27 May 2011, Special Lecture by UETA Takako, Professor, International Christian University
Special Lecture by UETA Takako, Professor, International Christian University
Theme: "Foreign and Security Policy of the EU and Japan-EU Relations in the Era of Global Power Shift"
Date and Time: 8:50–10:20 on Friday, 27th May, 2011
Place: #2201 2nd Floor East Lecture Building 2, East Campus, Hitotsubashi University
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From 2008 to 2011, she was the Deputy Chief of the Mission of Japan to the EU and was responsible for political and security affairs. She was special assistant to the Embassy of Japan to Belgium, in the area of NATO and European security, As an advisor to the Japanese Delegation, she has attended major CSCE/OSCE meetings from 1992 to 2001. She was guest research fellow of the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva(1985-1987), visiting professor of the European Studies Institute of the Universite libre de Bruxelles(2002), the Graduate School of the University of Tokyo(2003-2008), and the University of Air(2006-2010).
She has published many books and articles on European security, European affairs and Japan-EU relations in Japanese and in English.