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This year, a record 713 UCLA students are expected to study abroad — despite the turmoil in the Middle East and flu epidemics in Asia.
The Ronald W. Burkle Center for International Relations presents Senator John Kerry who will give a foreign policy speech at the UCLA International Institute Friday, February 27, 2004
We invite you to join us at a public event to listen to Senator John Kerry share his vision about US foreign policy.
UCLA students, graduates, and faculty present their research in San Diego on March 4-7, 2004.
Yang Jiemian, Vice President of the Shanghai Institute of International Studies, analyzes the likely path of China's foreign policy in the years ahead
Trustee for the Human Community: Ralph J. Bunche and the Decolonization of Africa*
Israeli legal scholar probes the difficulties of preserving rights of Arab communities in Israel in a region torn by interethnic conflict.
The Machinery of Vietnamese Art and Literature in the Post-Renovation, Post-Communist, and Post-Modern Period
Pham Thi Hoài, one of contemporary Vietnam's most influential writers, analyzes literature in Vietnam today
Ruth Gavison, Distinguished Professor of Law, Hebrew University, Leading Israeli Public Intellectual. 4:00 pm, UCLA Law School 1347.
Dr. Andrew Schechtman reports on his two tours of duty during the revolt against Charles Taylor.
Noted historian discusses "Interesting Times: A Twentieth Century Life" with UCLA audience.
Norm Apter, a UCLA graduate student in Chinese history, is studying in Taiwan and offers this reflection on the presidential campaign underway there
Dr. Takeyuki Tsuda (UC San Diego) asks: Are Japanese Brazilian Migrants in Japan a Transnational Community?
Media experts to examine personal copying, international trade in digital media, and legal challenges of global publication for the United States and Europe.
Anna L. Tsing (Anthropology, UC Santa Cruz) discusses connections between globalism, rural chaos, and environmental destruction.
Implications of the November 2003 Bush Doctrine on Middle East democracy.
UCLA students learn of immigrants' need of legal representation at an event sponsored by the non-profit Active Voice, the UCLA International Institute, & the UCLA School of Law
Human rights may not be the most pressing need of the poor of Asia
Middle East Bibliographer trains librarians in Sarajevo and Abu Dhabi.
The UCLA International Institute in cooperation with School of Law & the prestigious non-profit organization Active Voice, will present a screening of the upcoming original movie "Chasing Freedom," produced by Court TV as part of a national awareness campaign.
Jiemian Yang, vice president of the Shanghai Institute of International Studies, analyzes crises in U.S.-China relations: why they arise, how they are managed, and what can be done to forestall them.
Understanding human rights conditions around the world and knowing how to appropriately and effectively bring human rights issues into the classroom are essential for today's educators. This workshop provides teachers with the knowledge, materials, and methods they need to engage their students.
Fernando de Araujo describes the problems of constructing a democratic infrastructure in the wake of the devastation wrought by Indonesia on his island nation.
Outreach directors from major U.S. universities introduce Anchorage high school teachers and students to the Middle East during MESA meeting in Alaska.
Richard Baum tells NPR's Day to Day show that trade and Taiwan head U.S. agenda with China, as China emerges as Asia's central power.
Buddhist Studies greatly expanded as well.
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