THÔNG BÁO về CUỘC HỘI THẢO VỀ BIỂN ĐÔNG tại HARVARD UNIVERSITY ngày 11/1/2014 (Viet Studies)

 

 
The Paracel Archipelago:
Implications for Peace and Security after 40 Years of China’s Occupation
 
      Saturday, January 11, 2014 • 10:00-15:00
       
      Hosted by a group of intellectuals in the Greater Boston Region
       
      Conference room at Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University
      5 Bryant, Cambridge, MA 02138
 
 
From January 17-19, 1974, China used its military force to occupy the Paracel Archipelago. Since then, China has claimed that this is a bilateral issue between China and Vietnam and has rejected multilateral efforts at dealing with the situation.
 
The purpose of the conferences is:
 
1. To find out whether the Paracel Archipelago is an issue that affects the security and interest of the whole East and Southeast Asia region, and possibly beyond.
 
2. To discuss possible scenarios for settlement of the issue and for peace and stability in the region.
 
This event is open to public. However, since seats are limited and we need to have a fairly accurate count for lunch, we would appreciate your reservation through this link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Do6J7MjzxbvQEw0TUmkJvF8zOBNVVXM4hy9Be5fi3Hk/viewform or the email hoangsa40nam@gmail.com.
 
 
Key speakers:
 
Prof. Ngo Vinh Long, University of Maine   
Prof. Ken MacLean, Clark University 
Dr. Julie Nguyen, Centennial College, Toronto
Mr. Gregory Poling, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Dr. Ta Van Tai, Harvard Law School 
Dr. Vu Quang Viet, former senior official at the United Nations  


 

 
The Paracel Archipelago:
Implications for Peace and Security after 40 Years of China’s Occupation
 
      Saturday, January 11 – 2014
       
      Hosted by a group of intellectuals in the Greater Boston Region
       
      Conference room at Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University
      5 Bryant, Cambridge, MA 02138
 
 
 
AGENDA
 
 
10:00 – 10:05: Introduction
10:05 – 10:45: Historical Perspectives
10:45 – 11:25: Geopolitics and Regional Security
11:25-12:00: Discussion
12.00 – 13.00: Lunch break*
13:00- 13:20: Prospect of cooperation for regional peace, security and prosperity
13:20-14:00: What futures are possible?
14:00-15:00:  Discussion
 
 
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*Lunch will be provided
 
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