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Keynote and Plenary Session

Aircraft of State and IR’s Hidden Word(s)?

Author: Prof. Dr. Chaiwat Satha-Anand

Issue: Keynote Speech (2) "Aircraft of State and IR’s Missing Words"

Institution: Thammasat University

The Political Future of Haze and Peatlands in Southeast Asia

Author: Dr Helena Varkkey

Issue: Keynote Speech (1) on "Haze in Southeast Asia and Sustainable Development"

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Plenary Session: Human Security and Sustainable Development

Author: H.E Songsak Saicheua, Asst. Prof. Dr. Carl Middleton and Prof. Dr. Mari Katayanagi

Issue: Plenary Session in "Human Security and Sustainable Development"

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PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN IN SRI LANKAN MOVIES: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE WIND BIRD (2003) AND SCENT OF THE LOTUS POND (2004)

Author: Kalpani Dambagolla, Ashawarie Karunanayake

Issue: Media, Social Campaign, and Digital Politics

Institution: University of Peradeniya

FILMING THE HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES FROM BELOW; AN ANALYSIS OF ELLEN BRUNO’S FILM A PATH TO DIGNITY

Author: Kalpani Dambagolla

Issue: Media, Social Campaign, and Digital Politics

Institution: University of Peradeniya

NEED FOR POLICY COHERENCE TO STRENGTHEN PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS; CASE STUDY OF POSCO AND VEDANTA PROJECTS IN INDIA

Author: Kalpalata Dutta

Issue: Human Rights, Policies, and Challenges

Institution: Mahidol University

WHEN MEDIATION WORKS: THE ROLE OF THIRD-PARTIES IN THE MINDANAO CONFLICT

Author: John Lee Candelaria

Issue: International Impact on Peace and Conflict

Institution: Hiroshima University

LEARNING LESSONS FROM THE PAST: PHILIPPINE EXPERIENCE WITH OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT AID AND CHINA’S BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE

Author: Joahnna Esquivias

Issue: Great, Declined And Emerging Powers

Institution: Zhejiang University

INTERSECTIONALITY IN AGE-GAP RELATIONSHIP: A CASE STUDY OF PUMA/CUB RELATIONSHIP (AN OLDER WOMEN AND A YOUNGER MEN)”

Author: Jantanee Kanto

Issue: Gender and Intersectionality

Institution: Chiang Mai University

EXPLORING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (CLE): A CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LAOS

Author: Intha Duangpila

Issue: State, Education, and Emancipation

Institution: Faculty of Law and Political Science, National University of Laos

DEVELOPMENT AGGRESSION IN PANAY: A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF DAM PROJECTS TO THE TUMANDOK INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN THE PHILIPPINES

Author: Harmond Marte

Issue: Society in Search for Peace

Institution: Hiroshima University

SOCIAL MEDIA AS A POLITICAL COMMUNICATION IN POLITICAL PARTY ELECTION CAMPAIGNS IN INDONESIA (2014)

Author: Fauzi Wahyu Zamzami, Zuliyan M. Rizky

Issue: Media, Social Campaign, and Digital Politics

Institution: Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII)

BALI DEMOCRACY FORUM (BDF) AS THE AGENT FOR MYANMAR DEMOCRACY TRANSITIONS (2012-2014)

Author: Fauzi Wahyu Zamzami, Zuliyan M. Rizky

Issue: Democracy and Authoritarianism

Institution: Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII)

CHERNOBYL NUCLEAR EXPLOSION, YEAR 33 The point of view of Ukrainian people

Author: Fabio Calzolari

Issue: Ecology and Sustainability

Institution: Mae Fah Luang University

RISK, VULNERIBILITY AND RESILIENCE: DISASTER, CLIMATE ECOLOGY AND SDGS: THE EFFECT OF HAZE POLLUTION ON MAE SAI'S AIR QUALITY BY USING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS)

Author: Chaowalit Teerawutananont

Issue: International Relations: Trans-Boundary And Transnationalism

Institution: Mae Fah Luang University

REFORMATION OF THE STATE RAILWAY OF THAILAND:  A CHALLENGE FOR THAILAND

Author: Chaiyathip Katsura,Somchai Thamsutiwat

Issue: Governance: Public, Private And People Partnership

Institution: Mae Fah Luang University

SOUTH KOREA AND JAPAN IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA: NORMATIVE POWER AND ITS DISCONTENTS

Author: Kasira Cheeppensook

Issue: Great, Declined And Emerging Powers

Institution: Chulalongkorn University

ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS THROUGH GENDER EQUALITY: A REVIEW WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE WOMEN’S POLITICAL REPRESENTATION IN SRI LANKA

Author: Ashawarie Karunanayake

Issue: Livelihood and Vulnerability

Institution: Social Scientists’ Association