INSTITUTE FOR PEACE SCIENCE

HIROSHIMA UNIVERSITY

RESEARCH SEMINARS

 

1.

1975/10/24

Social Meeting with Professor Chadwick Alger

2.

1975/12/9

Panel Discussion on Peace Research

3.

1976/12/9

KAWATA, Tadashi: Peace Research and the Third World

4.

1976/2/24

SHONO, Naomi: Research Survey on Current State of Nuclear Problems

MORI, Yuji: One View of Peace Science: The Approach from Life Sciences

5.

1976/4/13

ABE, Koichiro: The Current Situation of Information Search Technology

SEKI, Hiroharu: Peace Research Institutions in America and Europe

6.

1976/4/27

ISHIIGAYA, Seikan: Theories of Low Energy Use

7.

1976/5/29

A Social Meeting Surrounding Nakano Yoshio

8.

1976/7/13

MUSHAKOJI, Kinhide: UN University Research Project

ALGER, Chadwick: Cities as Areas for Participatory Learning in Global Citizenship

9.

1976/9/21

SHIBATA, Shingo: Attendance at a Peace Research Meeting in Vienna

SEKI, Hiroharu: Attendance at Edinburgh ISPA Meeting

10.

1977/1/25

LEY, Herman: Dresden and Hiroshima

11.

1977/4/23

WOLFSON, Murray: The Cold War and Model of Conflict

12.

1977/5/25

MARUYAMA, Masao: 50 Years of Peace Research

13.

1978/1/31

BRUCAN, Silviu: The Future of the Nation State: Will It Keep Order or Wither Away?

14.

1978/4/25

LARKIN, Bruce. D.: The US and North Asia--Issues in the 1980s

15.

1978/10/16

CONSTANTINO, Renato: Nationalism in the Philippines

16.

1978/11/21

ANUAR, Abdel-Malek: The UN University Research Project (SCA)

17.

1978/12/19

SEKI, Hiroharu; MORI, Yuji: The UN University Research Project 'People and Society--Objectives, Process, Indicators'

18.

1979/1/30

MATSUO, Masatsugu: Considering the Starting Point of Hiroshima

19.

1979/3/19

A Joint Review of Nuclear Weapons and Peace, by Shono Naomi (ed.)

20.

1979/4/17

VASILEV, Nikolai: US-Soviet Relations and World Peace

21.

1979/5/15

MELLINGER, H: The Issue of International Understanding Education

22.

1979/7/17

SINGER, John David: The Outlook for US World Strategy in the 1980s

23.

1979/10/9

BERGMANN, Theodor: The Limits of Growth

24.

1979/12/4

UNO, Shozo: Peace and Philosophy

UBUKI, Akira: Regions and Peace--The Hiroshima Japan Congress Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs as Research Material

25.

1980/3/22

Theme: Peace and Development--Modernization and Militarization

SEKI, Hiroharu: Peace and Development

MATSUO. Masatsugu: The Research Parameters of Development and Growth

HATSUSE, Ryuhei: Prospects for the Japanese Model of Modernization

HATA, Ikuhiko: Modernization and Militarization

UCHIYAMA, Hideo: Modern Democracy and Militarization

YABUNO, Yuzo: The Function of the Military in Theories of Modernization

26.

1980/5/27

LOESER, Franz: Nuclear Weapons and the Philosophy and Theoretical Meaning of Hiroshima--Visiting Hiroshima 35 Years On

27.

1980/6/16

WILLS, Gary: Problems in Contemporary US Society--Concerning Presidential Elections

28.

1980/7/15

Theme: Peace and Development--Case Study Research

YAMASHITA, Shoichi: Problems in Japan-Thailand Economic Development

ISHII, Osamu: Japanese Economic Friction in the 1930s

MOMOSE, Hiroshi: The Development of Small Power Diplomacy and Finland's Security

29.

1980/10/2

MORI, Yuji: Concerning the SCA Project--The Role of Agriculture in the Growth of Civilization

30.

1980/10/17

KOMURA, Fujihiko: Ernst Bloch's Future Images

31.

1980/11/12

BROWN, Neville G.: UK Nuclear Deterrence and the Labour Party

32.

1981/1/27

KURINO, Otori: The Completion of Dispatch Duties for the Rescue of Refugees from Indo-China

33.

1981/3/16

IWAMURA, Noboru: Public Participation in Health Promotion During Conditions of General Development

34.

1981/3/17

BABA. Nobuya: Identity in the Study of International Relations

ONO, Osamu: The Security and Peace of Civil Society

35.

1981/4/21

KURINO, Otori: Arms Reduction, Development, Peace--The Opening Next Year of the Second UN Special Assembly on Arms Reduction

36.

1981/6/16

Discussion: The Particularism and Universalism of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

37.

1981/7/14

KURINO, Otori: The Issue of Arms Reduction

38.

1981/10/5

VORONSTOV, Valdilen B.: Report

39.

1981/10/7

KIM, Leioho: The Reception of Atomic Bomb Literature in the USSR

40.

1982/2/19

FUKUDA, Kanichi: A Social Meeting with the Professor

41.

1982/3/1

TAKAYANAGI, Sakio: The Current State of Peace Research in Western Europe

42.

1982/3/23

KIDO, Shigeri: The Situation of Poland and the Future of Eastern Europe

MOMOSE, Hiroshi: The Polish Question and The Situation of Northern Europe

43.

1982/4/27

MORI, Toshikazu: Arms Reduction and Development--The 1981 UN Report

44.

1982/6/14

Investigation of IPSHU Director Kurino Otori's Proposal for a Speech at the Second UN Special Assembly on Arms Reduction

45.

1982/7/20

KURINO, Otori: Report on Attendance at Second UN Special Assembly on Arms Reduction

46.

1982/9/7

ALGER, Chadwick: The Role of Citizens and Local Authorities in International Relations

47.

1982/10/15

SKILLING, Gordon: Humans Rights Movements in Eastern Europe

48.

1982/11/18

KOBAYASHI, Fumio: The Textbook Controversy and China

49.

1983/5/31

Roling, B. V. A.: The Tokyo Trials and Peace Research

50.

1983/7/14

YAMADA, Hiroshi: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Peace Research, Peace Education, and Peace Movements--Looking Towards the 1983 Peace Studies Association of Japan

51.

1983/12/8

Theme: The Modernization of China and Sino-Japanese Cultural Exchange

ZHANG, Guang Pei: The Modernization of China and Sino-Japanese Cultural Exchange

RAI, Kiichi: Sino Japanese Culture in History

MATSUO, Masatsugu: China's Introduction of Leading Edge Technology

KOMATSU, Izuru: Changes in Chinese Agricultural Society

YAMASHITA, Shoichi: The Modernization of China's Economy

KURUSHIMA, Mikio: Education and China's Modernization

MORI, Yuji: Modernization and Thought

52.

1984/3/10

HARUTA, Hisayoshi: Growth in Developing Countries and Japan's Internationalization

53.

1984/3/28

NAKAUCHI, Tsuneo: Aid and Development

54.

1984/7/6

GALVEZ, Sergio Gonzalez: The Current State and Future of Mexico

55.

1984/9/17

EISENSTADT, S. N.: The Transformation of Israeli Society

56.

1984/9/27

GUETZKOW, Harold: Formulating US Foreign Policy

57.

1984/10/1

BRAUCH, Hans Gunter: Regionalism and Interregionalism--The Case of ASEAN and the EC

58.

1985/3/1

INTARATHAI, Khoontang: Japan-Thailand Political and Economic Relations

59.

1985/3/15

Theme: Africa Under the International System--The Origins of Political and Economic 'Structural Violence'

KATSUMATA, Makoto: The Structure of Famine in Africa and the International System

ODA, Hideo: The Structure of Conflict in Africa and the Political System

60.

1985/4/5

CHOI, R: The Phenomenon of the Cycle of International Politics and The Alleviation of Tensions Between North and South Korea

61.

1985/11/13

JOXE, Alain: Nuclear Deterrence Policy Seen From Europe

62.

1986/3/28

YAMAGAWA, Katsumi: Theories of Democracy

63.

1986/5/27

PICCIOTTO, Sol: Nuclear Weapons, State Power and Legitimacy in International Order

64.

1986/7/5

NURES, Nurver: Turkey and Japan in International Society

65.

1987/3/2

UNO, Shigeaki: Economic Development and Demands for Democracy in Contemporary China

66.

1987/3/13

YAMAUCHI, Masayuki: 'Orientalism' in the USSR--Socialism and Ethnicity

67.

1987/3/25

AMEMIYA, Shoichi: Postwar History and the Second Period of the Peace Economy

68.

1987/6/16

AKIBA, Tadatoshi: The Peace Movement in the US

69.

1987/7/20

DALLIN, Alexander: The Reagan Administration and Soviet Policy

70.

1987/10/31

KAMO, Takehiko: The Prospects of Nuclear Arms Reduction and SDI

71.

1988/3/1

KAJITA, Takamichi: Ethnicity and the Decline of the Nation State

72.

1988/3/9

HIRAI, Tomoyoshi:The Gorbachev Administration's 'New Thinking' and Security Policy

73.

1988/9/9

Theme: Considering the Problems of Developing Nations

TAKEHANA, Seiji: Participation in a Research Trip on 'A Northern Thai Islamic Society'

NISHIZAWA, Nobuyoshi: Considering Problems in Burma

NISHIKAWA, Jun: Peace and Human Rights--The Situation of Developing Countries

74.

1989/1/26

ISHIDA, Takeshi: Personal Experience and Peace Research--The Emperor System, War, and Synchronicity

75.

1989/3/14

HIRAKAWA, Hitoshi: Reinvestigation of NIES Theory

PARK, I: Asian NIES and Developmental Dictatorship--Concerning South Korean Democratization

76.

1989/3/28

MIYAKE, Ichiro: Japanese Elections and Politics

77.

1989/10/24

PICKETT, William B.: A Reevaluation of Eisenhower's Diplomacy

78.

1989/11/25

GHOSH, Samir: Concerning Peaceful Development

79.

1989/12/12

MORISHIMA, Michio: Concerning Internationalization

80.

1989/12/20

TAKEHANA, Seiji: Concerning Development in Southeast Asia

81.

1990/1/20-21

Theme: Japan and Internationalization Seen From the Outside

KAN, S. J.: Japanese Orientalism and Asia

WELFIELD, John: Japan's Internationalization and Japanese Politics

MWANGI, Gordon Silas: An African View of Japan

MATSUSHITA, Marta: Japanese Internationalization Seen From the Outside

KIM, Y. H.: East Asian Industrialization and Japan's Role

82.

1990/3/19

KAWABE, Nobuo: Postwar Japanese General Trading Companies and Management History

ISHII, Osamu: US Human Rights Diplomacy

83.

1990/11/5

MENDELSOHN, Everett: Bioethics and Peace

84.

1991/2/19

UEGAKI, Akira: What Was Romanian Socialism?

85.

1991/3/19

MORI, Yuji: Peace Research Born and Pioneered in Hiroshima

86.

1991/9/26

SATO, Yukio: The Gulf War and UN

87.

1991/11/17

Theme: The Gulf War, The Great Transformation of the USSR and Eastern Europe, and the Direction of Large Scale Nuclear Arms Reduction

YAMADA, Hiroshi: From START I to START II--The Meaning and Development of The US President's Proposal for Nuclear Arms Reduction

HAYASHI, Tadayuki: Social Changes in the USSR and East Europe, and the Arms Reduction

KIMURA, Shuzo: Trends in the Development of Nuclear Weapons in the Third World: Focus on the Arab and Israeli Development of Nuclear Weapons

88.

1992/1/29

OVERBY, Charles: Clause Nine of the Japanese Constitution as a Model for the 21st Century

89.

1992/3/7

TAKAHASHI, Susumu: Nationalist Problems in Italy

90.

1992/10/9

SASABE, Yukitaka: Wer ist Weber?

91.

1992/10/27

KAHK, Juhan: 'To Sing of Revolution' and Estonia's Future

92.

1993/1/21

ITO, Takehiko: A Psychologist's Peace Research: A Country Outside and Inside

93.

1993/2/18

TAKAHASHI, Fumiki: Environmental Destruction and Development in Southeast Asia

94.

1993/2/20

Theme: Consideration of ODA--Asia and Japan in the Future

YOKOYAMA, Masaki: The Limits of ODA and the Activities of NGOs

YAMASHITA, Shoichi: Japanese Aid Policy and the Situation in Southeast Asia

95.

1993/3/15

NISHIZAWA, Nobuyoshi: What is Happening in Asia Now?

96.

1993/6/11

HAMAUZU, Tetsuo: Where Has the Oil Problem Gone?

97.

1993/6/11

COOPER, Carolyn: Peace, Equal Rights, Justice--From the Standpoint of Caribbean Feminism

98.

1994/2/19

NAKAI, Kazuo: Nationalist Problems in the Former Soviet Union

99.

1994/3/11

HAYASHI, Tadayuki: Cooperation in Central Europe

INOUE, Shozo: The Development and Utilization of Human Resources: Based on Case Studies of Japanese Companies Overseas

100.

1994/4/8

DALY, Donald, J: The Recession in Japan

101.

1994/7/16

OBA, Chieko: The Process of the Establishment of the Macedonian Republic in Postwar Yugoslavia

102.

1994/12/16

BEAL, Tim: The Flag Follows Trade: New Zealand's Asia Policy

103.

1995/2/17

FUJITA, Hideo: University Peace Education

104.

1995/3/1

CLOSE, Paul: Supranationalism in the New World Order--The Meaning for Japan

105.

1995/6/16

SUMMY, Ralph: Peace Research in the Asia-Pacific Region

106.

1995/7/7

KANO, Tadao: The US Department of State During the World Crisis and Reciprocal Trade policy--The Paradox of 'World Peace' by 'Economic Prosperity'

107.

1996/3/12

TAKEUCHI, Jozen: Economy and Historical Consciousness

108.

1996/3/21

SUZUKI, Toshimasa: Region-Making Education for Peace--From the Practices of North Ireland

109.

1996/3/27

HOOK, Glenn D.: Europe in the World, Japan in Europe

110.

1996/9/6

CROCOMBE, Ronald: Asia and the South Pacific

111.

1996/9/20

PRASAD MISRA, Kashi: The Non-Aligned Movement and Indian Foreign Policy: Retrospect and Prospect

112.

1997/3/3

KIKUCHI, Tustomu: The Process and Structure of Asia-Pacific Regionalism--Focus on APEC and ARF

113.

1997/3/16

HOOK, Glenn: Regional Cooperation in Asia

114.

1997/10/24

NAKANO, Satoshi: The Philippines and the Postwar Order in the Asia-Pacific

115.

1997/12/20

TAKEDA, Isami: Australian Diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific Region

116.

1998/2/23

TOYOSHITA, Narahiko: The Establishment of the US-Japan Security System

117.

1998/3/4

ISHII, Osamu: US-Japan Relations and the Asia-Pacific--Focus on US Policy in the 1950s

118.

1998/3/16

HIRANO, Kenichiro: Japan and Twentieth Century International Relations--Cultural Universalism and Individualism

119.

1998/7/9

NAKATUSJI, Keiji: Scope of International Political Economy

120.

1998/9/11

HUGHES, Christpher: Japan’s Economic Power and Security: Post-Cold War Japan-North Korean Relations

121

1998/11/17

VANAIK, Achin: Causes and Consequences of India Going Nuclear

122

1999/01/12

Joint Meeting of Faculty of Law, Kyushu Univ. and Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima Univ.

Theme: Asian Crisis

KANEKO, Yuka: Opposition between IMF and Domestic Business Interests in Responses to Asian Crisis

YABUNO, Yuzo: Political Crisis in Asia: Future of Developmental Dictatorship

123

1999/02/22

KIMURA, Hirotsune: Japan-US Security System and Southwast Asia: External Factors in Stability and Development

124

1999/03/20

KIRIYAMA, Noboru: Structural Change of Southeast Asia: Developments after the Foreign Capital Introduction in the 1980s

125

1999/4/28

Joint meeting with Social Dynamics Course of the Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation:

NAKAZONO, Kazuhito: Hong Kong after the Transfer: The Future of‘One Country Two SystemsE/span>

126

1999/7/26

Review Meeting on Hiroshi YAMADA, IPSHU Research Report Series No.26 Nuclear Weapons in the Post-Cold War World and Hiroshima with Special Reference to the View of ‘New Nuclear AbolitionistsE/span>

127

1999/11/24

Akmal HUSSAIN, Nuclear Issues in South Asia: A Bangladeshi Perspective

128

2000/2/3

UMEMOTO, Tetsuya: The CTBT Ratification Process and US Nuclear Policy

129

2000/3/1

KAN, Eiki: The Clinton Administration’s Strategy in Asia

130

2000/3/27

SAWADA, Shinji: Regional Integration, Confidence Building, and Nuclear Nonproliferation: The Case of South America

131

2000/7/3

MOMOSE, Hiroshi: The Problem of War Crimes in Post-War Finland with Special Reference to the War Crimes Tribunal(1945-46)

132

2000/9/13

MURATA, Koji: History and Tasks of the U.S.-Japan Alliance

133

2001/1/18

Security in East Asia and Nuclear Issues surrounding Japan

UMBACH, Frank: Strategic Trends of Global Denuclearization and Nuclearization EImplications for Japan’s Security policies, Regional Stability and the TMD-Debate in East Asia

HUGHES, Christopher: Ballistic Missile Defence and Sino-Japanese Relations:The Impact on Arms Control in East Asia

MURATA, Koji (Discussant)

134

2001/2/9

(joint seminar with 65th IDEC Asia Seminar)

SATAKE, Masaaki Filipino-Japanese Intermarriages in JapanSocial, Cultural Analysis of Expectation, Contradictions, and Transformation

135

2001/3/24

Conflict, Humanitarian Law, and Peace-building

FUJITA,Hisakazu :The Tasks of the International Criminal Court

YAMASHITA,Yasuhiro :The Protection of Children in Armed Conflicts

HASEGAWA,Yasuhiro :Peace-building after Conflicts: The Roles and the Tasks of the United Nations in Complex Emergencies

136

2001/7/14

SHINODA, Hideaki: ‘The Rule of LawEApproach in International Peace Operations

137

2001/9/14

 

SHNIRELMAN, Victor A. : Ideology of Ethnic Feud: Myths of the Past, Religion and Demography as Instigators of the Georgian-Abkhazian Conflict

138

2001/10/17

 

MIYAWAKI, Noboru: Human Security, Human Rights, Democracy, and Conflict Prevention: The Case of Beralus

139

2001/11/2

YOKOHATA, Yasushi: Territorial Disputes and the Protection of Wild Lives: The Case of Goats in Spratly Islands

140

2001/12/12

Glen D. Hook: Regionalism in Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives

141

2002/3/14

TAKAYANAGI, Akio: “OwnershipEand “PartnershipEin Developmental Aid: The Context of NGOs

142

2002/9/27

Paul Meyer: Canada and the G8: New Challenges in Arms Control and Disarmament

143

2002/10/19

Vincent Hoffmann-Martinot: “New Politics and Changing Parties: A Comparative PerspectiveEo:p>

144

2002/11/13

Gunnar Garbo: “Global Management through Rule of Law or through Power Politics?Espan style='mso-bidi-font-weight:bold'>

145

2002/12/20

HIRAKI, Takayuki: Bio-globalism and Human Security: Market, the Principle of Prevention, and Commons

146

2002/2/1

KATSUMA, Yasushi and MIAKE Takashi: “Peace-building and Basic EducationEspan style='mso-bidi-font-weight:bold'>

147

2003/2/21

HAMAUZU, Tetsuo: The Issue of Oil in the 21st Century

148

2003/3/3

OGAWA, Hideki: Ethnic Conflicts and Peace from the Perspective of Building of Political Institutions

149

2003/9/16

IIJIMA, Shozo: Leo Strauss and Conservatism: Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy

150

2003/10/31

SATOH, Ken: Vegetation in the Four Northern Islands

151

2003/11/6

SHAW, Martin: War and Genocide

152

2003/12/17

ZHUMADILOV, Zhaxybay: Health Effects of Radiation Associated with Nuclear Weapons Testing at the Semipalatinsk Test Site

153

2004/2/3

AKIMICHI, Tomoya: Fishery Conflict and Eco-politics with Special Reference to the Cases of Okinawa and South East Asia

154

2004/2/27

INOUE, Kenji: Old Russia and New Russia: The Views on USSR and Russia in Japanese media

155

2004/3/17

TAKEMINE, Seiichiro: Collection and Analysis of Sufferings of Radiation: The Case of Marshall Islands

156

2004/7/16

PLACHTER, Harald: Current Political Issues of Nature Protected Areas

157

2005/1/28

IMAOKA, Yoshiko: Mongolian NomadsEUse of Natural Resources: From the Perspective of Conflict Prevention as regards Natural Resources

158

2005/2/24

SZELL, György: Environmental Conflicts as a New Dimension of Peace Research

159

2005/6/17

NAKAGOSHI, Nobukazu: Management of Views around DMZ (demilitarized zone): A Report on the Trip to South Korea

160

2005/7/1

MURAI, Yoshitaka: Conflict and Development in Ache: Earthquake, Tsunami, and International Assistance

161

2005/12/10

 

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2006/5/9

KUZNEVANOV,  Victor: Botanic Garden Resources: Linking  Biodiversity  and Human Well-being

163

2006/4/12

ODINTSOV,  Sergey: Higher Education in West  Siberia

164

2006/7/13

MILANESE, Juan Pablo: Peaceful Nuclear Energy Cooperation and Its incidence in the  Integration of the American Southern Cone

165

2006/7/28

BOEHM , Nike: Hope rises from the Ashes of My Lai: The Madison Quakers Projects in Vietnam

166  

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MOLLOY, Desmond : DDR in the Context of Peace-building: Challenge and Limitation in the Cases of Sierra Leone and Haiti

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2007/7/11

 

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2007/12/12

 

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2010/5/14

SUGIONO, Muhadi : Conflicts and Peacebilding Initiatives in Indonesia

 

Internationalization and Peace in the South Pacific

NABALAUA, Eci : Internationalization of the University of the South Pacific

HUFFER, Elise : Issues of Peace in the South Pacific

HALPIN, EddieHarmony and Exclusion in Turbulent Times: The Politics of Security As If People Mattered

Mutasim Abu Legasim Abbas AlteganiDarfur Problem and International NGO Works

KITAZAWA, Yoko: Neo-Liberal Globalization VS Solidarity-Based Economy

POGATSCHNIGG , Gustav-AdolfHiroshima in European and Japanese Literature

ROUVINSKI, Vladimir : Internal Conflict in Colombia: Perceptions, Realities, and the Peace-Building Process

SHINKAREV,Sergie: Radiation Expose to the Population Following Chernobyl Accident and Semipalatink Nuclear Testing

Japan-Korea Peace Studies Seminar

Kim Jin-Ho: The Dilemma of Juju Islanders Militarization or Demilitarization for the Third Way as the Conflict-resolution

Kang Kyeong-Hee: Militarization and Peace in South America : Focusing on the “Plan ColombiaE/span>

TAKADA, Yoko: The Peoples Among the 20th Century Mekong Delta Cultivation

Tarja Väyrynen:The Role of Silence in Post-Conflict Peacebuilding

Diana Petkova: National Identity in the Process of Globalization

Nobutaka Miyahara, Miwa Kato, Masaki Kudo, Fukuro Kakizawa:

"Current Challenges for Peacebuilding in Afghanistan"

Kazuko Mouri : Approaches Toward Modern Chinese Diplomacy

Robert McMahon: The 1971 IndiaPakistan War and US Foreign Policy

Yakov M Rabkin: The Zionist Revolution and Modern Jewish Identities

Seiro Ito : Health insurance in rural India : Strategies to assess people’s perceptions

 

 

 

Mika Inoue : UN Peacekeeping Operetions and the Responsibility to Protect

 

 

              

 

 

 

 

 

 

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