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5122236
GPP-DP6P80L3
International Politics in East Asia
International Politics in East Asia
佐橋 亮
SAHASHI Ryo
A1A2 火曜4限
Tue 4th
International Relations in East Asia

This course does not focus on a particular nation's foreign policy. Rather, we examine the impacts of both the rise of Asia, regionalism and American commitment on the order in East Asia. Behaviors of not only great powers but small and middle powers are to be analyzed.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室E International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room E
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5175008
GPP-DP6P80L3
国際安全保障研究:政治学系(International Politics in East Asia)
International Security: Politics(International Politics in East Asia)
佐橋 亮
SAHASHI Ryo
A1A2 火曜4限
Tue 4th
International Relations in East Asia

This course does not focus on a particular nation's foreign policy. Rather, we examine the impacts of both the rise of Asia, regionalism and American commitment on the order in East Asia. Behaviors of not only great powers but small and middle powers are to be analyzed.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室E International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room E
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
25-304-38
GLP-LP6309L3
International Politics in East Asia
International Politics (Special Study)
佐橋 亮
SAHASHI Ryo
A1A2 火曜4限
Tue 4th
International Relations in East Asia

This course does not focus on a particular nation's foreign policy. Rather, we examine the impacts of both the rise of Asia, regionalism and American commitment on the order in East Asia. Behaviors of not only great powers but small and middle powers are to be analyzed.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室E International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room E
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08F140606
FAS-FA4E06S3
グローバル教養特別演習II(6)
Seminar in Global Liberal Arts II (6)
クロイドン,シルビア アタナソヴァ
CROYDON SILVIA ATANASSOVA
A1A2 未定
To Be Arranged 
International Relations of East Asia: Japan, China and the United States

This course examines key aspects of the international relations of East Asia, such as war and conflict, economic cooperation and competition, and patterns of intra-regional interaction. East Asia is defined as the region encompassing Japan, the Russian Far East, Korea, China, Southeast Asia and Taiwan. Particular emphasis will be given to the two major regional powers, Japan and China, in addition to other regional countries. Further, given its extensive involvement in East Asia since the mid-nineteenth century, the role of the United States is specifically considered as an indispensable outside player in the region’s international relations. Accordingly, the course will deal with one of the most dynamic and consequential segments of international relations involving three of the UN Security Council’s permanent members (China, Russia, US), the world’s three largest economies (US, Japan, China), and two divided nations (China/Taiwan and Korea). As most IR theories are exclusively built upon Western diplomatic history, the course will critically apply some major IR theories to the experience of East Asia, by addressing the validity of existing theories for the analysis of East Asian international relations.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 未定 To Be Arranged
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5135030
GPP-MP6Z30L3
CAMPUS Asia Joint Course: International Public Policy in East Asia
CAMPUS Asia Joint Course: International Public Policy in East Asia
能勢 学
NOSE Manabu
S1S2 水曜3限 水曜4限
Wed 3rd Wed 4th

The purpose of this course is to deepen understanding of East Asian issues through comprehensive analysis. The course consists of lectures, student group discussions, and field trips. Faculties of SNU and PKU, our partner schools of the Campus Asia Program, also provide a series of lectures in the course. This course is designed for students participating in the Campus Asia program.

単位 Credit:4
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室B International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room B
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
4971020
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 102
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 102
松田 康博
Yasuhiro Matsuda
A1A2 月曜5限
Mon 5th
Introduction to Asian Studies: History and International Relations, Seminars 2018

This is an intensive seminar for ITASIA students who are concurrently enrolled in ITASIA 101 to develop their competence in academic argumentation and writing based on the knowledge acquired through ITASIA 101 lectures and supplemental readings. Whereas ITASIA 101 lectures deal with a broad range of subjects, this seminar will concentrate on specific issues and topics raised during the lectures. Since the focus of the seminar is on student discussion, participants must not only complete all reading assignments, but also adequately prepare themselves for each week’s debate.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 東文研及総合博物館 東文研3F第1会議室 Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University Museum IASA 1st Conf.
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
0118992
FLA-PS4728L3
横断型 University-wide
特別講義 Boom and Bust: the Political Economy of Development in East Asia(外国語科目)
Boom and Bust: the Political Economy of Development in East Asia
NOBLE GREGORY WILLIA
NOBLE GREGORY WILLIAM
A1A2 水曜2限
Wed 2nd
Boom, Bust, and Beyond: the Political Economy of Development in East Asia

How have East and Southeast Asia grown so fast? Why have they been subject to such dramatic vicissitudes? How do they fit into regional and international security, trading, and monetary systems? This course will provide a political economy overview, combining historical background; systematic comparisons of liberal, statist, and institutionalist approaches; and political analysis. The main focus is on development, crisis and recovery in Japan and China, but we will also look more briefly at Korea, Taiwan, ASEAN, and Asian regionalism.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 法文1号館 26番教室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
4971010
横断型 University-wide
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 101
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 101
松田 康博
Yasuhiro Matsuda
A1 火曜5限 金曜5限
Tue 5th Fri 5th
Introduction to Asian Studies: History and International Relations - Lectures 2018

This course will offer students a series of lectures on Asian history and international relations with the aim of providing a solid foundation in the central topics and most recent scholarship in Asian Studies. This course is required by both M.A.S. and Ph.D. students in the ITASIA program (non-ITASIA students are also invited) and it aims to expand students’ knowledge beyond a few specialized countries or areas in Asia by providing a broader perspective of Asia as a whole. Another objective of the course is to offer a better understanding of Asian societies through the study of history. All ITASIA students are also required to concurrently enroll in ITASIA 102 (Seminar on Introduction to Asian Studies: History and International Relations). Students should complete the assigned reading assignments before the respective lectures (assigned readings are highlighted in italics below).

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 東文研及総合博物館 東文研3F大会議室 Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University Museum IASA Large Conf.
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
4971280
横断型 University-wide
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 128
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 128
赤座 英之
Hideyuki Akaza
A1A2 金曜4限
Fri 4th
Surviving Cancer in Asia

1) Positioning and Aims of the Course This lecture course is multidisciplinary and aims to bring together students from various fields to learn about an issue that has tended previously to only be perceived from a specialist angle. By providing students with the opportunity to learn about matters outside their own area of specialization, the course aims to also provide an opportunity for students to relativize their own studies. The field of cancer is one that has a high degree of specialization and it has not necessarily interacted well or been open to collaboration with other fields of study to date. This course aims to support the development of the next generation of experts who are adept at working in interdisciplinary environments and will be the driving force behind research in their various fields, based on the recognition that the role of a modern university is to create innovation in response to social issues. 2) Background and Significance of the Course This groundbreaking multidisciplinary approach to learning aims to address issues relating to the common and ever-growing challenge of cancer in Asia, with reference to global policy concepts on Universal Health Coverage (UHC). To date we have sought to contribute to enhancing international cancer research from an Asian perspective by comparing the characteristics of Asia to those of western countries. This lecture course is a part of these ongoing efforts. The following site sets out our recognition of the issues and our perceived mission: http://www.asiacancerforum.org/mission/index.html As part of these efforts, an international meeting to discuss cancer in Asia was held in 2009 at the Asia-Pacific Cancer Conference in Tsukuba. http://jjco.oxfordjournals.org/content/40/suppl_1/i82.long Since then we have held a series of international meetings in various locations, with the aim of deepening discussion on social issues relating to cancer. In 2015 the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were unanimously adopted at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, as the successor to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). One of the specific targets of the SDGs refers to the concept of UHC and since the adoption of the SDGs attention has started to be focused on the realization of UHC. The goals of UHC are to ensure that all people have access to high-quality health services, to protect all people from public health risks, and to protect all people from financial hardship due to out-of-pocket costs for health services and loss of income when they or a family member fall ill. There are currently many initiatives and proposals for action in the international community that seek to achieve UHC, which has come to be recognized as a global policy agreement. The implementation of a UHC strategy requires the involvement of stakeholders, who have an influence on the design of and implementation of programs, including matters such as budgetary allocation and investment in healthcare practitioners. Programs and decisions made to date have largely been based on a response to primary care, predicated on a disease structure dominated by communicable diseases. However, it is projected that under current structures it is unlikely that healthcare systems will be able to cope with the tremendous socioeconomic burden caused by the rapidly increasing cases of cancer in Asia. The realization of UHC for cancer in Asia is therefore fraught with major challenges, as the immense costs arising from cancer care require countries to have robust financial and healthcare systems in place.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 医学部教育研究棟 第1セミナー室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08B0127
FAS-BA4A01S3
専門英語(127)
English for Research (127)
クロイドン,シルビア アタナソヴァ
CROYDON SILVIA ATANASSOVA
A1A2 未定
To Be Arranged 
International Relations of East Asia: Japan, China and the United States

This course examines key aspects of the international relations of East Asia, such as war and conflict, economic cooperation and competition, and patterns of intra-regional interaction. East Asia is defined as the region encompassing Japan, the Russian Far East, Korea, China, Southeast Asia and Taiwan. Particular emphasis will be given to the two major regional powers, Japan and China, in addition to other regional countries. Further, given its extensive involvement in East Asia since the mid-nineteenth century, the role of the United States is specifically considered as an indispensable outside player in the region’s international relations. Accordingly, the course will deal with one of the most dynamic and consequential segments of international relations involving three of the UN Security Council’s permanent members (China, Russia, US), the world’s three largest economies (US, Japan, China), and two divided nations (China/Taiwan and Korea). As most IR theories are exclusively built upon Western diplomatic history, the course will critically apply some major IR theories to the experience of East Asia, by addressing the validity of existing theories for the analysis of East Asian international relations.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 未定 To Be Arranged
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English

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