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QU president Dr Hassan al-Derham and Waseda University president Dr Aiji Tanaka signed the agreement, which is of mutual interest and draws from the common potential through exchange of best expertise, and supporting research activities in the fields of language, literature, culture, religion, history, politics, economics, international relations and the two countries relationship with aspects related to Islamic civilisation.
Gu Aiji confirms that "the texts of the classics are disorderly in terms of their written words ...; in any particular case, when one reads books it is necessary to first have knowledge of written words; if one desires to have knowledge of written words it is necessary to first investigate graphic structures ...; the philology of antiquity has now, in modern times, been cut off." (12) This is the paradigmatic complaint of traditional Chinese philologists, and perhaps even a good definition of philological practice itself, in that in the act of doing philology per se one must always begin with the assumption that something has been lost, misread, or misunderstood beforehand.
Ilisidi, the aiji's grandmother and herself a considerable power, lies outside her grandson's man'chi, and so also outside Bren's, but gives unmistakable signs (after initial suspicion and very rough treatment) of admiring and being amused by Bren and of wishing him well, not only as a loyal instrument, or, as she declares in Destroyer, 'our true lode-stone of virtue'.
Reznet is also doing an important job of recruiting Native Americans into our journalism pipeline: Many of the AIJI and reznet students have said their initial interest in journalism came from reading reznet and seeing the work of other Native college students who have, in fact, become the missing role models.
Waseda University Professor Aiji Tanaka introduces the results of a simulation he ran before the last general election in 2000 in ''Will 65% Voter Turnout Be Enough for a Change in Government?''
The court said Aiji Tachibana, 68, neglected his duties by failing to report to the board of directors losses he made through financial engineering.
Russell Dalton and Aiji Tanaka describe the polarization of parties in these systems, and find that the clarity of electoral choice varies substantially across these nations, almost independent of the electoral structures that Reilly describes.
(13.) Scott Flanagan, "Electoral Change in Japan." In Russell Dalton, Scott Flanagan, and Paul Beck, eds., Electoral Change in Advanced Industrial Democracies (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984); Herbert Weisberg and Aiji Tanaka, "Change in the Spatial Dimensions of Party Conflict: The Case of Japan in the 1990s," Political Behavior 23 (2001): 75-101.
Dalton and Aiji Tanaka show in their chapter in this volume.
Dalton and Aiji Tanaka suggest in their article, the left/right divide in Taiwan is an indirect way to tap nationalist sentiments.
The familiar left-right cleavage has been absent in most East Asian contexts (see article by Dalton and Aiji Tanaka in this issue).