How can conflict between nation-states be prevented? Can adversaries be engaged in ways that avoid conflict while promoting dialogue and greater understanding? What are the essential ingredients of engagement and how could they impact current relations with North Korea and Iran?
Join us on Thursday April 18th at 5:00pm for an evening of discussion and reflection with practitioners and scholars of international negotiation and engagement. Reception to follow at 6:45pm
The IU McKinney Law School presents a panel of experts including:
Keith Luse, Former East Asia Foreign Policy Advisor to Senator Richard Lugar, U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Mel Gurtov, Professor Emeritus, Portland State University
Andrei Lankov, Professor of History, Kookmin University
Jamsheed Choksy, Professor of Central Eurasian Studies, Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies and History, IU
Ambassador Feisal Amin Rasoul-Al-Istrabadi, University Scholar, International Law and Diplomacy, IU Maurer School of Law; Director, IU Center for the Study of the Middle East
Sponsored by: IU East Asia Studies Center |IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law |IUPUI Office of International Affairs |IUPUI Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor |Australian National University-IU Pan Asia Institute | IU Center for the Study of the Middle East | IU Office of the Vice President of International Affairs |The East Asia Foundation
View the flyer at: http://international.iupui.edu/Engaging.jpg
Wynne Courtroom, Inlow Hall, IU McKinney School of Law 530 W. New York St.
This event is free and open to the public
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