100 Yrs Chinese Communist Party Special: “Why High-tech Innovations?: Political Implications of Chinese ‘Territory and Space Program’” by Prof. Chisako MASUO, SISP/MSP Seminar (Aug. 2, 12:10-13:20)
◆◆◆100 Years of CPC ◆◆◆
Chinese Communist Party has just commemorated its 100th anniversary. GRIPS SISP/MSP would like to launch a series of lectures to think about its meaning.
The National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) presents SISP/MSP Seminar as follows;
TOPIC: Why High-tech Innovations?: Political Implications of Chinese “Territory and Space Program”
SPEAKER: Dr. Chisako T. MASUO
Associate Professor at the Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies, Kyushu University
MODERATOR: Dr. Yoko IWAMA
Director of Strategic Studies Program; Director of Maritime Safety and Security Policy Program; Director of Security and International Studies Program; Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)
COMMENTATOR: Dr. Narushige MICHISHITA
Member, Board of Trustees; Vice President; Deputy Director, Global Leadership Development Program; Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)
DATE: Monday, August 2 at 12:10-13:20
VENUE: Online by Zoom
LANGUAGE: English (without interpretation)
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Dr. Chisako T. MASUO is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies, Kyushu University.
She received her Ph.D. fom the University of Tokyo in 2008. Her research topics include Chinese foreign policy and the international relations. She was a visiting scholar at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and China Foreign Affairs University in 2019, and a coordinate research scholar at Harvard-Yenching Institute in 2014-2015. Chisa is the author of China’s Behavioral Principles: International Relations Determined by the Domestic Currents (Tokyo: Chuko Publishing, 2019) as well as China Looks Back: Mao’s Legacy in the Open-Door Era (University of Tokyo Press, 2010), and a co-author of A Diplomatic History of China (University of Tokyo Press, 2017) all in Japanese. Her columns appear regularly on Shukan Toyo Keizai and Kosusai Boeki, Japanese business magazine and newspaper with long and unique traditions. Chisa has published many articles and book chapters in English, Chinese and Russian.
|Date / Time||Monday, August 2 12:10-13:20|
|Speaker||Dr. Chisako T. MASUO|
|Title||Why High-tech Innovations?: Political Implications of Chinese 'Territory and Space Program'|