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Avoiding Conflict in the South China Sea

Avoiding Conflict in the South China Sea

Professor Joseph Nye, member of Boston Global Forum Board of Thinkers, and Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor, asserted that a US-China conflict in the South China Sea can and should be avoided.The claim was made in recent article published on the...

Carlos Alberto Torres: Book on Paulo Freire Wins Houle Award

(October 2, 2015) - Member of Boston Global Forum's Board of Thinkers, and UNESCO Chair in Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education recognized for expertise on the Brazilian educator and philosopher. Carlos Alberto Torres, UCLA Distinguished Professor of...

Chinese Hegemony in the South China Sea

Chinese Hegemony in the South China Sea

(December 7th, 2014) - Linda and Llewellyn talk with Congressional adviser Barry Nolan on China's hegemonic takeover of the South China Sea and its implications for global geopolitics, especially for Vietnam and the United States. Watch the video here:...

Scarlett Ho

Assistant for Editorial Board, Boston Global Forum EDUCATION Northeastern University, Class of 2017, College of Social Sciences and Humanities; Candidate for Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs and Political Science MAJOR International Affairs and Political...

Fact, Fiction and the South China Sea

A recently published article on Asia Sentinel by Bill Hayton, a journalist at BBC World News TV, showed many misconceptions that have slipped into the public discourse on South China Sea disputes, particularly on the dubious evident foundations of some of the...

Birth of an Institution in Boston

"It's so early that it has no headquarters, secretariat or paid staff. But this nascent think tank has gathered a loose faculty from a coterie of public intellectuals, mainly in and around Boston, and abroad in Hanoi, Tokyo and Berlin. - It's called the Boston Global...