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Retired General George Casey and General Jacoby discuss the Iraq War at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies

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Events

At the Josef Korbel School we are committed to providing our students, faculty, staff and the greater Denver community with quality programming that features many of today's global leader.

For information about campus holidays, computer lab closures and student group meetings, please visit our campus calendar.

April

APRIL 21 Crisis in Ukraine: A Panel Discussion 

Please join The Center for the Study of Europe and the World and The European Affairs Student Forum for a panel discussion on the crisis in Ukraine.  The discussion will be moderated by Professor Rachel Epstein and will include dean of the Josef Korbel School, Christopher Hill; Professor Jonathan Adelman; and Professor Christoph Stefas from the University of Colorado Denver.


APRIL 24 Resolving the Israel-Palestine Conflict: What's Possible, What's Not 

Join the Center for Middle East Studies for this lecture by Norman Finkelstein, noted author, activist and commentator who will talk about the current state of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. 


APRIL 25 | How Rich Countries Stay Rich: the Political Economy of Finance and Competiveness in the EU

The Center for the Study of Europe and the World presents Professor John Zysman from UC Berkeley.


APRIL 28 Why the United States is Giving Up on Middle East Democracy, and Why That's a Big Mistake

The Center for Middle East Studies presents Shadi Hamid, fellow with the Project on US Relations with the Islamic World at the Brookings Institution's Saban Center for Middle East Policy.  Hamid will join dean of the Josef Korbel School Ambassador Christopher Hill for an engaging discussion.


APRIL 29 | How to Handle the North Korean Crises: Perspectives from the ROK, US and China

The Center for China-US Cooperation presents Jongjoo Lee, Unification and Security Attaché at the Korean Embassy in D.C., who will join Dean Hill and Professor Zhao for this panel discussion.

May

MAY 1  | Rising up Against Assad's War Crimes: The Siege of Syria & What the International Community Can Do to End It

The Center for Middle East Studies presents Qusai Zakarya, Syrian Civil Society Activist & Citizen Journalist.


MAY 9 Rethinking the Chinese World Order: Historical Perspectives on the Rise of China

The Center for China-US Cooperation presents a half day conference.  For a schedule and list of speakers visit http://www.du.edu/korbel/china/events/conferences.html


MAY 12 - 13 | The Center for Middle East Studies Presents Gilbert Achcar

Join the Center for Middle East Studies for a series of events featuring Gilbert Achcar, professor of development studies and international relations at SOAS, University of London.

The People Want: A Radical Exploration of the Arab Uprising

Political Theory Forum--A conversation on Orientalism, Cosmopolitanism & Revolution

Panel Discussion on Achcar's Book: The Arabs and the Holocaust: the Arab-Israeli War of Narratives

  • Panelists include: Achcar; Ira Chernus from the University of Colorado; and Adam Rovner from DU
  • Tuesday, May 13
  • 7 p.m.
  • Anderson Academic Commons, Room 290