Four experts recently gathered on an NPR broadcast to examine and debate the motion "Obama's Foreign Policy Spells America's Decline," part of the Intelligence Squared U.S. series.
Dr. Kantathi Suphamongkhon, 39th Foreign Minister of Thailand and UCLA Burkle Center Senior Fellow, comments on the current situation in Thailand and asks Prime Minister Vejjajiva to put an end to the use of force against civilians.
The UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2009-10 Alice Belkin Memorial Scholarship.
The UCLA's Daily Bruin published a preview article of the UCLA Burkle Center's International Career Panel.
Gen. Wesley K. Clark (ret.), Henrietta H. Fore and Suzanne DiMaggio convene a task force under the auspices of the Asia Society to ponder how the United States can pursue a new path of engagement with Myanmar.
Read a recent review of Prof. Raustiala's book Does the Constitution Follow the Flag? The Evolution of Territoriality in American Law.
In an April 15 talk before an overflow audience in a School of Public Affairs classroom, Garcetti laid out some of the most pernicious problems that are undermining L.A.'s efforts to recover from the Great Recession and highlighted some strategies to address them. The lecture was sponsored by the Burkle Center.
Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala in the LA Times: "Consequences of the Catholic Church's Claim of Statehood"
The practice of treating the Catholic Church as a state has been bad for women's equality and gay rights. Now, the unfolding sexual abuse scandal reveals another dark side of the Holy See's status.
Alternating between black humor, biting sarcasm and insightful analysis, the internationally known columnist and author delivered the eighth annual Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture at Korn Convocation Hall to an audience of more than 400 people.
In front of a packed house at UCLA's Kerckhoff Hall on March 2, 2010, Chancellor Gene Block presented United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon with the UCLA Medal, the highest honor bestowed by the campus.
Kal responds to 6 interview questions about his recent book release as posed by interviewer Scott Horton of Harpers Magazine.
Deputy Permanent U.S. Representative to the U.N. Alejandro Wolff addressed a packed conference room in Bunche Hall on "The Obama Administration's New Approach to the United Nations," in a lecture sponsored by the Burkle Center.
Clark, a senior fellow at UCLA's Burkle Center for International Relations, opened the afternoon session for a Nov. 6 conference, "1989: Assessing the Collapse of Communism Twenty Years Later." The conference was organized by the UCLA Center for European and Eurasian Studies.
In October 2009 Burkle Senior Fellow Kantathi Suphamongkhon traveled to Santiago, Chile, for a conference to present his views on ASEAN progress in a speech titled "From Zero-sum to Positive-sum: Asean Turning Weakness Into Strength".
Gen. Clark on CNN Larry King Live on Monday, November 2 where he debated Pete Hegseth about Afghanistan.
When Jack Healey, founder and president of the Human Rights Action Center, came to UCLA on Nov. 5, his purpose was clear: to inspire undergraduates to dedicate themselves to the universal struggle for human rights, as he has done for nearly three decades.
Assistant Secretary of State Esther Brimmer looks at U.S. cooperation on issues from global warming to peacekeeping and human rights.
Burkle Center Senior Fellow Gen. Wesley K. Clark (ret.) in <i>Foreign Affairs</i> on the Need for Cybersecurity
Burkle Center Senior Fellow and former Supreme Commander of NATO, General Wesley K. Clark, and Peter L. Levin, former CEO of the cybersecurity company DAFCA, report on the need to secure U.S. computer networks, software, and hardware from cyberterrorism.
Burkle Center Welcomes Fall 2009 Interns: Annie Augustine, Tomasz Dziadkowiec, Deborah Magsaysay, Sarah Mallory, Anubha Prakash, Amy Ta & Jasmin Yu
New to our Center are 7 accomplished undergraduate and graduate students to work as this year's Fall/Winter Quarter interns.
Shaukat Aziz, who served Pakistan for eight years as finance minister and prime minister, argues in a talk at UCLA that global and regional powers will need to meet with all Afghan factions, the Taliban included, and offer a Marshall Plan for Afghanistan in order to put the country on the right track.