Events Spring 2003

Dr. Il SaKong

March 4 (Tues)

Chairman and CEO of the Institute for Global Economics in Seoul, Korea. During his tenure key posts in the Korean government, Dr. SaKong played a leading role in framing Korea's development strategy and economic policies.

"Asian Economic Cooperation: Korean Perspectives"



Valerie Bunce
Cornell University

March 13 (Thur)

"The Sources of Ethnic Conflict: Insights from the Postcommunist Experience"



Chong-Wook Chung
Freeman Foundation Visiting Prof. of Asian Affairs

April 10 (Thur)

"New Leaders in Asia: Implications for America"



Leszek Balcerowicz
Former Polish Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister
President, National Bank of Poland
Author of Post-Communist Transition

April 17 (Thur)

"EU Enlargement and Economic Catching-up of Candidate Countries



Y.M. Bammi
Lieutenant General (Ret.) Indian Army
Research Fellow United Services Institution of India

April 17 (Thur)

"The Security Environment in South Asia"


"Evaluating Success and Failure in Postcommunist Reform"

February 7-8, 2003

Friday, February 7
1:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Claremont McKenna College
Bauer Center Founders Room
500 E. Ninth St.

Saturday, February 8
9:45 am - 4:00 pm
Pitzer College
Gold Student Center
Claremont Blvd. & Ninth St.

"New Directions in Korean History"

April 19, 2003

Co-sponsored with the History Department, Office of the President, and the Luce Foundation

Co-sponsored Events

Jorge Dominguez
Professor of international affairs, Harvard University and editor of The Future of Inter-American Relations

Feb. 26 (Wed)

"The United States and Mexico: Between Partnership and Conflict"



Lili Kim
Hampshire College

March 3 (Mon)

"Contested Loyalities and Illusive Citizenship: Korean Americans on the Homefront During World War II.