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France sees ASEAN as key actor to promote multilateralism in the region

Ms Chen Chen Lee with Ms Morgane Nicol [Programs Director, I4CE (Institute for Climate Economics)] and Ms Anne-Claire Roux (Managing Director, Finance for Tomorrow, Paris Europlace)

19 Apr France sees ASEAN as key actor to promote multilateralism in the region

Against an evolving security order in the Asia-Pacific region, France views ASEAN as a key actor to promote multilateralism in the region and it is in France’s interest to support ASEAN’s centrality.

This was one of some key messages that Ms Chen Chen Lee, Director of Policy Programmes at the SIIA, received when she was in Paris from 7 to 14 April 2019 as part of France’s Future Leaders Program (PIPA). Run by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs’ Center for Analysis, Planning and Strategy, PIPA marks its 30th anniversary this year.

Chen Chen also met with representatives from the European Parliament, Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Ministry of Defense, prominent think-tanks and non-government organizations, and leading financial institutions in France. The PIPA hosts about 100 emerging leaders a year from some 40 different countries. They may be elected representatives or political leaders, high officials, academics, or representatives of civil society or the economic sphere.

The issues discussed included France’s relationship with ASEAN/Singapore, the rise of China and its impact on the international order, France’s model for sustainable and climate finance, and the politics of immigration and nationalism within Europe.

Ms Chen Chen Lee with Mr Morgan Despres, Head of Financial Regulation Policy and Coordination Division, Financial Stability Department, Banque De France, and Mr Clément BOURGEY, Banque De France

Mr Morgan Despres (Head of Financial Regulation Policy and Coordination Division, Financial Stability Department, Banque De France), Ms Chen Chen Lee and Mr Clément BOURGEY (Banque De France)

Ms Chen Chen Lee with Ms Lise Talbot Barre, Special Advisor to the Director, Cooperation, Development and Human Rights, Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs and Ms Laetitia Bilgorai, Southeast Asia Division, Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs

Ms Lise Talbot Barre (Special Advisor to the Director, Cooperation, Development and Human Rights, Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs), Ms Chen Chen Lee and Ms Laetitia Bilgorai (Southeast Asia Division, Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs)

 

Ms Chen Chen Lee with Mr Martin Landais (Head of Asia and South Pacific, Directorate-General of the Treasury, Ministry for Economy and Finance), Mr Christophe Bories (Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bilateral Economic Relations, Directorate-General of the Treasury, Ministry for Economy and Finance), Ms. Charlotte Gardes (Deputy Head of Financial Stability, Accounting Standards and Corporate Governance, Directorate-General of the Treasury, Ministry for Economy and Finance) and Mr Arnaud Tripet (Area Manager of Asia and South Pacific, Directorate-General of the Treasury, Ministry for Economy and Finance)

Mr Martin Landais (Head of Asia and South Pacific, Directorate-General of the Treasury, Ministry for Economy and Finance), Mr Christophe Bories (Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bilateral Economic Relations, Directorate-General of the Treasury, Ministry for Economy and Finance), Ms Chen Chen Lee, Ms Charlotte Gardes (Deputy Head of Financial Stability, Accounting Standards and Corporate Governance, Directorate-General of the Treasury, Ministry for Economy and Finance) and Mr Arnaud Tripet (Area Manager of Asia and South Pacific, Directorate-General of the Treasury, Ministry for Economy and Finance)

 

Ms Chen Chen Lee with Ms Armelle Douaud, Head of Secretariat, Directorate-General for External Policies of the Union Committee on Foreign Affairs, European Parliament

Ms Chen Chen Lee with Ms Armelle Douaud (Head of Secretariat, Directorate-General for External Policies of the Union Committee on Foreign Affairs, European Parliament)