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Wednesday, Feb. 21
The Indiana Daily Student

Bruce Cumings, the keynote speaker at "Assessing Korean Democratization and Democracy: From Molotov Cocktails to Candle Lights," speaks in the Global and International Studies Building auditorium Friday morning. Cumings, who is a professor at the University of Chicago, spoke on three episodes of violence that occurred before, during and after the Korean War and how they influenced Korea's path to democratization. Emily Eckelbarger

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Bruce Cumings, the keynote speaker at "Assessing Korean Democratization and Democracy: From Molotov Cocktails to Candle Lights," speaks in the Global and International Studies Building auditorium Friday morning. Cumings, who is a professor at the University of Chicago, spoke on three episodes of violence that occurred before, during and after the Korean War and how they influenced Korea's path to democratization.