The Sigur Center for Asian Studies would like to cordially invite you to a discussion with Fulbright Visiting Scholar Navnita Behera on why critical pedagogues in International Relations have thus far resulted in limited outcomes.
Topics: South Asia, Education, Research, Visiting Scholar
The Sigur Center for Asian Studies, East Asia National Resource Center, and the Gender Equality Initiative in International Affairs invite you to a panel on women’s economic empowerment featuring new and unique efforts by Taiwan and the United States.
Topics: Taiwan Roundtable Series, Gender, Women’s Empowerment
National Committee Chair Carla A. Hills and representatives from the Elliott School of International Affairs, the Chinese Embassy, and Chubb, one of FPC’s sponsors, will make brief welcoming remarks prior to Ambassador Pickering’s remarks and Q&A.
Topics: China, Diplomacy
Sigur Center Highlights
Professor David Shambaugh, the Gaston Sigur Professor of Asian Studies and Director of the China Policy Program, published his article, “China-Russia Relations: The New Axis” in China-US Focus on June 26th.
Read the full article here.
6/6/19 Director Benjamin D. Hopkins interviewed by BBC's The Forum on "How Afghanistan won its freedom from Britain"
The months between May and August 1919 were a crucial time for Afghanistan: it was the period of the Third Anglo-Afghan War followed by the declaration of Afghan independence from Britain. So how was modern Afghan national identity forged? Who were the leaders responsible? Why, in the 19th century, had the country become financially and politically dependent on Britain? And what, a century on, is the legacy Afghanistan’s independence struggle? These are some of the issues that Bridget Kendall discusses with historians of Afghanistan, professors Shah Mahmoud Hanifi, Sana Haroon and Benjamin Hopkins.
Listen to it here.
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