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Discover some of the people, places, ideas, and opportunities that await you when studying the Asia Pacific region in this dynamic Master’s program, located in the heart of beautiful San Francisco. website:https://www.usfca.edu/arts-sciences/graduate-programs/asia-pacific-studies?utm_source=usfyoutube&utm_medium=description&utm_content=link&utm_campaign=maps_video Contacts: https://www.usfca.edu/arts-sciences/graduate-programs/asia-pacific-studies/contact?utm_source=usfyoutube&utm_medium=description&utm_content=link&utm_campaign=maps_video Application: https://www.usfca.edu/arts-sciences/graduate-programs/asia-pacific-studies/how-to-apply?utm_source=usfyoutube&utm_medium=description&utm_content=link&utm_campaign=maps_video
The Master of Asia-Pacific Studies will give you the regional expertise you need to graduate as a leader of the Asian Century. The program provides a broad variety of courses with an Asia-Pacific focus and allows students to follow individual areas of interest in the established fields of History, Cultural Studies, Politics, Security Studies, Asian Languages and Regional Studies.
MAPS is an interdisciplinary graduate program that is designed for internationally-focused students who wish to obtain an in-depth understanding of this fascinating and occasionally turbulent part of the world through multi-faceted and inter-disciplinary lenses. For more information: Dome Administrative Building, 1st Fl. Thammasat University, Rangsit Tel: (66) 2564-2853 Mobile: (66) 81-487-3334 Fax: (66) 2564-2849, (66) 2564-3128 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Website: http://www.maps-tu.org/ Facebook: Asia Pacific Studies Thammasat
Australia is increasingly looking to Asia – strategically, economically, politically, and culturally – all eyes are on the graduates of tomorrow to take us there. Are you ready to lead us into the Asian Century? With a Bachelor of Asian Studies you will master an Asian language, acquire in-depth knowledge of the region, and graduate with a standout degree which will get you noticed by employers. Find out more: http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/students/undergrad/asian-studies#.VDyvuLa2vyN Connect with ANU: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheAustralianNationalUniversity Twitter: https://twitter.com/ANU_Events YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ANUexperience LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/australian-national-university
8:30-8:35 Welcoming Remarks Michael J. Green Senior Vice President for Asia and Japan Chair, CSIS; Chair in Modern and Contemporary Japanese Politics and Foreign Policy, Georgetown University 8:35-9:20 Keynote Address General Robert B. Brown Commanding General, U.S. Army Pacific (USARPAC) Moderator: Kathleen H. Hicks Senior Vice President; Henry A. Kissinger Chair; Director, International Security Program, CSIS 9:20-9:30 CSIS Asia Program Overview Michael J. Green Senior Vice President for Asia and Japan Chair, CSIS; Chair in Modern and Contemporary Japanese Politics and Foreign Policy, Georgetown University 9:30-10:15 Panel One: Who Will Write the Rules for Trade? Scott Kennedy Deputy Director, Freeman Chair in China Studies and Director, Project on C...
The largest cohort of award recipients has taken part in winter graduation ceremonies at the Australian National University this week. PhD graduate Kirrilee Hughes, whose thesis focused on the struggle for Asian literacy in Australian schools and universities, was one of more than 2000 who took part. She spoke at a ceremony for College of Asia and the Pacific graduates, on the importance of mentorship. The occasion marked ten years since Dr Hughes graduated with a Bachelor of Asian Studies (Indonesian) with First Class Honours and the University Medal. In this video she discusses what it was like studying at ANU, and of the career opportunities that have followed. At the same ceremony Annabelle Strang was conferred with a Master of Diplomacy/Master of International Affairs. She is now ...
UO Development Communications Producer: Ed Dorsch Director of Photography: Michael McDermott The Center for Asian and Pacific Studies is a research and outreach center devoted to promoting understanding of the Asia-Pacific region. Its primary aim is to foster collaborative and individual research engaging Asia-interested scholars from the UO, the nation, and around the world. The Center is distinctive in terms of its geographic scope with programmatic focus on East Asia, South East Asia, South Asia, and the Pacific Islands.
The Asia-Pacific Regional Security Assessment 2017 is the fourth Strategic Dossier to be published in association with the IISS Shangri-La Dialogue. The opening press conference and book launch took place at the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore on 2 June. The dossier focuses on four centrally important regional security themes relevant to the policy-focused discussions that can be expected at the Dialogue in 2017 and beyond: • The evolving roles of the United States and China in Asia-Pacific security; • Responses by the US and regional states to regional security tensions, particularly in the South China Sea; • Emerging security questions relating to nuclear weapons, missiles and military cyber capabilities; • The prospects for regional security cooperation, including the challenges for the...
China’s buildup of air and naval capability in the South China Sea shows no signs of abating. If anything, the pace since last summer has accelerated, and the Chinese attitude is more belligerent. Will the economic slowdown, signs of political instability, and US and allied military pushback give China pause or will it double down in the historic race for regional hegemony? Jonathan Pollack, Senior Fellow, Center for East Asia Policy Studies, Brookings Institution David Shear, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs Cui Tiankai, Ambassador of China to the United States Moderator: Gordon Lubold, Pentagon Reporter, The Wall Street Journal
American strategic engagement with the Asia Pacific has deep roots in American history, going back to the nation’s founding. Despite the difficulties of formulating and maintaining a coherent grand strategy amid democratic competition, the United States has, over more than 200 years, developed a distinctive approach to the region based on its interests and national identity. In a new book, By More Than Providence: Grand Strategy and American Power in the Asia Pacific Since 1783, Center for Strategic and International Studies and Georgetown University expert Michael Green argues that American strategic thinking towards Asia has been defined by the fear that a rival power might seek to exclude the United States from the western Pacific, preventing the free flow of trade and ideas. In By Mor...
Saia is a third-year Bachelor of Arts student of Tongan descent double majoring in Sociology and Pacific Studies with the Faculty of Arts at The University of Auckland. Follow his experiences from a first-year student to his final year of undergraduate study, being a Tuakana mentor and why he's considering postgraduate study. More info: www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/futureundergraduates Video produced by Lindsey Spitler, Faculty of Arts Promotions Team and shot by Adam King (MA in Screen Production, The University of Auckland).
Student Nicholas Campton-Smith discusses his experience in the Bachelor of Asia Pacific Studies (Year in Asia) program at ANU College of Asia & the Pacific. Learn more about the Bachelor of Asia Pacific Studies (Year in Asia) program: http://bit.ly/2vd0nvw Connect with ANU College of Asia & the Pacific: Facebook: http://bit.ly/2lQlX7v Twitter: http://bit.ly/2mj3s9b Instagram: http://bit.ly/2lxPFgD LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2ozA4g8
Indonesian student Sita Dewi discusses her experience studying the Master of Asia Pacific Studies at ANU College of Asia & the Pacific. Learn more about the Master of Asia Pacific Studies program: http://bit.ly/2sDxRWS Connect with ANU College of Asia & the Pacific: Facebook: http://bit.ly/2lQlX7v Twitter: http://bit.ly/2mj3s9b Instagram: http://bit.ly/2lxPFgD LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2ozA4g8
The Asia-Pacific Regional Security Assessment 2016 is the third volume in a series published in association with the IISS Shangri-La Dialogue. It focuses on five centrally important groups of regional security concerns relevant to the discussions that can be expected at the Dialogue in 2016 and subsequent years: - The role of the Asian major powers – China, India and Japan - in regional security; - Maritime security challenges, including the militarisation of the South China Sea; - Potential regional flashpoints: the Korean peninsula and Taiwan; - Developments in regional states’ naval and defence-industrial capabilities; - Emerging regional security issues in the form of challenges from unregulated migration and the Islamic State, and the wider implications of economic cooperation initia...
"International Relations and Cultural Diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific Region" A Lecture by ICD Advisory Board Member, Senator Alan Ferguson, 22nd President of the Australian Senate "Cultural Diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific Region" (Berlin, ICD House; May 17th 2013) Center for Cultural Diplomacy Studies Publication Institute for Cultural Diplomacy www.ccds-berlin.de www.culturaldiplomacy.org Follow us on Facebook http://on.fb.me/ZfCwv0