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*Dr. Park had a featured article in the Athens Banner-Herald about American racial issues.  Click here to read.

Dr. Han Park had a featured article in the Athens Banner-Herald American racial issues. Click here to read. - See more at: http://globiscenter.org/index.php/about-us/director-s-corner#sthash.QDiD5fW8.dpuf
Dr. Han Park had a featured article in the Athens Banner-Herald American racial issues. Click here to read. - See more at: http://globiscenter.org/index.php/about-us/director-s-corner#sthash.QDiD5fW8.dpuf
Dr. Han Park had a featured article in the Athens Banner-Herald American racial issues. Click here to read. - See more at: http://globiscenter.org/index.php/about-us/director-s-corner#sthash.QDiD5fW8.dpuf

*Dr. Han S. Park and Dr. Brock Tessman introduce the Track-II "Globis Model" in the professional journal, Globis Asia.

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Globis is now accepting applications for our Stellenbosch and Asia Study Abroad Programs.

The Verona Summer Program is currently full.  We are no longer accepting applications.


Please see information below about possible scholarships:

Education Abroad Scholarships Available to UGA Students 2014-2015
Deadlines in October and March
Apply at: international.uga.edu/education_abroad/financial_aid_and_scholarships

Now accepting applications for Franklin College studies abroad scholarships:
The Craige Global Fellows Scholarship; The Tome Study Abroad Scholarship; and The Franklin College Study Abroad Scholarship.
For further information about the scholarships and application process: http://www.franklin.uga.edu/international/scholarship_fund.php
 

SPIA Study Abroad Scholarships for 2015: http://spia.uga.edu/uploads/documents/2014_SPIA_Study_Abroad_Funding_Application.pdf

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In October 2011 the Center for the Study of Global Issues conducted Track-II talks between DRPK, ROK, and US representatives. The talks were successful in producing a conference statement between the parties.

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 Globis Friday Forum Series is pleased to announce:

"Alliances, Regime Types and Asymmetric Bargaining" by Filip Viskupic and Doug Atkinson
 
Friday, January 30 @ 3:00pm in the Globis Center Conference Room

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If you are interested in presenting your paper, thesis, prospectus, or dissertation, please contact Karen Jazayeri at 706-542-6633

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  • Globis Forum - China

    "China Rising: Impending Democracy or Democracy Deferred?" On January 26, 2015 the The University of Georgia hosted a panel discussion sponsored by the Center for the Study of Global Issues (GLOBIS) on the political trajectory of China, possibilities for democratization, economic growth and stability, corruption, and media censorship. ‚ÄčThe event, coordinated by GLOBIS Research Associate Karen Bodnaruk Jazayeri, began with introductions by GLOBIS Research Associate and event moderator Joshua Darnell. Three panelists, UGA professors,  Rongbin Han, Brock Tessman and Han Park shared their expert knowledge of these topics to a group of about 65 people, predominantly UGA undergraduates, in the Miller Learning Center. Dr. Han Park, director of GLOBIS, discussed the importance of considering Chinese identification to Confucianism and how this legacy will affect the political transition the regime makes in the future. Dr. Han Park, Dr. Brock Tessman, and Dr. Rongbin Han discussed topics concerning political stability of the Chinese Communist Party, how the state interacts with its neighbors in the region and globally, as well as, the government's ability to monitor social media and repress public discontent.

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