‘The Multipolar 21st Century: Implications for Global Stability'
Dr Craig Mark
Associate Professor,School of International Studies
Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
Associate Professor at the School of International Studies, Kwansei Gakuin University (KGU), teaches and researches in International Security, Foreign Policy and Australian Politics. He also teaches for the School of Law and Politics at KGU, and has previously been a lecturer at Macquarie University, and the University of NSW in Sydney, Australia.
Co-author, 'Understanding International Relations: The World and Japan' (October 2013)
'Politics of the Closest Friend: Abbott, Japan and the Asia-Pacific', The Conversation, October 11 2013
'A Harder Target for Abe's Third Arrow', Business Spectator, October 8, 2013
'Maritime Rivalry in the Asia-Pacific: Prospects for a Regional Arms Control Treaty' (June 2013)
'Edward Snowden's flight shows the limits of US power' (June 2013)
'Trust in the 2013 Australian Election', (June 2013)'
'Connectedness, Identity and Alienation and the Japanese 2013 Election', (April 2013)
'War and Conflict in Africa' (March 2013)
'Geopolitics of the Asia-Pacific: the Fate of Regional Security Institutionalism' (March 2013)
Call for Papers
The Annual Conference on Engineering and Information Technology (ACEAIT 2014) is scheduled for March 28-30, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. It aims at providing a platform for researchers, engineers, academics and industrial professionals to present their recent research work and to explore future trends in various areas of engineering and technology.
ACEAIT 2014 will feature industrial panel sessions and poster sessions. Contributions are expected from academia, industry, and government agencies. All articles will undergo a rigorous review process. Extended version of selected papers will be recommended for our co-work journals.
The 2014 ACEAIT will be a showcase of relevant research that addresses these challenges and opportunities in engineering and technology. During the conference, there should be substantial time for presentation and discussion. In addition, poster sessions offer ample opportunities for information exchange among delegates and participants. It is especially for those who are looking for new opportunities between presenters and participants.
Attendees will find various activities useful in bringing together a diverse group of engineers and technologists from across disciplines for the generation of new ideas, collaboration potential and business opportunities. It will also provide an opportunity for networking for all participants.
We look forward to seeing you at this exciting and productive meeting. See you in Tokyo!
December 20, 2013
Paper Submission Deadline &
Special Sessions Proposal
January 05, 2014
January 25, 2014
Camera-ready version and author registration
March 28-30,2014E-mail: email@example.com