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Regional integration

Regional integration in East Asia and Europe: FES Japan seeks to introduce the experience of the EU integration into policy-debates on East Asian regional integration, which have been developing since the inception of the ASEAN+3 framework. While intra-regional frictions continue to pose an obstacle to processes of regionalization, dialogue aiming at the sharing of a mutually agreeable “historical consciousness” has become the core issue in this policy field.

FES supports transnational exchange and symposia on the legacy of the past and constructive dialogue such as the authoring of history textbooks by multinational groups of authors.

Events

日独経済対話プログラム

テューリンゲン州 ヴォルフガング・ティーフェンゼー経済・科学・デジタル社会大臣が来日し、日独の経済政策について国会議員および研究者等と意見交換を行いました。

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German-Japanese Economy Dialogue

During the visit of Mr. Wolfgang Tiefensee, State Minister of Economy, Science and the Digital Society in the government of Thuringia, the Japanese-German dialogue on economic policy was deepened. Minister Tiefensee met with Diet Members and researchers in Tokyo.

 

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EPRIE 2017- Exchange Program For Regional Integration In East Asia And Europe

EPRIE 2017 will take a closer look at global migration patterns as well as differences and similarities between migration policies in Europe and East Asia.

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Latest Publications

Interview "Security by the back door"

Japanese MP Shoichi Kondo discusses a controversial anti-terror law that critics say weakens civil liberties.

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対談 "Security by the back door"

人権侵害と批判されている「テロ等準備罪」法について、近藤昭一衆議院議員がインタビューに答えました。

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magazine "International Politics and Society"

International Politics and Society highlights global inequality and brings new perspectives on issues such as the environment, European integration, international relations, social democracy and development policy.

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