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.


TGD #30: Seoul’s Indo-Pacific Strategy and ROK-US-Japan Security Cooperation

Speaker: Cho Wondeuk, PhD (Korea National Diplomatic Academy) Moderator: Shin Sojin, PhD (Tokyo International University) Date & Time: November 14, 2023 at 13:20 – 14:40 JST Venue: Room 703, TIU Ikebukuro Campus


Tokyo International University graduate student participated in this year’s Asia Pacific Roundtable

Tokyo International University graduate student Tran Nguyen Quan participated in this year’s Asia Pacific Roundtable (APR), one of the largest track II dialogues on regional affairs, held on August 7-10 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Quan joined as part of the Pacific Forum’s Young Leaders Program delegation, selected from a pool of the most promising next-generation […]

TIU IRSA visits Ghibli Museum

On Wednesday, June 7, the TIU International Relations Student Association (TIU IRSA) had the incredible opportunity to enjoy a memorable field trip to the Ghibli Museum, accompanied by Professor Barbara Greene. It was a day filled with enchantment and wonder as we explored the captivating world of Ghibli’s renowned animated creations.

IR @ TIU students visit Embassy of India

  TIU IR students visited India in Japan (Embassy of India, Tokyo) on May 31 for an educational seminar that included an address by Ambassador Sibi George, India’s ambassador to Japan and the Marshall Islands, who discussed India-Japan relations and India’s G20 presidency.   After the session at the Indian Embassy, students visited the National […]

Students of Maritime Security & Ocean Governance course visit Yokosuka Navy Base

On Wednesday, May 17, students in Profesor Ordaniel’s classes had a field trip to Yokosuka – home to the largest United States Navy facility in Japan – and listened to an insightful lecture on the history of the famous Mikasa battleship by Captain Greg Kouta. The students had the chance to tour the Yokosuka Naval […]


Christopher Lamont’s second edition of Research Methods in International Relations

TIU-Pacific Forum-US Embassy Call for Papers | U.S.-Japan Alliance

For over six decades, the U.S.-Japan Alliance has been underwriting stability and prosperity in Asia. Political leaders from both sides describe it as ‘the cornerstone of peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific Region.

Hak Yin Li’s book China’s New World Order: Changes in the Non-Intervention Policy


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