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2013

International and Area Studies

Colby Magazine

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Full-Text Articles in Social and Behavioral Sciences

A Question Of Humanity, Ruani S. Freeman Mar 2013

A Question Of Humanity, Ruani S. Freeman

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Lt. General Roméo Dalliare asks the West to consider its role in the genocide in Rwanda.


The Last Page: In Japan, Living With History, John Roderick Mar 2013

The Last Page: In Japan, Living With History, John Roderick

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When John Roderick ’36 wants to get away, he goes back centuries.


Peace In Phnom Penh: Jim Cousins Finds Refuge And Regeneration In The Reborn Cambodian Capital, Frank Bures Mar 2013

Peace In Phnom Penh: Jim Cousins Finds Refuge And Regeneration In The Reborn Cambodian Capital, Frank Bures

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Jim Cousins ’75, M.D., was working long hours in an emergency room when an opportunity arose and he took it.


The Last Page: Egypt's Rise: Serving Security Through Development, Yvonne Siu Feb 2013

The Last Page: Egypt's Rise: Serving Security Through Development, Yvonne Siu

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Yvonne Siu ’03 on Egypt’s democracy.


Having A Ball In Japan: Larry Rocca Helps Stoke The Rising Interest In Japanese Baseball, Paul Karr Feb 2013

Having A Ball In Japan: Larry Rocca Helps Stoke The Rising Interest In Japanese Baseball, Paul Karr

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Larry Rocca ’90 made the jump just in time. The former baseball beat writer, now in the front office of the Chiba Lotte Marines baseball team in Tokyo, is a catalyst in the historic melding of two baseball cultures


A Fine Line: Oscar-Nominated Filmmakers Andrea Nix Fine And Sean Fine Strike A Balance Between Tragedy And Beauty, Gerry Boyle Feb 2013

A Fine Line: Oscar-Nominated Filmmakers Andrea Nix Fine And Sean Fine Strike A Balance Between Tragedy And Beauty, Gerry Boyle

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Documentary filmmaker Andrea Nix Fine ’91 and her husband and co-director, Sean Fine, wanted their film War/Dance to tell the world the story of children living in a refugee camp in war-torn northern Uganda. The world watched, as War/Dance was nominated for an Academy Award.


The Last Page: My Baldness, Tibet's Bareness, Tenzin Dawoe Tsewang Feb 2013

The Last Page: My Baldness, Tibet's Bareness, Tenzin Dawoe Tsewang

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Tenzin Dawoe Tsewang ’07 on Tibet’s travails.


Views On China: Colbians Offer Varied Perspectives On One Of The World's Most Fascinating Places, Cultures, Economies, Peoples, Martin Connelly Feb 2013

Views On China: Colbians Offer Varied Perspectives On One Of The World's Most Fascinating Places, Cultures, Economies, Peoples, Martin Connelly

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Alumni and students with strong ties to China reflect on that vast nation’s fascinating past and fast-changing present.


Innocents Abroad: Gary Newton Manages Global Efforts To Help The World's Most Vulnerable Children, Alexis Grant Feb 2013

Innocents Abroad: Gary Newton Manages Global Efforts To Help The World's Most Vulnerable Children, Alexis Grant

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Gary Newton ’72 manages global efforts to help vulnerable kids.