At the Cairo meeting in preparation for TICAD Conference in Nairobi, Professor Hasegawa noted the significance of Japan’s triangular support of African Rapid Deployment of Engineering Capabilities (ARDEC) and UN Regional Signals Academy. (Photo: OhMyGodFacts.com)
Egyptian Deputy Assistant Foreign Minister for United Nations Affairs Amr Aljowaily emphasized the need for partnerships and capacity building initiatives for the North African Regional Brigade (NARC), one of the five regional capabilities of the African Standby Force (ASF).
In NHK World News, Professor Daisaku Higashi presented his analysis on Obama’ decision to keep more American troops in Afghanistan after he leaves the office, lest Afghanistan will be taken over by the Taliban. You can see the interview by Professor Higashi in the link below:
Lieutenant Colonel Norihisa Urakami of US Army War College advocates providing advanced technology and intelligence support to counter trans-national crimes, extremism and human-trafficking and other immediate threats to peace and security in Africa.
Main themes of Three 2015 Peace Reports, HIPPO, AGE and Global Study Report on 1325, were presented by John Ahere of the African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD) at TICAD preparatory meeting in Cairo.
In a TICAD preparatory meeting organized by CCCPA in Cairo on 13-14 July, DPKO Senior Military Training Officer, George Arko-Dadzie, explained the need for new strategic partnership, training support services and developments in thematic training to respond to complex political contexts and operating environments. Please click here for the full text of his presentation.
Japanese scholars, Shoji, Fujishige and Miura as well as Bemnet Debebe examined various aspects of peace operations and global governance.
According to Hiroaki Shiga of JICA Research Institute, the inclusive and pluralistic democracy of India provides the role model for other developing countries and the India’s constitution has been studied by Singapore, Malaysia, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Nepal, Bhutan and other developing countries (Reported byTakashi Kamishiro). Please click here for a full story.
Mr. Takehito Nakata, who followed his son, Atsuhito Nakata and kept the torch of world peace, died on 23 May 2016.