Events Spring 2004

Ronald Grigor Suny
Professor of Political Science and History, University of Chicago

"Why We Hate You: The Passions of National Identity and Ethnic Conflict" (tentative title)

Feb. 19

Ambassador Takakazu Kuriyama
Former Japanese Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
Former Japanese Ambassador to the United States

"Japan and the United States: In Search for a New Partnership"

Feb. 25 (Wed)

"U.S. Security Policy under Clinton & Bush: Continuity & Change"
See Schedule

Feb. 27 (Fri)
Bauer Center/Founders Room

Jisi Wang
Director, Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Beijing)
Professor of International Politics, Beijing University

"China's Policy toward the United States"

Mar. 24 (Wed)

Joseph William Prueher, Admiral USN (RET)
Former Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Pacific Command and Ambassador to China

"The United States and China: Diplomatic Experiences"

Mar. 31 (Wed)

"Identity and Nationalism in Europe and Eurasia"
Chaired by Hilary Appel
See Schedule

April 8 (Thurs)
Bauer Ctr/Founders Rm

Chong-Ha Yoo
Professor of International Relations, Sogang University (Seoul)
Former South Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs and Ambassador to the U.N.

"The United States and North Korea: Nuclear Issues"

Apr. 20 (Tue)