Motofumi Asai, head of the Hiroshima Peace Institute of Hiroshima City University, said the fact that many proposals involving specific timelines were dismissed at final-stage negotiations ''made it clear how strongly the nuclear-weapons states stick to their weapons.
What does HPI stand for?
HPI stands for Hiroshima Peace Institute (Japan)
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Toshiyuki Tanaka, a professor at the Hiroshima Peace Institute at Hiroshima City University, who organized the event, told reporters that organizers had invited White House officials to attend the mock tribunal to represent the defendants' side but there was no response.
Japanologists will be familiar with the research of Yuki Tanaka, Professor at the Hiroshima Peace Institute, Hiroshima City University, Japan, who has already produced provocative work on Japanese World War II war crimes.
We are all scared that young people will lose their interest due to lack of direct access to the radiation victims,'' said Yoshitaka Inoue, deputy chief of the city government-affiliated Hiroshima Peace Institute.
HIROSHIMA, July 17 Kyodo The Hiroshima Peace Institute will pursue four research topics aimed at promoting nuclear disarmament, Yasushi Akashi, a former U.
HIROSHIMA, April 11 Kyodo The new president of the Hiroshima Peace Institute on Wednesday met representatives from seven groups of victims of the August 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima, western Japan, and exchanged views on peace.
The forum, organized by the Japan Institute for International Affairs (JIIA) and the Hiroshima Peace Institute, was set up at the urging of former Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto and Obuchi, then foreign minister, following nuclear tests by India and Pakistan in May 1998.
The forum, organized by the Japan Institute for International Affairs and the Hiroshima Peace Institute, was set up at the urging of former Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto and current Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi, who was then foreign minister, following nuclear tests by India and Pakistan in May 1998.