Please join us on Wednesday, October 18 from 4-6 PM, SLB Room 120
Nuclear North Korea in US-China Relations: Where do Washington and Beijing Go from Here?
American and Chinese leaders have long believed the other country to be vital to any solution to North Korea’s nuclear weapons. After Pyongyang’s summer of nuclear advances, are the United States and China any closer to cooperation on the Korean Peninsula? What would a mutually acceptable North Korea strategy look like, and how can Washington and Beijing move towards it?
Join Dingding Chen (Jinan University), Wang Dong (Peking University), Paul Gewirtz, Mira Rapp-Hooper, and Robert Williams (Yale Law School) for a timely conversation on a vexing national security challenge – and what it means for the world’s most important bilateral relationship.
Refreshments will be served
A colony of monkeys off the coast of Puerto Rico mostly survived a direct hit by Hurricane Maria but an international team of researchers who have studied the 1,000 free-ranging Rhesus monkeys are scrambling to assist survivors and the staff who serve them on the tiny island, which now lacks vegetation and fresh water.
“Cayo Santiago is a small island off the coast of mainland Puerto Rico, and the monkeys have been subjects in scientific research since the 1930s, which makes this site the longest running primate field site in the world,” said Laurie Santos, professor of psychology at Yale University, who has worked at the site for over 23 years.
“I’m sorry, I need to send this,” said Marietta Vazquez, M.D., HS ’97, FW ’01, associate professor of pediatrics, as she looked at a message on her cell phone. She was standing in a warehouse on Howard Avenue on Tuesday morning, arranging to ship 15,000 pounds of antibiotics, sutures, gauze, surgical kits, syringes, medications, and other medical supplies to Puerto Rico. Her phone never stopped ringing and she rarely took her eyes away from the phone as she scanned her messages.
After Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico on September 20, Vazquez first ascertained that her family in the outskirts of San Juan was safe. Then she thought about her medical colleagues there.
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 4:10PM – 5:30PM
– Room 121
Li Ying is a leading women’s rights advocate and public interest lawyer in China. She is at the forefront of representing victims of domestic violence who killed their abusers in China’s latest battered-woman defense cases.
Justice Denis Boyle of the Bronx Supreme Court, Criminal Term is a seasoned jurist specializing in felony cases involving domestic violence.
Join us for a fascinating conversation on the emergence of battered-woman defense in China, and a comparative look at its legal development in U.S. criminal trials.