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Conference: Cultural Geography of the Hallyu: Mapping the World through Korean Popular Culture

Cultural Geography of the Hallyu: Mapping the World through Korean Popular Culture 

The Department of East Asian Studies at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and The World Association of Hallyu Studies (WAHS) is hosting the second international conference on Hallyu, focusing on the ways in which Korean popular culture produces a new geopolitical knowledge about Korea and map out social and cultural lives of audience inside and outside Korea.

Call for Abstracts: Exchange and Change: The Philippines and Filipinos in the World

Call for Abstracts
Exchange and Change: The Philippines and Filipinos in the World
International Conference

The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

September 12-13, 2014

Latest Issue of the Asia Pacific Bulletin from the East-West Center

Latest Issue of the Asia Pacific Bulletin from the East-West Center

Moving US-ASEAN Security Relations to a New Level?

Mary Fides Quintos and Joycee Teodoro, both Foreign Affairs Research Specialists at the Philippines Foreign Service Institute, explain that “The message is that the United States views ASEAN as a central and strategic player, not only in the US rebalance to Asia but more importantly in the building of a strong and credible regional security architecture for the Asia-Pacific.” 

April 15, 2014: http://www.eastwestcenter.org/apb/

Best,

Damien