||Professor, Department of the History of the Middle East, University of Haifa, Israel. Senior Fellow, U.S. Institute of Peace. Senior Associate, St. Anthony's College, Oxford. Fellow, The Rockefeller Foundation.
Ph.D, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
Former Senior Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars.
|Building Towards Crisis: Saddam Husayn's Strategy of Survival (Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 1998)|
|Iraq's Road to War, (joint editor, St. Martins Press, 1993)|
|Culture, History and Ideology in the Formation of Ba'thist Iraq: 1968-1989 (Macmillan, 1991)|
||Senior Policy Analyst, European Policy Centre, Brussels.
Ph.D, Hamburg University (2002), on US-Japan Security Alliance.
Former Research Fellow, European Institute for Asian Studies, Brussels.
Articles published in the Asahi Shinbun, Asia Times, and elsewhere.
||Visiting Scholar at Keio University.
M.P.P., Harvard University; B.A., Yale University; Fulbright Scholar (in Fiji).
Former Research Advisor at NIRA and International Affairs Fellow, Japan Council on Foreign Relations.
Former Senior Foreign Policy Advisor to the late Senator William Roth.
Author of two books.
||Council on Foreign Relations Hitachi Fellow. Visiting Scholar, Research Institute for Economy, Trade, and Industry (RIETI). Senior Associate, National Institute for Public Policy (USA).
MBA, Yale University School of Management, 1989.
BA, Harvard University School of Government, 1983.
Former Senior Fellow in National Security Studies, Hudson Institute (USA).
|America's Inadvertent Empire (Yale University Press, 2004, co-author with W. E. Odom)
|Korean Unification and After (2000)
|Korea: Pivot of Northeast Asian Security (1998)
|Europe 2005 (1995, with W.E. Odom)
||Professor, Institute of World Studies, Takushoku University
Graduated from Peshawar University, Pakistan, Dept of History
|25 Year War in Afghanistan, The Post Taliban
||Professor, Osaka School of International Public Policy, Osaka University
MA (University of Tokyo), Ph.D (Osaka University)
|Global Governance|Seifu naki Chitsujo no Mosaku (Global Governance --In Search for an Order without Government (co-authored, in Japanese) (Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 2001)
|Iraku Senso to Jieitai Haken (The Iraq War and the Dispatch of the Self Defense Forces) (co-authored in Japanese) (Tokyo: Toyokeizaishimposha, 2004)
|Funso to Fukko Shien-Heiwa Kochiku ni Muketa Kokusai-shakai no Taio (Conflicts and Reconstruction Assistance: International Response for Peacebuilding) (co-authored in Japanese) (Tokyo, Yuhikaku, 2004)
||Senior Research Associate, East Asian Instiute, Columbia University
MPA, Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School. BA, U. of Wisconsin.
As Foreign Service officer, served as Minister Counselor for Political Affairs, US Mission to the United Nations (1985-89), and Political Counselor, US Embassy, Tokyo, 1980-84.
|Japan in the United Nations||Japan: A New Kind of Superpower? (Woodrow Wilson Center Press)
|Japan and Latin America in the New Global Order (co-editor)|
||Professor, Hokuriku University
Ph.D., Osaka University.
|US Forward Deployment and US-Japan Allianace (Dobunkan, 2004)||US Foeign Policy towards Japan (Dobunkan,2001)
|The Collapse and Realignment of the International Order (Toyo Keizai, 1995)|
|Power Brokers (Nikkan Kogyo News Paper, 1992)|
||Editorial Writer, The Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Vice President, NIRA
Degree in Economics, Yokohama National University
|A comparison of the Policy Making Process between US and Japan (1999)
|A New Framework for Asia-Pacific Cooperation (1993)|
|New Thinking for the 21st Century (1993)|
||The A. Barton Hepburn Professor of American Government and History, the Graduate School of Law and Politics, University of Tokyo. Visiting Professor at Keio University, Visiting Professor at the University of the Air, and Visiting Scholar at the Japan Institute for International Affairs.
Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo, 1989.
|The Contemporary American Politics and Public Interest: The Politics of Environmental Protection.|
|The New Deal and American Democratic Politics: The Political Process of Agricultural Policies, Modern American Politics (with Hitoshi Abe).|
|The G.W. Bush Administration and the Conservative Forces in the United States: An Analysis of the Republican Party (editor).|
||Senior Advisor, United Nations Foundation. Century Foundation Scholar. Deputy Director, United Nations and Global Security program.
MPA (Masters in Public Affairs) Princeton University Woodrow Wilson School. BA in Government, Harvard University.
Former Executive Director of Policy Studies, United Nations Association of the United States.
|The Preparedness Gap (UN Peacekeeping)|
|The United Nations and Economic Sanctions.|
|Combating Terrorism: Does the U.N. Matter...and How.|
|Reforming the Security Council: What American Interests?|
||Representative, Fujitsu, Chairman, TOYOTA Info Technology Center Co.
Adviser to the President, NIRA
Bachelor of Law, University of Tokyo (1958)
||Professor of International Relations at Hitotsubashi University.
Graduated from Hitotsubashi University and Graduate School of Law, Hitotsubashi University.
Ph.D. in political science, Yale University.
|Political Economy of International Organizations (1994)
|American Democracy Analyzed: Its Universality, Uniqueness, and Interweaving Influences (co-edited with Chieko Kitagawa Otsuru, 2000)|
|Pearl Harbour as Memory, (co-editor with Chihiro Hosoya and Akira Iriye, 2004)|
||Director, Area Studies Center, Institute of Developing Economics-Japan External Trade Organization.
B.A. The University of Tokyo, College of Liberal Arts (1982)
M.A. University of Durham, Centre of Islamic and Middle East Studies (1995)
|Social Protests and Nation-Building in the Middle East and Central Asia (IDE Development Perspective Series No.1, IDE 2003)|
|"11 September and the clash of civilizations - the role of the Japanese Media and public discourse" (Global relations after 11 September-myths and realities), Arab Studies Quarterly, vol. 25, no.1/2, 2003|
|"Tribalism and the State: remarks on the Army, Cabinets, and the National Assembly, 1980-1990", Faleh Abdul-Jabar and Hosham Dawod, ed., Tribes and power: nationalism and ethnicity in the Middle East, London: Saqi, 2003|
||Professor, Department of Law and Politics, Rikkyo University.
Ph.D., Hitotsubashi University.
|The Formation and Transformation of Containment: Kennan, Acheson, Nitze and the Truman Administration's Cold War Strategy (Sanrei Shobo, 1993).|
|ed., A History of American Foreign Relations since World War II (Yuhikaku, 2002).|
Former Administrative Vice-Minister, EPA
B. A. Tokyo University School of Law
||Professor, Law School, Keio University, Tokyo (Jean Monnet Chair)
MA, Graduate School of Law, Keio University
|Introduction to EU Law, Iwanami, 2003
|EU Law and Policies, Iwanami, 2003|
||Professor of International Relations of Keio University.
Postgraduate studies both at Kyoto University and London School of Economics.
|The Realities of the UN: A Budgetary Analysis (Yuhikaku, 1996)|
|Foreign Correspondents in Tokyo, co-authored with Masato Kimura (NHK Publishing Co., 1998). |
|The Dollar goes beyond "America" - financial globalization and monetary diplomacy, (Chuokoron, 2001).|
||Senior Analyst and Head of Iranian Programs, Japanese Institute of Middle Eastern Economies.
BA in Persian Linguistics and Literature from the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, MA in Persian Linguistics from the Graduate School of the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
|NIRA, Kinhide Mushakoji, and Yoshio Endo, ed., "Afghanistan: Challenges for Rebuilding and Reconstruction" Nihon Keizai Hyoronsha, 2004
|"Post-war Reconstruction and Support Systems in Iraq: Comparison with the Case of Afghanistan," Jitsuro Terashima et al. "The Iraq War: Examination and Prospects," Iwanami Shoten, July 2003|
| "The International Community Should Not Forget Afghanistan - What is Necessary to Promote the Peace Process?," September 2003 issue of Ronza published by Asahi Shimbun|
||Vice-President, Keio University. Ad Pesonam Jean Monnet Professor of European Political Integration, Faculty of Law.
MA in Law, Graduate School of Law, Keio University
|Politics of the European Union, Iwanami Shoten, 1998. |
|Introduction to the European Union, Yuhikaku, 2000.|
||Professor of Law at Chuo University, a Visiting Professor at Waseda University, the Senior Advisor to the Rector of the United Nations University, and a Director of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
Former Ambassador to the United States.
Graduated from Tokyo University, Faculty of Law, in 1961.
|Japan's Legal Framework for Peace-Keeping Operations and International Humanitarian Relief Operations (Japan-US-Canada Trilateral Perspectives on International Legal Issues, 1996)
|Remembering and Forgetting-The U.S. Role in the Asia Pacific at the Turn of the Century (The CSIS Press, 2001)|
|Evolution of Japan's Peace-Keeping Operations
(United Nations' Contributions to the Prevention and Settlement of Conflicts\Series of the Institute of Comparative Law in Japan, 2003)
||Professor, Chuo Law School
L.L.D., Graduate School of Law and Politics, University of Tokyo
|Legal Structure of International Organizations, Kokusai Shoin, 2001|
|The Law of International Relations, Association for the Promotion of Education through the University of the Air, 2002|