SURGE

Date & Time March 30, 2021 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location
Virtual
Program
SURGE

Coup in Burma: What's happening and what's next?

This Tuesday (March 30th) at 8:00 PM EDT, Tufts SURGE is proud to host a presentation, followed by a discussion, by Mr. Aaron Connelly on the recent coup in Burma. Mr. Connelly will explain the current situation in Burma, discuss the coup's long-term consequences, and talk about what the international community can do.

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Date & Time March 16, 2021 8:00pm - 8:30pm
Location
Virtual
Program
SURGE

Tufts IR Trivia Night (Chances to win Amazon Gift Cards)

This Tuesday (March 16th) at 8:00 pm (EST), please join us for an exciting night of trivia cohosted by Tufts SURGE and Hemispheres (@tuftshemis)! Questions will range from general IR knowledge to more specific topics on politics, history, culture, flags, and geography. The final prizes include two $15 and two $10 Amazon gift cards! This event is open to anyone, and although the questions will be focused on IR, we welcome and encourage students from all majors and knowledge levels to participate in what we hope is a night full of a lot of fun!

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Date & Time February 9, 2021 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location
Virtual
Program
SURGE

SURGE GIM and Chinese Foreign Investment (Speaker: Alvin Camba)

Are you interested in international affairs and learning more about geopolitics in East Asia? If so, then Tufts Sino-U.S Relations Group Engagement (SURGE) is the place for you! Tufts SURGE is an IGL-affiliated undergraduate group that promotes and expands the academic understanding of China and East Asia on everything from the economy, military, geopolitics to culture.

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Date & Time April 16-17, 2021 1:00pm - 3:45pm
Location
Virtual
Program
SURGE

SURGE: China-US Symposium: Danger and Opportunity

Symposium Program

SURGE China-U.S. Symposium is a two day academic conference that aims to foster understanding of China and East Asia. First held in 2012, we seek to bring the communities of Tufts and Boston into close contact with the experts and practitioners of international relations of China and the United States.

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Date & Time November 17, 2020 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location
Virtual
Program
SURGE

SURGE: Japanese Foreign Policy Post-Abe (Nicholas Szechenyi, CSIS)

What is Prime Minister Abe Shinzo’s legacy on Japanese foreign policy? What does his departure mean for Japan and the region’s future? This Tuesday, we welcome Mr. Nicholas Szechenyi to talk about Japan's Post-Abe future. Mr. Szechenyi is Deputy Director of the Japan Chair and Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), one of the most prestigious foreign policy think tanks in the US. His research focuses on U.S.-Japan relations and U.S.-East Asia relations.

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