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Whyte and Garver

The China Research Center Annual Lecture 2014: “The Paradox of Communists Effectively Promoting Capitalism”

April 17, 2014 — Professor Martin Whyte gave a talk at Georgia Tech on April 11, 2014 discussing his research on Chinese attitudes toward income inequality and distributive justice. The event was hosted by the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP), the Georgia Tech School of History, Technology, and Society, and the China Research Center. Introductory remarks were provided by Nunn School Professor John Garver.  

Abbas Milani

Milani Speaks on Iran Nuclear Strategy

April 16, 2014 — Professor Abbas Milani of Stanford University engaged Georgia Tech students and faculty in a dialogue on Iran’s nuclear program on April 14, 2014. Professor Milani’s visit was sponsored by the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, with the nuclear program discussion facilitated by the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP) and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. Nunn School Assistant Professor Margaret Kosal served as event moderator.

GT Model UN Team

GT Model United Nations Emerges Victorious

April 8, 2014 — Sponsored by the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, the Georgia Tech Model United Nations (GTMUN) Competitive Team keeps up the momentum at a recent competition, MUN-E II, hosted by Emory University. After receiving a spot in the top 75 North American teams ranking by Best Delegate, GTNMUN spent April 3-6th at Emory University competing in Emory’s Model United Nations crisis competitions. 

Apr 22

Joint Perspective on 21st Century Security Challenges

The Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP) within the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is hosting a panel discussion with Lieutenant Colonel Justin Y. Reese, U.S. Army, and Major Joel Pauls, U.S. Air Force. The speakers will address bridging complex strategic and technical concepts with long-term operational needs and objectives for the US military. 

Apr 24

China-US Relations and East Asia Security Dynamic: How it will be more forward-leaning?

The presentation is based on his finished research project. He argues that the bilateral relationship is characterized with geopolitical competitors. But there is no way both sides could escape from geostrategic cooperation simultaneously as the world and domestic politics have dramatically changed. The key test for both is how to avoid malicious circle of action and reaction.

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