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Department of International Relations
Professor, Dean of the E-Track Program
- 1997 Ph.D. - Columbia, Department of Political Science.
- 1989 M.A. - International Affairs, American University
- 1987 B.A. - International Studies, Tokyo International University
Teaching and Research Interests:
Global Politics, Japanese Foreign Policy, War and Public Memory
Academic Appointments/Professional Experience
Visiting Scholar, Swedish Institute of International Affairs
Visiting Scholar, University of California, Irvine
Visiting Fellow, Vanderbilt University
Professor, Tokyo International University
Associate Professor, Tokyo International University
Assistant Professor, Tokyo International University
Assistant Professor, Drake University
Fellowship & Grants
Suntory Foundation Research Grant
Fulbright Research Grant
Research Institute for Peace and Security Fellow
Selected Publications/Conference Papers
Handbook on Postwar Japanese Foreign Policy (in Japanese, Minerva Shobo, 2017).
Limits to Power: Asymmetric Dependence and Japan’s Foreign Aid Policy (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2003).
Japanese Foreign Policy in Asia and the Pacific: Domestic Interests, American Pressure, and Regional Integration (Co-edited with Yoichiro Sato, New York: Palgrave 2001).
“Where Do Norms Come From? Foundations of
“Gaiatsu and Japan's Foreign Aid: Rethinking the Reactive-Proactive Debate,” International Studies Quarterly. Vol. 43, No. 4 (1999): 695-732.