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June, 2022

June 29, 2022 4:30 PM (JST)

TIU Info Session: Introduction to the E-Track Program

※ This event will focus on E-Track's bachelor's degree programs only. For information on our master's or Ph.D. programs, visit our graduate program page or email us.

Tokyo International University is a leading global university that offers fully accredited, internationally recognized degree programs taught in English. Join this session to learn how TIU can help you prepare for success!

Majors offered:
Business Economics (Bachelor of Arts)
Digital Business & Innovation (Bachelor of Science)
International Relations (Bachelor of Arts)


Scholarships available! Apply to reduce your tuition fee by up to 100%.

No Japanese language skills required. Start as a beginner and work your way up to fluency by the time you graduate.

Application period 1 of 3 for Spring 2023 intake starts June 22.Check our admissions page and follow our Facebook page for details and updates.

* This session will be conducted as a Zoom Meeting. To learn more about Zoom Meetings, visit the Zoom website.


June 15, 2022 5:00 PM (JST)

TIU Global Dialogue #20: China's New World Order - Changes in the Non-Intervention Policy

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Speaker:
Hak Yin Li
Associate Professor of International Relations
Tokyo International University
For more details on Professor Li's book "China's New World Order - Changes in the Non-Intervention Policy," click HERE.

Moderator:
Christopher Lamont
Associate Professor of International Relations
Assistant Dean of E-Track
Tokyo International University

Description:
China's foreign policies show a discrepancy between principle and practice. Instead of a rhetorical insistence on the country's traditional principle of non-interference, China has developed a soft-intervention policy towards North Korea, Myanmar and the two Sudans. By examining China's diplomatic statements and behavior though empirical discussions of key Chinese mediations, interviews with Chinese scholars and analysis of official documents from China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this research conceptualizes China's soft-intervention policy as related to economic manipulation and diplomatic persuasion under Hu Jintao and Xi Jinping. This discrepancy in China's non-intervention policy indicates how Chinese ambitions to shape a new world order are characterized by normative principles, in particular, differentiating China's rise from American hegemony while demonstrating Beijing's willingness to compromise to secure other emerging national interests. Moreover, this study suggests that China is neither a status-quo nor a revisionist power. Rather, it is a self-restrained power.

About TIU Global Dialogue:
The TIU Global Dialogue is a speaker series organized by Tokyo International University's (TIU) E-Track International Relations program. Established in 2019, the TIU Global Dialogue brings top experts, academics and policy practitioners from the many fields of international affairs--politics, diplomacy, military, economics, and industry--to TIU to share research findings, and discuss issues of strategic importance to Japan and the world.


June 1, 2022 4:30 PM (JST)

TIU Info Session: Introduction to the E-Track Program

This event has ended

※ This event will focus on E-Track's bachelor's degree programs only. For information on our master's or Ph.D. programs, visit our graduate program page or email us.

Tokyo International University is a leading global university that offers fully accredited, internationally recognized degree programs taught in English. Join this session to learn how TIU can help you prepare for success!

Majors offered:
Business Economics (Bachelor of Arts)
Digital Business & Innovation (Bachelor of Science)
International Relations (Bachelor of Arts)


Scholarships available! Apply to reduce your tuition fee by up to 100%.

No Japanese language skills required. Start as a beginner and work your way up to fluency by the time you graduate.

Admissions for 2023 Spring entry begins in June. Check our admissions page and follow our Facebook page for information and updates.

* This session will be conducted as a Zoom Meeting. To learn more about Zoom Meetings, visit the Zoom website.


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