Speaker: Prof. Dr. Dr. Herman T. Salton, Associate Professor of International Relations,International Christians University,Tokyo, and Deputy Director, Tokyo Offie, Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS)
Dangerous Diplomacy: A Case of Rwanda
Date: December 14th, 2018 am: 10:40-12:10 Room:712 Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies Waseda University
7th floor,Building 19, Waseda University
Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies Waseda University
contact: Mariko Shoji
I am an Associate Professor of International Relations based in Tokyo, Japan, and specializing in international organizations, global ethics, international law, and the United Nations. I am also Deputy-Director of the Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS), Tokyo Liaison Office, as well as Deputy Secretary-General of the Global Peacebuilding Association of Japan (GPAJ). I was educated at the Universities of Trento (Italy), Auckland (New Zealand), Wales (UK), and Oxford (UK), and I hold two doctoral degrees, one in international law and the other in international relations. I was a visiting scholar at Sciences-Po Paris and TUJ Tokyo; an officer at the Icelandic Human Rights Centre in Reykjavik, Iceland; and briefly an Associate in the Under-Secretary-General’s Office at UN Headquarters in New York, USA. I also serve as a Senior Adviser to the Center for Advanced Studies in South Asia (CASS) in Kathmandu, Nepal. A cosmopolitan by vocation, I am fluent in English, Italian, French and Spanish; I am a life-long enthusiast of history; and I am a passionate collector of ancient art.