International Politics, Disarmament and Arms Control, Global Governance, Civil Society
I specialize in theories of International Politics. Applying these theories to cases in the field of international security, I am examining the factors that can promote international cooperation. The role of non-state actors in IR is also of my research interest. In addition, I have been working on the international relations in Asia-Pacific, such as East Asia, US-Japan, and Canada-Japan relationships.
- 20th Anniversary Symposium by the Graduate School of International Relations (moderate a session 2)
- Japan-Taiwan Graduate Student Academic Exchange Conference "The Future of East Asia" (overall host)
- 20th Anniversary Event of Partnership with American University,“Regional Security in Southeast Asia: Prospects and Challenges”(overall host)
- Workshop“Global Governance and NGO: Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) negotiations at the United Nations”(overall host)
- Special lecture：The Global Right Wing and the clash of World Politic (overall host)
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