Quick links to all the stories posted at the UCLA International Institute
UCLA panel looks at people and governments who deny or explain away the Armenian genocide, the Holocaust, the killing of Tutsis in Rwanda in 1994, and the ongoing massacres in the Darfur provinces of Sudan.
A student recounts his experience as an intern in Shanghai, China
"America is betraying the values it taught us!" This phrase, uttered by one of my Arab friends from the American University of Beirut, echoed my feelings as I traveled around the Middle East visiting five classmates on the 50th anniversary of our meeting as students at AUB.
The Third Wilbur K. Woo Conference on the Greater China Economy held at UCLA
Mrs. Ngoc Bay gives exhibition of techniques of Hat Boi at UCLA.
Powerpoint presentation of HERITAGE LANGUAGE PRESERVATION: Chinese as a Model for Inter-Sector Collaboration
Global studies takes a holistic approach to education.
Doctoral students from seven California universities offer papers on the EU's institutional framework, economy, international role, and citizenship policies.
UCLA senior Audrey Desiderato survived the December 26 tsunami while scuba-diving off a Thai island. Here she reflects on the experience and on the immense losses suffered by others.
Department of Asian Languages and Cultures offers courses in Advanced Filipino for the first time.
The full text of the February 2005 statement by the DPRK's Foreign Ministry.
Tsunami Still Taking Toll: Indonesian Military Combines Relief with Executing Rebels, while Sri Lankan Fishermen Face Loss of Livelihood
UCLA professors say relief efforts hurt by prexisting conditions in Indonesia and Sri Lanka.
About the Performers in A Celebration of Music and Dance from South and Southeast Asia—A Benefit to Support Tsunami Relief Efforts, to be held on February 9th at 7:00 p.m. (UCLA Ackerman Union's Grand Ballroom)
A list of the distinguished performers in, “A Celebration of Music and Dance from South and Southeast Asia”—A Benefit to Support Tsunami Relief Efforts
Globalization is a big word. But a new major in global studies aims to give UCLA students the tools to understand it.
UCLA Professor James Yamazaki speaks with Shigeko Sasamori, one of the so-called Hiroshima Maidens, who survived the atomic bombing and were brought to the US for reconstructive surgery in 1955 by Norman Cousins and the readers of Saturday Review.
Kenneth W. Stein (Emory University) puts the recent Palestinian election in perspective
Former senior advisor to L. Paul Bremer looks at the players in Iraq's new political lineup, strategies for defusing the insurgency, and some of the serious mistakes the U.S. has made and continues to make.
New feature on faculty and staff hobbies takes a look at Leslie Evans' period miniature German dollhouse.
Campus responds to crisis
Expert panel looks at political problems in relief work, priorities in rescue and reconstruction efforts, and what aid workers and NGOs actually do.
He carried China's democratic hopes but sacrificed his freedom at Tiananmen.
Distinghished political scientist assumes administrative responsibilities as part of growth of UCLA's international work.
The Institute for International Education and the Freeman Foundation offer emergency assistance to students from disaster-affected areas.
In much of Southeast Asia, China and India, the fight against HIV/AIDS is being led by UCLA alumni — trainees sent here to learn from the best
Links to some of the organizations that have mobilized to respond to the crisis. In most cases it is possible to read about an organization's pre-crisis efforts in the region as well as what it has sought to do to address the destruction and long-term challenges of rebuilding.
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