U.S. politics

Yellow Peril! An Archive of Anti-Asian Fear

On Friday, March 7, guest speakers will discuss some of New York City's most urgent racial issues and link them back to divisive and corrosive stereotypes, policies, and practices.

Dealing with a Rising China Lecture with Former Ambassador of China, J. Stapleton Roy

The Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences present a lecture with J. Stapleton Roy.

Report Rollout: Reordering Chinese Priorities on the Korean Peninsula

This panel discusses the changing relationship between China and North Korea with their new leadership and what that means for Obama's second administration.

"China's Troubled Rise -- Bumps on the Road to becoming a Superpower."

John Pomfret, an award-winning journalist and diplomatic correspondent for The Washington Post, will speak at the Indiana University School of Journalism in Bloomington.

The Taiwan Presidential Election: Implications for Cross-Strait Relations and U.S. Policy

The Center for East Asian Studies at Stanford University presents Alan Romberg.

Faces of Immigration: Undocumented Asians in America

Asia Society of Northern California presents a discussion with young activists, grassroots leaders, and legal experts to examine this complex and timely subject.

China Then and Now

The Center for Chinese Studies at the University of California, Berkeley presents a talk with Nicholas Platt.

Cautious Accommodations or Escalating Rivalry: America's Stark Choices about China

The Weatherhead East Asian Institute presents "Cautious Accommodations or Escalating Rivalry: America's Stark Choices about China", a lecture with guest lecturer, Hugh White, Professor of Strategic Studies, Australian National University and moderator Gerald L. Curtis, Burgess Professor of Political Science, Columbia University.

China's Rise, U.S. Re-Balancing, and Japan Caught in the Middle

The Oldenborg Luncheon Colloquium and the Pacific Basin Institute at Pomona College present a presentation by David Arase addressing Japan's difficult situation created by the competition between China and the U.S.

Forum on the Theory and Practice of Public Diplomacy

The USC Center on Public Diplomacy at the Annenberg School will host a workshop on public diplomacy.