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Humanitarian Action Post 9/11: Doctors Without Borders Head Speaks Out

Nicolas de Torrenté, executive director of Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders), spoke about the challenges facing humanitarian aid agencies.

Warren Christopher Gives Mixed Marks for Bush Foreign Policy

On January 23 former US Secretary of State Warren Christopher delivered the 22nd Bernard Brodie Distinguished Lecture for the Conditions of Peace. Sponsored annually by the Ronald W. Burkle Center for International Relations, this year’s lecture focused on a one-year assessment of the Bush administration's foreign policy.

The Newest Old World

Mention the "Indian Ocean World" to most people and they will ask "what is it?" Find out at "Cultural Exchange and Transformation in the Indian Ocean World" on April 5-6.

Local Governance in China and India

Sino-Indian-U.S. Research Project Launched

Internationalizing Curricula with Language

Languages Across the Curriculum Enhance the European Studies Program at UCLA

Advisory For Friday, March 15: Experts to Discuss U.S.-European Union Trade Relations

Experts to discuss practical issues for U.S.-European Union business relationships and the impact of the Euro

New Joint Initiative Aims to Help Children in Crisis

The Center for Near Eastern Studies has teamed up with UCLA's Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, and Relief International to create the new colloquium.

Doctors Without Borders Head to Speak on Post-9/11 Humanitarian Action

Nicolas de Torrente, Executive Director of Doctors Without Borders and 1999 Nobel Peace Prize Recipient to Speak

Engineers Make Plans to Reconstruct Afghanistan

World Federation of Engineering Organizations Pledges Aid to Afghan Reconstruction

China Investing - the growth and future of China's capital markets

Laura Cha, vice chair of China's securities regulatory agency, recently visited UCLA and spoke on the growth and future of China's capital markets. Her presentation is now available online.

UCLA Graduate Wins Urban History Association Book Prize

Jan. 7, 2002: The Urban History Association names Hanchao Lu's Beyond the Neon Lights: Everyday Life in Early Twentieth Century Shanghai the best non-North American urban history study published in 1999 or 2000.

Shanghai Delegation Arrives for Seminar on US-China Relations

On January 25, the Center for Chinese Studies sponsored a seminar on U.S.-China relations, held with a delegation from the Shanghai Institute of International Studies (SIIS)

Latin American Center Workshops Examine Issues Facing Argentina, Brazil and Mexico

Topical issues in Latin America are the focus of a yearlong series of public, interdisciplinary workshops.

"African Arts" Explores Issues of Identity and Representation in African Cultures

Autumn 2001 Issue

Bridges Theater Offers 12th Annual Iranian Film Screening

Critically Acclaimed Kandahar Among Six Feature Films

Central European Avant-Garde

UCLA Center for European & Russian Studies Teams up with LACMA

Advisory for Wednesday, January 23: Warren Christopher to Speak on Bush Foreign Policy

Warren M. Christopher, the nation's 63rd secretary of state, will speak at UCLA on "Foreign Policy of the Bush Administration: A One-Year Assessment."

African Studies Center Cosponsors Exhibit on Art and HIV/AIDS in KwaZulu Natal

"'Break the Silence': Art and HIV/AIDS in KwaZulu Natal" Exhibit Opens February 17 at UCLA's Fowler Museum

Institute Names New Director of Development

The UCLA International Institute Welcomes Steve Gamer as Director of Development for International Studies

Senegal Trip Boosts Upcoming Sufi Arts Exhibit

Allen F. Roberts, director of the James S. Coleman African Studies Center, spent 10 days in Senegal this past December with colleagues from the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History.

ISOP Launches New IDP in Southeast Asian Studies

Southern California's only interdepartmental degree program devoted exclusively to Southeast Asian studies will be launched this fall through ISOP. The program will offer both a Bachelor of Arts degree and an undergraduate minor.

UCLA and Adelphia Communications Create New World Affairs Television Program

A television series that brings a West Coast voice to the key issues in global affairs that have emerged since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

International Studies Open House

Explore Global Windows of Opportunity Monday, January 14, 2002

Developing a Web-Based Language Program

ISOP's Language Resource Program received $300,000 from the Department of Education for a three-year project.

John B. Duncan Named Director of UCLA Center for Korean Studies

John B. Duncan has been named director of the UCLA Center for Korean Studies, a center at International Studies and Overseas Programs (ISOP), effective July 1.

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