Four centers — the Latin American Institute, the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, the Asia Institute and the National Heritage Language Resource Center — received Title VI funding for area and language studies.
CMED Director Steven Spiegel: The conflict is not between Arabs and Jews but supporters of a two-state versus one-state solution.
Arabic language and literature professor Michael Cooperson was interviewed by ArabLit about his 2013 translation of "Virtues of the Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal: Volume One."
Canadian Studies at UCLA has a funding opportunity for currently enrolled graduate students.
U.S. Army General Wesley K. Clark (ret'd) presented a new national strategy for America at a recent Burkle Center event. The key? Energy production.
In its 47th year of publication, African Arts can now be read on a smartphone.
For many, the answer seems simple: Turkey should listen to the demands of its Kurds to fight IS. But unfortunately, the situation is far more complicated.
The dug-in positions, deep pessimism and frustration of all parties to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict mean that small confidence-building measures may be the only viable option at present.
Can Iranian president Hassan Rouhani deliver on his promise of a more moderate approach while Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei holds the reins of powers?
While the international community now weighs its focus on counter-terrorism efforts lead by the US, one question sits in the back of everyone's mind: what about Israel?
Economic reforms and prosperity have opened up a "space of contradiction" between the individual and the state in China, says journalist Evan Osnos.
No usurper, Hatshepsut was just really good at her job, according to new biography
In 10 short years, CMED has become a well-known and trusted organization in the field and in the region.
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