ATENEO-KYUSHU UNIVERSITY JOINT WORKSHOP WITH GRADUATE STUDENTS & SPECIAL LECTURE ON EAST ASIAN SECURITY ISSUES

The Ateneo Center for Asian Studies
cordially  invite you to the

ATENEO-KYUSHU UNIVERSITY JOINT WORKSHOP WITH GRADUATE STUDENTS &

SPECIAL LECTURE ON EAST ASIAN SECURITY ISSUES

February 8 and 9, 2011

Leong Hall Conference Room 4 (LH 404)

Ateneo de Manila University
 

8 February 2011

 

9:00                              Welcome remarks by Alma Salvador, Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Political Science

                                    Response by Professor Hachiya Machiko, head of the delegation from Kyushu University

                                    Explanation of the workshop: Objectives, Mechanics, by Lydia N. Yu Jose, Ph.D., Director of the Ateneo Center for Asian Studies

 

9:30-9:50                       Tuvshinbileg Dashjamts (Kyushu University), Evolution of United Nations Peacekeeping

 

9:50-10:00                     Comments by Ms. Maria Elissa J. Lao, DPA Candidate, Department of Political Science

 

10:00-10:15                   Questions and Answers

 

10:15-10:35                   Gulnura Toleeva (Kyushu University), Human Rights and International Criminal Justice: Extradition

 

10:35-10:45                   Comments by Mr. Rene Raymond R. Raneses, MA, Department of Political Science

 

10:45-11:00                   Questions and Answers

 

11:00-11:15                   Coffee Break

 

11:15-11:35                   Tristan Koens (Kyushu University), Myth or Model Standard: A Comparison of the Practices and the Circumstances of Policing and Crime in Japan and Australia

 

11:35-11:45                   Comments by Jennifer S. Oreta, Ph.D., Department of Political Science

 

11:45-12:00                   Questions and Answers

 

12:00-1:30                     Lunch

 

1:30-2:00                       Introduction of guest lecturer: Lydia N. Yu Jose, Ph.D.

 

                                     LECTURE by Prof. Lee Hong Pyo (Kyushu University), Security Issues in East Asia

 

2:00-2:30                       Open forum

 

2:35-2:55                       Rosselle Tugade (Ateneo de Manila University), Traffic and Turmoil in the Streets: Re-Assessing EDSA 3 and Modern Philippine Nation-Building

 

2:55-3:10                       Questions and Answers

 

3:10-5:00                       Visit to the library and bookstore

 

9 February 2011

 

9:00-9:20                       Melissa Lavente (Ateneo de Manila University), Ideational Shift in International Development and Its Impact on Environmental Institutions in the Philippines

 

9:20-9:35                       Questions and Answers

 

9:35-9:55                       Resty Osias (Kyushu University), Agrarian Reform in the Age of Globalization: A Case Study of Philippines

 

9:55-10:10                     Comments by Ms. Anne Lan K. Candelaria, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Political Science

 

10:10-10:20                   Questions and Answers

 

10:20-10:35                   Coffee Break

 

10:35-10:55                   Valerie Buenaventura (Ateneo de Manila University), Chinese Foreign Aid Today: Reconfiguring the International System towards a Unity of Opposites

 

10:55-11:10                   Questions and Answers

 

11:10-11:25                   Jamina Jugo (Ateneo de Manila University), Women with Class Consciousness

 

11:25-11:45                   Questions and Answers

 

11:45-12:00                   Wrap up session (Ateneo and Kyushu representatives)