Welcome to the Keck CenterThe Keck Center for International and Strategic Studies at Claremont McKenna College supports the study of critical issues in world affairs and actively promotes research into topics arising from the rapidly changing world order.
The Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) is offering an opportunity for students interested in Regional Security Studies to work with faculty on policy relevant research projects, as well as engage in various APCSS departments and program areas. The Keck Center has agreed to nominate two of our best undergrad students for this position. The application deadline is Sunday, December 15th, and is open to all current sophomores and juniors, with preference given to International Relations majors. The Keck Center will only review applications submitted by this deadline for nomination; nominees will be announced Monday, December 23rd.
All application materials should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Age of Ambition: Chasing Fortune, Truth, and Faith in China"
An interview with Evan Osnos:
The Pursuit of Fortune, Truth, and Faith in the New China
2013-2014 Arthur R. Adams International Fellows June Kim '14 and Christine Wilkes '16 recently sat down with Evan Osnos, a highly acclaimed writer of The New Yorker. Please read a summary of the interview here.
Keck Journal of Foreign Affairs
The Keck Center is proud to present a new form of showcasing student research.
Founded by 2011-2012 Arthur R. Adams International Fellows, Shree Pandya '14 and Kevin Wallentine '12, the Keck Journal of Foreign affairs is a student run website filled with student research and edited by students at Claremont McKenna College. Please take a moment to review the website via the link below:
"Five Myths about China's Power"
Washington Post article
click here to review article
click here for Q & A with Professor Pei
Keck Center Speakers: A Series of Conversations
Our Arthur R. Adams Fellows, have provided a valuable collection of articles and reviews on a number of topics, including international economics and market reform, American declinism, political Islam, and the new Middle East. Please take the opportunity to review the articles below.
Shree Pandya '14 and Kevin Wallentine '12
Dr. Sheri Berman, Professor of Political Science at Barnard College, Columbia University
Dr. Juliet Johnson, Professor of Political Science at McGill University.
Melissa Carlson '13 and Jennifer Good '13
Dr. Stephan Haggard, Director of the Korea- Pacific Program, Co-sponsored with Professor of Govt. MK Kang
Dr. Anders Aslund, Senior Fellow of the Peterson Institute for International Economics
Dr. Pauline Jones Luong, Associate Professor Political Science, Brown University, Co-sponsored with Professor of Govt. Hilary Appel
Dr. Josef Joffe, Marc and Anita Abramowitz Fellow, International Relations, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Dr. Thomas Carothers, Vice President for Studies, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Dr. Francis Fukuyama, SAIS Foreign Policy Institute Senior Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Olivier Nomellini Senior Fellow, Freeman Spogli Institute for Int'l Studies, Stanford University