Heine and fellow experts explored the challenges Asia and Latin America have faced and the different approaches they took that resulted in wildly different outcomes.
“American strategists in the years ahead must be prepared to revisit the fundamentals of the U.S. presence in Europe and devolve authority to local actors.”
Dean Adil Najam spoke at two conferences related to environmental policies held at the Fletcher School (Tufts University) and at the Harvard Business School.
The BUCSA digital humanities project explores exhibits on Asian dance and architecture at the international fairs held in the 19th century.
Dean Adil Najam interviewed on VOA on US diplomatic moves in North Korea, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Prof. William Keylor discusses United States President Elect Donald Trump’s policy toward Asia.
Associate Dean Bill Grimes spoke on the considerable concern in Asia about the prospect of the UK leaving the EU.
Prof. Hefner focused on the challenge of intellectual renewal and political reform in Muslim countries in the face of radical challenges.
An event held at the Pardee School detailed the facts, myths, and history of the samurai – the storied warriors of feudal Japan.
Pardee School centers came together to present an event examining courtship among Muslim Javanese youth.
The Center for the Study of Asia hosted a conversation and film screening with Shahla Haeri, Professor and filmmaker.
Howard French, journalist and author, discussed the experience of the Chinese diaspora currently remaking Africa.
“Foreign Policy in India Under Narendra Modi” brought academics from all over the world together at the Pardee School.
The Center for the Study of Asia hosted their annual Fall Reception on Oct. 5 at the George Sherman Union.
The Center for the Study of Asia recently participated in a University-wide series of events offering a new reckoning with the legacy of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Tom Christensen spoke on the U. S. relationship with China before a packed house on Sept. 14
Pardee School Professor Thomas Berger said that the increase in military posturing by the government of Shinzo Abe in Japan had the potential for contributing to tensions in Asia.
Grant F. Rhode has been awarded a Taiwan Fellowship to research and write on Taiwan’s approach to disputes in the East and South China Seas.
A conference held at the Pardee School examined the historical antecedents of the current conflict China is negotiating in its quest for dominance of the South China Sea.
The Center for the Study of Asia held its annual Spring Reception on April 30.