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著者
Iwata, Kenji
NDC
平和学
抄録(英)
The G8 summit in St. Petersburg from July 15 through 17, 2006 was regarded as a triumph for Russia as a host country that took advantage of the moment to assert its re-emergence on the world stage. The G8 leaders except Russia agreed to avoid pressuring Russia on its domestic policy, after a lot of accusations by Western leaders and the press on rollbacks in democracy.

By focusing on and examining energy security with special reference to Russia's energy resources and strategic position, this paper shows why and how Russia was able to become only winner at this G-8 summit. Moreover this paper points out why education was set as one of the summit's priority subjects and how Russia, in cooperation with other G-8 members and the United Nations, was becoming capable of giving a new impulse for international cooperation for peace to resolve many issues such as nuclear proliferation, terrorism and regional crises, including human security issues in the area of fighting infectious diseases.
内容記述
Vestnik of the Tomsk State Pedagogical University Volume 1 (64) 2007. Special Issue: The Humanities: Peace Studies and Peace Discourse in Education
掲載誌名
IPSHU English Research Report Series
20号
開始ページ
87
終了ページ
95
出版年月日
2007-01
出版者
広島大学平和科学研究センター
ISSN
1881-7084
NCID
言語
英語
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平和科学研究センター
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