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グローバル・アフェアーズ研究センター

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Peace and Development Studies (Phase 1)

No.67 (2010)
Misa Shojiya, Does Power Sharing Approach Work for Peacebuilding? - Lessons Learnt from Bosnia for Afrasia
No.66 (2010)
Misa Shojiya, Democratization in Divided Society – Outcomes and Issues in International Assistance
No.65 (2010)
Kosuke Shimizu, Structural Violence and Human Security
No.64 (2010)
William Bradley, Educational Policy in 21st Century Japan: Neoliberalism and Beyond?
No.63 (2009)
Tomoaki Ueda, Institution and Ideal in Indian Nationalist Thoughts: G. K. Gokhale in Comparison with M. K. Gandhi
No.62 (2009)
Kyoko Cross, Harmonizing Local with Global Justice: Emergence of a Hybrid Institutional Mechanism for Reconciliation in East Timor
No.61 (2009)
Kazuya Masuda, The Reconstitution of Adat in a Dual Level Land Conflict: A case study of a village community under forest development schemes in Sumatra, Indonesia
No.60 (2009)
Ryosuke Sato, Discontinuity of International Law with the ‘National Reconciliation’ Process — An analysis of the transitional ‘amnesty’ mechanism of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa —
No.59 (2009)
Akio Nishiura, Determinants of South African Outward Direct Investment in Africa
No.58 (2009)
Kazue Demachi, Japanese Foreign Assistance to Africa: Aid and Trade
No.57 (2009)
Kazuo Funahashi, Changes in Income among Peasants in Northeast Thailand: Poverty Reduction Seen Through a Panel Analysis
No.56 (2009)
Katsumi Ishizuka, The Impact of UN Peace-building Efforts on the Justice System of Timor-Leste: Western versus Traditional Cultures
No.55 (2009)
Shin’ichi Takeuchi, Conflict and Land Tenure in Rwanda
No.54 (2009)
Fuping Li, The Current Issues and Development Process of Poverty in China
No.53 (2009)
Shinji Suzuki, Illegal Logging in Southeast Asia
No.52 (2009)
Shinya Ishizaka, Non-violent Means of Conflict Resolution in the Chipko (Forest Protection) Movement in India
No.51 (2009)
David Blake Willis, A Nation at Risk, A Nation in Need of Dialogue: Citizenship, Denizenship, and Beyond in Japanese Education
No.50 (2009)
Yoshio Kawamura, Socioeconomic Factor Structure of Japanese Emigrant Communities: A Statistical Case Study at Inukami County, Shiga Prefecture, in the Meiji Era
No.49 (2009)
Yoshio Kawamura, Framework on Socio-economic Mechanism of Emigration in the Pre-war Japan
No.48 (2009)
Tomoko Matsui, The Narrative Strategies and Multilayered Realities of Returnee Workers: A Case Study of Thai Returnee Workers from Japan
No.47 (2009)
Nakamura Hisashi, Social Development and Conflict Resolution; as Seen by an Unorthodox Economist
No.46 (2009)
Motoko Shimagami, An Iriai Interchange Linking Japan and Indonesia: An Experiment in Practical Collaborative Research leading toward Community-Based Forest Management
No.45 (2009)
Julian Chapple, Increasing Migration and Diversity in Japan: The Need for Dialogue and Collaboration in Education, Language and Identity Policies
No.44 (2009)
Kosuke Shimizu, Nishida Kitaro and Japan’s Interwar Foreign Policy: War Involvement and Culturalist Political Discourse
No.43 (2009)
Aysun Uyar, Political Configuration of Thailand’s Free Trade Agreements within the Framework of Southeast Asian Regional Economic Cooperation
No.42 (2009)
Toru Sagawa, Why Do People “Renounce War”? The War Experience of the Daasanach of the Conflict-ridden Region of Northeast Africa
No.41 (2009)
Takehiko Ochiai, Personal Rule in Nigeria
No.40 (2009)
Robert Aspinall, The New ‘Three Rs’ of Education in Japan: Rights, Risk, and Responsibility
No.39 (2009)
Jeremy Rappleye, Decline of the Tokyo Technocrats in Educational Policy Formation? Exploring the Loss of Ministry Autonomy and Recent Policy Trends with Reference to ‘Globalisation’ and Educational Transfer
No.38 (2009)
Acharawan Isarangkura Na Ayuthaya and Senjo Nakai, The Emergence and Development of Interfaith Cooperation: A Case Study of the Theravada Buddhist Advocacy for People Living with HIV/AIDS (PWA) in Upper Northern Thailand
No.37 (2008)
Akiko Watanabe, Migration and Mosques: The Evolution and Transformation of Muslim Communities in Manila, the Philippines
No.36 (2008)
Shinji Suzuki, The Increasing Enclosure of Mangrove Wetlands: Towards Resource Management in Development Frontiers
No.35 (2008)
Anan Ganjanapan, Multiplicity of Community Forestry as Knowledge Space in the Northern Thai Highlands
No.34 (2008)
Naomi Hosoda, Towards a Cultural Interpretation of Migration in the Philippines: Focusing on Value-Rationality and Capitalism
No.33 (2008)
Pauline Kent, The Chrysanthemum and the Sword: The Use of Radical Comparisons to Enhance Mutual Understanding
No.32 (2007)
BenedictAnderson,UsefulorUselessRelics:Today’sStrangeMonarchies (加藤剛訳『有用な遺制か無用な遺物?現代における君主制という不思議な存在』)
No.31 (2007)
Kazuo Kobayashi, The “Invention of Tradition” in Java under the Japanese Occupation: The Tonarigumi System and Gotong Royon
No.30 (2007)
Kokki Goto (Edited, Annotated, and with an Introduction by Motoko Shimagami), Iriai Forests Have Sustained the Livelihood and Autonomy of Villagers: Experience of Commons in Ishimushiro Hamlet in Northeastern Japan
No.29 (2007)
Hiroyuki Torigoe, Land Ownership for the Preservation of Environment and Livelihood
No.28 (2007)
Michael Furmanovsky, Reconciliation, Restitution and Healing: The Role of Vietnam Veterans in Facilitating a New Era in U.S.-Vietnam Relations, 1985-2005
No.27 (2007)
Chizuko Sato, Forced Removals, Land Struggles and Restoration of Land in South Africa: A Case of Roosboom
No.26 (2007)
Naomi Hosoda, The Social Process of Migration from the Eastern Visayas to Manila
No.25 (2007)
François Debrix, The Hegemony of Tabloid Geopolitics: How America and the West Cannot Think International Relations beyond Conflict, Identity, and Cultural Imposition
No.24 (2007)
Kosuke Shimizu, Human Security, Universality, and National Interest: A Critical Inquiry
No.23 (2007)
Kosuke Shimizu, Asian Regionalism and Japan’s Unforgettable Past
No.22 (2007)
Takashi Inoguchi, The Place of the United States in the Triangle of Japan, China and India
No.21 (2007)
Yoshio Kawamura, Participatory Community Development and a Role of Social Statistical Analysis: Case of the JICA-Indonesia Project—Takalar Model
No.20 (2007)
Shinya Ishizaka, Leader-Follower Relations in the Foot Marches in Gandhian Environmental Movements in India
No.19 (2007)
Kazuo Takahashi, Not the Most Popular Decision: Japan’s Ground Self Defense Force Goes to Iraq
No.18 (2007)
Kenichi Matsui, International Energy Regime: Role of Knowledge and Energy and Climate Change Issues
No.17 (2006)
Tomoya Suzuki, Macroeconomic Impacts of Terrorism: Evidence from Indonesia in the Post-Suharto Era
No.16 (2006)
Kazuo Takahashi, The Middle East, the Middle Kingdom and Japan
No.15 (2006)
Masahisa Kawabata, An Overview of the Debate on the African State
No.14 (2006)
Takehiko Ochiai, Regional Security in Africa
No.13 (2006)
Om Prakash, Asia and the Rise of the Early Modern World Economy
No.12 (2006)
Takuya Misu, The United States and the United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC)
No.11 (2006)
Nao Sato, The Composition and Job Structure of Female-Headed Households: A Case Study of a Rural Village in Siemreap Province, Cambodia
No.10 (2006)
Kosuke Shimizu, Discourses of Leadership and Japanese Political Economy: Three Phallus-centrists
No.9 (2006)
Kaoru Sugihara, East Asia, Middle East and the World Economy: Further Notes on the Oil Triangle
No.8 (2006)
Kazuo Takahashi, The Kurdish Situation in Iraq
No.7 (2006)
Eghosa E. Osaghae, Ethnicity and the State in Africa
No.6 (2006)
Daniel C. Bach, Regional Governance and State Reconstruction in Africa
No.5 (2006)
Shin’ichi Takeuchi, Political Liberalization or Armed Conflicts? Political Changes in Post-Cold War Africa
No.4 (2006)
Yoshio Kawamura and Zhan Jin, WTO/FTA and the Issues of Regional Disparity
No.3 (2006)
Nobuko Nagasaki, Satyagraha as a Non-violent Means of Conflict Resolution
No.2 (2005)
K. Palanisami, Sustainable Management of Tank Irrigation Systems in South India
No.1 (2005)
James R. Simpson, Future of the Dairy Industries in China, Japan and the United States: Conflict Resolution in the Doha Round of WTO Agricultural Trade Negotiations