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Speaker 1："Cultural Values and Political Systems: Japan, U.S. and Mexico"
Miguel E. Basanez (Adjunct Professor, Fletcher School, Tufts University)
Speaker 2："Multiple Modes of Well-Being in Asia"
Takashi Inoguchi (President, University of Niigata Prefecture)
Speaker 3："A View from Mexico toward U.S."
Shinji Yamasaki (Professor, Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University)
Moderator：Julio Toy (Director/Senior Advisor to the President, Center for Global Affairs, Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon)
Date：Friday, May 31, 2013
Time: 15:00 - 17:45
Venue：Multipurpose Lecture Room, Okuma Memorial Tower (Bldg.#26), Waseda University
Professor of Japanese Politics, University of California, San Diego
What’s Wrong with Japan? …It’s the Politics!
May 15 (Wed), 12:00-14:00
Building #1, R401 (4th floor)
※Deadline for Registration
・May 10 2013 (Friday)
Christopher William Hughes
Professor, International Politics and Japanese Studies, Head of Department, Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick
"China's rise: Japanese, Korean and Taiwan military responses compared and implications for the US 'rebalancing' towards the Asia-Pacific"
- Institute of Japan-US Studies
- Waseda Institute for American Politics and Economics
- Waseda Institute for Global Governance
- Center for the Study of International Cooperation in Education
- Center for Experimental Management
- Security Policy Research Group
- Research on International Agro-Food Frameworks and Negotiations