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Europe After Pax Americana, Jan Techau

A Conversation about the American Election
discussion on american election

The Middle Eastern War That Destabilized Europe: Syria and Its Consequences
discussion on middle eastern war


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Taller De "Conozca Sus Derechos" / Immigration: Know Your Rights

The Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP), will lead the Central Washington Event PosterUniversity "Immigration: Know Your Rights" presentation on Saturday, January 28. Mirta Laura Contreras, NWIRP directing attorney will lead the discussion.

Europe After Pax Americana – Turmoil and Order in the Old World

Friday, 18 November 2016 at 3pm in the Planetarium in Science II

What is next for Europe after Pax America? This is a crucial question not just for peace and stability in Europe, but also for the future of the liberal world. As America's willingness and ability to guarantee peace and stability in Europe is dwindling, the transitional instability of Europe returns.

Jan Techau is the Director of the Richard C. Holbrooke Forum at the American Academy in Berlin.

The Search for General Tso

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 in the SURC Theater

Understanding the Chinese immigrant experience through cuisine. There will be a showing of the documentary "The Search for General Tso" followed by a discussion. Read a cultural comment on the film in The New Yorker

A Conversation about the American Election

Join Roger Cohen from the New York Times and Todd Myers of the Washington Policy Center for a panel discussion about the American election.

The American Election Poster


The Middle Eastern War that Destabilized Europe: Syria & Its Consequences

Roger Cohen from the New York Times will be discussing the Syrian Civil War and refugee crisis on November 2nd at 5:30 p.m. in the SURC Theatre. There will be a book signing immediately following the lecture.

Roger Cohen Event Poster

Mass Incarceration in Washington State: Making Changes

Mass Incarceration in  Washington State: Making Changes. One day conference oriented toward identifying institutional policies and practices that need to be changed to reduce the problem of mass incarceration. Organizer: Charles Reasons and the Law and Justice Department.

Consigned to Oblivion: Murdered and Disappeared Women of Color and the Criminal Justice System

Dr. Demetrice A. Worley will present "Cosigned to Oblivion: Murdered and Disappeared Women of Color and the Criminal Justice System," on May 25th, 2016.

The talk will begin at 7:00 p.m. in Black Hall Lecture Room 151.


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