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07.12.03 The Concept of ‘True’ Reality in Shinran’s Pure Land Buddhism
Prof. Ryusei Takeda (Ryukoku University)
07.06.23 Theory of Harassment
Dr. Seiichiro Honjo (The University of Tokyo)
07.06.23 Confucius and Gandhi
Prof. Ayumu Yasutomi (The University of Tokyo)
07.01.29 Human security, Universality, and National Interest: A critical inquiry
Prof. Kosuke Shimizu (Ryukoku University)
07.01.29 The Hegemony of Tabloid Geopolitics: How America and the West Cannot Think International Relations beyond Conflict, Identity through Violence, and Cultural Imposition
Prof. Francois Debrix (Florida International University)
07.01.29 Colonialism and the Debate on Muslim Respectability?
Prof. Ruby Lal (Emory University)
07.01.29 The Punjabi Village Community: In Violence and in Resettlement
Prof. Gyanendra Pandey (Emory University)
06.11.13 Useful or Useless Relics? Today’s Strange Monarchies
Benedict Anderson, Professor of International Studies, Emeritus, Cornell University
06.10.23 On Peace Studies
Prof. Johan Galtung, Director, TRANSCEND, Founder and Former Director of the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo
06.10.23 Logics of Nonviolence, Equality and Nation-state: Exchanges with Prof. Johan Galtung
Prof. Hisashi Nakamura, Prof. Nobuko Nagasaki, and Prof. Kosuke Shimizu, Ryukoku University
06.06.25 The Place of the United States in the Minds of Japanese, Koreans and Chinese
Takashi Inoguchi, Chuo University
06.06.25 The Role of Negotiation, Contract and Network in Non-conflict Society -- From Social and Cultural History Perspectives in East Asia
Takeshi Hamashita, Professor, Ryukoku University
06.04.28 Asia and the Rise of the Early Modern World Economy
Professor Om Prakash, Delhi School of Economics
06.03.04 ?International Symposium? The International Context of Conflicts in the Middle East and Asian Approaches to Conflict Resolution
Yezid Sayigh, Elie Podeh, Hidemitsu Kuroki, Tosei Sano, David Menashri, Kazuo Takahashi, Ayesha Jalal, Herman Franssen, Sugata Bose, Nobuko Nagasaki, Hisashi Nakamura, Yasushi Akashi, Motohide Yoshikawa
05.12.03 International Energy Regime
Kenichi Matsui, Professor, Faculty of Intercultural Communication, Ryukoku University
05.12.03 Democracy, Non-violence and Conflict Resolution: The Experience of India’s Struggle for Freedom
Professor Mridula Mukherjee, Center for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University
05.12.03 The Political Economy of India’s Strategy of Development with Democracy: From the Nehruvian Consensus to Economic Reforms
Professor Aditya Mukherjee, Center for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
05.10.03 Women and Industrialization: The South Asian Case
Professor Tirthankar Roy (Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, India)
05.07.10 On the Concept of “Conflict”
Pauline Kent, Associate Professor, Faculty of Intercultural Communication, Ryukoku University
05.07.10 On the History of Conceptualization and Politicization of Poverty
Tsuyoshi Kato, Professor, Faculty of Sociology, Ryukoku university
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