2023, December

Call for Papers

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The Asia Institute calls for papers on security on the Korean Peninsula and offers funding for researchers who have a strong understanding of current geopolitical, diplomatic and military issues, especially related to US approaches, to write for us and to join us in future joint research. For more details see the “Call for Papers” page.

Publications | The Asia Institute

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The Asia Institute Activities August, 2016-March 2019 Seminar “Coal and Micro-particle Pollution in Korea and Northeast Asia” Saturday, August 20th 2016 (5-7 PM) (Seminar for the public cosponsored by Korean Federation of Environmental Movements) Seminar “Asia Institute Chinese Language Seminar: Urban Environment in Korea & China” Saturday, July 6th 2016 (6-8 PM) (Cohosted by Kyung Hee Cyber University & Confucius Academy … Read more

Activity Report – August 2016-March 2019 | The Asia Institute

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The Asia Institute Activities: August, 2016-March 2019 Seminar “Coal and Micro-particle Pollution in Korea and Northeast Asia” Saturday, August 20th 2016 (5-7 PM) Seminar for the public cosponsored by Korean Federation of Environmental Movements Seminar “Asia Institute Chinese Language Seminar: Urban Environment in Korea & China” Saturday, July 6th 2016 (6-8 PM) Cohosted by Kyung Hee Cyber University studies Confucius Academy … Read more

Asia Institute Seminar Series 2024

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Coming to Terms with Civilization: A Bioregional Turn and the Commons Date: May 23, 2024 Time: 07:00 pm [Bangkok Time]            09:00 pm [Japan Time]            08:00 am [New York Time] SPEAKERS: Michel Bauwens: He is a Belgian theorist in the emerging field of peer-to-peer (P2P) collaboration, writer, and conference speaker on the subject of technology, culture and business innovation. Also Bauwens … Read more

Pastreich presents on constitution of information at “International Forum on Democracy” in Beijing

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President Pastreich gave a presentation on the potential for a constitution of information at the “International Forum on Democracy” that was held by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences on March 20, 2024.

Implications of the Pakistan Elections

2024, All News, February

“Implications of the Pakistan Elections” Interview with Malik Ayub Sumbal Geopolitical analyst, current affairs commentator and award-winning journalist and Author. Senior Associate of the Asia Institute The Asia Institute   February 13, 2024 The recent election in Pakistan saw the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) which has strong backing from the military and the support of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif unexpectedly … Read more

The end of scientific inquiry in the academy and the failure of the intellectual

2023, December

“The end of scientific inquiry in the academy and the failure of the intellectual”   Dec. 26, 2023   Discussion with   Ararat Kostanian Researcher on Middle Eastern Studies The Asia Institute   Emanuel Pastreich President The Asia Institute Independent Candidate for President of the United States      

The Asia Institute seminar on Integral Model

2023, December

An Integral Model for Open Source Economies April, 2020 Layne Hartsell commented on current conditions (and discussion) on ideas for open source villages with agroecologists in Tanzania and Uganda. Clovis Ntafakabiri, Alexander Krabbe, Derrick Jensen, Soraj Hongladarom, Christopher Ryan Maboloc.     Video Record:https://www.facebook.com/hartsellml/videos/735211837916648

Asia Institute Webinar: The Ukraine Crisis and its implications for Greater Asia

2023, December

The Ukraine Crisis and its implications for Greater Asia   Date: April 2o, 2022 Time: 08:00-10:00 pm [Korea Time]   The current war in Ukraine is the largest conventional (interstate) conflict since the Korean War by measures such as battlefield deaths, personnel who act, weapons and equipment were used. It is also the first proxy war between nuclear-armed powers since … Read more

Asia Institute Webinar on Buddhist Philosophy

2023, December

Buddhist Philosophy as the Basis for a Humanistic Approach to Governance   Date:  June 16, 2023 Time: 06:00 – 07:30 PM [Tokyo Time] 04:00 – 05:30 PM [Bangkok Time]   We find ourselves in a global rush to war driven by concepts of security rooted in Christian Millenarianism and the famous Roman adage of zero-sum politics: “If you want peace, … Read more

Collaborative seminar project between the Asia Institute, IFD and NBII

2023, December

Future of Economic Poverty: Problems and Solutions for Thailand   Date: October 10th, 2022 Time: 01:00 PM – 03:00 PM [Bangkok Time] 03:00 PM – 05:00 PM [Korean Time]   From the seminar, we get to understand the problem of poverty in Thailand, future economic trends and the solutions that should be supported by a sector of society as well … Read more

“Things Seen and Unseen” The Value of Money in an age of profound institutional change

2023, December

The value of money in an age of profound institutional and technological transformation “Things Seen and Unseen” The value of money in an age of profound institutional and technological transformation DATE: Thursday, July 21, 2022TIME: 18:00pm Seoul; 10:00am UK OBJECTIVE:The profound destabilization of international institutions, governments, and societies in this age in which the invisible metaphysical and epistemological foundations of civilization … Read more