THE RISE OF ASIA 2024 – Le Havre Inaugural Session – Roundtable “The Rise of Asia and Wars”

THE RISE OF ASIA IN GLOBAL HISTORY AND PERSPECTIVE

Offline and online international and inter-trans-disciplinary conference, Paris and Le Havre, France, February 21-23, 2024

Le Havre Inaugural Session
THE RISE OF ASIA AND WARS
Hybrid session, Thursday, February 22, 2024
University Le Havre Normandy, Le Havre
Room Raymond Queneau, Student House
50 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau 76600 Le Havre

Masters of ceremony: Julie Balzard and Sarah Dulongchamps (Students of Master’s Degree in Exchanges with Asia, University Le Havre Normandy)
Opening Speakers:
Jean-Noël Castorio (Vice-President of University Le Havre Normandy)
Morgane Chevé (Dean of the Faculty of International Affairs, University Le Havre Normandy)
Myriam Boussahba-Bravard (Director of GRIC – Group of Research on Identities and Cultures, University Le Havre Nomrnady)
Luh Anik Mayani (Attaché of Education and Culture, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia Paris, France)

Roundtable “THE RISE OF ASIA AND WARS”

Co-chairs:
Darwis Khudori, Indonesia/France (Doctor, Architecture, History, Arab and Muslim World, Asian Studies, Director of Master’s Degree in Exchanges with Asia, Conference Initiator and Convenor, GRIC, University Le Havre Normandy, France).
Isaac Bazié, Burkina Faso/Canada (Doctor, Comparative Literature, Professor, Department of African Studies, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada).

Keynote Speaker:
Connie Rahakundini Bakrie, Indonesia (Doctor, Senior Defence and Military Analyst, Lecturer, University Jendral Ahmad Yani, Jakarta).

Offline Speakers:
Ouyang Xiangying, China (Doctor, Political Sciences, Russian Studies, IWEP Institute of World Economics and Politics, CASS Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China).
Seema Mehra Parihar, India (Doctor, Geography, Professor, Kirori Mal College, Fellow, Delhi School of Public Health, Institute of Eminence, University of Delhi).
Makram Khoury Machool, Palestine/UK (Doctor, Professor, Political Communication, International Relations, Cambridge Centre for Palestine Studies, Cambridge).
Isaac Bazié, Burkina Faso/Canada (Doctor, Comparative Literature, Professor, Department of African Studies, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada).
Marina Shilina, Russia (Doctor, Strategic Communication, Digital Media, Critical Data Studies, Independent Researcher, Moscow, Russia).

Online Speakers:
Dhananjay Rai, India (Doctor, Political Sciences, Assistant Professor, Centre for Gandhian Thought and Peace Studies, Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India; and Visiting Fellow, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, India).
Dimitris Konstantakopoulos, Greece (Diploma of Physics, D.E.A. on Information Processing, Journalist and Writer, Editor of Defend Democracy Press, member of the editorial board of Utopie Critique, Athens).
Dragana Mitrovic, Serbia (Doctor, Political Economy, Founder and Director of the Institute for Asian Studies, Professor, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade).
Gracjan Cimek, Poland (Doctor, Political Science, International Relations, Professor, Polish Naval Academy, Poland).
István Tarrosy, Hungary (Doctor, Political Sciences, African Studies, Professor, University of Pecs, Hungary)
Beatriz Bissio, Uruguay/Brazil (Doctor, History, Political Sciences, Professor, Institute of Philosophy and Social Sciences, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil).