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(Last Updated: Feb 04, 2021 10:27)

Jeffrey Ordaniel

Department of International Relations

Assistant Professor

jordani@tiu.ac.jp


Education

  1. 2017 Ph.D. - National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)
  2. 2013 M.A. - KDI School of Public Policy and Management
  3. 2011 B.A. - La Salle University/Kyung Hee University

Teaching and Research Interests:

Maritime security in Asia, US Asia policy, US Alliances in Asia, Southeast Asian International Relations, Regionalism

Academic Appointments/Professional Experience

2020-present

Director of Maritime Programs (Non-resident), Pacific Forum

2019-present

Assistant Professor, Tokyo International University

2018-2019

Adm Lloyd Vasey Research Fellow, Pacific Forum

2016-2018

Adm Lloyd Vasey Research Fellow, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Fellowship & Grants

2020-2022

Rule of Law and Maritime Security in Southeast Asia, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS/Kakenhi),

2021

Indo-Pacific Maritime Security Expert Working Group, US Department of State

2020-2021

Strategic Trends Initiatives – Applied Research on US-Vietnam Security Relations, DTRA-US Department of Defense

2020-2021

Strategic Trends Initiatives – Applied Research on US-Indonesia Security Relations, DTRA-US Department of Defense

2019

Indo-Pacific Maritime Security Expert Working Group, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan

2015

Dissertation Research on the South China Sea, Panasonic Kokosuke Matsushita Memorial Research Grant

Selected Publications/Conference Papers

The Philippines, Vietnam and Malaysia in the South China Sea: Coping with China Threat (London: Routledge, 2021)

“Deference and Defiance: Malaysia and ‘China Threat’ in the South China Sea, 1988-2015.” Tun Abdul Razak Occasional Paper Series No. 2. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 2017.

“Balancing National Interest and National Pride: Korea’s Dokdo-Related Public Diplomacy, 2008-2015,” in Korea’s Public Diplomacy, edited by Kadir Ayhan. Seoul: Seoul National. University Press, 2016.

“Internationalization, Legalization and Deterrence: The United States and Japan in the South China Sea,” International Studies Review, 16, no. 2 (December 2015): 93-119.

“South China Sea: The Southeast Asian Perspective,” in Territorial Disputes and International Cooperation in East Asia, edited by Chung Kyung-young. Seoul: Northeast Asia Community. Studies Institute, 2014, 264-269. (In Korean).

Institute for International Strategy

https://www.tiu.ac.jp/iis/members/ordaniel.html