Hiroshima Peace Science
Volume 18
Date of Issue:1995
current number
PRINT ISSN : 0386-3565
ONLINE ISSN : 2434-9135
Publisher : The Center for Peace, Hiroshima University
Peace studies in the 21st century and the contribution of Hiroshima
Suzuki Yuji
PP. 1 - 24
Hiroshima : Symbol of the past ; Hope for the future
Summy Ralph
PP. 25 - 44
The U.S. state department and the reciprocal trade policy during the great depression era : Paradox in the idea of world peace through economic prosperity
Kano Tadao
PP. 45 - 85
Abolishment of extraterritoriality' and 'maintenance of public peace' : A study on 'continuation' before and after the Manchurian incident
PP. 87 - 111
Papua New Guinea's affiliation to APEC : Pursuit of Asia-Pacific diplomacy
PP. 113 - 129
National minorities and state border : A typology
Matsuo Masatsugu
PP. 131 - 143
The fourth WorId Conference on Women (FWCW = Beijing Conference) and the advancement of the status of women
Kodera Sayoko
PP. 145 - 166
The challenge of employee development learning programme in workplace learning (No.2) : A new possibility of adult continuing education in the U.K. (No.6)
Anezaki Yoichi Saguchi Masaaki Tamura Keiko
PP. 167 - 208
Memoir on self-reliant change of Thai village <Research Note>
Takeuchi Johzen
PP. 209 - 228
Searching for alternative perspective toward world politics : Mary Kaldor, The Imaginary War : Understanding the East- West Conflict <Book Review>
Sawada Sinji
PP. 229 - 243