Dr. Il SaKong
Chairman and CEO of the Institute for Global Economics in Seoul, Korea. During his tenure key posts in the Korean government, Dr. SaKong played a leading role in framing Korea's development strategy and economic policies.
"Asian Economic Cooperation: Korean Perspectives"
"The Sources of Ethnic Conflict: Insights from the Postcommunist Experience"
Chong-Wook Chung, Freeman Foundation Visiting Prof. of Asian Affairs
"New Leaders in Asia: Implications for America"
Leszek Balcerowicz, Former Polish Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister; President, National Bank of Poland; Author of Post-Communist Transition
"EU Enlargement and Economic Catching-up of Candidate Countries
Y.M. Bammi, Lieutenant General (Ret.) Indian Army
Research Fellow United Services Institution of India
"The Security Environment in South Asia"
February 7-8, 2003
"Evaluating Success and Failure in Postcommunist Reform"
Friday, February 7
1:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Claremont McKenna College
Bauer Center Founders Room
500 E. Ninth St.
Saturday, February 8
9:45 am - 4:00 pm
Gold Student Center
Claremont Blvd. & Ninth St.
April 19, 2003
"New Directions in Korean History"
Co-sponsored with the History Department, Office of the President, and the Luce Foundation
Jorge Dominguez, Editor of The Future of Inter-American Relations
Professor of international affairs, Harvard University
"The United States and Mexico: Between Partnership and Conflict"
"Contested Loyalities and Illusive Citizenship: Korean Americans on the Homefront During World War II.