Asia and Europe from the Versailles Treaty to the Present: The Legacies of Past War-Endings and Peace-making between Constraints and Forward Looking

Conférence

Conférence

Date : le 28 janvier 2019, de 09h00 à 13h00

Lieu :
Maison de la Chimie
Paris, France

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La Fondation pour la recherche stratégique a le plaisir de vous inviter à la Conférence ayant pour thème : "Asia and Europe from the Versailles Treaty to the Present: The Legacies of Past War-Endings and Peace-making between Constraints and Forward Looking" qui se tiendra le lundi 28 janvier 2019 de 9h à 13h à la Maison de la Chimie (28 rue Saint-Dominique - 75007 Paris).

Langues : Français et Anglais

Language: French and English

Program

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9h00 - 9h15
Registration and welcoming coffee
9h15 - 9h30
Introduction

Xavier Pasco, Director, FRS

9h30-11h00

Roundtable 1: The experience of Peace-making in Europe and Asia: The Question of Security Frameworks and the Legacies of Post-First and Second World Wars in Europe and in Asia

[Moderator] Pierre Grosser,  Science Po., Paris

The emergence of a liberal order and the limits of the Versailles Treaty in Europe and in Asia

[Speaker] Naoko Shimazu, National University of Singapore

[Speaker] Hiroshi Nakanishi, Kyoto University

[Discussant] Kerry Brown, Lau Institute, King’s College

The Legacies of the Post Second World War and the Future of Strategic Stability in Asia and in the World

[Speaker] Yuichi Hosoya, Keio University

[Discussant] Frédéric Grare, CAPS

11h00-12h30

Roundtable 2: Overcoming the Heritage of History: Answering New Regional and Global Challenges and Japan’s Constitutional Dilemma

[Moderator] Hiroyuki Akita, Nikkei

Debating the Japanese Constitution: The Constraints of History and Politics in a Changing strategic landscape

[Speaker] Masayuki Tadokoro, Keio University

[Discussant] Céline Pajon, IFRI

Adapting to New Strategic Challenges and Global Responsibilities

[Speaker] Michito Tsuruoka, Keio University

[Discussant] Valérie Niquet, FRS

12h30-12h45
Conclusion

Yasunori Nakayama, Director General, JIIA

13h00
Lunch for speakers

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