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The PRC Re-education Gulag: Repression, Assimilation and Islamophobia in the Name of Tianxia Harmony

The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk by James A. Millward on the internment of indigenous peoples in China.

Conflicts of Interest: Art and War in Modern Japan

The Saint Louis Art Museum presents an exhibition following Japan's rise as a military power through the Russo-Japanese war.

The Chinese Naval Role In The Pacific And The American Response

A public talk on Chinese Naval role and how U.S responded

China Humanities Seminar: The Poetry Demon - Tensions Within Chinese Buddhist Monks' Literature

The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk by Jason Protass, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Brown University.

Maritime Regime Building in East Asia: The Past, Present, and Its Prospects for the Future

The Harvard-Yenching Institute will be hosting Koo Min Gyo, Associate Professor of Public Administration at Seoul National University, to discuss maritime regime building in East Asia.

Republic Of China (Taiwan), National Defense Report, 1993-1994

Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense (MND) publishes reports on “what it has done, what it is doing, what it prepares to do, why it is going to do so” to the people in accordance with Article 30 of the National Defense Act. The National Defense Report is published to give citizens a better understanding of the nation’s current security environment and national defense policy. 

 

China and International Relations Graduate Student Workshop

The University of Pennsylvania Center for the Study of Contemporary China will host a graduate research workshop on China and International Relations. Hyun-Binn Cho, a Ph.D. Candidate from the Political Science Department, will organize the event with the help of Brian C. Chao and Chris Liu.

The Military and Militarization of Republican China

The Republican period in Chinese history saw wars on multiple fronts, with invasions from without and civil strife from within. The period was shaped by wars that traumatized and transformed society. Papers by scholars from China, the US, and Europe, including work informed by new archival materials and interdisciplinary in approach, analyze the issue of "militarization" and look into the way wars, and the institutionalization or routinization of violence, might have shaped the culture of Republican China.

South China Sea Dispute - What Happens Next?

National Press Club Panel Discusses the Economic, Security and Legal Considerations, Reviews Satellite Images

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