DLSU Invites You to a Free Academic Conference Re: 'TRACING THE CONTOURS OF A RAPIDLY CHANGING EAST ASIA: ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES'

The International Studies Department (ISD) of De La Salle University and Japan Foundation are inviting you attend an "Open To The Public" academic conference on March 10-11, 2016 (Thurs & Fri) at the The Bayleaf Hotel Intramuros Manila, Philippines.


The title of the 2-days activity is "TRACING THE CONTOURS OF A RAPIDLY CHANGING EAST ASIA: ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES".

DLSU academic conference 2016

The conference hopes to identify the challenges facing the ASEAN regions in the realm of contemporary international relations.
East Asia’s dynamism is unparalleled. The bigger powers in the region are emerging leaders in contemporary international relations, while the smaller states in Southeast Asia are gearing towards an integrated politico-security, economic, and socio-cultural community under the ASEAN umbrella. Taken together, these entities make up a strong and resilient region that aspires to achieve more. It is this drive, however, that also leads the region to face several challenges. The conference identifies some of these. In tracing the contours of a rapidly changing East Asia, the nuances of international relations – as well as International Relations – therefore become more pronounced. Ultimately, it is in the spaces between these layers that possible solutions to these challenges are found.
To attend the conference, you may RSVP by visiting the link: "http://tinyurl.com/TrackEA". You may also call the secretariat members of the event (Stephanie, Darren, Raymond or Ron) ) through their office landline: 524-4611 loc.545.

De La Salle University is located in Taft Avenue, Malate, Manila, Philippines. It is a private-research university that was established in June 1911. It lives by the motto, "Religio, Mores, Cultura" or "Religion, Morals, Culture".

Recent data say, it is housing at least 1,129 academic staff, 16,193 undergraduates and 3,949 post graduates (wiki).

Source: Facebook, [H/T] Benjamin San Jose, PhD (International Public Policy)

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