Symposium: How Does International Community Reacts to Terrorism?

17:30‐20:00, Tuesday, February 17th

Date&Time 17:30‐20:00, Tuesday, February 17th
Venue 7F, TUFS Hongo Satelite
(2-14-10, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)

Professor Naofumi Miyazaki
(National Defence Academy)

"The era of International Terrorism”

Professor Hiroyuki Aoyama
(Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

"Homogeneity and Heterogenity of anti-Syria militants: ISIS, Al-Qaida, Islamic extremists and moderate anti-establishments"

Professor Hirotaka Watanabe
(Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Director of Institute of International Relations)

"Social Governance and Terrorism in Industrial Nations"

Theme Terrorism has become a pressing issue in international society. It was once seen as an extension of political issues, however, it is now associated with religion and distortion of social governance. This symposium is to discuss with experts the significance of terrorism in modern contexts, its religious background, and problems which industrialized countries face.

Host: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Institute of International Relations
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*No reservations required. Admission free. Doors open to the public.

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