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.


Prof. Jeffrey Ordaniel receives prestigious JSPS Grant

Prof. Ordaniel received a Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Kakenhi) grant to conduct research on maritime security issues in Asia...

Prof. Sojin Shin leads delegation of IR @ TIU students to Indian Embassy Event

Professor Sojin Shin visited the Embassy of India Tokyo with our students to attend the ICCR Foundation Day event. The TIU delegation had an opportunity to learn Indian culture...


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


Tweets from IR @ TIU

Happening Now: @pomonacollege’s @profTLe discussing his book, “Japan’s Aging Peace: Pacifism and Militarism in the 21st Century.”

Join the conversation on Zoom: https://t.co/YDTfGQEi6D or catch the livestream on Facebook: https://t.co/FxrSWj2Gjh https://t.co/ev8uw9ZPhO
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IR faculty recruitment - US Politics/US Foreign Policy & International Law/International Organizations, info on how to apply can be found below #academicjobs https://t.co/yosQ6MkYPG

Up next in our Global Dialogue series: @pomonacollege’s @profTLe will explain “how changing perceptions of security across generations” in Japan led to a culture of antimilitarism that constrains efforts to pursue a more martial foreign policy.” RSVP: https://t.co/VVFlKHzHop https://t.co/tvQUiyxfhq IR_TokyoIU photo

“While in some cases, technologies will likely help enhance connectivities, there are also emergent risks that will require greater attention from regulatory bodies.” Prof. @ck_lamont writes about emerging tech & post-pandemic civil aviation for ROLES INSIGHTS. Read more here 👇🏼 https://t.co/Xj4JKyxMU6

Happening Now | TIU Prof. Hak Yin Li discusses his latest book published by @ElgarPublishing, “China’s New World Order: Changes in the Non-Intervention Policy,” with Asst. Dean and Professor @ck_lamont. Join the conversation👉🏻 https://t.co/Uv2nMIMtVm https://t.co/AS0buxKK4f IR_TokyoIU photo

Coming up today, Prof. Hak Yin Li will discuss changes in China's non-intervention policy in his presentation "China's New World Order" moderated by Prof. @ck_lamont

RSVP here: https://t.co/Uv2nMIvqTm or join us offline in the Sakura Room (TIU Campus 1, Building 2)