Upcoming Events

Fri, Mar 31, 2017, 12:00 pm

Description: The existing account about the China-led multilateral development bank – the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) – has been focused on the American policy concerns and the economic and commercial reasons for China to establish it.

Location: Robertson Hall
Audience: Open to the Public
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Wed, Apr 5, 2017, 4:30 pm

Description:

The PLA in China: A Foreign and Security Policy-making. In my lecture, I will explain how the political
"trinity" - consisting of the Party, the PLA and the State - plays a role in China's foreign and security policy-making particularly during the period of 1978 and 2012.

Bio:

Location: Robertson Hall Bowl 2
Audience: Open to the Public
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Wed, Apr 12, 2017, 4:30 pm

Description: The lecture will begin with a review of the guiding principles and key assumptions that the Obama administration used to inform its approach to the bilateral relationship between China and the USA. This review will be followed by a discussion about the key trends that emerged in the relationship.  Mr.

Location: Robertson Hall Bowl 002
Audience: Open to the Public
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Wed, Apr 19, 2017, 4:30 pm

Description: The bulk of the lecture will focus on how Southeast Asia is responding to the rise of China, and the policy implications of these developments for U.S.

Location: Robertson Hall Bowl 001
Audience: Open to the Public
Speaker(s):
Wed, May 3, 2017, 4:30 pm

Description: Diplomacy plays a critical role in the management and resolution of armed conflict and crises in the international system. After a war breaks out, decision makers see the opening of talks as a constructive step in the conflict’s resolution - dialogue allows for deals to be brokered and the logistics of war termination to be coordinated among all the relevant parties.

Location: Robertson Hall Bowl 002
Audience: Open to the Public
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