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[NEWS] Peace Mission Leadership (31st December 2012)

 The world-wide Academic Council on the UN System (ACUNS) has just published Professor Hasegawa’s article entitled “Peace Mission Leadership: Achieving Unity of Efforts” in its newsletter issue No.4, 2012. In this article, Professor Hasegawa points out the importance of situational leadership that forges the relationship of trust and confidence and enhances the commitment of national leaders to communal and national interest.

[NEWS] Actress Norika Fujiwara Congratulates President Ramos-Horta (29th November 2012)

 At the end of the ceremony on 29th November 2012, Actress Norika Fujiwara congratulated former President Ramos-Horta on his having received an honorary doctorate degree in Law from Hosei University. Ms. Fujiwara has visited Timor-Leste twice and became a good friend of former President Ramos-Horta. In spite of her busy filming engagements, she came to Hosei University to meet with the former President. She also showed some photos she had taken during her stay in Timor-Leste. (Shogo Yoshida)

[NEWS] Hosei University Grants Honorary Doctorate to the President José Ramos-Horta (29th Nov 2012)

 On 29th November 2012, Hosei University President Toshio Masuda granted an honorary doctorate in law to the former President José Ramos-Horta of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste. Mr. Masuda recognized José Ramos-Horta’s contributions to achieving independence and political stability after independence. The certificate of the honorary doctorate degree was read by Vice President Akira Tokuyasu of Hosei University. Mr. Satsuki Eda, the former Minister of Justice, Mr. Kishiro Tanabe, Lieutenant General and Vice President of the National Defense Academy, and Mr. Toshio Yamamoto, Director of the Second Southeast Asia Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, made congratulatory remarks to President José Ramos-Horta for having received the honorary doctorate in law from Hosei University. During the discussion session that followed President Ramos-Horta’s memorial speech, Mr. Shogo Yoshida asked for the President’s view on the nationalistic policy advanced by some political parties. The President advised about the tendency to take a strong position by politicians during the electoral campaigning but a more cautious approach they take once they form a government. In his concluding remarks, Professor Yuji Suzuki noted the significance of contributions made by former President José Ramos-Horta in conflict resolution and management. After the ceremony was completed, actress Ms. Norika Fujiwara presented a bouquet of flowers and opened explained photographs that had taken in Timor-Leste that we exhibited in the hall way. (Yasuki Uchiyama)

[NEWS] Former President Ramos-Horta Calls Upon Japan, China and Korea (28th Nov 2012)

 In his U Thant Distinguished lecture delivered at the UN University in Tokyo on 28 November, Former President Ramos-Horta of Timor-Leste called upon Japan, China and Korea to rise above their differences on what happened in the past and territorial issues. Noting that the maritime territorial issues tended to divide countries, he proposed an establishment of a joint development area and sharing of the benefit of exploitation of maritime natural resources. He also proposed that the countries of Asia form a cooperative association or union as European countries have established the European Union and African countries, the African Union. Professor Sukehiro Hasegawa of Hosei University commented on two of the points made by Former President Ramos-Horta relating to the need for strengthening the national and local capacity for governance and the relationship among truth, justice, reconciliation and peace. Several participants then made comments and raised questions. The meeting lasted half an hour longer than planned. On 30 November, President Ramos-Horta also made a courtesy call on Vice Rector Kazuhiko Takeuchi of the UN University and received an explanation from the Vice Rector about the roles and activities of the University. (Shogo Yoshida)

[NEWS] Hosei University Department of Global Politics Joint Seminar: Study-Tour Report Programme (21th Oct 2012)

  On 21 November 2012, Hosei University Department of Global Politics Joint Seminar Study-Tour Report Programme was held at Hosei University. Mr. Hiroaki Suzuki, the head of Suzuki Seminar class, delivered opening remarks.
The programme started from Hasegawa seminar’s three presentations, “Sustainable Development of Myanmar”, “the way to EU -Possibilities of OHR’s withdrawal-” and “the roles of non-formal Education in Bangladesh with the view of International Organizations”.
  Next, Suzuki seminar class students presented “the prospects of Myanmar’s democratization”. They had raised their own 7 questions towards Myanmar’s democratization before the tour. Along with the organizations they had visited, they shared four points, reconciliation of ethnic minorities issues, economic development, democratization and political stabilization and consciences of citizens whom they had met in Yangon toward their future. Finally one seminar student pointed out that international community kept watching Myanmar’s own process of democratization not to impose on the Western way.
  Finally, Goto seminar students gave a presentation ”Japan’s way of dealing with Rising Asian Countries -from the view of International development cooperation with the 60th Anniversary of Japan-India Diplomatic Relations-”. They started it with the tour highlight movie. In explaining the main theme, Ms. Ryoko Arai, the head of Goto Seminar class, noted that for sustainable India’s development wide variety actors are co-working and, Japan and rising Asian courtiers should be mutual complement partners. Finally all of Goto seminar students stated their dreams in international development cooperation fields energetically.
  Presenters received many of critical comments and informative opinions from Guest commentators. Professor Kazumi Goto noted that this event should be held every year as one of the main events at Department of Global Politics. With Mr. Yasuki Uchiyama’s closing remarks, this Joint seminar Study-tour report programme was warmly ended.

Comments from Guest Commentators:
・ They should have included their own comments and opinions from their experiences and also things they could have not understood throughout each tour.
・ The time the boost of Asian economy is slowing down, what do you think that Myanmar should pursue 7% economic development as rapid growth or 5% of it.
・ Which neighboring countries have been affected by Myanmar’s high growth?
・ The purpose of this programme should be shared to all participants.
(Yuki Shouzui)

[NEWS] Professor Hasegawa Speaks to Japanese Defense Personnel (1st Oct 2012)

On 1st October 2012, Professor Hasegawa made a presentation on the major organizations of the UN and peacekeeping operations to the Japan Self-Defense Forces personnel at the National Olympic Park Center. In the first part of his presentation, Professor Hasegawa explained about five roles of major international organizations. In the second part he indicated four “generations” of changes that took place in the UN peacekeeping operations.The third part dealt with the role and authority of the Security Council and the enforcement process of mandates. In the fourth and fifth parts he spoke about his activities on the location and the lessons he had learned from his various experiences such as the Special Representative of the UN Secretary General (SRSG) in Timor-Leste. (Yui Narikawa)

[NEWS] Fifteen Timorese Students Interacted with the Hasegawa Seminar Students (28th June 2012)

 On 28th June 2012, the fifteen Timorese students visited the Hosei University and the Hasegawa seminar students welcomed them. Upon arrival of the Timorese students at Hosei University, five Hasegawa seminar students guided them around the Ichigaya campus. After the campus tour, the Hasegawa seminar students numbering sixteen and the Timorese students had an informative discussion following opening remarks made by H.E. Mr. Isilio Antonio de Fatima Coelho da Silva, Ambassador of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste to Japan and Professor Hasegawa. Finally, both Timorese and Hosei students exchanged their views and built their friendship over informal dinner. (Sayuri Maruyama)

[NEWS] Professor Hasegawa Appointed Member of ACUNS Board of Directors

 As former graduate student of Professor Hasegawa, I am pleased to inform you that he has been appointed as a member of the Board of Diectors of the Academic Council on United Nations System (ACUNS) for a period of three years. Please see the ACUNS website http://acuns.org/acuns-board-of-directors/ about other members of the Board and ACUNS activities. (Asami Ikeda)

[NEWS] Timor-Leste Celebrates 10 Years of Independence (20th May 2012)

 The tenth anniversary independence celebrations and the inauguration of new President Taur Matan Ruak in Timor-Leste held on 19and 20 May 2012. Former Special Representative of the Secretary-General, Professor Sukehiro Hasegawa of Hosei University, participated in the events and met with leaders of Timorese society and also United Nations officials. (Ken Inoue, Director and Chief Governance Advisor Democratic Governance Support Unit, United Nations Integrated Mission inTimor-Leste)

[NEWS] Peacekeeping Training Held in Yaoundé, Cameroon (25th March 2012)

 With the financial support of Japan, the Ecole Internationale des Forces de Securité (EIFORCES) of the Government of Cameroon organized a peacekeeping training course from 19 to 30 March 2012 at the Palais des Congress in Yaoundé, Cameroon. The peacekeeping seminar was formally opened in the presence of Cameroonese Secretary of State in charge of Gendarmerie Jean-Baptiste Bokam, Japanese Ambassador Tsutomu Arai and American Deputy Chief of Mission Lisa Peterson. General Mohammadou Hamadicko of Cameroon, in his capacity as Director of EIFORCES, oversaw the content of the course and suitability to the African context of peacekeeping operations. The team of trainers from Japan, Professor Sukehiro Hasegawa and UN International Mediator Ms. Michiko Kuroda was joined by Mr. Saif Malik of the United Nations Mission in Darfur and Mr. Hillel Loew, Peacekeeping Analyst. [……]

[NEWS] 10th Anniversary of the Restoration of Independence of Timor-Leste and Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Timor-Leste and Japan (9th March 2012)

 On 9th March 2012, Timorese Ambassador Coelho hosted a reception at the Hotel New Otani in Tokyo to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the restoration of independence of Timor-Leste and the 10th anniversary of the official establishment of the diplomatic relations between Timor-Leste and Japan. Foreign Minister Zacarias Albano da Costa spoke about the stable situation in his country and the friendly relationship between Timor-Leste and Japan. He expressed his appreciation of support extended by Japan. Mr. Joe Nakano, Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs, thanked all Timorese people for giving aid to Japan when the earthquake occurred to Japan a year ago. The amount was large in relation to the size of Timorese population. Mr. Satsuki Eda and Mr. Tsurunen Marutei, members of House of Councilor and former and current President of the Timor-Leste Japan Parliamentary Friendship League also spoke warmly Timor-Leste. The reception was attended by more than 300 people including sixteen students of the Hasegawa seminar who had visited Timor-Leste participated in the celebration. Two of were dressed in Kimonos. (Aimi Ezawa)

[NEWS] Farewell and Welcome Dinner for Graduate (6th March 2012)

 Ms. Nadia Wang from Taiwan graduated successfully with a Master’s degree in political science. She wrote her master’s degree thesis entitled, “Climate Change, Global Justice and Democracy: the Post-Kyoto Dilemma”. Mr. Umid Makhmudov from Uzbekistan was admitted to the Hosei Graduate School from April 2012. On Tuesday, March 6th, Professor Hasegawa hosted a dinner for Nadia and Umid. Other graduate school participants were Ms. Gunji, Mr. Nakamura and Mr. Toriumi, Ms. Ikeda (graduated in2010) and Ms. Asano (2011) also joined in the dinner party. Mr. Nakamura and Ms. Gunji will study in the United Kingdom from September 2012 for one year. Professor Hasegawa wished all of them well in their studies and good health. (Masumi Asano)

[NEWS] Five of the Hasegawa Seminar students attended the Symposium on the Career Development in the Field of Peacebuilding (27th February 2012)

 On 27th February 2012, commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, the Hiroshima Peacebuilders Center held the 5th anniversary of the “Program for Human Resource Development in Asia for Peacebuilding” at the JICA Global Plaza, Tokyo. Five of the Hasegawa Seminar Class, Yusuke Noda, Lena Kondo, Shogo Yoshida, Keiki Takemasa and Akiho Terauchi, took part in this symposium. In the first session, Professor Hasegawa introduced Ms. Judy Cheng-Hopkins, Assistant Secretary-General for Peacebuilding Support Office in the United Nations Secretariat, who delivered a keynote address on United Nations and Peacebuilding. Five panelists, Ms. Michiru Tamanai, Ms. Kaoruko Seki, Mr. Toshihiro Nakamura, Ms. Hiroko Miyamura and Mr. Patrice Chiwota, made insightful comments on the career development in the field of UN Peacebuilding and the outcome of the Hiroshima Peacebuilders Center (HPC) Program. In the second session, three HPC training program graduates told their experiences in various parts of the world working as staff of UN agencies, funds and programmes. Finally, in the panel discussion, Professor Hasegawa proposed the way to continue and to improve the Hiroshima Peacebuilding Training Program which he found was making a significant contribution. He also emphasized the peacebuilders should firmly put their hopes to the leaders and people of the post-conflict countries that they could rebuild their countries by themselves in a self-reliant manner. (Akiho Terauchi)

[NEWS] 防衛省主催「第2回 国際平和協力基礎講習」 -国連平和活動の動向と課題- (2012年1月30日)

 On January 30, 2012, Professor Hasegawa delivered a three-hour lecture on the theme of “The Challenges of UN Peace Operations” during the second session of the Basic Training Course on International peace Cooperation held at the Ministry of Defense in Tokyo. At this lecture, 44 members of the Japan Self-defense Forces attended the lecture. One third of the participants had been engaged in peacekeeping operations. Professor Hasegawa explained about the transformation of UN PKO operations over the last sixty years and the challenges posed on the United Nations peacekeepers in terms of carrying out their mandates and in protecting civilians. He referred to cases of severe human rights violations and genocides that occurred in Somalia, Rwanda, and Bosnia. During the second part of his lecture, he explained the system of UN Security Council and the process of establishing peace missions and the efforts made to achieve integration of civilian, police and military components as well as coordination between humanitarian and security activities. At the end of the lecture, Professor Hasegawa emphasized the need for peacekeepers to understand fully the mentality and mindsets of national leaders and local people. And also, as former Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General, Professor Hasegawa mentioned that contributions Japan and Japan Self-Defense Forces had been making in assisting post-conflict countries to carry out the rehabilitation of their communities and infrastructure facilities. Following his lecture, Professor Hasegawa responded to several questions asked by the participants. (Eri Iijima)

[NEWS] 訪日中のジョゼ・ラモス=ホルタ大統領、長谷川教授とゼミ生と懇談 (2012年1月20日)

 On 20th January 2012, Professor Hasegawa and six Hosei students met President José Ramos-Horta of Timor-Leste at Imperial Hotel in Tokyo. Professor Hasegawa and President Ramos-Horta had a private dinner and talked about the current political and economic situation in Timor-Leste. Afterwards, the students met the President, and Miss Maruyama presented a bouquet of flowers to the President who kindly accepted taking memorial photos with the students. The students also had an opportunity to talk to the Timorese ambassador, His Excellency Mr. Isilio Antonio de Fatima Coelho da Silva. (Yusuke Noda)

[NEWS] 内閣府主催 第三回国際平和協力シンポジウム(2012年1月19日)

 On January 19th 2012, the Third International Peace Cooperation Symposium was held in the Elizabeth Rose Hall of the United Nation University. Following Mr. Koji Haneda’s opening address, Mr. Yasushi Akashi delivered a keynote lecture “The reminiscence about Japan’s 20 years of participation in United Nation peacekeeping operations”. Professor Hasegawa made a presentation on “The role and qualifications of the senior staff of UN peacekeeping missions”. (Yusuke Noda)

[NEWS]新年明けましておめでとうございます

 新年あけましておめでとうございます。年頭にあたり一言ご挨拶申し上げます。今年が長谷川ゼミにとっても集大成の年となります。これまで以上に気持ちを引き締めてゼミ生全体で切磋琢磨し取組んで行きましょう。1月10日に皆さんにお会いできること心よりお待ちしております! 今年もよろしくお願いします。 2012年元日 長谷川祐弘研究室ゼミ長 平林聡一朗

[NEWS] UN Associations Meeting Discusses Regional Governance

 On 16th and 17th December 2011, Scholars of Japan, China and South Korea met at Osaka University and discussed globalization and regional governance in East Asia. The consultation meeting was attended by about 25 scholars from the UN academic associations of Japan, China and Korea. Professor Alistair Edgar, Executive Director of the Academic Council of the UN System (ACUNS) also participated in the event. Among the other scholars, Professor Hasegawa presented his paper on the challenges and opportunities for constructing a post-Westphalia world in East Asia and regional governance at the crossroads with national and global governance.

[NEWS]2011年11月14日 長谷川教授、民主党の内閣・外務・防衛合同部門会議にて日本の国際平和活動貢献案を提案

 At the invitation of the chair of a meeting of the combined foreign and defense study groups of the Democratic Party of Japan, Professor Hasegawa attended its meeting on 14 November 2011 held at a conference room of the House of Representatives building at Nagatacho, Tokyo, and presented his views of what Japan can do to contribute effectively to enhance United Nations peace keeping operations. (Yusuke Noda)

11月14日(月)に衆議院議員会館で開かれた民主党による内閣・外務・防衛合同部門会議「PKOに係る勉強会」にて長谷川教授が「日本に求められる国際貢献とは何か」と題した講義を行いました。長谷川教授は37年に渡る国連での経験を基に、法改正における基本的な概念、国連平和活動での概念を説明したのち、国際平和活動における日本の貢献案を提案されました。講義後には、議員の方々との活発な質疑応答が行われました。(近藤れな)

[NEWS] Evolution of UN Peacekeeping Doctrines

 At the invitation of Mr. Vesselin Popovski, Director of Peace and Governance Programme of the United Nations University, Professor Hasegawa spoke to a group of about 20 graduate students for two hours on 20 October 2011. The students were from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and New Zealand. Half of them were studying for masters degrees, while the rest pursued a six week international course. Upon completion of Professor Hasegawa’s discourse, the students asked many questions and engaged in a lively discussion on how the doctrines, policies and practices of UN peacekeeping operations changed over the past two decades since the end of the Cold War.

[NEWS] 防衛省主催 「国際平和協力基礎講習」

 10月3日、防衛省・国際平和協力センター主催の「国際平和協力基礎講習」が初めて開催され、長谷川祐弘 法政大学教授が、元国連事務総長特別代表の視点から、「国連平和維持活動の変遷と自衛隊の役割」に関する講義を約2時間にわたって行った。この講習は、国際平和協力活動が防衛省・自衛隊本来の任務化されたことを受け、陸海空自衛隊の幹部自衛官にとって必要な国際平和協力活動に係る基礎知識を普及するすることを目的としており、防衛省・統合幕僚学校(学校長:陸将 林 一也、副校長:海将補 中西正人)の下部組織である国際平和協力センターとして初めての教育事業である。今回の講習の課程主任は同センターの教育研究室長(1等海佐 林秀樹)であり、受講生は内局・統合幕僚監部4名、陸上自衛隊19名、海上自衛隊12名、航空自衛隊13名の計48名であり、約3割にあたる15名が、国連平和維持活動、国際緊急援助活動、海賊対処活動等の経験者であった。受講生は総員、元国連事務総長特別代表の長谷川教授から直接学ぶ機会を持ち、大変有意義であったとの所見であった。法政大学からは、長谷川ゼミ長の平林聡一朗と副ゼミ長の丸山小百合が同行した。       (丸山小百合)

[NEWS] 増田総長が長谷川ゼミ生と懇談

 10月5日に法政大学ボアソナードタワーで第4回国際コロキアム東京2011が開催され、「再建と復興を目指して」と題して活発な討論が行われた。長谷川ゼミ生はこの会議の運営の支援にあたった。会議の後、長谷川ゼミ生は増田壽男法政大学総長と懇談する機会があった。バルカン諸国への研修旅行を企画・施行した近藤れなが、増田総長に各々の国の状況を説明した。また増田総長より、長谷川ゼミ生に向けて、聞き上手・話し上手になる為の心得や大学生活などについて、貴重なアドバイスを頂いた。(吉田翔悟)

[NEWS] 日米共催「平和維持活動幹部職員養成コース」GPOI Senior Mission Leadership Training Course

 As part of the Global Peace Operations Initiatives (GPOI), Japan and the United States co-organized its second Senior Mission Leadership (SML) training program for two weeks from September 5 to 16 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan in Kasumigaseki, Tokyo. The training course was conducted by Gen. Patrick Commart of the Netherlands and Professor Sukehiro Hasegawa as senior mentors along with General Agwai of Nigeria and Former Minister Elisabeth Rehn of Finnland. Among participants were Mr. Uramoto, Deputy Director General of UNIDO, Ms Futamura, WFP Representative in India, Mr. Kondo, UNDP Country Director in Chad, Ms. Ikegame, Chief for Africa Coordination Office at UN Headquarters, Ms Yanagisawa, Director of JICA and Mr. Nawatame of the Minstry of Defense of Japan.

【NEWS】Welcome Party for New Timorese Ambassador Coelho da Silva

On 14 June 2011, the Hasegawa seminar held a welcome party for H.E. Mr. Isilio Antonio de Fatima Coelho da Silva Ambassador Plenipotentiary and Extraordinary Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste and Mr. Tadeu Marcelino Soares Third Secretary at The South Lounge 26th Floor of The Boissonade Tower Hosei University Ichigaya Campus. (Aimi Ezawa)

【NEWS】福島原発問題は地球規模課題として日本が提唱して国際社会で主体的に対応すべき

法政大学の長谷川祐弘教授は、4月1日に八王子の大学セミナーハウスで、日本政府が福島原発問題を地球規模問題として、自ら主体的に国際社会に向かって問題提議して、国際緊急対策本部と国際緊急情報分析開示センターを設立するのが良いと述べられた。」(野田悠将、三須純スウネ)

【NEWS】Responsibility To Share~our responsibility to share information and knowledge regarding Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant with international society~

On March 26, Professor Sukehiro Hasegawa, Ms. Akari Kano, and eight students from the Hasegawa seminar class discussed the implications of Japan’s massive earthquake and nuclear power plant issue. Professor Hasegawa and Ms. Kano emphasized that Japanese leaders needed to realize how important for Japan act as a global leader on handling the nuclear power issue.(Keisuke Nagashima, Jun Sune Misu)

【NEWS】2011.03.13 Hosei High School Students Start Special English Lessons

On March 13, six female students of the Hosei Second High School started their special English language class in prepration for their interviews by Kent. The Hasegawa seminar students who assisted in conducting class are Mr. Akira Nakamura, Ms Aoi Yokoda, Ms. Mika Kato and Mr. Hayato Takeuchi.

【NEWS】2011.02.19 Hiroshima Peacebuilders Visit Edajima Maritime Defense Academy

Professor Hasegawa and 30 trainees of the Hiroshima Peacebuilders from 16 countries visited Yamato Museum at the port city of Kure outside of Hiroshima and also the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Naval Academy in Edajima on February 19, 2011.

【NEWS】Professor Hasegawa Speaks to Hiroshima Peacebuilders

Professor Hasegawa spoke to a group of trainees attending the peacebuilding training program held in Hiroshima. Organized by the HIroshima Peacebuilders with funds provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the training course had 30 trainees from several countries including China.

【NEWS】Timorese Minister Emilia Pires Presents “Accomplishments and Challenges of a Post-Conflict Country”

On Tuesday 15 February 2011, Minister of Finance of Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste Emilia Pires made a comprehensive presentation on “Accomplishments and Challenges of a Post-Conflict Country” at a seminar organized by the Institute of Sustainability and Peace of the United Nations University in Tokyo. She spoke about tangible achievements made and the need for further progress in the post-conflict peacebuilding taking place in Timor-Leste. (Hayato Takeuchi)

【NEWS】2011.1.27. UNU Interactive Seminar on Global Issues ~The Dark Side of Globalization

At the UNU Interactive Seminar on Global Issues, Professor Ramesh Thakur of the University of Waterloo introduced a new book entitled The Dark Side of Globalization published by the United Nations University Press. Professor Sukehiro Hasegawa participated in the book review meeting as discussant. Introduction was made by Mr. Vesselin Popovski, the Senior Academic Programme Officer of UNU. (Jun Sune Misu)

【NEWS】Hiroshima Civilian Peacebuilders Training

Professor Hasegawa delivered lectures to 20 trainees at a training seminars organized by the Hiroshima Peacebuilders. The training seminar was funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Professor Hasegawa explained the integrated peacebuilding mission approach as well as the leadership roles and competencies required of the Special Representatives of the Secretary-General and Resident Coordinators of the UN system in post-conflict countries.

【NEWS】Timorese Parliamentarians Meet Japanese Counterparts and Professor Hasegawa

12月20日、ツルネンマルティ参議院議員・東ティモール議員連盟会長と大野元裕参議院議員・事務局長の招待のもと、法政大学教授の長谷川祐弘氏は参議院議員会館にて江田五月前参議院議長、羽田孜元総理、岡崎トミ子大臣とともに、東ティモール議員団と会談した。

【NEWS】2010.12.20 Chinese Scholar Hairong Lai Speaks to Hosei Graduate Students

Mr. Hairong Lai, Executive Director of the China Center for Overseas Social and Philosophical Theories spoke to Hosei graduate class students on Monday, 20th December 2010. He made a presentation on “Changing Political and Economic Structure in China and Its Implications for Foreign Policy.”(Kisho Tsuchiya)

【NEWS】2010年11月19日 内閣府国際平和協力事務局とJICA中堅幹部と意見交換

2010年11月19日に長谷川祐弘教授は内閣府国際平和協力本部事務局で,国連本部より来日していた関薫子女史と、国連の警察活動に関して話し、今後のPKO活動において日本が果たすべき役割について語った。JICA地球広場においてはJICAの中堅幹部職員と国際会議・援助協調でどのようににリーダーシップを発揮していけるか話し合った。(中本優太)

【NEWS】District Chief Ruben Braz Meets Hasegawa

On September 6, the Timor-Leste Dili Administrator, Mr. Ruben Braz, met with Professor Hasegawa of Hosei Unive […]

【NEWS】Hasegawa Meets Prime Minsiter Xanana Gusmao and National Parliament President La Sama de Araujo of Timor-Leste

Professor Sukehiro Hasegawa of Hosei University met with Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao and also Mr. Fernando &# […]

【NEWS】7.12 Asia Pacific Elections Observers

Professor Hasegawa accompanied by his assistants Kisyo Tsuchiya and Yuho Nakagawa met with Thomas Cabral, Dire […]

【NEWS】Professor Hasegawa Delivers Gradution Prize Day Speech

Professor Hasegawa delivered a graduation prize day memorial speech entitled “New Leadership in a Global […]

【NEWS】Hosei University Starts Overseas Scholarship Programme

Vice President of Hosei University Katsumi Enomoto, Professor Sukehiro Hasegawa and Mr. Kimiyoshi Hayashi visi […]

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