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The 2nd International Symposium on Education, Psychology, Society and Tourism
ISEPST 2014)

The 2nd ISEPST is now inviting professors, researchers, graduate students, academics and any other interested parties to join the International Symposium on Education, Psychology, Society and Tourism. The 2nd ISEPST is going to be held in Tokyo, Japan during March 28 to 30, 2014. Papers/Abstract from professors, post-doctorate researchers, independent researchers, and worldwide scholars are welcomed to be presented on this vital academic event.

Inquires referred to Registration & Submission, Accommodation and Transportation and so on, please email to the secretariat at isepst@isepst.org

2014 Tentative Program Announcement

Thanks for your support. The tentative program of ISEPST 2014 has been announced from our advisory committee board.

Please click201403-Tokyo Tentative Program-0221.pdf (Update: 2/26)
Please notify your co-authors, review all of your information, and alert us RIGHT NOW to any changes that need to be made.

We do NOT accept any requests for modifying the author’s information after  Feb. 26, 2014. Thanks for your cooperation.
Please contact isepst@isepst.org for further assistant


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News from ISEPST

Sorry, there are no more available rooms at the conference venue (Toshi Center Hotel) during the conference date. Below are nearby hotels with cheaper rate which you may also choose from (http://www.agoda.com/?cklg=1) :

1. " Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu" Rate per room per night : US$ 137-255
2. " Hotel Sunroute Akasaka " Rate per room per night : US$ 94-150
3. " Akasaka Granbell Hotel" Rate per room per night : US$ 94-139
4. " APA Villa Hotel Akasaka-Mitsuke" Rate per room per night : US$ 97-109

Should you encounter any problems, email me immediately. Look forward to seeing you in Tokyo, Japan.

VISA Announcement from ISEPST 

Please note ISEPST is not authorized to assist with the VISA process beyond providing the Notification of Acceptance Letter issued by the ISEPST Committee Board. 

Should your application be denied, ISEPST cannot change the decision of the Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, nor will ISEPST engage in discussion or correspondence with the MOFA or the Embassy of Japan on behalf of the applicant. The registration fee 
cannot be refunded when the VISA application of individual being denied.

Keynote Speech

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)


[Photos] 201403 Tokyo


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