|Division||Department of Comparative Contemporary Politics|
|Research fields|| International Relations,
Japan's Foreign Policy
Teaching and Research Appointments
|April 2010 - March 2019||Associate Professor, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo|
|August 2011||ARI Fellow, Asiatic Research Institute, Korea University|
|September 2014 - December 2014||ludwig-maximillians-universität München, Japan Zentrum, Visiting Fellow|
|April 2019||Professor, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo|
Topics of research
- 1International Political Economy of Foreign Aid
- 2Japan's foreign policy after World War II
- 3International Crises in the Asia Pacific
- 4Philosophy of Social Science
- “Revision of Kishi's Foreign Policy; The Proposal and Collapse of the Ideas of Southeast Asian Development Fund,”, Studies of International Relations vol.17, 2001, pp.57-80, [in Japanese].
- “The Ministerial Conference for the Economic Development of Southeast Asia and Japanese diplomacy; Japan's Initiative and its Limitations in the 1960s,”, International Relations vol.144, 2006, pp.1-15, [in Japanese].
- “An Asian Community' in 1962; the proposal for the OAEC and Japan,”, Asian Studies, vol.52, no4, 2007, pp.1-19, [in Japanese] (Winner of the Japan Association for Asian Studies Award).
- “A Japanese Diplomatic Victory?: Japan's Regionalism and the Politics between Japan, the United States and Southeast Asia, 1965-1966”, The Memoirs of the Institute of Oriental Culture, 9(1), vol.151, 2007, pp.382-416.
- “Reviewing the Dichotomized Japan’s Foreign Policy Orientations,”, Leviathan, vol.40, 2007, pp.234-253, [in Japanese].
- The Rise and Fall of Japan's Regional Diplomacy:1952-1966, Bokutakusha, 351pp, 2008, [in Japanese] (Winner of the The Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize).
- “Utilize the Space Variable, “Utilize the Log Feature and File Input/Output Functions” in Susumu Yamakage, Modeling and Expanding Artificial Societies: Introduction to Multi-Agent Simulation with artisoc, 2009, pp341-353, 364-370.
- “Co-Prosperity Sphere Again?: United States Foreign Policy and Japan's ‘First’ Regionalism in the 1950s”, Pacific Affairs, Vol. 82, No.3, pp.385-405, 2009.
- “Book Review, Acharya, Amitav, (2009) Whose Ideas Matter?: Agency and Power in Asian Regionalism,” Pacific Affairs, Vol.83, No.3, 2010, pp. 547-548.
- “Simulating the Process of Policy Making: The case of the Cuban Missile Crisis,” (with Takuto Sakamoto) A Study on Dynamism of International Order with Application of the Multi-Agent Modeling, Working Paper Series, No.04, 28p, 2010.
- “Theorizing Diplomatic History in International Relations,” Leviathan, No.47, pp.129-145, 2010 [in Japanese].
- “Book Review, Hatch, Walter F., (2010) Asia's Flying Geese: How Regionalization Shapes Japan,” Social Science Japan Journal, 2011, Vol.14, No.1, pp.117-121.
- “Building an ‘East Asian Community’ in Vain: Japan's Power Shift and Economic Regionalism in the New Millennium”, The Journal of Social Science, Vol. 63, Nos.3-4, 2011 [in Japanese].
- “Watershed at the Cuban Missile Crisis: Inside the White house with Multi-agent simulation” (with Takuto Sakamoto and Susumu Yamakage), Shosekikobo Hayama, 170pp+iii, 2012 [in Japanese].
- “Book Review, Edited by Makoto Iokibe; translated and annotated by Robert D. Elridge, (2011) The Diplomatic History of Postwar Japan: Winner of the 1999 Yoshida Shigeru Prize,” Pacific Affairs, Vol.85, No.2, 2012, pp. 408-410.
- “Book Review, Japan, China and Networked Regionalism in East Asia,” Social Science Japan Journal, 2013, Vol.16, No.2, pp. 349-351.
- “Regionalization and Regionalism in East Asia,” ISS Discussion Paper Series, F-162, Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo, March 2013.
- “History and Theory in International Relations,”ISS Discussion Paper Series, J-208, Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo, March 2013 [in Japanese].
- “From Theory of Regional Integration to Regionalism“, ISS Discussion Paper Series, J-216, Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo, February 2015 (in Japanese).
- “Building an “East Asian Community” in vain: Japan's Power Shift and Regionalism in the New Millennium,” ISS Discussion Paper Series, F-172, Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo, February 2015.
- Integrating History and Theory, Tokyo, Keisoshobo, 2015 (in Japanese).
- ““U.S.–Japan Relations and Official Development Aid”, International Relations, vol.186, 2017, pp.129-145 [in Japanese].
- ““Official Development Aid and International Trade: A Panel Study of DAC members”, ISS Discussion Paper Series J-221, 2017, p.30 [in Japanese].
- “The Fukuda Doctrine and ASEAN”, Nenpo - Nihon Gendaishi, Vol.23, 2018, pp.247-284 [in Japanese]
- “Social Sciences and History: Is an Integration of the two disciplines possible?” , Organizational Science, Vol.51, No.2, 2017, pp.4-13[in Japanese].
|Graduate School of Law and Politics, The University of Tokyo||Qualitative Methods in International Relations|
|Graduate School of International Studies and Regional Development, University of Niigata Prefecture||Qualitative Methods in Political Research|