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Why Do Germany and the US View Iraq Differently?

On January 14, 2003, The Center for European and Eurasian Studies hosted a lecture by Harald Müller, Professor of International Relations at the Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt. Professor Müller offered a frank assessment of German Foreign Policy and the Iraqi Issue.

China's Legal System: A Bum Rap?

China's long march toward rule of law

The Dentist Who Changed World History

Papers of Dr. Maurice William donated to the Center for Chinese Studies

Where is China Going?

Remarks of Richard Baum at the Foreign Correspondents Club, Beijing, December 13, 2002

What do Asians think about their nations?

Pew Center survey reveals Asian attitudes about their own lives, their nations, the world, and the United States. New Asia Institute pages summarize findings on Asia.

What do Asians think about the world?

ew Center survey reveals Asian attitudes about their own lives, their nations, the world, and the United States. New Asia Institute pages summarize findings on Asia.

UCLA a Pioneer in Heritage Language Instruction, including Asian Languages

UCLA is helping to develop an invaluable American resource -- heritage language speakers. UCLA Today details the effort in several languages including Chinese and Korean with plans to offer such instruction in Thai and other South and Southeast Asian languages.

China Expo-USA Comes to the LA Convention Center

December 6 to 8

Global Gloom and Growing Anti-Americanism

What the World Thinks in 2002

Searching for Punk Rock in Korea with Tim Tangherlini

Meg Sullivan's faculty profile on Tangherlini, a UCLA folklorist, originally appeared in UCLA Today.

What do Asians think?

Pew Center survey reveals Asian attitudes about their own lives, their nations, the world, and the United States. New Asia Institute pages summarize findings on Asia.

How Repressive Is the Chinese Government in Tibet?

Scholar tells skeptical audience that claims by Tibetan exiles of Chinese cultural discrimination are greatly exaggerated.

US-German Relations: Spat or Separation?

"Frank talk among friends is the best kind of diplomacy," according to Ron Rogowski (UCLA PoliSci) in response to remarks on US German relations made by the German Ambassador to the United States Wolfgang Ischinger at a luncheon seminar at UCLA on November 26.

One year after 9/11: What Has Really Changed?

The globalization-as-Americanization nexus seems all the tighter now, with people the world over increasingly likely to blame the United States for all their discontents.

What do Asians think about the United States?

Pew Center survey reveals Asian attitudes about their own lives, their nations, the world, and the United States. New Asia Institute pages summarize findings on Asia.

Filipino Film Festival at UCLA a Big Success

Five classic films provide Los Angeles restrospective of the best of Filipino filmaking from the early 1960s to the end of the 1980s.

UCLA's Anthony Reid Named Fukuoka Laureate

UCLA historian Anthony Reid was named July 1 as a recipient of the prestigious Fukuoka Asian Culture Prize for his work in Southeast Asian historiography.

Money Hungry Students Fed at UCLA International Fellowship Fair

Nearly 100 students and faculty members attended the second annual Fellowship Fair sponsored by the UCLA International Institute November 12.

UCLA Doctor Assists Bali Bomb Victims

Arthur Sorrell, UCLA ER Specialist in Bali to teach at the Bali International Medical Center, wound up joining Indonesian colleagues treating victims of the October 12 terrorist attack.

2nd National Conference on Heritage Languages in America

The United States has a long history of educational programs to help immigrant, refugee, and native American students improve their command of English. However, relatively few educational programs have recognized the languages of these students as a valuable national resource.

Iraq Options Debated by UCLA Panel

A volatile overflow crowd of students, faculty, and community members jammed an auditorium in Kinsey Hall on the UCLA campus October 16 to hear a discussion of U.S. options vis-a-vis Iraq.

Iraq: Assessing the Options

The UCLA International Institute and the Burkle Center for International Relations will host a public forum at UCLA on October 16 to explore the issues involved in the emerging U.S. foreign policy about Iraq.

President Bush Silent on Potential Costs of War with Iraq

Gary Hart sharply criticized President Bush and the American military at a UCLA luncheon address on Wednesday, October 2, 2002, for not forthrightly telling the American people the possible risks in a U.S. attack on Iraq.

Balinese Gamelan Performance

On September 28, 2002, the Wilshire Ebell Theater reverberated with the rich tones of Balinese gamelan music, as a large audience enjoyed an evening of music and dance from the Çudamani ensemble of Bali.

Ambassadors Weigh U.S.-Korea Relations, Relations with North Korea

President Bush's Axis of Evil speech criticized by South Korean Ambassador, defended by U.S. Ambassador to South Korea in friendly exchange.

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