Seminar: East Asia: Foreign Policy, Trade, and Security

March 18-26

Supervisors: Professor Tsuneo Akaha and Professor Wei Liang, Graduate School of International Policy and Management, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (formerly the Monterey Institute of International Studies)

What: This is the immersive professional portion of the semester-long seminar on Foreign Policy, Trade, and Security in East Asia. It is aimed at robustly deepening the participating students’ understanding and appreciation of East Asia, with particular focus on China and Japan and their relations with each other and with other regional countries and the U.S. Each student will choose her/his own research topic in consultation with the instructors.

Who: Open to all student at MIIS. We particularly encourage GSIPM students with an interest in East Asia; T&I-J and T&I-C students are also encouraged to participate.

Application Deadline: Students considering this opportunity must register for (or audit) DPPG 8614 Foreign Policy, Trade and Security in East Asia

This opportunity falls under Tier 3 of the Immersive Professional Learning Funding Guidelines. Apply by December 1st, February 5th or March 5th to be considered for an award of $1,000 to offset the costs of this practicum.

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