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Afrasia Symposium Series 5
Nobuko Nagasaki, Pauline Kent, Kosuke Shimizu, Shiro Sato and Kazue Demachi, eds.,
Proceedings of the Fifth Afrasian International Symposium: Conflict Resolution in the Afrasian Context: Examining More Inclusive Approaches, 6 February 2010, Afrasian Centre for Peace and Development Studies, Ryukoku University

Afrasia Symposium Series 4
Tsuyoshi Kato and Aysun Uyar, eds.,
Proceedings of the Fourth Afrasian International Symposium: The Question of Poverty and Development in Conflict and Conflict Resolution,15-16 November 2008, Afrasian Centre for Peace and Development Studies, Ryukoku University

Afrasia Symposium Series 3
Yoshio Kawamura, Hisashi Nakamura, Shiro Sato, Aysun Uyar and Shinya Ishizaka, eds.,
Proceedings of the Third Afrasian International Symposium: Resources under Stress: Sustainability of the Local Community in Asia and Africa, 23-24 February 2008, Afrasian Centre for Peace and Development Studies, Ryukoku University

Afrasia Symposium Series 2
Takeshi Hamashita, Pauline Kent, Ayako Iwatani and Aysun Uyar, eds.,
Proceedings of the Second Afrasian International Symposium: Changing Identities and Networks in the Globalising World: Negotiation, Conflict Prevention and Conflict Resolution in Everything Life, 23 February 2007, Afrasian Centre for Peace and Development Studies, Ryukoku University

Afrasia Symposium Series 1
Nobuko Nagasaki, Hisashi Nakamura and Tosei Sano, eds.,
Proceedings of the Frist AFC International Symosium: The International Context of Conflicts in the Middle East and Asian Approaches to Conflict Resolution, 4-5 March 2006, Afrasian Centre for Peace and Development Studies, Ryukoku University
 
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