2007 Camden Conference (new)

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2007 CAMDEN CONFERENCE

Europe: Old Continent in a New World

February 23-25, 2007

For most Americans, Europe is familiar, even taken for granted. So many of our cultural and historical roots lie in Europe, yet we have often ignored or overridden Europe as we have defined our role in the world.

The 20th annual Camden ConferenceEurope, which took place February 23-25, 2007, took a closer look at Europe’s current trends, complexities, and global relations. The event also highlighted some lessons that Americans could be learning from European experiences and perspectives.

The moderator for the 2007 Camden Conference was James W. Warhola, Professor of Political Science at the University of Maine in Orono.

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China, Japan, and the Korean Peninsula,
Can it Work?

James R. Lilley

Former U.S. Ambassador to China and Korea, Former Director of The American Institute in Taiwan

China Transformed?
Some Historical Perspectives
on Chinese Society

Michael Tsin

Associate Professor of History and International Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

China’s Economic Growth:
Implications and Challenges

Philip H. Brown

Assistant Professor of Economics, Colby College

China, Japan, and the Korean Peninsula,
Can it Work?

James R. Lilley

Former U.S. Ambassador to China and Korea, Former Director of The American Institute in Taiwan

China Transformed?
Some Historical Perspectives
on Chinese Society

Michael Tsin

Associate Professor of History and International Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

China’s Economic Growth:
Implications and Challenges

Philip H. Brown

Assistant Professor of Economics, Colby College

China, Japan, and the Korean Peninsula,
Can it Work?

James R. Lilley

Former U.S. Ambassador to China and Korea, Former Director of The American Institute in Taiwan

China Transformed?
Some Historical Perspectives
on Chinese Society

Michael Tsin

Associate Professor of History and International Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

China’s Economic Growth:
Implications and Challenges

Philip H. Brown

Assistant Professor of Economics, Colby College

China, Japan, and the Korean Peninsula,
Can it Work?

James R. Lilley

Former U.S. Ambassador to China and Korea, Former Director of The American Institute in Taiwan

China Transformed?
Some Historical Perspectives
on Chinese Society

Michael Tsin

Associate Professor of History and International Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

China’s Economic Growth:
Implications and Challenges

Philip H. Brown

Assistant Professor of Economics, Colby College

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