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European Union, Visegrad 4 and Japan: Tradition, Progress, and Prospects for Cooperation
Březen 10 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
The Institute of International Relations Prague is pleased to invite you to the one-day international seminar „European Union, Visegrad 4 and Japan: Tradition, Progress, and Prospects for Cooperation„ focused on the tradition and cooperation between Europen Union and Japan, including also the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).
This seminar will be held at the occasion of the 100th anniversary of establishing the diplomatic ties between Czechoslovakia and Japan, and on the Czech V4 Presidency. The key idea is to promote dialogue and cooperation between Japan, EU and V4 states in the multilateral and regional context, and to address the key issues for deepening mutual knowledge and communication.
The seminar will be organized into two panels attended by Japanese as well as Central Europen scholars, diplomats, and media professionals.
It is an honour to introduce following confirmed speakers:
- Yukari Akeda – Lecturer, Dokkyo University, Japan
- Hiroyuki Akita – Commentator and Journalist, Nikkei – Asian Review, Japan
- Jan Sýkora – Professor, Institute of Asian Studies, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
- Michal Kolmaš – Assistant Professor, Metropolitan University Prague, Czech Republic
- Kaoru Natsuda – Professor, College of International Management, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU), Japan; Visiting Professor, Budapest Business School, Bulgaria
- Marcin Socha – Senior Research Fellow, Center for Asian Affairs at the University of Lodz, Poland
- Róbert Vancel – Research Fellow, Central European Institute of Asian Studies, Slovak Republic
- Takashi Hosoda – Associate Researcher, Charles University
For furhter information and preliminary program please see our website.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to the conference.
Please register before March 6th 2020.