Saturday, Jan 6, 2018
Patricia M. Kim says denuclearising the Korean peninsula would require coercive diplomacy and credible assurances to Kim Jong-un about the longevity of his regime. And for this, the US needs to get China, Russia, South Korea and Japan on board PUBLISHED : Friday, 29 December, 2017, 11:36am
Saturday, Jan 6, 2018
Happy 2018 all!   A few career-related notes to start off your year, from PUCC's Career Events & Alumni Relations team.  
Saturday, Jan 6, 2018
PIIRS Global Seminar China Run by our friends at the Center on Contemporary China and taught by Professor Yu Xie, this seminar will be based in Beijing and feature multiple excursions throughout western and southern China. Application Deadline: Feburary 13th
Wednesday, Jan 3, 2018
제목 손인주(동양사91) 서울대 정치학과 신임교수 인터뷰. 작성자 admin 작성일
Tuesday, Jan 2, 2018
** NOTE these position are for the 'Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China' and not for The China and the World Program (CWP). The Center is pleased to announce we have three open positions: postdoctoral research associate, research scientist, and office assistant/events coordinator. Please see below for details.
Thursday, Dec 14, 2017
Prior to its recent, much discussed international ‘assertiveness’, China’s attitude to the West had deteriorated, as reflected in official discourse of national identity.
Wednesday, Dec 13, 2017
Come to our table-talk event tonight! The table-talk will feature Christina Davis as our speaker. Date and Time: Wednesday the 13th @6pm Location: Wilson PDR
Wednesday, Dec 6, 2017
As part of its mission to promote intra- and inter-Asian research, the Asia Center offers two postdoctoral fellowships.
Friday, Dec 1, 2017
North Korea’s latest missile test, its 20th of the year, suggests that President Trump’s threatening rhetoric, as well as increased sanctions, have yet to deter the Kim regime from pushing along its nuclear weapons program.
Friday, Nov 17, 2017
Hey! Come to our table-talk series on  China's third wave of returning overseas Chinese with Jia Guo. The talk will focus on how people's view about "American dream" changed in recent years as China develops rapidly.


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