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UPCOMING EVENTS Feature
World Leaders Forum
"His Excellency Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan"
Moderated by Gerald Curtis
Mon. Sept 22
5:35 PM to 6:15 PM
Rotunda, Low Library
Registration required.

World Leaders Forum
"His Excellency Benigno S. Aquino III, President of the Republic of the Philippines"
Moderated by Duncan McCargo
Tues. Sept 23
5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Rotunda, Low Library
Registration required.

Discussion
"Xi Jinping's 'Coup From the Top:' Anti-Corruption and Political Reform"
Li Weidong; Moderated by Andrew Nathan
Wed. Sept 24
4:10 PM - 6:00 PM
IAB RM 918
No registration required.

Lecture Series: Museums & Material Culture: East Asia
"Reimagining Asia: A Possible New Asia Wing at the American Museum of Natural History"
David Harvey; Laurel Kendall; Ross MacPhee; Moderated by Eugenia Lean
Thurs. Sept 25
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
IAB RM 918
No registration required.

 

 

WEAI Director
Eugenia Lean

Regional Expertise: China | Japan | Korea | Mongolia | Southeast Asia | Taiwan | Tibet

 

Read the report on the June 27, 2014 WEAI/SIPA event "Tension Reduction in Northeast Asia: A U.S. Experts Workshop"

Federal Work Study Positions now available at WEAI. Apply today.

WEAI professor Charles K. Armstrong talks with NPR on North Korea's Sentencing of American Matthew Miller.

WEAI's Duncan McCargo writes about the consequences of Thailand's coup in Foreign Policy

WEAI's Modern Tibetan Studies director Robert Barnett discusses the Dalai Lama's recent comments about a successor in The Wall Street Journal

WEAI research scholar Saskia Schaefer writes about Indonesia's new president in The Nation

WEAI professor Gerald Curtis discusses Japan's new cabinet in The Economist

WEAI professor Gerald Curtis publishes article "Abe's Game Plan on North Korea" for the Center for Strategic & International Studies.

WEAI's Robert Barnett discusses the field of Modern Tibetan Studies with The China Story

Professor Carol Gluck has been named the 2014-15 Cleveringa Professor at Leiden University

WEAI Professor Eugenia Lean receives the 2013-14 Faculty Mentoring Award from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

 

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