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1.

AsiaMedia Writer Wins South Asian Journalists Association Award

 39418

2.

Talk With the Taliban?

 37599

3.

Domesticating the Harem

 36654

4.

Art and AIDS

 33998

5.

Developments in the Study of Buddhist Art

 32194

6.

How America Can Cope with the Rise of Asia

 29691

7.

Korean Classics for a Wider Audience

 29296

8.

God and a Few Close Friends

 29095

9.

New Focus on Central Asia's Puzzles

 28974

10.

Teach Africa Launches SoCal K-12 Program at UCLA

 28227

11.

UCLA Receives Gift for Indonesian Studies

 28198

12.

Unsettled Deep in Asia

 27152

13.

Bombing as the American Way of War

 26468

14.

Online Materials

 25899

15.

Hip Hop Culture in the Middle East and North Africa: Local Perspectives from the Global Hip Hop Nation

 25240

16.

UCLA Advanced Degrees Put to Work for Education in Afghanistan

 24981

17.

2008 Summer Institute for World History Teachers - Monks, Merchants and Millworkers: Connecting Europe and Asia

 24365

18.

Con Mis Manos: A History of Labor in Latin America

 24356

19.

Manga's Working-Class Heroes

 23941

20.

Globalization: Can Poor Nations Catch Up?

 23883

21.

Area Teachers Get Their History, Social Studies at Institute's Workshops

 23711

22.

Conference on US-Mexican Issues Caps Off Term

 23473

23.

South Kazakhstan Outbreak Led to Anti-HIV Programs

 23093

24.

Dedicated Graduates Spend Summer Improving Global Public Health

 23042

25.

'Children of the Atomic Bomb' Website Honors Hiroshima, Nagasaki Victims

 22727

26.

In Memoriam - Roxanna Maude Brown

 22302

27.

Law School Receives $4 Million for Clinic on International Justice

 22213

28.

Tibetan Gift to Library

 22045

29.

A Fiddle's Deep Roots

 21883

30.

Blind Eye in Burma

 21473

31.

UCLA Students Providing Tsunami Relief in Thai Fishing Villages

 21411

32.

Cape Verde

 21222

33.

Hints of Change in North Korea

 20897

34.

Bridging Scholarships for Study Abroad in Japan

 20848

35.

Terasaki Postdoctoral Fellowship in Japanese Studies

 20829

36.

Peruvian Leader on the Costs of Global Poverty

 20683

37.

Ghana

 20650

38.

The Bird in the Top of the Tree

 20649

39.

Dormant Argentina

 20600

40.

Rwanda as an African Model

 20588

41.

Company Fruit in Danger

 20579

42.

The Politics of Arts in Edo Culture

 20513

43.

UCLA Faculty Research on China: Professor C. Cindy Fan

 20486

44.

Vietnamese Forest Policy and the Locals

 20257

45.

Engineers Without Borders Constructs a Better World

 20037

46.

Japan's Activist Courts

 19997

47.

Madagascar

 19942

48.

Seeking 'Spatial Justice' for World's Disabled

 19920

49.

Physician's Photos a Haunting Reminder of the Holocaust

 19758

50.

European Classical Meets Japanese Nagauta

 19757

51.

South Africa

 19617

52.

University of California President's Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

 19611

53.

U.S. a 'Speed Bump' to International Justice?

 19538

54.

Pasona Summer Internship Program

 19531

55.

Ravishing

 19531

56.

Hip Hop Working Group

 19524

57.

Can't See the Forest for the Trees

 19416

58.

International Institute Commencement Address: 14 Points for Success

 19331

59.

'Creating Places'

 19203

60.

Summer Language Schools

 19125

61.

Diplomat Concludes K-12 Training With Talk on Caspian Region

 18852

62.

Côte d'Ivoire

 18801

63.

Tribal Nation: The Making of Soviet Turkmenistan

 18673

64.

Professor Timothy Rice Receives Award from the Bulgarian President

 18663

65.

Culture Night Depicts Vietnam War

 18644

66.

Zen for Sale

 18582

67.

Practical Math Problems Bring US, Foreign Students Together for Summer

 18521

68.

Shards

 18510

69.

LA Times Highlights Good Deeds of Islamic Studies Graduate

 18338

70.

Morocco

 18264

71.

Preparing for Global Warming's Health Crisis

 18143

72.

Seychelles

 18129

73.

10 Questions for Richard Baum

 18122

74.

Bringing Africa to the Classroom

 18109

75.

Can People Power Change Kenya?

 18032

76.

Globalization: A Blessing or A Curse? (Arnold C. Harberger Lecture)

 18030

77.

Researchers Fight the Stigma of HIV/AIDS

 17963

78.

The Rise of Asian Nations

 17914

79.

Japan's Jazz Coffeeshops

 17858

80.

Blackwater: What Does Private Security in Iraq Mean for US Democracy at Home?

 17813

81.

Film Notes: Three Romanian Movies

 17808

82.

UCLA Professor Teaches Short Course in Brazil

 17774

83.

Teresa Valenzuela: Bruin Angel

 17729

84.

Time for a Revival of Disarmament?

 17657

85.

Op-Ed: The World is Looking to Obama and America

 17609

86.

Danish Ambassador Touts 'Dangerous' Example

 17559

87.

Art of the Kimono

 17513

88.

David Kaye: Karadzic, Bashir and Challenges for Intl. Justice

 17475

89.

Bill Richardson to Keynote March 11 Conference

 17449

90.

5th Terasaki Chair Left Science to Tell its Story

 17401

91.

Architecture Students Work Hand-in-Hand With Chinese Peers

 17372

92.

University of Maryland, Twentieth Century Japan Research Awards

 17343

93.

UCLA Medical Team Returns to Peru to Help Kids with Heart Conditions

 17286

94.

Japan's Post-Bubble Artists Not so 'Cute'

 17226

95.

Bill Richardson: Personal Relationships at Heart of Diplomacy

 17222

96.

Hungry for Practical Approaches, Students Attend 'Rogue States' Policy Gathering

 17183

97.

East and West Divided by Long, Bitter History

 17175

98.

UN Officials Discuss Justice in Sudan, Rwanda

 17155

99.

Special Forum on Post-1998 Indonesia, with guest speakers Nursyahbani Katjasungkana and Hilmar Farid

 17057

100.

Which Special Interests Get Heard?

 17046

101.

European Ambassadors Urge Greater US Cooperation to Tackle Global Challenges

 17025

102.

European Ambassadors Discuss Global Challenges, Transatlantic Cooperation

 17023

103.

New Terasaki Chair and Postdoctoral Fellow

 17006

104.

UCLA Summer Program Strengthens Writing Skills for Korean Students

 16951

105.

AASC Launches Website to Commemorate Hiroshima and Nagasaki

 16942

106.

Visiting Research Scholar Fellowships for 2014-2015, International Research Center for Japanese Studies

 16902

107.

Doctors Without Borders Brings Eye-Opening Exhibit to LA

 16851

108.

Burkle Center Board Member Wins Prestigious Book Awards

 16811

109.

The Power of Partnerships

 16676

110.

Former Students, Colleagues Honor Historian Silverberg at Symposium

 16672

111.

Invoking the 'Righteous Spirit'

 16595

112.

'Life After Kyoto'

 16555

113.

Angola

 16468

114.

Authentic 'Kujiki'

 16320

115.

Why US Spy Agencies Failed to Adapt

 16318

116.

Looking for Claveria's Children: State, Church and the Individual in the History of Philippine Naming Systemsm, May 14, 2008

 16294

117.

Rogue States

 16266

118.

1st Terasaki Postdoc Studies Wartime Japan's Visions

 16237

119.

Fowler Exhibit Showcases Marsh Arabs and Their 'Floating Houses'

 16232

120.

Chad

 16198

121.

Around the World on Solar Power

 16103

122.

From China, Student Paper Looks at UCLA Brand

 16046

123.

Enduring Legacies: African Influence in the Artistic Expressions of the Americas

 15918

124.

Korean Studies Graduate Student Colloquium

 15883

125.

Social Science Research Council (SSRC)

 15823

126.

Teo Earns 3 Golds for Singapore at Asian Games

 15642

127.

CNES Launches North African Outreach Initiative

 15605

128.

Remembering a Journalist

 15598

129.

UCLA Ranks 7th in US in International Students

 15527

130.

Reitaku Foundation of America

 15499

131.

Fowler Exhibition Explores Human Side of Mexican Migration

 15429

132.

Killing Memory: Ethnicity, Religion and the Destruction of Culture in the Balkan Wars of the 1990s

 15379

133.

Wanted: Active UN to Lead on Iraq

 15309

134.

The 98 Percent Strategy

 15293

135.

Saul Friedlander Wins Pulitzer for History of Nazi Holocaust

 15254

136.

Our Consumption Factor Imperils Us All

 15242

137.

Gen. Clark: U.S. Response to "Rogue" States

 15226

138.

Teaching Africa in L.A.'s Schools

 15199

139.

Richardson Hints at New Diplomacy

 15172

140.

18 Win Gilman Scholarships

 15029

141.

Somalia

 15017

142.

UCLA Exchange with East China Normal University Promotes International Collaborative Research

 14948

143.

360 Take International Institute Degrees in 2007-08

 14897

144.

UN Ambassador: Human Dignity is Solution to Middle East Peace

 14874

145.

Spiritual Refreshment, Medicine for the Heart: Islamic Preaching on Record and on the Air in Indonesia

 14858

146.

Of Sheiks & Cinema

 14817

147.

Initiation of Women's Studies Collaboration

 14798

148.

Conference to Address U.S. International Relations, Policy

 14793

149.

Fowler Shows Art From Oaxacan Struggle

 14789

150.

Other Funding Opportunities for Postdoctoral Scholars

 14754

151.

Egypt

 14659

152.

Something Completely Different with Mark Selden

 14630

153.

Blackwater and Democracy

 14626

154.

Climate Change and U.S. Foreign Policy: "Life After the Kyoto Protocol"

 14623

155.

Course Saves Debate for the Chat Room

 14506

156.

Gov. Bill Richardson Keynotes UCLA Foreign Policy Conference

 14486

157.

Israelis and Palestinians Put Humanity Above Politics to Save Lives

 14462

158.

Director of Latin American Institute Teaches Short Course in Rio de Janerio, Brazil.

 14447

159.

Hyper-Driven

 14426

160.

Libya

 14405

161.

Weimar on the Pacific: German Exile Culture in Los Angeles and the Crisis of Modernism

 14395

162.

This Generation's Challenge

 14361

163.

UCLA's Links to World Archived on Website

 14351

164.

Officials Examine US Foreign Policy

 14347

165.

Students, Fans Adore Him

 14228

166.

Applying to the Global Studies Major

 14218

167.

Funding Near East/North African Studies

 14204

168.

Liberia

 14190

169.

Bruins in Beijing: UCLA at the 2008 Olympic Games

 14184

170.

Adorno in America

 14157

171.

Gambia

 14150

172.

Berlusconi's Italy: Mapping Contemporary Italian Politics

 14148

173.

The Demographic Crisis in Russia

 14144

174.

For Peace, Work at Global Disarmament

 14137

175.

Mardi Gras, Middle Eastern Style

 14006

176.

Lecture by Dr. Suphamongkhon - Globalization: A Blessing or A Curse?

 13984

177.

Hypermedia Berlin and the Geo-Temporal Web

 13946

178.

Ethiopia

 13944

179.

UCLA-Dutch Team Uncovers Egypt's Earliest Agricultural Settlement

 13936

180.

Richardson Coy on Endorsement

 13886

181.

Gunter Grass' Peeling the Onion

 13883

182.

Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan: State Ownership and Rentierism in the Former Soviet Union

 13865

183.

The Roma in Post-Socialist Eastern Europe: Marginalization and Resistance

 13858

184.

The Place of Balkan Muslims in the Shaping of European Islam

 13851

185.

UCLA Opens Egypt's 1st Official Archaeology Field School for US Undergrads

 13759

186.

Educators Discuss How to Meet Demand for International Workforce

 13657

187.

Key Issues Don't Disappear at Elections End

 13655

188.

U.N. Ambassador Shares Thoughts on Middle East Policy

 13652

189.

Speaker to Discuss Nuclear Proliferation

 13591

190.

Bruin Bike Winners Are Ready to Roll

 13583

191.

Famed Beijing Opera Troupe Kicks Off SoCal Tour at UCLA Oct. 8

 13561

192.

International Education Week 2008

 13554

193.

Journalism and World Culture (6th Annual Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture)

 13554

194.

Burkle Center Fellow Amy Zegart Blogs the Final Leg of the 2008 Race for President

 13539

195.

Internship Program Alumni Page

 13508

196.

Benin

 13424

197.

Rogue States: Fight, Engage or Isolate?

 13424

198.

One More Reason Not to Like This Economy

 13351

199.

10 Questions for Albert Boime

 13335

200.

International Institute on YouTube

 13313

201.

Summer Program Strengthens Research, Cultural Ties with China

 13301

202.

Former Bugandan PM: National Land Policy Needed

 13218

203.

Iranian Film Festival Opens April 11

 13168

204.

The World the Refugees Made: Representing the Evacuation of the Ninos de la Guerra to the Soviet Union

 13136

205.

Burkle Center Senior Fellow Gen. Clark Comments on Torture

 13122

206.

Archaeologists Hope to Reach Accord in Mideast

 13058

207.

Adventures at Ancient Digs Await Students

 13022

208.

Sudan

 12999

209.

'Iraqi Marshlands Then and Now'

 12955

210.

Fowler Receives Donation of Japanese Textiles

 12947

211.

Crossing the Sectarian Divide in Lebanon

 12941

212.

No Quick, Easy Technological Fix for Climate Change

 12841

213.

Mauritius

 12822

214.

UCLA to Have Large Presence at 2008 Olympic Games

 12743

215.

UCLA Signs Historic Memorandum with Pediatric Institution in Tokyo

 12688

216.

Ever closer Union, ever further borders?The costs of European border policies and the consequences for EU legitimacy

 12636

217.

Campus Resources Can Help Students Plan to Study Abroad

 12577

218.

Off the Radar Screen: The Unacknowledged Struggle to Protect Kosova's Islamic Traditions

 12487

219.

Inventing Human Rights: A History

 12480

220.

Textbook Drive for Iraqi Doctors Becomes International Movement of Giving

 12477

221.

Burkle Center Senior Fellow Gen. Clark on the Future of NATO

 12400

222.

Connected Revolutions: Armenians and the Russian, Ottoman, and Iranian Revolutions in the Early Twentieth Century

 12399

223.

How the Iranian Constitution Secularized Islam

 12382

224.

Senegal

 12333

225.

O What a Rogue and Peasant State Am I!

 12237

226.

Artists Visit Advanced Chinese Class at UCLA

 12195

227.

The European Union Today: Internal and External Challenges

 12181

228.

2 Exhibitions at Fowler to Showcase Contemporary African Art

 12086

229.

Euroclash: The EU, European Identity, and the Future of Europe

 12076

230.

Burkle Center Senior Fellow Gen. Clark Comments on new GI Bill

 12015

231.

Rioting Against Disorder: The Moral Polity of the Algerian Crowd

 12011

232.

UC/Stanford Buddhist Studies Conference and Workshop

 11989

233.

Novels and Iranian History: Beyond Diaspora

 11958

234.

No Sex in the City: Personal Accounts of a Generation of Women in the PLO

 11957

235.

Cameroon

 11900

236.

UCLA Hosts Forum on HIV/AIDS

 11873

237.

David MacFadyen on "Little Angel, Make Me Happy"

 11872

238.

Opportunities Fair Offers Selections Abroad

 11845

239.

Diplomats View High-Tech Health at Ronald Reagan Medical Center

 11810

240.

Antoin Sevruguin and the Art of Photography in Nineteenth Century Iran

 11804

241.

Power and Plenty: Trade, War, and the World Economy in the Second Millennium

 11791

242.

UCLA Study of Satellite Imagery Casts Doubt on Surge's Success in Baghdad

 11759

243.

Equatorial Guinea

 11754

244.

Algeria

 11741

245.

Autobiography and the Great War: Rethinking Arabo-Turkish Identity after Gallipoli

 11619

246.

The Iranian Regime Structure and Women's Rights

 11598

247.

World Festival of Sacred Music Showcases 1,000 Artists in 16 Days

 11565

248.

Campus Responds to China Earthquake

 11554

249.

2008 Small Research Grants Program in Korean Studies

 11540

250.

Commencement Introduction by Nick Entrikin, Acting Vice Provost of International Studies at UCLA

 11522

251.

Call for Papers: Languages of Southeast Asia

 11522

252.

From Communists to Foreign Capitalists: The Social Foundations of Foreign Direct Investment in Postsocialist Europe

 11518

253.

CEES Funding Opportunities for UCLA Faculty

 11516

254.

The 2008 Burkle Center Conference: U.S. Foreign Policy Toward Rogue States

 11494

255.

Nigeria

 11481

256.

Peace Movements

 11479

257.

International Institute Open House Tuesday

 11452

258.

Council on Foreign Relations, International Affairs Fellowship in Japan

 11384

259.

Kenya

 11255

260.

Religious Disputation and Democratic Constitutionalism: The Enduring Legacy of the Constitutional Revolution on the Struggle for Democracy in Iran

 11184

261.

The United States and Iran: Missed Opportunities and Future Prospects for Reconciliation

 11104

262.

Lecture by US Ambassador to the UN Zalmay Khalilzad

 11100

263.

Dig In, Archaeology Fans!

 11094

264.

Blakemore Foundation Fellowships and Grants

 11087

265.

UCLA Gets Program, Chair in U.S.-China Relations and Chinese American Studies

 11078

266.

Matthew Yglesias: Democrats' Foreign Policy Disadvantage Not Going Away

 11065

267.

International Institute Grants Boost 8 Faculty Projects

 10975

268.

North Korea: 'We Must Have Nuclear Weapons, Otherwise We Would be Another Iraq'

 10971

269.

Emroozeh Chegooneh Mitavan Irani Bood (How to be an Iranian Today)

 10947

270.

Burkle Center Director Featured on BigThink.com

 10915

271.

Be More Aware of the World's 'Bottom Billion'

 10892

272.

National Science Foundation: Social, Behavioral, and Economic Studies

 10884

273.

UCLA's on iTunes

 10818

274.

The Changing Concept of the "Intellectual" in Iran Today

 10808

275.

American Grand Strategy

 10802

276.

2008-2009 FLAS Recipients

 10792

277.

Monbukagakusho Scholarships

 10785

278.

Peacebuilding in Iraq

 10777

279.

Gen. Wesley K. Clark (Ret.) discusses foreign policy

 10754

280.

Nearly 60 Foreign Diplomats to Tour New UCLA Medical Center June 23

 10746

281.

Mali

 10693

282.

KCC Japan Education Exchange Graduate Fellowship Program

 10513

283.

Karadzic, Bashir and Challenges for International Justice

 10506

284.

Burkle Fellow Gen. Clark (Ret.) in Symposium on International Law & Justice

 10444

285.

Togo

 10396

286.

Faculty Research

 10378

287.

Scalia's Fear Factor

 10373

288.

Thinking Globally, Acting Locally

 10242

289.

Islam: Portability and Exportability

 10214

290.

Senior Fellow Dr. Suphamongkhon on BBC Global News

 10174

291.

North Africa And Its Neighbors: A Dynamic Global Crossroad

 10167

292.

Burkle Talk Podcast on "National Security and the 2008 Elections"

 10126

293.

Plan Brokered by UCLA, USC Archaeologists Would Remove Roadblock to Mideast Peace

 10092

294.

Sudan Conflict Talk Replaces Ban Ki-moon's Appearance

 10027

295.

NY Times Op-Ed by Gen. Clark (Ret.): Whats Good for G.M. Is Good for the Army

 10023

296.

UCLA Center to Present World Festival of Sacred Music

 10002

297.

Speaker Bios

 9964

298.

Conference Schedule for Annual Workshop on Buddhist Studies

 9922

299.

Missed Connections

 9913

300.

Gabon

 9656

301.

World in Focus TV Program

 9566

302.

Djibouti

 9507

303.

$6 Million for UCLA Graduate Education in Humanities

 9387

304.

Taking Health Care to Rural India

 9362

305.

Burkle Fellow Dr. Kantathi Suphamongkhon: On An Icelandic Dinner with Bobby Fisher

 9354

306.

Miriam Silverberg, In Memoriam

 9310

307.

Rebuilding Devastated Economies in the Middle East

 9308

308.

Gen. Wesley Clark on "Playing Games with Kosovo"

 9270

309.

Washington Post Op-Ed by Gen. Clark (Ret.): Taking Command

 9155

310.

Directions to Conference Site

 9113

311.

An Empirical Analysis of Street-Level Prostitution

 8997

312.

Tanzania

 8932

313.

From Georgia, a Young Mediator Reaches Out for Help

 8844

314.

Research Collaboratives

 8679

315.

The Legend of a Democracy Promoter

 8667

316.

Eritrea

 8637

317.

TEACH AFRICA 2008

 8624

318.

Burkle Senior Fellow Dr. Suphamongkhon's Letter to the Next US President

 8622

319.

Join Our Discussion Group: Intercultural Conflict and Dispute Resolution

 8566

320.

Central African Republic

 8537

321.

Sierra Leone

 8525

322.

Academic Counselors-Concurrent & Articulated Programs

 8522

323.

Comoros

 8515

324.

Mission Statement

 8315

325.

The Popularity of Russian Presidents

 8180

326.

Namibia

 8138

327.

Visiting Scholars and Associates, 2007-2008

 8113

328.

Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala Moderates: "The Next American Century: Can the U.S. Thrive in a New Era of Big Powers?"

 8023

329.

Help China Earthquake and Myanmar Cyclone Relief Efforts

 8005

330.

TaLK (Teach & Learn in Korea) Invitation

 7978

331.

Small Research Grant for Faculty and Students in Latin America

 7895

332.

Malawi

 7849

333.

Graduate Student Fieldwork Fellowship for International Studies

 7814

334.

Reader: Marsh Arabs Want Marshes Back

 7791

335.

Commonly Used Campus Websites

 7705

336.

Rwanda

 7653

337.

Lesotho

 7638

338.

The Realists vs. the Neocons

 7615

339.

Guinea

 7564

340.

Middle Eastern Communities in Latin America

 7490

341.

Swaziland

 7408

342.

UCLA goes global with new YouTube channel

 7396

343.

DOES MOVIE VIOLENCE INCREASE VIOLENT CRIME?

 7303

344.

Zimbabwe

 7219

345.

Foreign Students Face US Job Market

 7216

346.

Morocco Conference Features Scholarship, Photography, and Arab, Amazigh and Jewish Music

 7175

347.

Guinea-Bissau

 7151

348.

Mozambique

 7061

349.

Burkle Center Senior Fellow Gen. Clark on the Travis Smiley Show

 6993

350.

Zambia

 6930

351.

Design, Inference, and the Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism

 6921

352.

Determinantes sobre el crecimiento econmico entre Corea del Sur y Chile (1960-2006)

 6795

353.

World Journos Take Briefing on US Elections

 6643

354.

Does The Media Matter? A Field Experiment Measuring the Effect of Newspapers on Voting Behavior and Political Opinions

 6590

355.

General Information

 6582

356.

Burkina Faso

 6546

357.

Serbian War Crimes Officials Visit Law Class

 6541

358.

Uganda

 6485

359.

The Long Term Consequences of Resource Based Specialization

 6462

360.

General UCLA Ordering Guide

 6413

361.

Retired, International UCLA Employee Dies at 89

 6326

362.

Five Facts You Need to Know About Technology Diffusion

 6288

363.

Do Tax Cuts Starve the Beast? The Effect of Tax Changes on Government Spending

 6270

364.

El xito de la educacin secundaria coreana: lecciones para Chile

 6264

365.

Perceptions of the South Korean foreign policy towards Argentina, Brazil and Chile

 6253

366.

Does Democracy Reduce Economic Inequality? If so, how?

 6233

367.

The Transatlantic Slave Trade and the evolution of mistrust in Africa: an Empirical Investigation

 6200

368.

A Comparative Analysis of the Development of Internet-Based Tools Supporting Korean Language Learning in Latin America and South Korea

 6187

369.

Niger

 6185

370.

The Colonial Origins of Comparative Development: An Investigation of the Settler Mortality Data

 6171

371.

Partisanship versus Institutions as Determinants of Property Rights: Firm-Level Evidence

 6156

372.

Fortune or Evil? The Effects of Inward Foreign Direct Investment on Corruption

 6141

373.

Reflections on Korean State Policies toward the family in the sixties

 6137

374.

Mauritania

 6094

375.

Political Rights, Property Rights, and Economic Development

 6090

376.

A Conceptual Framework for Interpreting Recorded Human History

 6088

377.

A New Look at Racial Profiling: Evidence from the Boston Police Department

 6070

378.

South Korea's Strategic Economic Interests in Latin America: Seeking Markets and Securing Primary Commodities

 6069

379.

Left Government, Policy, and Corporatism: Explaining the Influence of Partisanship on Inequality

 6068

380.

NATIONAL CULTURES AND SOCCER VIOLENCE

 6067

381.

Conquered or Granted? A History of Suffrage Extensions

 6044

382.

What Determines Top Income Shares? Evidence from the Twentieth Century

 6036

383.

Assessing nationalistic expressions of Korean companies: Korean FDI in Mexico

 6023

384.

Ficcion y experiencia: Narrativas de la identidad feminina en el cine coreano contemporaneo

 5994

385.

Internet y su influencia en las elecciones presidenciales coreanas

 5992

386.

Migrant Remittances and Exchange Rate Regimes in the Developing World

 5961

387.

Genetically Capitalist? The Malthusian Era, Institutions and the Formation of Modern Preferences

 5909

388.

Korean diplomacy and the promotion of democracy and human rights in ASEAN: The case of Myanmar

 5895

389.

Propuesta de libre comercio entre Mercosur y Corea del Sur: viabilidad para Argentina considerando la experiencia chilena

 5892

390.

The Role of Leaders in Democratic Deliberations

 5857

391.

South Korea Steel Industry in the World Restructuring Process

 5843

392.

2008 China in Asia Workshop: Maritime Asia in the Early Modern World, at University of Washington

 5815

393.

CONTROVERSIES ABOUT THE RISE OF AMERICAN INEQUALITY: A SURVEY

 5798

394.

CAN THE WEST SAVE AFRICA?

 5790

395.

Extreme Bounds of Democracy

 5731

396.

DO TELEVISION AND RADIO DESTROY SOCIAL CAPITAL? EVIDENCE FROM INDONESIAN VILLAGES

 5680

397.

Routes of Infection: Exports and HIV Incidence in Sub-Saharan Africa

 5622

398.

"Time for a Revival of Disarmament?" Burkle Forum with Dr. Hans Blix

 5254

399.

CANCELLED -- Lecture by Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the UN

 5157

400.

Funding Opportunities

 5152

401.

Globalization and its Effect on the Economy - 9/24/08

 5061

402.

Burkle Center Annual Report

 5025

403.

The Next World - How Should the United States Respond to Rising Powers?

 4988

404.

Scowcroft Proteges on Obama's Radar

 4824

405.

Burkle Talk on Peacebuilding in Iraq with A. Heather Coyne, U.S. Institute of Peace

 4794

406.

Monthly eNewsletter for October 2008 Released

 4746

407.

Happy Holidays from the Burkle Center Staff!

 4704

408.

Today is election day--Don't forget to vote!

 4663

409.

Another Kennedy or Bush Jr.?

 4656

410.

International Justice: A Lecture By Judge Meron & Gen. Wesley K. Clark (Ret.)

 4558

411.

International Career Panel: Advice on Building Your Career

 4480

412.

Hill Deserves `Oscar for NK

 4474

413.

The Rise of Asia in the 21st Century: Can America Handle the Challenge?

 4449

414.

Negotiating Arab-Israeli Peace: American Leadership in the Middle East

 4432

415.

TODAY: Harberger Lecture with Regents Professor Dr. Suphamongkhon

 4405

416.

Apply for a Burkle Center Internship!

 4386

417.

Burkle Talk Today with Stephen Krasner, Stanford Professor and former Director of Policy Planning at the US Department of State

 4348

418.

National Consortium for Teaching about Asia

 4324

419.

Call for Proposals

 4319

420.

A Year In Review

 4302

421.

Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture with NYT Columnist David Brooks

 4295

422.

Annual Brodie Distinguished Lecture on the Conditions of Peace by U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Zalmay Khalilzad

 4230

423.

TODAY: Burkle Talk with Matthew Yglesias, Senior Editor at the Center for American Progress

 4207

424.

Burkle Center Call for Proposals

 4159

425.

Fez, Morocco: Crossroads of Knowledge and Power

 4021

426.

A Conversation with Wesley K. Clark

 3962

427.

Newsletter '08-'09

 3884

428.

Summer Institute 2007

 3879

429.

PAKISTAN: Journalists elect office-bearers

 3865

430.

Burkle Talk with James Goldgeier on Friday, November 14, 2008

 3853

431.

The Worse Option

 3755

432.

International Human Rights Talk - Tomorrow, November 13 at 12:00 PM

 3753

433.

The Realists vs. the Neocons

 3732

434.

Amy Zegart: US Spy Agencies Have Long Way to Go

 3686

435.

Maison Arabes au Maroc: Fez and French Colonial Architecture

 3610

436.

Student Affairs Officer

 3588

437.

North Korea: "We Must Have Nuclear Weapons, Otherwise We Would be Another Iraq"

 3480

438.

8th Diplomat: Coverage of the 2008 Burkle Center Conference

 3393

439.

Colloquium on US Foreign Policy: Continuity or Rupture?

 3205

440.

The Next American Century: Can the U.S. Thrive in a New Era of Big Powers?

 2920

441.

From Open Air Sewer to Multi-Performative Infrastructure: River Restoration in the Medina of Fez, Morocco

 2771

442.

Call for Papers

 2592

443.

Reader: Iraqi Marshes Looking Good From Above

 2507

444.

The Celebration of Aid al-Kabir in the French Protectorate of Morocco, 1912-1937

 2484

445.

Danza Mora: North Africa in Flamenco, and Flamenco in North Africa

 2480

446.

TODAY -- Former Pres. of Peru Alejandro Toledo on "Global Financial Crisis & the Fight Against Poverty"

 2441

447.

From Rabad to Habitat Social: An Urban-Cultural History of the Suburbs of Fez

 2391

448.

Negotiating European and Local Characters: Preserving Fez during the French Protectorate

 2327

449.

The policy of Morocco in the preservation of architectural heritage of the city of Fez

 2323

450.

The Ruins of Hierarchy: Shifting Powers of Person and Place in a Fassi Religious Rite

 2308

451.

Conservation and Sustainability: Case study of the Sahrij & Sbaiyin Madrassa Complex

 2284

452.

Transcribing Jewish Fez: Colonial Linguistics and the Ethnographic Construction of Judeo-Arabic

 2251

453.

1961: Eichmann on American TV

 2249

454.

11/19: International Career Panel 12-1:30 PM

 2245

455.

Hurwitz in Jerusalem

 2235

456.

2009 Bernard Brodie Lecture on the Conditions of Peace by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

 2232

457.

Adolph Eichmann: The Secret Memoirs

 2186

458.

Teaching the Middle East and Islam

 2183

459.

Carnet de quartier. Change on Zkak Roumane in the early 2000s

 2182

460.

Leo Hurwitz, Director of the Eichmann Trial Videotapes

 2108

461.

BANGLADESH: Belal's death anniversary observed

 2051

462.

Thoughtlessness and the Optics of Moral Argument: Screening the Spectacle of Eichmann

 1894

463.

Severed Voice: The Radiophonic Effect of the Eichmann Trial

 1894

464.

Thinking Truth, Memory, and Film Editing following the Eichmann Trial Filmed Archive

 1870

465.

Readings from "Secret Son"

 1861

466.

January 16: Norton Wise

 1847

467.

From Hip Hop To The Queen Of Cities

 1580

468.

Iraq - Beyond Benchmarks, A Regional Perspective

 1427

469.

SFTP Settings

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