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David Gore

David Gore
Name David Gore
Affiliation Visiting Researcher, African Studies Center - TUFS
E-mail ladodavidegmail.com
Research Field Political Science, International Relations
Key Words Africa, politics, conflict, peace, security, governance, regional integration, United Nations, African Union, South Sudan and Sudan
Research Interest My scholarly works focus on African politics, conflict and peace studies, international politics, international relations, international organizations in global governance, policy analysis, the roles of international and regional organizations in peace and security issues (United Nations, African Union, regional economic communities in Africa), regionalism in international politics, politics, and politics and conflict in South Sudan and Sudan.
Academic Career 2017 - 2020 Osaka University (PhD in International Public Policy)
2015 - 2017 Osaka University (MA in International Public Policy)
2004 - 2009 University of Juba (Bachelor of Sciences in Political Sciences)
Degree PhD in International Public Policy at Osaka University (2020)
Professional Career 2021-presence, Part-time lecturer at Kwansei Gakuin University, School of International Studies
2017-2020 Teaching Assistant at Osaka School of International Public Policy, Osaka Univeristy
2010 -2013 College Registrar at College of Social and Economic Studies, University of Juba
Major Works


  • David Gore 2013-2018. PhD Thesis "Deferring to Subregional Actors? An Analysis of the Response by the African Union to Conflict in South Sudan".


  • David Gore 2018. "Silencing the Guns? The African Union's Response to the Conflict in South Sudan". Africa Seminar Series No.16 / OSIPP-IAFOR Research Centre Seminar No.4, Osaka University, 29 May 2018.