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Shiratori was appointed to be
Honorary Consul-General of Malta
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Conference of International Simulation and Gaming Association
was held in Kazusa Academia Park from August 25 to 29, 2003.

Professor Shiratori served as Chairman of Organization Committee
You can see photographs taken in ISAGA2003

Shiratori's Article on Kosovo Elections of Oct. 28, 2000
(Japan Times: November 14, 2000)

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Professor Rei SHIRATORI, President of the Institute for Political Studies in Japan, is specialized in the theory of modern political analysis and is famous for his sharpness in theoretical approach to the contemporary politics.
He is recognized as the most reliable scholar in the analysis of political parties, elections, and voters' consciousness in Japan. He was President of Japan Association of Urban Management and Local Government Studies from 1994 - 1997. He is currently President of Japan Association of Simulation & Gaming since 1999. (Written by Professor Y.Okino, Niigata University)

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Campaign in Indonesian Election

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Picture was taken by Rei Shiratori
who was engaged in observation in June 1999


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