2004 COE Summer International Symposium in Japanese

Siberia and the Russian Far East in the 21st Century :
 Partners in the "Community of Asia"
On July 14-16, 2004

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Presenter Profiles at the Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University
2004 COE Summer International Symposium

Special Session : “The Redefining of Siberia and the Russian Far East”


・Director of the Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia
Resources: Economy and Thrift, Nauka, 1990
Long-range Planning of the West-Siberian Oil and Gas Complex, Nauka, 1987

Gilbert ROZMAN

・Musgrave Professor of Sociology of Princeton University, USA
Northeast Asia’s Stunted Regionalism: Bilateral Distrust in the Shadow of Globalization, Cambridge University Press, 2004
Japan’s Response to the Gorbachev Era, 1985-1991: A Rising Superpower Views A Declining One, Princeton University Press, 1992

Session 1 : “The Regional Economy of Siberia and the Russian Far East – Being integrated internally or transnationally?”


・Vice-Director of Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia
・Federalism and Regional Policy in Russia under condition of strengthening of the power vertical, Region: Economics and Sociology, 2004, No.1, 2004
・Socio-economic strategies for the development of Siberian scientific background and the implementation, Strategies of the Russian macro-regions, 2004 (with V. Kuleshov)

YIN Jianping

・Professor of the Institute of Siberia, Heilongjiang Academy of Social sciences, Harbin, China
Siberia and the Far East – Development of International Politics and Economic Relations, the World Knowledge Publishing, 2002
An Outline of Economic and Social Development in Eastern Russia, (collaboration) Heilongjiang Education Press, 2001


・Vice-head of the Institute for Russian & East European Economic Studies of Japan Association for Trade with Russia & Central-Eastern Europe, Japan
・State of Progress in Russia’s Systematic Transactions: The Possibility of an End to Underinvestment, Bulletin of Research Institute of Economic Science, No.32, March, 2002
・Economic relations between Japan and CIS: Japanese enterprises’ experiences and prospects during 10 years after dissolving of the USSR, in Measures for our enterprises’ expansion of relations with CIS, The Export-Import Bank of Korea, 2001

Session 2 : “International Crossroads for the Security of Asia” (Roundtable)


・Professor of Political Science, Vladivostok State University of Economics, Vice President for International Programs, Vladivostok, Russia
International Cooperation in Economics, Trade and Education in North East Asia, Vladivostok State University of Economics, Vladivostok, 2003
The Russian Far East’s Development Strategy, and Its International Aspects, Institute of Economic Research, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Khabarovsk, 2003


・Professor of the Department of International Relations, Suzuka Kokusai University, Japan
・The National Interests of Russia and North Korea’s Nuclear Issues and Its Reformation, Russian Foreign Policy Today Ⅰ, Slavic Research Center Hokkaido University, 2004
・Russian policy on the Korean Peninsula, Russian Diplomacy on Asia and the Pacific region under the Putin Administrationthe Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2001


NI Xiaoquan

・Professor of the Institute of Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, CASS, Beijing, China
・(Research Paper) U.S. policy toward Russia, 2002
・(Research Paper) Russia after 9. 11 – Relationship with the United States, 2002


・Professor of Department of International Relations, Director of the Center for International Studies at Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
Between Dragon and Eagle: South Korea-China Bilateralism and the United States, forthcoming
Central Control and Local Discretion in China: Leadership and Implementation during Post-Mao Decollectivization, Oxford University Press, 2000

Session 3 : “Energy Cooperation or Confrontation in Northeast Asia?”


・Head of the Research Section on Energy and Transport Economy, Economic Research Institute of the Far eastern Branch of The Russian Academy of Sciences, Khabarovsk, Russia
The Problems of Strategic Planning of Regional Energy, Vladivostok, 2001
・National Energy Futures Analysis and Energy Security Perspectives in Russian Far East. Paper Prepared for the East Asia Energy Futures Project, Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development. Berkeley, 2000

Keun Wook PAIK

・Associate fellow of Sustainable Development Programme of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, UK
Supervisor of China’s Natural Gas Report, (co-author), Xinhua News Agency and RIIA, 1998
Gas and Oil in Northeast Asia: Policies, Projects and Prospects,The Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1995

TOICHI Tsutomu

・Managing Director of the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan
Petroleum – Japan’s decision, JMA Management Center Inc, Tokyo, 1993
Will a third oil crisis break out? Nikkei, Tokyo, 1990

Session 4 : “The writing of Histories on Sakhalin and the Kuriles”

Mikhail S. VYSOKOV

・Director of the Institute of History, Sociology and Administration of Sakhalin State University, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia
Telecommunications in the Russian Empire from its inception to the beginning of 20th Century, Sakhalin State University, 2003
The Sakhalin Economy, Book Publishing House, 2003 (collaboration)


・Professor of the Department of History, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA
Racing the Enemy: Stalin, Truman, and the Surrender of Japan, Harvard University Press, Forthcoming
Hopporyodo mondai to nichiro kankei, Chikumashobo, Tokyo, 2000

Session 5 : “Chekhov, Sakhalin, Japan”


・Museum Director, Anton Chekhov’s “Sakhalin Island” Museum, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia
Reading A.Chekhov’s Travel Notes; “History Lives Here”, Compilation of Articles, Sakhalin Oblast’ Archives Department, 2003
Chekhov’s “Sakhalin Island” Museum’s New Concept in the New Millennium. Piatigorsk, 2003

Andrew R. DURKIN

・Associate Professor of Indiana University, USA
Sergei Aksakov and Russian Pastoral, Rutgers University Press, 1983
・Chekhov’s Response to Dostoevskii: The Case of ‘Ward Six’, Slavic Review, Spring, 1981


・Associate Professor of Hokkaido University, Japan
・Expressions of memories in emigrant autobiographic literature, The Bulletin of Slavic Essays, No. 5, 2001
・Beyond space and time – I.A. Bunin and modernism, The Bulletin of Japanese, Russian, East European Studies, No.17 1996

Session 6 : “Russo-Japanese Relations in Fisheries – Past, Present and Future”

Anatolii T. MANDRIK

・Professor of the Institute of History, Archaeology, and Ethnography of the Far eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok, Russia
History of Russian Far East 1922-1940, collection of thesis, forthcoming
History of fishing in Russia Far East 1927-1940, Vladivostok.


・Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan
・Fishery regulation and promotion on the coast of the Priamur Governor-Generalship in 1884-1903, The Bulletin of Russian History Studies, No.73, 2003
・The Dawn of Modern Whaling in Northeast Asia, Slavic Studies, No.49, 2002

ARAI Nobuo

・Professor of the Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, Japan
・”Development Projects on Sakhalin Continental Shelf and Position of Local Users of Marine Resources”, T.Murakami (ed.), Development of Oil and Gas Resources on Sakhalin Continental Shelf and Environmental Preservation
・”Northern Territories” and the Utilization of Marine Resources”, Possible Measures to Establish Favorable Community Based Cohabitation, Kushiro Municipal University, 2001.