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3月16−17、19日に、「世界戦争100年と、戦後の地域共同、新国際秩序の模索―ヨーロッパとアジア」と題する国際会議が日本学術会議、青山学院大学、京都大学の3者のコラボレーションで開かれます。EU関連の報告がいくつもございますので、お知らせいたします。最初のキーノートに、国連大学の学長、David Malone学長が、「グローバル時代の国連の役割と新国際秩序」について講演されます。2日目のキーノートは、「大英帝国の衰退とBREXIT」を木畑洋一先生、「一帯一路と中国の世界戦略」を、華人教授会元代表の杜進先生にお願いしています。2020年8月の、ポーランドでの国際歴史学会・世界国際関係史学会の前哨戦ともなるものです。ぜひふるってご参加ください。セッションも、1.地域統合、2.第1次大戦と戦間期、3.脱植民地とグローバルサウス、4.5.いかなる新国際秩序を作るのか?経済編、政治編、など非常にポレミークなセッションと優れた研究者陣が並んでいます。意識的に若手参加のセッションも設けていますので、院生の方々も是非ご参加、発言いただければ幸いです。(TBA)はまだ未定のものです。

100 years of World Wars and Post-War Regional Collaboration and Governance in Europe and Asia:

How to Make a New World Order?


  • March 16-17, 2020, Tokyo
  • March 19, 2020. Kyoto
  • March 16: March 16:12 floor, Soken Bldg. Aoyama Gakuin University, Omotesando, Tokyo
  • March 17: Auditorium, SCJ(Science Council of Japan), Nogizaka ,Tokyo
  • March 19: KIER Economic Institute, Kyoto University、Kyoto

March 16th:

12 floor, Soken Bldg. Aoyama Gakuin University, Omotesando, Tokyo

10:00 –


(10:20-10:30)  Opening Remarks, and Welcome Speech


Opening Remarks and Chair:  Kumiko Haba (Professor, Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo)


Welcome Speech: Professor Hiroshi Sakamoto (President of Aoyama Gakuin University) (TBA)

(10:30-11:30) Key Note Speech

Chair Kumiko Haba (Professor, Aoyama Gakuin University)


David M. Malone (Rector of the United Nations University (UNU) and Under-Secretary-General of the UN)

“The UN’s Role within the Wider System of International Organizations?”


Glen S. Fukushima (Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress)

 “America’s Role in the New Global Order”

11:30-11:50  Photography

11:50-12:50 Lunch

I. After World War I and Interwar period(12:50-14:20)

Chair: Ken Ishida(Professor of Chiba University)

Dumitru Preda (Ambassador, and Professor, Board Member and Treasurer of ICHIR, Romania)

“Evolutions and Challenges on the World Geo-political Map in the last Century 1920-2020. A Romanian point of view”

Valdo Ferretti (Professor, University of Rome, Italy)

“Disarmament and equilibrium between two world wars ( 1919-1939)”


“The security of South-East Europe in the first inter-war decade.

“Greater Romania” between conflicting neighborhoods and regional alliances”

Akiko Iimori (Research Fellow, Waseda University, Tokyo)

“Shibusawa Eiichi‘s Support for the International Society through the League of Nations Association of Japan”

Discussion (30 minutes)

II. Regional Collaboration in Europe and Asia (14:20-15:50)

Chair, Yoichiro Usui (Niigata University of International and Information Studies)

Motoko Shuto (Emeritus Professor, Tsukuba University, Tokyo)

“ASEAN’s  Governance of Labor Migration: Progress of Institutionalization and Challenges”

Soavapa NGAMPRAMUAN (Associate Professor of Ramkhamhaeng University. Thailand)

“Comparative sub-regional development between the European Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) and the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS)”

Akanksha Singh (PhD, Hawaharlal Nehru University, India)

“Demand of Regional Cooperation in New World Order: Case Study of France and Germany towards EU Formation focusing on Energy Security”

Shixin DU (PhD, Aoyama Gakuin University, China)

“The Belt and Road Initiative and China-Eastern European Relations: How Far the `New Type of International Relations` can achieve”

Discussion (30minutes)

Coffee Break(15:50-16:10)

March 17th

10:00- Registration

10:30  Opening Speech:

Mizobata Satoshi  (SCJ member, Professor, Kyoto University, Economic Institute, Kyoto)

10:40   Explanation of Aim of Conference:

Kumiko Haba (SCJ associate member, Professor, Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo)


Chair  Kumiko Haba (SCJ associate member, Aoyama Gakuin )

Key Note Speech (11:00-12:00)


Yoichi Kibata (Emeritus Professor of University of Tokyo, Tokyo)

“Afterimage of the Empire?--A Background of Brexit”


Jin Du (Professor, Takushoku University, Former President of Chinese Professor Association, China)

“Belt and Road Initiative and Chinese Role in Asia and the World”

12:00-13:00  Lunch

I.    After Wars 100 years:How to make good governance and New World Order: Economics (13:00-14:30)

Chair:Yukinobu Kitamura (SCJ member, Professor, Institute of Economics, Chair of Economic Committee, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo)

Steven Rosefielde (Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA)and Bruno Dallago(Professor, Trento University, Italy),

“New Principles for a Better EU”

Bruno Dallago (Professor, Trento University, Italy)

“The Belt and Road Initiative between China and the EU”

Olga Bobrova (Professor, St. Petersburg State University of Economics, Russia)

Professional Associations’ contribution into a New World Order formation—Case of Russia

Svetlana Snezhko (PhD, senior compliance manager at JSC VimpelCom, Moscow)

“Development and Promotion of Ethics in Business world

Discussion: Chair Yukinobu Kitamura (Professor, Hitotsubashi University)

14:30-15:00   Coffee Break

II.    How to make Good Governance and New World Order: Politics (15:00-16:30)

Char: Masaaki Gabe ( SCJ associate member, Professor, Ryukyu University, Okinawa)

Kumiko Haba (SCJ associate member, Professor, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan)

“The United States’ different thought of “New World Order” in Postwar Period between European and Asian Strategies”

J. Patrick Boyd (Associate Professor, Aoyama Gakuin University, USA)

“‘I’m a Nationalist’: American Nationalism and Grand Strategy in the Age of Trump”

Chris G. Pope (Professor, Kyoto Women’s University, Kyoto)

“Global System Collapse and a New Post-Recession Settlement?”

Pardeep Singh Chauhan(Associate Professor, Kurukshetra University, CSSR, India)

“Do SAARC and BIMSTEC lead the World?  —Regional Collaboration in South Asia”

Discussion: Chair Masaaki Gabe(SCJ associate member, Professor, Ryukyu University, Okinawa)

16:30-17:00   General Discussion

17:00-17:10  Closing Remarks
17:10 Closing

March 19  Kyoto Conference:

Venue: Institute of Economics, Kyoto University

Title:  Integration vs. Disintegration under Globalization

(Program will be prepared by Professor Mizobata, Director of Institute of Economics, Kyoto University)

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