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@ 2009
Research Group 1
Tomoaki Ueda
(Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Meijo University)

Nationalist Thoughts in Colonial India on Order, Conflict, and Identity Politics

Research Group 2
Kyoko Cross
(Graduate School of Law, Kobe University)

The Potential for Globalizing Local Norms in Transitional Justice:
A Case Study of the Community Reconciliation Process in Timor-Leste

Research Group 4
Ryosuke Sato
(Graduate School of Law, Hitotsubashi University)

Law and Reconciliation in African Post-conflict Societies:
the Multi-dimensional Nature of Rebuilding/Developing Societal Mechanisms

Research Group 1
Etsuro Totsuka
(Professor, Law School, Ryukoku University)

Study on the Influence of the United Nations Human Right Mechanism towards the Settlement of Asian Regional Conflicts: Focusing on the Issue of Military Sexual Slavery

Research Group 2
Atsuko Mizuno
(Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Konan University)

The Impacts of International Labor Migration on Rural Economy
in the Central Dry Zone of Myanmar

Research Group 3
Katsumi Is‚ˆizuka
(Associate Professor, Department of International Business Management, Kyoei University)

The Emergence and Development of Interfaith Network:
The Significance of A Cultural Aspect in UN Peace-building: A Case Study in Timor-Leste

Research Group 4
Kazuya Masuda
(Research Fellow, Graduate School of Human and Environment Studies, Kyoto University)

Conflict of Forest and Conflict Resolution under
Democratization and Decentralization in Indonesia

Research Group 1
Seiichiro Honjo
(Research Fellow, Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo, Japan)

Satyagraha as a Strategy for Dissolving Harassment

Research Group 2
Junya Himoto
(Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan)

History of Land Law and Land Conflicts in Rural Indonesia

Research Group 3
Acharawan Israngkura Na Ayuthaya
Senjo Nakai
(Graduate School of Communication Arts, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Thailand)

The Emergence and Development of Interfaith Network:
A Case Study of Advocacy for People Living with HIV/AIDS in Upper Northern Thailand 

Research Group 4
Toru Sagawa
(Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University, Japan)

The Local Potential for Peace Construction in North East Africa of Recurring Conflicts