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Previous Events 2007
December 17, 2007, Special Presentation
Negotiating the Malaysia-United States Free Trade Agreement: A Mid-Course Analysis
Dr. Pek Koon Heng, Professor, American University

December 13, 2007, Visiting Fellows Seminar
Democratic Institutions and Political Corruption in Emerging Democracies: The Case of Thailand
Dr. Napisa Waitoolkiat, East-West Center in Washington Visiting Fellow
and
The State and the Reactor: Nuclear Politics in Post-Suharto Indonesia
Dr. Sulfikar Amir, East-West Center in Washington Visiting Fellow

November 15, 2007, Congressional Study Group on Asian Security
Prospects for Taiwan-PRC Peace Under New Leaders
Ambassador Raymond Burghardt, East-West Center, and current Chairman of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) and Dr. Richard C. Bush, Brookings Institution, and former Chairman of AIT

October 26, 2007, Meeting
United States Relations with ASEAN at Thirty
Co-sponsored by the East-West Center (EWC) and the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore.
APB summary of event or entire meeting notes (9 pages)

September 7, 2007 , Joint Congressional Study Group on Asian Security and the Pacific Islands
A Fresh Start for Timor-Leste
Hans G. Klemm, U.S. Ambassador to Timor-Leste
Flynn Fuller of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

June 28, 2007, Asian Security Forum
"The Strategic Consequences of India's Economic Performance"
Sanjaya Baru, Media Advisor to the Prime Minister of India

June 14, 2007 , Democracy and Human Rights Seminar
"The Current Impasse in Timor-Leste"
Douglas Kammen

May 10, 2007 , Democracy and Human Rights Seminar
"Ethnic Diversity and Democracy"
 
Kanchan Chandra, Associate Professor of Politics, New York University 

April 23, 2007 , Democracy and Human Rights Seminar 
"Rightful Resistance in Rural China" 
Kevin O'Brien, Professor of Political Science and Chair, Center for Chinese Studies, University of California, Berkeley 

March 29, 2007 , Democracy and Human Rights Seminar 
"Resolving Separatist Conflicts in Southeast Asia: Aceh and Southern Thailand" 
Edward Aspinall, Fellow, Indonesian Politics, Department of Political and Social Change, The Australian National University 
Duncan McCargo, Professor of Southeast Asian Politics University of Leeds, UK 

February 15, 2007 , Democracy and Human Rights Seminar 
"Malaysia's Semi-Democracy in Practice: Through the Lens of Elections" 
Bridget Welsh, Assistant Professor of Southeast Asia Studies, Johns Hopkins University-SAIS