Ryosuke Hanada

    Research Fellow at The Japan Institute of Internatinal Affairs (JIIA)

JIIA Projects

  • Maritime Security and Rule of Law in the Indo-Pacific
  • Council for Security Cooperation of the Asia Pacific (CSCAP)

Research Interests:

  • Japan's Foreign and Security Policy (Post Cold War), Foreign Policy Analysis, International Security
  • ASEAN, Australia, New Zealand, India (Indo-Pacific region)


  •  Doctor of Philosophy (in progress), Australian National University
  •  M.A. in International Politics, University of Warwick
  •  B.A. in Law, Waseda University



  • HANADA, R. (2013) Emerging Great Power Competition: U.S and China in Regional Economic Cooperation of the Asia-Pacific, Waseda University Organization for Japan-US, Studies: Student Paper No.201201

Book Chapter / Research Paper

  • - HANADA, R. (2019) "ASEAN’s Role in the Indo-Pacific: Rules-based Order and Regional Integrity”, in Aaron Friedberg & Sharon Stirling (eds.) Mind the Gap: National Views of The Free and Open Indo-Pacific, German Marshall Fund (April 23, 2019):
  • - HANADA, R. (2019) "“The Role of U.S.-Japan-Australia-India Cooperation, or the ‘Quad’ in FOIP: A Policy Coordination Mechanism for the Rules-Based Order”, CSIS Strategic Japan 2019 Working Papers:
  • - HANADA, R. (2018) "Heading toward alliance? Domestic factors in the evolution of Japan-Australia security cooperation" in M. Heazle and A. O’Neil (eds.) China's Rise and Australia–Japan–US Relations: Primacy and Leadership in East Asia (Edward Elgar)
  • - HANADA, R. (2018) "Changing Bipolar World and Japan–Australia Relations in Asia Pacific: Expanding Japan’s Foreign Policy Scope in 1970–80s" in M. Heazle and D. Halvorson (eds) The Politics behind the story: Sixty years on from the 1957 Australia-Japan Commerce Agreement