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  • Marx and postcolonial thinking

    On May 12, Sudipta Kaviraj visited UCLA's Center for India and South Asia to deliver a speech on the need to broaden social science theories to include those based on non-western experience.

  • Ambassador Emerson discusses U.S.-German relations

    On May 10, former U.S. Ambassador to Germany John Emerson (2013-17) delivered the 2017 Bernard Brodie Lecture at the Burkle Center. He highlighted the enduring importance of U.S.-European partnership and the critical need to address economic equity on both sides of the Atlantic.

  • UCLA Burkle Center launches new Initiative on Security and Religious Freedom

    The new initiative, which seeks to operate across the UC system, will promote research on innovative solutions to security challenges while preserving civil rights and civil liberties.

  • The Naksa at 50: Nostalgia and Memory in the Middle East and Beyond

    A multi-campus conference at UCLA, UC Santa Barbara and UC Berkeley commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War, known among Arabs as the Naksa.

  • Going Global Recap

    UCLA graduate students from a variety of disciplines came together to present their research on international issues at the Fourth Annual International Institute Graduate Student Conference.


On May 12, Sudipta Kaviraj visited UCLA's Center for India and South Asia to deliver...

On May 10, former U.S. Ambassador to Germany John Emerson (2013-17) delivered the 2017 Bernard...

The new initiative, which seeks to operate across the UC system, will promote research on...

A multi-campus conference at UCLA, UC Santa Barbara and UC Berkeley commemorated the 50th anniversary...

UCLA graduate students from a variety of disciplines came together to present their research on...

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May 3, 2017. Bolivarian National Guards stand on a highway overlooking an anti-government march trying to make its way to the National Assembly in Caracas. (Photo: © AP Photo/ Fernando Llano, 2017.) This photo is licensed; do not download or copy.
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