Past East-West Center Events

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This is a listing of older East-West Center events (newer listed first). See Events to get the list of current or upcoming events.

NAME Location Start Date
Seminar: Vulnerability, Resilience, and Participation: Learning to Adapt to Rapidly Changing Environmental Hazards

Thomas Webler is Core Faculty in the Department of Environmental Studies at Antioch University New...

JAB 3012 (3rd Floor) noon - 1:00 p.m. August 23, 2007
Seminar: Translating Research into Better Decisions about Risk

Melissa L. Finucane is a Senior Research Investigator at the Pacific Center for Health Research...

JAB 3012 (3rd Floor) noon - 1:00 p.m. August 22, 2007
Seminar: Seasonal Climate Forecasts and Environmental Risk Management: Asia Pacific Experience

Rashed Chowdhury is a Research Scientist at the Pacific ENSO Applications Center (PEAC), and...

JAB 3012 (3rd Floor) noon - 1:00 pm August 21, 2007
Seminar: Integration Strategies for ASEAN: Alone, Together, or With Neighbors?

Early initiatives geared toward deepening economic integration in ASEAN were relatively superficial...

John A. Burns Hall, 3012 (3rd Floor), Noon - 1:00 pm August 17, 2007
AIJI Special Presentation: “TIME FOR JUSTICE” Two Films About The Khmer Rouge Tribunal

AIJI is a collaboration of the East-West Center and the War Crimes Studies Center at the University...

John A. Burns Hall, 3015 (Third Floor) August 16, 2007
SEMINAR: PATRIMONIALSM AND THE POLITICS OF DEVELOPMENT: Making Informal Governance Work for the Poor

For nearly two decades there has been a consensus in development circles that poverty in Third...

John A. Burns Hall, 3012 (Third Floor), Noon - 1:15 PM August 14, 2007
SEMINAR: WHAT IS A “STRATEGIC PARNERSHIP?” Russo-Chinese Security Relations

"Strategic Partnerships" represent a new mode of state-to-state alignment and one that is becoming...

John A. Burns Hall, 3012 (Third Floor), Noon - 1:15 PM August 13, 2007
Film Showing

2:00 p.m. Exhibition: Shaman Arts of Vietnam July 1 - September 10, 2007East-West Center...

EWC Gallery August 05, 2007
SEMINAR: ARE TRADE AND LABOR RECONCILABLE? PROPOSAL FOR A TRADE-RELATED LABOR AGREEMENT

Recently the labor issue, which has been considered as a domestic economic policy, has received...

John A. Burns Hall, 3012 (Third Floor) July 31, 2007
SEMINAR: THE DENUCLEARIZATION OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

Disarming Kim Jong-Il's North Korea has been a risky enterprise that continues to remain highly...

John A. Burns Hall, 3012 July 26, 2007
Seminar: Livable Cities and Community Participation in South Korea

The history and evolution of the "livable city" concept, that focuses on the experience of place,...

John A. Burns Hall, 3012 (Third Floor) July 24, 2007
2007 Infusing East Asian Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum Workshop

This is a three-week program of seminars, discussions, and curriculum development activities for...

Honolulu, Hawaii July 24, 2007
Seminar: Can Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Alleviate North Korea’s Terrist Threats?

North Korea has a terrorist past, primarily against South Korea. Today, the threat is more indirect...

John A. Burns Hall, 3012 (Third Floor) July 23, 2007
Seminar: Democratic Elections and Asian Financial Markets

John A. Burns Hall, 3012 (Third Floor) July 19, 2007
Seminar: Women Executives in Corporate Japan: Navigating the Tensions between Family and Fortune

Research Program Seminar on Population and Health Women Executives in Corporate Japan: Navigating...

Burns Hall room 3012 July 11, 2007

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