Professor at University Autónoma of Lisbon (UAL)-Department of International Relations, since 1995, where he coordinates the PhD/Doctorate in International Relations: Geopolitics and Geoeconomics and other postgraduate courses. Prof. Luis Tomé has also been Visiting Professor at the National Defense Institute (IDN) and the High Institute for Police Sciences and Internal Security (ISCPSI), as well abroad at the East Timor National Defense Institute and the Middle East Technical University (METU) in Ankara-Turkey.

Scientific Coordinator of OBSERVARE- Observatory of Foreign Affairs, a UAL’s research unit where he also coordinates the research group War, Peace and Security Studies. Deputy Director of the scientific, e-journal of international relations and of the Yearbook Janus, as well coordinator or expert member of several international research projects and publications.

Prof. Luis Tomé main areas of research work and expertise are geopolitics and international security – particularly in Euro-Atlantic, Asia-Pacific and Post-Soviet Space regions. He is author and co-author of a dozen books and numerous articles and essays published.

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CEI-Iscte (Centre for International Studies) is a university-based multidisciplinary research center at ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL). CEI-Iscte aims at promoting interdisciplinary research in Social Sciences, International Relations and Economy, focusing in its areas of geographic specialisation: Africa, Asia, Europe, and Transatlantic Relations.

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