RCAST Security Seminar/Webinar

RCAST Security Seminar/Webinar is in-person or online seminar on various security issues inviting leading scholars visiting Tokyo or virtually from all over the world.

RCAST Security Seminar series was launched in June 2018 by the Religion and Global Security Division and has been held periodically, being recognized as one of the flag-ship public events for RCAST. 

From early 2020 to the middle of 2022, under the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions, RCAST Security Seminars were suspended and all the planned visits and lectures were postponed indefinately or moved to the alternative virtual format, RCAST Security Webinar, until it's resumption as in-person event in January 2023.

From December 2023, RCAST Security Seminar series has been organized jointly by Religion and Global Security Division (Satoshi Ikeuchi Laboratory) and International Security Studies Division (Yu Koizumi Laboratory) as part of the think tank project ROLES. 

分科会

活動記録

2024.04.17 (Wed.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Workshop "War in Gaza and the Changes in the Security Dynamics of the Middle East"

2024.03.14 (Thu.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Seminar on Tunisia's Fallen Democracy

2024.01.24 (Wed.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Seminar on the War on Gaza and the Day After

2024.01.16 (Tue.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Seminar on the War in Ukraine in its 3rd Year by Mr. Michael Kofman

2023.03.30 (Thu.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Seminar on the Situation in Iran

2023.01.07 (Sat.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Seminar "From Diaspora to a Sovereign Nation" by Prof. Shain

2022.12.22 (Thu.)

Seminar

Webinar: Repercussions of the Russo-Ukrainian War on the Middle East and China

2022.12.05 (Mon.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Workshop on the Regional Security in the Middle East and the Indo-Pacific

2022.02.14 (Mon.)

Seminar

ROLES-IGSDA Joint Webinar #1: Beware the Non-State Actors: Houthi Threats on the Gulf Countries”

2022.02.14 (Mon.)

Seminar

ROLES-IGSDA Joint Webinar #2: The Eastern Question Redux? Turkey's Position Between NATO and Russia

2021.03.12 (Fri.)

Seminar

“Frontiers of Security the Present Day Egypt is Faced With: Generational Transformation of Media, Cyber-Attacks and Public Health Crisis”

2021.02.26 (Fri.)

Seminar

Security Threats in Sahel and Sub-Sahara Regions: RCAST Security Webinar Series #3

2021.02.12 (Fri.)

Seminar

Strategic Rivalry in the East Mediterranean Sea: RCAST Security Webinar Series #2

2021.01.22 (Fri.)

Seminar

New Great Game for the Red Sea and the Horn of Africa: RCAST Security Webinar Series #1

構成メンバー

Satoshi IKEUCHI

Professor

Satoshi Ikeuchi is Professor of the Division of Religion and Global Security at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST) of the University of Tokyo. He is the founding head of the RCAST Open Laboratory for Emergence Strategies (ROLES).

For the year 2022-2023, he is Senior Visiting Scholar in Residence at the Moshe Dayan Center (MDC) for Middle Eastern and African Studies of Tel Aviv University.

He is a scholar on Islamic political thought and the Middle East politics. As a leading public intellectual in Japan, he has been vigorously publishing on the Middle East and Islamic affairs.

His first publication based on his doctoral studies, Gendai Arabu-no Shakai Shiso: Shumatsuron-to Isramu-shugi (Contemporary Arab Social Thought: Eschatology and Islamism), was published in 2002 and earned Osaragi Jiro Prize for Critical Works. He also earned Suntory Prize for Social Sciences and Humanities in 2009 for his book Islamu Sekai-no Ronjikata (Methods of Discussing Islam).

His book on the Islamic State Isulamu Koku no Shogeki (The Impact of the Islamic State) published in January 2015 was a nation-wide best seller in Japan and awarded Mainichi Publishing Cultural Prize. His recent publication includes Saikusu Piko Kyotei: Hyakunen no Jubaku (Sykes-Picot Agreement: One Hundred Years of Obsession) in 2016 and Shiiaha to Sunniha (Shite and Sunnite) in 2018 both published from Shinchosha. He is the recipient of the 12th Nakasone Yasuhiro Prize in 2016 for his academic works and social engagements.

His collection of literary essays and book reviews Shomotsu not Unmei (The Fate of Books) published in 2006 and earned Mainichi Book Review Award for the year.

He was a visiting professor at the Alexandria University 2007-2008, Japan Scholar chair visiting scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in 2009 and Visiting Fellow at the Clare Hall, University of Cambridge in 2010. 

He specializes in Middle East politics and Arab-Islamic Thought, particularly on global Jihadism and its implications for international security.
分科会
活動記録
メンバー

活動記録

2024.04.17 (Wed.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Workshop "War in Gaza and the Changes in the Security Dynamics of the Middle East"

2024.03.14 (Thu.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Seminar on Tunisia's Fallen Democracy

2024.01.24 (Wed.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Seminar on the War on Gaza and the Day After

2024.01.16 (Tue.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Seminar on the War in Ukraine in its 3rd Year by Mr. Michael Kofman

2023.03.30 (Thu.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Seminar on the Situation in Iran

2023.01.07 (Sat.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Seminar "From Diaspora to a Sovereign Nation" by Prof. Shain

2022.12.22 (Thu.)

Seminar

Webinar: Repercussions of the Russo-Ukrainian War on the Middle East and China

2022.12.05 (Mon.)

Seminar

RCAST Security Workshop on the Regional Security in the Middle East and the Indo-Pacific

2022.02.14 (Mon.)

Seminar

ROLES-IGSDA Joint Webinar #1: Beware the Non-State Actors: Houthi Threats on the Gulf Countries”

2022.02.14 (Mon.)

Seminar

ROLES-IGSDA Joint Webinar #2: The Eastern Question Redux? Turkey's Position Between NATO and Russia

2021.03.12 (Fri.)

Seminar

“Frontiers of Security the Present Day Egypt is Faced With: Generational Transformation of Media, Cyber-Attacks and Public Health Crisis”

2021.02.26 (Fri.)

Seminar

Security Threats in Sahel and Sub-Sahara Regions: RCAST Security Webinar Series #3

2021.02.12 (Fri.)

Seminar

Strategic Rivalry in the East Mediterranean Sea: RCAST Security Webinar Series #2

2021.01.22 (Fri.)

Seminar

New Great Game for the Red Sea and the Horn of Africa: RCAST Security Webinar Series #1

メンバー

Satoshi IKEUCHI

Professor

Satoshi Ikeuchi is Professor of the Division of Religion and Global Security at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST) of the University of Tokyo. He is the founding head of the RCAST Open Laboratory for Emergence Strategies (ROLES).

For the year 2022-2023, he is Senior Visiting Scholar in Residence at the Moshe Dayan Center (MDC) for Middle Eastern and African Studies of Tel Aviv University.

He is a scholar on Islamic political thought and the Middle East politics. As a leading public intellectual in Japan, he has been vigorously publishing on the Middle East and Islamic affairs.

His first publication based on his doctoral studies, Gendai Arabu-no Shakai Shiso: Shumatsuron-to Isramu-shugi (Contemporary Arab Social Thought: Eschatology and Islamism), was published in 2002 and earned Osaragi Jiro Prize for Critical Works. He also earned Suntory Prize for Social Sciences and Humanities in 2009 for his book Islamu Sekai-no Ronjikata (Methods of Discussing Islam).

His book on the Islamic State Isulamu Koku no Shogeki (The Impact of the Islamic State) published in January 2015 was a nation-wide best seller in Japan and awarded Mainichi Publishing Cultural Prize. His recent publication includes Saikusu Piko Kyotei: Hyakunen no Jubaku (Sykes-Picot Agreement: One Hundred Years of Obsession) in 2016 and Shiiaha to Sunniha (Shite and Sunnite) in 2018 both published from Shinchosha. He is the recipient of the 12th Nakasone Yasuhiro Prize in 2016 for his academic works and social engagements.

His collection of literary essays and book reviews Shomotsu not Unmei (The Fate of Books) published in 2006 and earned Mainichi Book Review Award for the year.

He was a visiting professor at the Alexandria University 2007-2008, Japan Scholar chair visiting scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in 2009 and Visiting Fellow at the Clare Hall, University of Cambridge in 2010. 

He specializes in Middle East politics and Arab-Islamic Thought, particularly on global Jihadism and its implications for international security.