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Diaspora Communities: Influencing U.S. Foreign Policy

June 23, 2003 // 3:00pm4:00pm
Thomas Ambrosio, Assistant Professor of Political Science, North Dakota State University;Yossi Shain, Professor of Comparative Government and Diaspora Politics, Georgetown University

Why China Opened to the World

June 20, 2003 // 10:00am11:30am
David Zweig, professor, Division of Social Science, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

The Maoist Insurgency in Nepal: Challenges for Building Peace and Democracy

June 17, 2003 // 2:30pm5:00pm
The Honorable Michael E. Malinowski, U.S. Ambassador to Nepal, United States Department of State; Kanak Mani Dixit, Editor, Himal South Asia;Deepak Thapa,Himal Association;Jeffrey Key, Associate Professor of Government, Sweet Briar College;The Honorable Julia Chang Bloch,Moderator

The Islamization of Central Asia: Politics, Economics and Society

June 11, 2003 // 1:00pm5:00pm
This conference is co-sponsored by The Asia Program, Kennan Institute and Middle East Project.

The Sri Lankan Peace Process: A View from the Inside---An off-the-record discussion with David R. Cameron

May 29, 2003 // 3:30pm5:00pm
David R. Cameron, who participated in the Sri Lankan peace process, spoke about the role that federalism might play in efforts to resolve the conflict and shared his views on the current state and future prospects of the peace process.

The Chinese Communist Party—The End of the Line?

May 13, 2003 // 3:30pm5:30pm
David Shambaugh, Professor, George Washington University, and Wilson Center Fellow; Cheng Li, Professor, Hamilton College, and Wilson Center Fellow; Bruce Dickson, Associate Professor, George Washington University.

Afghanistan: Stagnation or Recovery -- Perspectives from an Aid Worker Based in Northeastern Afghanistan

May 13, 2003 // 12:00pm1:00pm
Alex Klaits, Program Manager, Christian Children's Fund/Child Fund Afghanistan

The Making of "Anti-American" Sentiment in Korea and Japan

May 06, 2003 // 3:00pm5:00pm
Katharine H.S. Moon, Asian Policy Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Center and the George Washington University; Sheila Smith, research fellow, East-West Center; Peter Brookes, director, Heritage Foundation Asian Studies Center.

U.S. Strategy in the Asia-Pacific Region

May 05, 2003 // 8:00am5:00pm
Kurt Campbell, vice president, Center for Strategic and International Studies; Ralph Cossa, president, Pacific Forum/CSIS; Richard Cronin, specialist in Asian affairs, Congressional Research Service; Aaron Friedberg, director, Center of International Studies, Princeton University; Harry Harding, dean, Elliott School of International Affairs; Major General David H. Huntoon, Director of Strategy, Plans and Policy, U.S. Army; Karl D. Jackson, director, Asia Studies and South East Asia Studies, School for Advanced International Studies; Kenneth Lieberthal, professor, University of Michigan; Michael McDevitt, director, Center for Strategic Studies, CNA Corporation; Marvin C. Ott, professor, National War College; Thomas R. Pickering, senior vice president, The Boeing Company; J. Stapleton Roy, managing director, Kissinger Associates, Inc; Walter B. Slocombe, Caplin and Drysdale; William M. Wise, president, The Sorrento Group.

Film: Afghanistan Unveiled

April 24, 2003 // 4:15pm6:00pm
Co-sponsored with the Asia Foundation, this documentary marks the culmination of a groundbreaking training program for Afghan women journalists.

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