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Upcoming events

    • Tuesday, January 22, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • The Madison Club, 5 E Wilson St
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    Professor Mark Copelovitch will speak on “Brexit and the Future(s) of the European Union”. He will discuss the political and economic challenges facing the European Union, including Brexit, rising populist nationalism, and the continued problems of the Eurozone. With the actual Brexit scheduled for March 2019, his presentation will be timely and insightful.

    Mark Copelovitch is Professor of Political Science and Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research focus concerns the politics of international trade, money, and finance. He is particularly interested in the domestic and international politics of financial crises, and the role of the International Monetary Fund in global financial governance. He also studies European integration and the European Union.

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    • Tuesday, February 19, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • The Madison Club, 5 E Wilson St
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    Professor Anand A. Yang will speak on “India in the Age of the Indo-Pacific: New Alliances, New Challenges?”. His talk will highlight the current stresses and challenges facing South Asia—and India—in the new troubled global political climate. The continuing strength of Hindu nationalists politics, persistent difficulties with Pakistan to the west, and an increasingly belligerent China to the north place India at the center of regional pressures. He will help us understand the problems and prospects of this important region.  

    Professor Yang is Chair of the History Department and the former Director of the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington, Seattle.  He is the author of many publications in South Asian History and comparative and world history. A former editor of The Journal of Asian Studies and the journal Peasant Studies, Yang served as the president of the Association for Asian Studies in 2006-7, and the president of the World History Association in 2008-10.



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