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  1. Japan-Russia Collaboration: Modern Condition and Prospects for Development The fIFTH Japan - RussiaSTUDENTS forum December 17-21, 2012 LomonosovMoscow State University Japan-Russia Youth Exchange Center Supported by embassy of japan in russia

  2. Timetable DECEMBER 18 (TUESDAY), MSU FUNDAMENTAL LIBRARY 09.30 – 10.00 PARTICIPANTS REGISTRATION 10.00 – 11.15 OPENING CEREMONY 11.15 – 17.45 SESSIONS: • JAPAN-RUSSIA RELATIONS AND REGIONAL COOPERATION IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION • SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN JAPAN AND RUSSIA IN MODERN TIMES 13.30 – 14.15 LUNCH BREAK

  3. DECEMBER 19 (WEDNESDAY), MSU FUNDAMENTAL LIBRARY 09.30 – 10.00 PARTICIPANTS REGISTRATION 10.00 – 17.00 SESSIONS: • JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE • JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN BUSINESS: THE RECIPROCAL BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE BETTER FUTURE 13.00 – 14.00 LUNCH BREAK 17.00 – 18.00 CLOSING REMARKS AND CONCLUSION AWARDING CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION 18.00 – 19.00 RECEPTION • DECEMBER 20 (THURSDAY) «SHUVALOVSKIY» BUILDING GYM 10.00 – 12.30 BASKETBALL COMPETITION

  4. YAMAWAKI Dai Kyoto University Graduate School of Economics RAEVSKIY Alexander Lomonosov Moscow State University Keynote Speech

  5. JAPAN-RUSSIA RELATIONS AND REGIONAL COOPERATION IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION HIRANO Mitsushiro, Soka University, Faculty of Economics HARA Akari, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University The Significance of Cultural Exchanges for the Future Partnership between Russia and Japan

  6. YAMAWAKI Dai, Graduate School of Economics, Graduate School of Advanced Leadership Studies, Kyoto University Bilateral Cooperation between Japan and Russia in the Energy LYAKHOVENKO Oleg, Lomonosov Moscow State University Faculty of Political Science Opportunities and Perspectives for Russian-Japanese Energy Cooperation JAPAN-RUSSIA RELATIONS AND REGIONAL COOPERATION IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION

  7. HASEGAWA Takeyuki Tohoku University MIYASAKA Narihisa University of Tsukuba JAPAN-RUSSIA RELATIONS AND REGIONAL COOPERATION IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION OKADA Masahiro Doshisha University China’s Economic and Military Growth: How Do We Achieve the Regional Cooperation in East Asia and the Pacific?

  8. JAPAN-RUSSIA RELATIONS AND REGIONAL COOPERATION IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION • SATO Takanobu, Tottori University, Faculty of Medicine, Public Health Research, Division of Health Administration and Promotion • Promotion of Exchanges between the Two Countries by the Business Side

  9. JAPAN-RUSSIA RELATIONS AND REGIONAL COOPERATION IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION • USKOV Roman, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Global Processes • Japan-Russia Cooperation in APEC • IWATA Chikako, Keio University, Department of Political Science, Faculty of Law • Economic Cooperation through International Institutions

  10. PETRENEVA Ekaterina, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Economics Social Problems in Japan and Russia NOGUCHI Ai, Keio University, Faculty of Law and Political Science Internet and Nationalism in Japan SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN JAPAN AND RUSSIA IN MODERN TIMES

  11. OMURA Haruna, Kyoto University, Faculty of Law A problem Involving the Internet Use and the Invasion of Individuals’ Private Life MATVEEV Sergey, Lomonosov Moscow State University, The Institute of Asian and African Studies Contemporary Youth Culture: Comparative Analysis SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN JAPAN AND RUSSIA IN MODERN TIMES

  12. NOMURA Masaki, The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Letters How the Internet has an Influence on Japanese Subculture - with a Brief Case Study of AKB48 MORI Takashi, University of Tsukuba, School of Social and International Studies Practical Use of the Internet in Case of Emergency, Great East Japan Earthquake SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN JAPAN AND RUSSIA IN MODERN TIMES

  13. KOMA Eriko, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies What is More Fascinating Thing than Eating, Smoking, Sleeping and Having Sex? Internet Addiction! KOBZAR Konstantin, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Global Processes Social Isolation SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN JAPAN AND RUSSIA IN MODERN TIMES

  14. WATANABE Yurie, Aoyama Gakuin University, Literature Department, British and American Literature Free Flow of Information Verses Censorship: An International Debate UEMURA Chieko, Hokkaido University, Department of Education, Industrial Education Can Free or Low-cost Online Education Tackle The Education Gap? SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN JAPAN AND RUSSIA IN MODERN TIMES

  15. NEKLUDOVA Ksenia, Lomonosov Moscow State University, The Institute of Asian and African Studies Ageing Population of Japan and Russia MIYANO Sayumi, The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Arts and Sciences Election 2012 - How the Internet Changes Elections in Japan SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN JAPAN AND RUSSIA IN MODERN TIMES

  16. SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN JAPAN AND RUSSIA IN MODERN TIMES • ROKASHEVICH Anastasia, Academy of Public Administration, Faculty of Public Administration • Social Policy: the Political and Economic Rationality (Case Study of Leninskiy Municipal District)

  17. KUJIME Yuta, Keio University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering Science and Technology Cooperation HAMADA Sakie, University of Tsukuba, School of Social and International Studies, College of International Studies Education in Japan. How Do Schools Support Students’ Learning in Japan? JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE

  18. HATORI Kaoru, Akita International University, Division of Liberal Arts YOSHIZAKI Maya, Kyoto University, Faculty of Law JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE Sharing Our Strong Points for Future Japanese and Russian Students

  19. NIKOLSKAYA Anna, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Public Administration Education in Japan and Russia: Advantages and Disadvantages ARSANUKAEVA Amina, Lomonosov Moscow State University, The Institute of Asian and African Studies Japanese Language Studies at University and Future Prospects JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE

  20. TSOI Olga, Lomonosov Moscow State University, The Institute of Asian and African Studies UKRAINTSEVA Anna, Lomonosov Moscow State University, The Institute of Asian and African Studies Studying Japanese Tea Ceremony in Russia JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE

  21. UEDA Nanoko, Waseda University, School of Political Science and Economics TAHARA Ayano, The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Law, Department of Politics Education Towards the “True” Peace between Our Countries-The Question of the Territorial Issue JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE

  22. VASILYEV Alexander, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Chemistry Japan-Russia Cooperation in Radiochemistry and Radioecology KUNGAA Mergen, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Geography Coastal Management in Japan and Russia JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE

  23. JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE • AKHLEBININSKAYA Ksenia, Lomonosov Moscow State University, The Institute of Asian and African Studies • Japanese Art • KULESHOVA Yulia, Lomonosov Moscow State University, The Institute of Asian and African Studies • Contemporary Artistic Avant-Garde: the Influence of Avant-Garde Art on Japanese Art • ZAKHARYEVA Elena, Lomonosov Moscow State University, The Institute of Asian and African Studies • Translations of Classical Literature from Japanese to Russian and from Russian to Japanese; Japanese Movies That Have Achieved Recognition Among Western Audience

  24. GOLOVIN Maxim, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Public Administration Prospects for Cooperation in the Sphere of Energy MUNEISHI Ayako, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Department of Foreign Languages Pay Attention to the Japanese Market JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN BUSINESS: THE RECIPROCAL BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE BETTER FUTURE

  25. DOI Ryota, Sophia University, Department of Materials and Life sciences How the Ongoing Energy Business Cooperation Will Bring Benefits to Us VOROSHILOV Igor, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Global Processes Prospects for Development of Japan-Russia Business Cooperation JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN BUSINESS: THE RECIPROCAL BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE BETTER FUTURE

  26. TETSOEV Zaurbek, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Economics Trends and Prospects for the Development of Relations between Russia and Japan in the Field of Direct Investments SHIMIZU Yugo, Kyoto University, The Faculty of Economics Risks on Doing Business in Russia JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN BUSINESS: THE RECIPROCAL BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE BETTER FUTURE

  27. JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN BUSINESS: THE RECIPROCAL BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE BETTER FUTURE • STEGNIENKO Alexandra, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Geography • Japan-Russia Collaboration in Tourism • NAGAHAMA Kenta, Keio University, Faculty of Environmental Information • Innovation Strategy between Japan and Russia

  28. ITO Takumi, Hitosubashi University, Faculty of Economics The Corporation Through Skolkovo Project ONISHI Fumiko, Osaka University, Faculty of Foreign study, Dept.Russian Красавицы Make Our Countries More Energetic!! JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN BUSINESS: THE RECIPROCAL BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE BETTER FUTURE

  29. IZAWA Motoyasu, Waseda University, School of Commerce Let's Focus Our Business on Far East and Move Forward USUDA Naoki, The University of Tokyo, Economy Department Japan-Russia Economics Co-operation about the Transportation on Trans-Siberian Railway JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN BUSINESS: THE RECIPROCAL BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE BETTER FUTURE

  30. JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN BUSINESS: THE RECIPROCAL BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE BETTER FUTURE • NESTEROV Sergey, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Law • Russian-Japanese Trade and Economic Relations in the Automotive Industry Sphere • ASTAFYEVA Anastasya, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Psyhology • Japan-Russia Cooperation in the sphere of energetics

  31. JAPAN-RUSSIA COOPERATION IN BUSINESS: THE RECIPROCAL BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE BETTER FUTURE • Egorova Alevtina,Lomonosov Moscow State University, The Institute of Asian and African Studies • Japan – Russian youth collaboration (the trip of Russian students to Japan and Japanese students to Russia in august-september 2012 withJCI Japan)