Il momento che stiamo vivendo è molto delicato; la situazione che si è inverata con il conflitto Russo- Ucraino ha aperto alle sanzioni nei confronti del colosso euro- asiatico.
La guerra è sempre qualcosa di terribile, porta con sè conseguenze devastanti, in chi la vive direttamente, in chi la combatte e anche per chi, lontano dalle zone del conflitto, assiste a quanto accade.
Per approfondire il tema relativo le sanzioni imposte alla Russia per l’attacco all’Ucraina è in programma il 4 Marzo 2022 dalle ore 14 alle 15.30 CET il Webinar tenuto dal Prof. Kazuto Suzuki di cui apprendiamo dall’ Ambasciata del Giappone in Italia al quale vi invitiamo a partecipare:
Per registrarsi al webinar potete seguire il link qui sotto:
Webinar with Professor Kazuto Suzuki, Graduate School of Public Policy, The University of Tokyo hosted by UCD Centre for Japanese Studies. This event is funded by the Embassy of Japan in Ireland.
Online: on Zoom [link will be shared with all registered on Eventbrite]
Kazuto Suzuki is Professor of Science and Technology Policy at the Graduate School of Public Policy at the University of Tokyo, Japan, and senior fellow of Asia Pacific Initiative (API), the independent policy think tank. He graduated Department of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University, and received PhD from Sussex European Institute, University of Sussex, England. He has worked in the Fondation pour la recherche stratégique in Paris, France as assistant researcher and the Associate Professor at the University of Tsukuba from 2000 to 2008 and served as Professor of International Politics at Hokkaido University until 2020. He served as an expert in the Panel of Experts for the Iranian Sanction Committee under the United Nations Security Council from 2013 to July 2015. He currently serves as the President of the Japan Association of International Security and Trade. His research focuses on the conjunction of science/technology and international relations; subjects including space policy, non-proliferation, export control and sanctions. His recent work includes Space and International Politics (2011, in Japanese, awarded Suntory Prize for Social Sciences and Humanities), Policy Logics and Institutions of European Space Collaboration (2003) and many others.