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Fall 2018/Spring 2019 Academic Year

Wednesday, September 19: 5:30-7:00pm, Lubar Commons (Room 7200). Panel on "What is Next With North Korea?: The Realities Behind Denuclearization and the DPRK Regime." Panelists include Gi-Wook Shin (Stanford) and Uk Heo (UW Milwaukee) with moderator David Fields (UW Madison). Co-sponsored by the Center for East Asian Studies. Refreshments will be served. 

Tuesday, October 9: 12:00-1:30pm, Lubar Commons (Room 7200). "Realizing the Future of the Korean Peninsula: Security, Economics, and the Public". Panelists will discuss the current situations of the Korean Peninsula from the perspectives of security, economics, and public perception. Refreshments will be served. Co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science and the Korean Economic Institute of America, Center for East Asian Studies, and the Gail and Hyuk Yu Studies Fund. 

Tuesday, October 9: 5:00-8:00pm, Lubar Commons (Room 7200). Six-Party Talk Simulations. Students will learn how to negotiate by doing. Each participant will represent one state for three hours. Each table of six countries (South Korea, North Korea, Russia, China, Japan, and the USA) will come up with its own negotiation outcome. Anybody who is interested in international negotiation and security are welcome to join. Co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science and the Korean Economic Institute of America, Center for East Asian Studies, and the Gail and Hyuk Yu Studies Fund.

Wednesday, October 10: 4:30-6:00pm, Memorial Union's Tripp Commons. "China's Crisis of Success" with William Overholt, senior research fellow, Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School. Dr. Overholt, a former East Asia-based investment banker, will discuss themes from his latest book "China's Crisis of Success." which provides new perspectives on China’s rise to superpower status, showing that China has reached a threshold where success has eliminated the conditions that enabled its growth. This “Red Cap Lecture on China and Global Economics” is co-sponsored by the Wisconsin China Initiative and the Center for East Asian Studies.

February 12, 2019 - March 13, 2019: Lectures by James B. MacDonald Distinguished Visiting Professor Junji Nakagawa. Details TBD.

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