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Thursday, Dec 8, 2016
by dsuchens
On Tuesday December 13th, PUCC will be holding a dinner conversation with Sara Judge and all PUCC Members.
Thursday, Dec 8, 2016
by dsuchens
The challenges and opportunities presented by China’s rise are hotly contested. To help make sense of the issue, the ChinaPower Conference will feature a series of debates between leading experts on the nature of Chinese power.
Wednesday, Dec 7, 2016
by dsuchens
A book by Thomas J. Christensen, William P. Boswell Professor of World Politics of Peace and War, is a medalist of the 2016 Arthur Ross Book Award, presented annually by the Council on Foreign Relations.
Monday, Dec 5, 2016
by dsuchens
Abstract The concept of rising powers is central to international relations, and it is considered crucial for answering questions about war and peace. Yet the theoretical literature on rising powers is surprisingly sparse and highly contentious.
Monday, Dec 5, 2016
by dsuchens
China was in the crosshairs of both U.S. presidential candidates this election season. Republican candidate Donald J. Trump pledged to put an end to Chinese trade policies that “rape” the U.S. economy, while Democratic candidate Hillary R.
Friday, Dec 2, 2016
by dsuchens
Dear CWP Advocates,
Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016
by dsuchens
    The PUCC weekly dinner discussion. Come join us Nov 30 at 6:30pm in Mathey Dining Hall to chat about China-Taiwan relations.    Some issues to think about:  
Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016
by dsuchens
Australia’s role in an increasingly tense international power struggle in the Asia Pacific has become the target of new research by Griffith University’s Associate Professor Kai He.
Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016
by dsuchens
CISS Security Studies Colloquium presents: Japan in the Age of Walls: Its Current and Future Foreign and Security Policies in East Asia and Beyond Naoyuki Agawa, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan Tuesday, December 6, 4:30 pm
Tuesday, Nov 29, 2016
by dsuchens
COME SEE ALL EYES AND EARS AND TALK WITH DIRECTOR VANESSA HOPE 6pm on December 3rd, Location TBD Dinner Provided   PUCC Events  

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