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08C403419
FAS-CA4V35S3
国際日本研究演習XIXa
Seminar: Japan in East Asia XIX (a)
ウィニッチャクン トンチャイ
WINICHAKUL Thongchai
A1 未定
To Be Arranged 
Colonial legacies in Modern Southeast Asia

This discussion/ seminar class will explore the legacies of colonialism and its influences in modern Southeast Asian countries. Via the readings on various topics regarding many countries in the region, the class will discuss the traces of colonial modernity that remain and still have impacts on the livelihood of those countries in the following aspects: the creation of the modern states, their politics, rule of law, ethnic or racial relations and conflicts, higher education, and history.

単位 Credit:1
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
31D220-1362A
GAS-AS6H06S2
地域文化研究特殊研究IV
Specialized Topics in Area Studies IV
LOWE David
LOWE David
A1A2 未定
To Be Arranged 
Australia and the Great and Rising Powers

Students will study the transitions in world power from 1895 to today, as interpreted by Australians, and as they formed the basis of Australians’ thinking about world affairs. To what extent has Australia been able to act independently in world affairs? Is Australia rightly described as a middle power? In addition to the declining role of Britain and the rise of the US and Asia, students consider Australians’ early sense of need for a great power buffer between themselves and an unknowable region, and Australians’ changing attitudes towards Japan and China. They also consider the role of foreign aid in the foreign policies of Australia and Japan from the 1950s to today. Among other sources, this course makes use of online Documents on Australian Foreign Policy series.

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
31M220-1362A
GAS-AS6H06S2
地域文化研究特殊研究IV
Specialized Topics in Area Studies IV
LOWE David
LOWE David
A1A2 未定
To Be Arranged 
Australia and the Great and Rising Powers

Students will study the transitions in world power from 1895 to today, as interpreted by Australians, and as they formed the basis of Australians’ thinking about world affairs. To what extent has Australia been able to act independently in world affairs? Is Australia rightly described as a middle power? In addition to the declining role of Britain and the rise of the US and Asia, students consider Australians’ early sense of need for a great power buffer between themselves and an unknowable region, and Australians’ changing attitudes towards Japan and China. They also consider the role of foreign aid in the foreign policies of Australia and Japan from the 1950s to today. Among other sources, this course makes use of online Documents on Australian Foreign Policy series.

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
25-304-31
GLP-LP6309L1
現代日本外交
International Politics (Special Study)
小原 雅博
A1A2 木曜1限
Thu 1st
国益と現代日本外交 National Interest and Modern Japanese Diplomacy

私たちの守るべき国益とは何か?そして、それをどうやって実現するか? 米国の覇権に陰りが見える中で、台頭する国家やテロリストが跋扈し始め、冷戦後のリベラルな国際秩序は力による現状変更や破綻国家が生み出す暴力や難民に傷ついている。グローバル化、情報化、技術革新は新たな価値や豊かさを生み出す一方で、リスクや脅威も増大させている。そして、気候変動や感染症などが猛威を振るい、国家や人間の生存を脅かす。今日、国家・国民の安全と繁栄という国益はこうした多様な挑戦を受けている。日本はこれにどう対処すべきなのか?そして、世界と深くつながる日本として世界の平和と繁栄、そして自由で開かれた秩序の維持に何ができるのだろうか? 本講義は、以上の問題意識に立って、国益を座標軸の中心に据え、日本の外交、そして世界の平和と繁栄の問題を考えていく。 What is National Interest which we have to defend? How can it be realized? While the United States is shaky in its hegemony in the world, the rising powers and terrorists are becoming rampant. The liberal international order in the post-Cold War period is hurt by the alteration of the status quo due to violence and a refugee crisis caused by the failure of nation states('failed states'). Globalization and a technology revolution with an ever evolving social media produce new values and affluence, while, on the other hand, they multiply risks and threats in the world. Climate change and infectious diseases are raging and threaten the survival of nation states and humanity. Today, national interest, such as the security and prosperity of a nation and people, faces these various threats. How does Japan tackle them? What can Japan do to maintain the peace and prosperity of the world? What can Japan do to defend free and open international order? Japan is deeply connected to all these issues and therefore is inextricably involved in them. With an awareness of the above mentioned issues, this course’s lectures provide a framework centered around Japan’s National Interest and how Japanese diplomacy can help maintain the peace and prosperity of the world.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 法文1号館 21番教室
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
0119974
FLA-PS4727L3
横断型 University-wide
特別講義 現代日本外交(外国語科目)
Japanese Foreign Policy
小原 雅博
A1A2 木曜1限
Thu 1st
国益と現代日本外交 National Interest and Modern Japanese Diplomacy

私たちの守るべき国益とは何か?そして、それをどうやって実現するか? 米国の覇権に陰りが見える中で、台頭する国家やテロリストが跋扈し始め、冷戦後のリベラルな国際秩序は力による現状変更や破綻国家が生み出す暴力や難民に傷ついている。グローバル化、情報化、技術革新は新たな価値や豊かさを生み出す一方で、リスクや脅威も増大させている。そして、気候変動や感染症などが猛威を振るい、国家や人間の生存を脅かす。今日、国家・国民の安全と繁栄という国益はこうした多様な挑戦を受けている。日本はこれにどう対処すべきなのか?そして、世界と深くつながる日本として世界の平和と繁栄、そして自由で開かれた秩序の維持に何ができるのだろうか? 本講義は、以上の問題意識に立って、国益を座標軸の中心に据え、日本の外交、そして世界の平和と繁栄の問題を考えていく。 What is National Interest which we have to defend? How can it be realized? While the United States is shaky in its hegemony in the world, the rising powers and terrorists are becoming rampant. The liberal international order in the post-Cold War period is hurt by the alteration of the status quo due to violence and a refugee crisis caused by the failure of nation states('failed states'). Globalization and a technology revolution with an ever evolving social media produce new values and affluence, while, on the other hand, they multiply risks and threats in the world. Climate change and infectious diseases are raging and threaten the survival of nation states and humanity. Today, national interest, such as the security and prosperity of a nation and people, faces these various threats. How does Japan tackle them? What can Japan do to maintain the peace and prosperity of the world? What can Japan do to defend free and open international order? Japan is deeply connected to all these issues and therefore is inextricably involved in them. With an awareness of the above mentioned issues, this course’s lectures provide a framework centered around Japan’s National Interest and how Japanese diplomacy can help maintain the peace and prosperity of the world.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 法文1号館 22番教室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5112181
GPP-MP5P10L3
Modern Japanese Diplomacy
Modern Japanese Diplomacy
小原 雅博
A1A2 木曜1限
Thu 1st
国益と現代日本外交 National Interest and Modern Japanese Diplomacy

私たちの守るべき国益とは何か?そして、それをどうやって実現するか? 米国の覇権に陰りが見える中で、台頭する国家やテロリストが跋扈し始め、冷戦後のリベラルな国際秩序は力による現状変更や破綻国家が生み出す暴力や難民に傷ついている。グローバル化、情報化、技術革新は新たな価値や豊かさを生み出す一方で、リスクや脅威も増大させている。そして、気候変動や感染症などが猛威を振るい、国家や人間の生存を脅かす。今日、国家・国民の安全と繁栄という国益はこうした多様な挑戦を受けている。日本はこれにどう対処すべきなのか?そして、世界と深くつながる日本として世界の平和と繁栄、そして自由で開かれた秩序の維持に何ができるのだろうか? 本講義は、以上の問題意識に立って、国益を座標軸の中心に据え、日本の外交、そして世界の平和と繁栄の問題を考えていく。 What is National Interest which we have to defend? How can it be realized? While the United States is shaky in its hegemony in the world, the rising powers and terrorists are becoming rampant. The liberal international order in the post-Cold War period is hurt by the alteration of the status quo due to violence and a refugee crisis caused by the failure of nation states('failed states'). Globalization and a technology revolution with an ever evolving social media produce new values and affluence, while, on the other hand, they multiply risks and threats in the world. Climate change and infectious diseases are raging and threaten the survival of nation states and humanity. Today, national interest, such as the security and prosperity of a nation and people, faces these various threats. How does Japan tackle them? What can Japan do to maintain the peace and prosperity of the world? What can Japan do to defend free and open international order? Japan is deeply connected to all these issues and therefore is inextricably involved in them. With an awareness of the above mentioned issues, this course’s lectures provide a framework centered around Japan’s National Interest and how Japanese diplomacy can help maintain the peace and prosperity of the world.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 法文1号館 21番教室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5112020
GPP-MP5P10L1
政治学II
Politics II
田邊 國昭
TANABE Kuniaki
S1S2 火曜2限
Tue 2nd

官僚制、政官関係、地方自治制度等、行政学の基本的な知識を習得することを目的とする。諸制度の概略、現在の研究の成果とその課題等に関して、講義を行うとともに、これらに関する基本的な文献講読を並行して行う。まず、毎週テーマに沿って政府の制度、機能等に関する講義を行う。その後で、指定された文献を事前に読んできたことを前提して、行政学の諸課題がどのように議論され、またどのような枠組みで把握されてきたのかを、参加者の議論を通じて学んでゆきたい。

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D International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room D
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
31D220-1500A
GAS-AS6H14S3
横断型 University-wide
地域文化研究特殊研究Ⅶ
Specialized Topics in Area Studies Ⅶ
ウィニッチャクン トンチャイ
WINICHAKUL Thongchai
A1 未定
To Be Arranged 
Colonial legacies in Modern Southeast Asia

This discussion/ seminar class will explore the legacies of colonialism and its influences in modern Southeast Asian countries. Via the readings on various topics regarding many countries in the region, the class will discuss the traces of colonial modernity that remain and still have impacts on the livelihood of those countries in the following aspects: the creation of the modern states, their politics, rule of law, ethnic or racial relations and conflicts, higher education, and history.

単位 Credit:1
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
31M220-1500A
GAS-AS6H14S3
横断型 University-wide
地域文化研究特殊研究Ⅶ
Specialized Topics in Area Studies Ⅶ
ウィニッチャクン トンチャイ
WINICHAKUL Thongchai
A1 未定
To Be Arranged 
Colonial legacies in Modern Southeast Asia

This discussion/ seminar class will explore the legacies of colonialism and its influences in modern Southeast Asian countries. Via the readings on various topics regarding many countries in the region, the class will discuss the traces of colonial modernity that remain and still have impacts on the livelihood of those countries in the following aspects: the creation of the modern states, their politics, rule of law, ethnic or racial relations and conflicts, higher education, and history.

単位 Credit:1
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
31D350-0600A
Theory of Normativity in Global Society V
Theory of Normativity in Global Society V
ウィニッチャクン トンチャイ
WINICHAKUL Thongchai
A1 未定
To Be Arranged 
Colonial legacies in Modern Southeast Asia

This discussion/ seminar class will explore the legacies of colonialism and its influences in modern Southeast Asian countries. Via the readings on various topics regarding many countries in the region, the class will discuss the traces of colonial modernity that remain and still have impacts on the livelihood of those countries in the following aspects: the creation of the modern states, their politics, rule of law, ethnic or racial relations and conflicts, higher education, and history.

単位 Credit:1
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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