PEOPLE

 
 

PRESIDENT

Yoshiji NOGAMI

DIRECTORS

DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL

Hideki ASARI

EXECTIVE DIRECTOR

Yutaka ENDO

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CENTER CHAIRS

Center for the Promotion of Disarmament and Non-Proliferation (CPDNP)

Nobuyasu ABE

The Japan National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (JANCPEC)

Yoshiji NOGAMI

Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP) Japan

Yoshiji NOGAMI

Katsunari SUZUKI

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SENIOR ASSOCIATE FELLOW

Seiichiro TAKAGI

SENIOR FELLOWS

Hirofumi TOSAKI is resident senior fellow of the Center for the Promotion of Disarmament and Non-Proliferation.
Expertise: Arms control, disarmament, nuclear non-proliferation.
Language: English.

ADJUNCT FELLOWS

Nobumasa AKIYAMA is associate professor at Hitotsubashi University.
Expertise: Arms control, peace building and conflict prevention.
Language: English.

Hideaki ASAHI is professor of international security at Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo. He was ambassador to East Timor.

Hideaki KANEDA
Expertise: National security, maritime security, and ballistic cruise missle defense.
Language: English.

Tsutomu KIKUCHI is professor of international political economy at Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo.
Expertise: International political economy of the Asia-Pacific, APEC, Japanese foreign policy.
Language: English.

Fumiaki KUBO is professor in the faculty of law at the University of Tokyo.
Expertise: American politics and foreign policy.
Language: English.

Hideya KURATA is Professor, National Defense Academy.
Expertise: North and South Korean politics and foreign relations, international security.
Languages: Korean, English and German.

Toshihiro NAKAYAMA is Professor, Aoyama Gakuin University.
Expertise: American politics and foreign policy.
Language: English.

Mutsuyoshi NISHIMURA is Special Advisor to the Cabinet

Saadia M. PEKKANEN is Professor, University of Washington

Akio TAKAHARA is Professor, University of Tokyo
Expertise: Current Chinese Politics and International Relations in East Asia.
Language: Chinese and English.

Kyoichi WAKAYAMA is Director, Japanese Secretariat of Japan-China Joint Study

Katsuyuki YAKUSHIJI is Professor, Toyo University

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FELLOWS

Tamotsu FUKUDA
Expertise: Asian regional security, regionalism and multilateralism, ASEAN
Language: English

Hironori FUSHITA
Expertise: Political and economic issues in Russia
Language: Russian

Nobuhide HATASA
Expertise: Political Economy in Asia and the Pacific, East Asian Economy
Language: English

Tomoki IIMURA
Expertise: Political and Economic Issues in Korean Peninsula
Language: Korean

Shinya KADOZAKI
Expertise: Chinese Politics and Foreign Relations
Language: Chinese

Asuka MATSUMOTO
Expertise: American Politics and Foreign Relations
Language: English

Teruaki MORIYAMA
Expertise: Politics, Societies, Cultures and Histories of the Middle East Countries
Language: Arabic, English

Tetsuo kotani

Expertise: Peacebuilding and conflict resolution
Language: English

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VISITING FELLOWS

2012

Ms. Pranamita Baruah (India) was Researcher, Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) in India.
Her research topic was "Japan -China Relations and East Asian Regionalism."

2011

Dr. Rupakjyoti Borah (India) was Assistant Professor, School of Liberal Studies, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University in India.
His research topic was " Japan-India Maritime Cooperation in the Asia -Pacific Region: Prospects and Problems."

Ms. Jiseon YOO (Korea) was Researcher at the Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Her research topic was "Human Security in Foreign Policy: A Comparison between Japan and Canada."

Mr. Hanscom Smith (United States) was a U.S. Department of State Foreign Service Officer serving as a Council on Foreign Relations-Hitachi Fellow at The Japan Institute of International Affairs.
His research topic was "Japan's Soft Power and the U.S.-Japan Alliance."

Dr. Benny TEH Cheng Guan (Malaysia) was a Senior Lecturer, Universiti Sains Malaysia.
His research Topic was "Japan's East Asian Foreign Policy and New Role in Community Building."

 
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LIBRARIAN

Kaori Nishimura