Under the auspices of the Japan Chapter of the Asian Society of International Law, the research project team on “International Law in a Multi-polar & Multi-civilizational World: Asian Perspectives, Challenges & Contributions” (represented by Professor ONUMA Yasuaki, Meiji University) will organize an international symposium focused on the possible roles of Asian States/Peoples in the formation, modification and enforcement of the international legal order in the context of the globalizing world. The keynote speakers are His Excellency Volker STANZEL (German Ambassador to China (2004-07) and Japan (2009-)), Professor JIA Bingbing (Tsinghua University in Beijing, China) and Professor Balakrishnan RAJAGOPAL (the MIT in Boston, originally from India).
Friday, July 2, 2010
Symposium: International Legal Order and the Roles of Asian Nations in the Age of Globalization
The Japan Chapter of the Asian Society of International Law will hold a symposium on "International Legal Order and the Roles of Asian Nations in the Age of Globalization," July 18, 2010, at Meiji University, Tokyo. The program is here. Here's the idea: