Lords Committee hears evidence on EU and China

30 April 2009

The House of Lords EU Foreign Affairs, Defence and Development Policy Sub-Committee inquiry into the relationship between the European Union and China continues at 10.35am.

Giving evidence to the Committee will be Dr Chris Alden, London School of Economics and James Keeley, International Institute for Environment Development.

The inquiry is focusing on the foreign, security and development policy aspects of the relationship, but will also cover key issues for bilateral cooperation such as human rights, the environment, and science and technology.

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