Bookshelf Spotlight: Women in Southeast Asian Politics
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Dr. Patricio “Jojo” Abinales grew up in the northern side of the Philippine island of Mindanao.
One Evening After the War is a love story that offers rare insights into Cambodian culture. (screening on 3/31)
A documentary screening followed by a discussion on international criminal law & national reconciliation.
The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth centuryâ€™s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. Showing at the 2010 Sundance Festival
This dramatization of the life of Macario Sakay builds the case for a nationalist who envisioned a free and independent Philippines at a time when most leaders had opted to collaborate with the USA.
On the rise of a “hawkish” group within the Vietnamese Communist Party leadership, and the consequences for the revolutionary situation in southern Vietnam, for the North’s relationship with China and the USSR, and for the coming of the American war.
his talk presents an assemblage of international events and ethnographic vignettes, each of which involves the following: 1) Filipino nationals on a global stage; 2) the mass media; and 3) divine intervention.
Dr. Anwar Ibrahim, a leading opposition figure in Malaysian politics and that nationâ€™s Deputy Prime Minister from 1993 to 1998, spoke as part of the Distinguished Visiting Scholar Program in Liberal Arts at the University of Hawaii on February 23, 2006.