The San Francisco Peace Settlement and East Asia: Contemporary Perspectives
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Event ReportDate: Saturday, January 14, 2023,
16:00-19:00 Japan time
Place: TKP Garden City Kyoto Tower Hotel (9th Floor, Hakkaku hall). The proceedings will be streamed on Zoom.
Languages: Japanese, with simultaneous interpretation into English
Event ReportDate: Tuesday, 13 September 2022Time: 14:00-15:00 (JST)Speaker: Masao Shimojo, Professoremeritus at Takusyoku UniversityLanguage: Japanese/EnglishPlatform: Summary and Video
Event ReportJIIA hosted a webinar “The Second Sino-Japanese War Reassessed” on Friday, December 17, 10:00-12:30 (Tokyo time)
※Event Report & Video Coming Click here.
Event ReportWebinar: The Essence of the Takeshima Island Issue and Flaws with the Korean Arguments About Takeshima
Date and time: November 2, 2021, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Tokyo time
Summary ＆ Video
Event ReportJIIA hosted a webinar “Considering the 21st century from the Perspective of 20th Century East Asian History”, based on the book 20th Century East Asia: A New History (University of Tokyo Press, 2020), on 18 July 2021.
Role of the Monarchy in Expanding Japan's Diplomatic Reach:Tracing Emperor Akihito's visits to India in 1960 and 2013
JIIA hosted a webinar " The Name of the Sea of Japan and Flaws with the Korean Arguments" on 13 September 2022.
History in China: A tool at the service of the Party narrative
The Understanding of the United States Government Regarding the Geography of Takeshima Immediately After the San Francisco Peace Treaty Came into Effect -Drawing on US Government-Issued Aeronautical Charts Published in 1953 and 1954-
Article 2 of the Treaty of San Francisco and Takeshima With a Focus on the Negotiation Process in 1951
JIIA Webinar : The Second Sino-Japanese War Reassessed
The video uses 3D satellite imagery to show the findings of many years of Japanese scientific surveys about changes in the flora and fauna of the Senkaku Islands.
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