On October 25, the Hamilton Lugar School’s Institute for Korean Studies hosted After the Miracle: The Present and Future of Korea’s Economy and Society, a conference that brought together over a dozen experts to describe South Korea’s unprecedented economic growth starting in 1960 and to provide possible solutions to some of that nation’s current socioeconomic… Read more »
Month: October 2019
In this era of continuous conflict, it is easy to forget that not every Washington, D.C., meeting of policymakers is combative, and not every foreign-policy relationship is contentious. I’m thinking especially of Japan, with which the U.S. has had warm relations for decades.
Richard and Diane Woosnam have established the Richard E. and Diane D. Woosnam Endowed Scholarship/Fellowship in the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies. The gift will provide undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships as part of the Global Leadership Scholars Program.
Life-changing” is how a group of American educators described their recent visit to South Korea. In June, Theresa Kang (Director, IU National Consortium for Teaching about Asia Coordinating Site) at the East Asian Studies Center organized and led a study tour of South Korea for 10 teacher-alumni of National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA)… Read more »
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On Friday, October 25, the Hamilton Lugar School will host After the Miracle: The Present and Future of Korea’s Economy and Society, an international conference that will bring together over a dozen experts from a variety of backgrounds to discuss the impact that South Korea’s rapid economic development has had on that nation’s society and… Read more »
On October 14 and 15, the Hamilton Lugar School hosted Navigating the Backlash Against Global Law and Institutions, an international conference that seeks to address the “backlash” against global norms, laws, and institutions in the face of nationalism, violence, instrumentalism, and unaccountable actors. Scholars from IU, the University of Maryland, and the Australian National University,… Read more »
The question of whether to intervene in other countries is among the toughest decisions in American foreign policy, if not the toughest. U.S. presidents wrestle with this question repeatedly: not only whether to intervene, but when and how to do so.
Being a U.S. ally certainly doesn’t mean what it used to.
Michael Kirby, human rights advocate and former Justice of the High Court of Australia, will visit Indiana University’s Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies to give the inaugural International Law and Institutions Lecture as part of Navigating the Backlash Against Global Law and Institutions — a conference co-sponsored by IU, the University of… Read more »