DC event at GW on China's Tibet Policy

Multilevel Governance as a Framework for Regionalization and the Question of Tibet: Recent Developments and New Prospects for China’s Tibet Policy

When: Monday, November 17th, 12-1pm

Where: Elliott School of International Affairs, 1957 E Street NW, conference room 501,
Washington, DC, 20052

Tash Rabgey is a Research Professor in the Institute of Global and International Affairs and Director of its Tibet Governance Project. Rabgey, the first Tibetan Rhodes scholar, has two law degrees and a doctorate in social anthropology from Harvard University.

RSVP here!

Sponsored by The Institute for Global and International Studies (IGIS). Co-sponsored by the Tibet Governance Project and Culture in Global Affairs Program of IGIS.

 

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