INTERNATIONAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE
ON GLOBAL HEALTH AND SCIENCE
Call for chapters
The Indo-Pacific is the most critical region today for global prosperity and security. As the region continues in a state of flux, pivotal states are increasingly recognizing opportunities that Taiwan offers as a partner. Join us for a discussion on how relations are playing out between Taiwan and leading states India, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand, with experts from the US and Asia.
8 - 8:05pm EST: Welcome Remarks, Benjamin D. Hopkins, Director, Sigur Center for Asian Studies
The notion of citizenship is undergoing a profound change as the tensions between global, regional, and national forms of belonging and integration are becoming increasingly clear. The taken for granted relationship between a citizen and the nation-state, even if enduring as
Call for Papers
Our co-sponsored annual conference with GW's Institute for International Economic Policy and GW's Center for International Business Education and Research continues as a virtual series with 2021's keynote address by David M. Lampton, Senior Fellow at SAIS' Foreign Policy Institute. He will comment on the future of US-China relations under a new American administration and will be joined by discussant Deborah Lehr, Vice Chairman of the Paulson Institute, and moderator Barbara Stallings of IIEP.
The 3rd UNSCO MOST Winter School os organised by the Institute of Advances Studies Kőszeg (iASK) and the Institute for Social and European Studies (ISES), in cooperation with the University of Pannonia, and the UNESCO Chair of Kőszeg.
During the program we will address the following questions:
We are seeking four individual chapter contributions by historians or area specialists on the national histories of Indonesia, Ghana, Egypt, and Finland toward their respective accessions to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), for a comparative study on the nuclear diplomacies of neutral and nonaligned states.
I am a graduate student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), History Department. I am writing about ECALAS, a committee created in 1973, after the Chilean coup d'etat.
The committee was established in October 1973 by the LASA's Executive Council, worked closely with the Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO), and had financial support from Ford Foundation. I have been looking for archival material and it hasn't been easy to find any. I am interested in any documentation related to this topic.
Is there anyone out there that could help me?