Hideaki Shinoda

(Professor, Graduate School of Global Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

 

http://www.tufs.ac.jp/ts/personal/shinoda/@

 

Education

 

Ph.D. in International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), University of London, UK (1998)

 

MA in Political Science, Waseda University, Japan (1993)

 

BA, Waseda University, Japan (1991)

 

 

Work Experience

 

Professor, Graduate School of Global Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (2013 ~ present). <Peace and Conflict Studies in English language; Department of Global Studies in Japanese language> in charge of gSeminar on Peacebuilding I & IIh (Ph.D.) (whole year); gPeacebuilding I &IIh (MA) (whole year); Seminars for Peacebuilding and Problem-Solving (BA) (whole year); gConflict Resolutionh (BA); gInternational Relationsh (BA).

 

Director and Main Lecturer/Facilitator, Hiroshima Peacebuilders Center (HPC) for the Program for Human Resource Development for Peacebuilding, commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (2007 ~ present). <Course Coordinator / Facilitator for Primary Course, Mid-Career Course, and various other professional training courses in English language)

 

Associate Professor, Institute for Peace Science / Graduate School of International Cooperation and Development, Hiroshima University (2005-2013).

 

Research Fellow, Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University (1999-2005).

 

Visiting Professional, International Criminal Court (2017-18)

 

Consultant, The Impact of National Counter-terrorism Measures on Principled Humanitarian Action OCHA/NRC Commissioned Study requested by the IASC (2012) (part-time)@

 

Consultant, Assessment on ODA for Peacebuilding, Mistubishi Research Institute commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (2005). (part-time) 

 

Visiting scholar at the Lauterpacht Research Centre for International Law, Cambridge University (2000).

 

Visiting Scholar at the Center for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University (2002).

 

 

Part-time teacher at LSE and Keele University (1997).

 

International Polling Station Officer of the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC) seconded by the government of Japan (1993).

 

Refugee relief activities as a volunteer in Iran to assist Kurdish refugees in Iran, Somali refugees in Djibouti and Cambodian refugees in Thailand (1991-1993).

 

 

Awards/Honors

 

Yomiuri Yosshino Sakuzo Award (2016)

 

Suntory Prize for Social Sciences and Humanities (2012)

 

Osaragi Jiro Rondan Award (2003)

 

 

Academic/Professional Memberships and Other Professional Activities

           

 

      (Academic Memberships)

International Studies Association; International Peace Research Association; Japan International Relations Association; Japan International Law Association; Japan International Security Association; Japan Peace Studies Association; Japan Political Science Association

 

      (Other Professional Activities)

 

Lecturer, Spring Semester on gInternational Orderh, College of Arts and Sciences, Tokyo University, (2016~present).

 

Lecturer, Spring Semester on gInternational Politicsh, Graduate School of Law, Waseda University (2016~present)

 

Lecturer, Ritsumeikan Asia-Pacific University (2008~present).

 

Lecturer, Senior General Course, National Institute of Defense Studies, Ministry of Defense (2005~present).

 

Lecturer for various other occasions including:

-      Facilitator, gTraining of Media and Police Personnel on Early Warning Information Managementh in Freetown, Sierra Leone (2016).

-      Lecturer, UNITAR, South Sudan Fellowship Programme Workshop One, Resource Person (2015).

-      Panelist, Symposium of the Center for International Peace Cooperation (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018); Chair (2019~).

-      Lecturer, All Japan Research Group (2015).

-      Member, Public Servant National Examination Board, National Personnel Authority (2015~).

-      Lecturer, Curriculum on Peacebuilding, Tokyo Gakugei Daigaku Fuzoku High School (2015).

-      Instructor, Japan-Israel-Palestine Student Conference (2015).

-      Lecturer, gConflict and Peacekeeping/Peacebuilding,h TAC Human Resource Development Training Course for International Organizations (2014).

-      Lecturer, The Right of Collective Self-Defense,h Saitama Bar Association (2014).

-      Lecturer, gJICA Alumni Training [Gaza]h (2013).

-      Lecturer, gJICA Seminar on Development of an Assistance System for Conflict Victimsh at Tokiwa University(2012, 2013).

-      Lecturer, gWorkshop for Peacebuilding and Reconstruction in Iraq,h JICA Chugoku Center (2012).

-      Instructor, Café Workshop for Peace (2012).

-      Lecturer, JICA Seminar for Iraqi administrative staff (2011, 2013).Lecturer, Training Course for Japan Peacekeeping Training & Research Center (2011).

-      Lecturer, United States- Japan GPOI Senior Mission Leaders' Course (2011).

-      Lecturer, Seminar on International Institutions, Japan Federation of Bar Association (2011).

-      Lecturer, gSudan: Governance Capacity Development as Peacebuildingh, JICA Chugoku Center (2010).

-      Lecturer, Peace Forum, Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation (2010).

-      Lecturer, JICA Seminar on ODA in Kosovo (2010).

-      Lecturer, JICA Training Course for Technical staff (2010, 2011).

-      Course Leader / Facilitator, gLiberia: Governance Capacity Development as Peacebuilding,h JICA Chugoku Center (2010).

-      Panelist, International Symposium on Security, Peacebuilding and Military Organization: Searching for Conflict Settlement for the 21st century (2009).

-      Lecturer, gEducation Development for Post-conflict Reconstruction in Africah, JICA Osaka Center (2009)

-      Lecturer, Training Course on Peacebuilding, Cairo Regional Center for Training on Conflict Resolution & Peacekeeping in Africa (2008).

-      Course Leader / Facilitator, gSeminar on Capacity Development for Sustainable Human Securityh, JICA Osaka Center (2008, 2009).

-      Director/Facilitator, gEstablishment of Conflict Prevention Networks in Sierra Leone,h Peacebuilders Japan (2008, 2009, 2010).

-      Lecturer, Seminar for Iraqi Diplomats, JICA (2008).

-      Lecturer, gNational Reconciliation of Iraqh, JICA (2007, 2008).

-      Testimonial, Special Committee on ODA, House of Counsellors (2007).

-      Lecturer, Seminar for High-school Students from Abroad, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2007).

-      Course Leader / Facilitator, gEnhancement of Governance Capacities for Peacebuilding in Sub-Sahara Africah (2007, 2008).

-      Lecturer, gJICA Training Course for Peacebuilding and Reconstructionh, (2006).

-      Lecturer, gJICA Seminar for Students from Abroadh (2006, 2007).

-      Research Member, gChallenges in Post-conflict Societies in Africa,h JETRO-IDE (2006-2007).

-      Lecturer, Intensive Course on Peacebuilding, Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University (2006).

-      Research Member, gAid Policies based upon Capacities to respond to Risksh, JICA Training Center (2006). 

-      Lecturer and Mentor, UNITAR Afghan Fellowship Program (2005-2006).

-      Lecturer, gConflict Prevention Courseh, Japan Center for Conflict Prevention (2005).

-      Coordinator, gInternational Cooperation Seminar for Reconstruction of Sierra Leoneh, JICA Chugoku Center (2005).

-      Chief, gJoint Project for Academics and Practitioners on Peacebuildingh, (2005).

-      Lecturer, gExpert Training Courseh JICA (2005-2006).

-      Course Leader / Facilitator, gTraining Project for Enhancement of Education Networks for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovinah, JICA Chugoku Center (2004).

-      Member of the Research Board of gGSGh, Cabinet Office (from 2004 onward).

-      Research Member of gReconfiguration of Discussions on Global Governanceh, Project for the Promotion of Human and Social Sciences (2004).

-      Member of the Peace Forum of Hiroshima Prefecture (2003).

-      Member of the Advisory Board of Peace Contribution Policies of Hiroshima Prefecture (2003-2005).

-      Research Member, gThe Range of Human Security in Africa,h JETRO-IDE (2003-2004).

-      Lecturer, gRethinking International Peace Activities,h ANT-Hiroshima (2003).

-      Research Member, gReconstructing Fundamental Theories of International Law through Critical Examination of Realist and Critical International Lawh, Research Grant Foundation B(1) at Tokyo University (2002-2004).

-      Member of the Editorial Board of Contemporary Political Theory (2001)

-      Member of the International Advisory Board of First Press: New Writing on World Politics, Society and Culture (2000).

-      Research Member, gLegitimacy and Rationality of New Interventionism,h Institute of Peace, Hiroshima City University (2000-2001).

-      Lecturer, Asia School, Hiroshima International Center (1999-2000).

 

 

List of Publications

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      (Books)

What is Conflict Resolution? (Shikumashobo, 2021)

 

How to Interpret Japanfs Constitution (Chikumashobo, 2019),

 

Pathology of Constitutional Studies in Japan (Shinchoshinsyo, 2019) (Japanese).

 

Constitution in Truth: A Critique of Post-War Constitutional Studies in Japan (Chikumashinsyo, 2017) (Japanese)

 

History of Discourses on the Right of Collective Self-Defense: Article 9 and Japan-US Security Treaty (Fukosha, 2016) (Japanese) (Yomiuri Yosshino Sakuzo Award of Yomiuri Newspaper in 2016).

 

Five Perspectives to Comprehend International Conflicts (Koudansha, 2015) (Japanese)

 

Introduction to Peacebuilding: Re-examining its Philosophies and Methodologies (Chikumashinsho, 2013) (Japanese)

 

State Sovereignty as a Historical and Political Concept (Keisoshobo,2012 ) (Japanese) (Suntory Prize for Social Sciences and Humanities in 2012).

 

Peacebuilding and the Rule of Law: Theoretical and Functional Approaches of International Peace Operations (Sobunsha, 2003) (Japanese); (Osaragi Jiro Rondan Award of Asahi Newspaper in 2003) (Korean translated version published in 2008).

 

Order in International Society (Tokyo University Press, 2007) (Japanese).

 

Re-examining Sovereignty: From Classical Theory to the Global Age (Macmillan, 2000) (English) (Chinese translated version published in 2004)

 

Conflict and Human Security: In Search of New Approaches of Peacebuilding, co-edited with Yuji Uesugi (Kokusaishoin, 2005) (Japanese)

 

Ethics and International Relations, co-edited with Hakan Seckinelgin (London: Palgrave, 2001).

 

 

      (Articles)

 

1.       gPreventive Diplomacy in Northeast Asia: How the Region without Operational Regional Organizations Pursues Peaceh in Guo Yanjun and Lu Fujian (eds.), Preventive Diplomacy in the Pacific (Beijing: World Scientific, 2021), pp. 247-256.

2.       gThe Present of Srebrenica and Protection of Civilians: Flexible Applications of Chapter VII and the Role of Regional Organizationsh, Yukie Osa (eds.), Srebrenica Genocide: Lessons and Challenges for the 25th Year (Toshindo, 2020), Pages 222-241. (Japanese)

3.       gOverview and Character of International Conflict-Conflict Resolution and Geopoliticsh, Shinichi Kitaoka and Yuichi Hosoya (eds.), New Geopolitics (Toyo Keizai, 2020), pp. 116-165. (Japanese)

 

4.       gElucidation of the Consistency between Contemporary International Law and the Constitution of Japan-Problems of His Interpretation of Article 9 of the Conventional Constitutional Lawh, Hiroshima Peace Science, No. 41, 2019, pp. 85-102. (Japanese)

 

5.       gThe wandering of the youkai called'rights of sovereignty'-Japanese constitutionalism that continues to be constrained by the Meiji Constitutionh Asteion, No. 91, 2019. (Japanese)

 

6.       gJapan-Korea Relations and the Rule of Law-The Necessity of Coordination Theory in a Multidimensional Legal Norm Systemh, Jurist of the Study, Summer 2019 issue. (Japanese)

 

7.       gPartnership Peace Operations in Multi-layered International Security: An Examination of the Involvement of Regional and Sub-regional Organizations in International Peace Operationsh, International Relations Theory, vol. 8, no. 1, 2019, pp. 39-57. (Japanese)

 

8.       gMultilayered International Security and the Transformation of United Nations Peacekeepingh, United Nations Studies, edited by the United Nations Society of Japan, No. 20, 2019, pp. 29-51. (Japanese)

 

9.       gInternational Criminal Court and Africah Takehiko Ochiai, Introduction to African Security Theory (Akihiro Shobo, 2019), pp. 198-207. (Japanese)

 

10.    gOwnership Principles as Strategic Guidelines for National Constructionh Hiromi Fujishige, Yuji Uesugi, Yoshiro Furusawa (eds.) Hybrid National Construction: Between Freedom and Local Focus (Nakanishiya Publishing, 2019), 67-80 page. (Japanese)

 

11.    gDevelopment of Concepts Concerning International Peace Activitiesh Yuji Uesugi and Hiromi Fujishige (eds.), Introduction to International Peace Cooperation: Contribution to the International Community and Challenges of Japan (Minerva Shobo, 2018), pp. 42-62. (Japanese)

 

12.    Co-author with Peter Wallensteen, et.al., gChapter10: Violence, Wars, Peace, Securityh, Report of the International Panel on Social Progress (2018) <https://www.dropbox.com/s/ydnqyr9diz55pes/Executive%20Summary%202018%20Report%20v2%20with%20titlepage.pdf>.

 

13.    gPeace-building and State-building from the Perspective of the Historical Development of International Societyh, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, vol. 18, issue 1, 2018, pp.25-43.

 

14.    gPolitical Implications of the gWithdrawal Strategyh of African States from the International Criminal Court (ICC)h, Hiroshima Peace Science, 39, 2017, pp. 31-42.

 

15.    gInternational Criminal Court (ICC) Examination of the Movement of Withdrawal from the Viewpoint of International Order Theoryh, International Relations Theory, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2017, pp. 25-45. (Japanese)

 

16.    gThe Present of the United Nations and the Rule of Law,h International Affairs, No. 666, November 2017, pp. 6-17. (Japanese)

 

17.    gThe Whereabouts of Sovereigntyh, Atsushi Sugita (eds.), Politics in Globalization (Iwanami Lecture, Hyundai, Volume 4) (Iwanami Shoten, 2016), pp. 59-79. (Japanese)

 

18.    gUN High-Level Commission Report and the Present of UN Peace Operations-The Meaning of Political Excellence and Partnership Peace Operationsh, Hiroshima Peace Science (Hiroshima University Peace Science Research Center), Vol. 37, 2016, pp. 45-56. (Japanese)

 

19.    gSignificance of Policies of Peacebuildingh, Ken Endo (ed.), Global Commons (Iwanamishoten, 2015), pp.245-274. (Japanese)

 

20.    gLocal Ownership as a Strategic Guideline for Peacebuildingh in Sung Yong Lee and Alpaslan Özerdem (eds.), Local Ownership in International Peacebuilding: Key Theoretical and Practical Issues (London: Routledge, 2015), pp.19-38. (Japanese)

 

21.    gSunakawa Judgement of the Supreme Court in light of the linkage between Domestic Law and International Lawh, Houritsu Jihou, vol.87, no.5, 2015, pp.32-37. (Japanese)

 

22.    gThe Principle of Impartiality in UN Peacekeeping and the Shift of International Orderh, Hiroshima Peace Science, Institute of Peace Science of Hiroshima University, no.36, 2015, pp.25-37. (Japanese)

 

23.    gHuman Rights, Democracy and Peace in International Constitutionalism of University International Societyh, Kokusai Kankei Ronso, vol.4, no.1, pp.21-42. (Japanese).

 

24.    gSources and Trends of Peace and Conflict Studies: An Examination of the Framework of Peacebuilding and Strategic Relevance of Ownershiph, TUFS Ronshu, vol.89, 2014, pp.,167-194. (Japanese)

 

25.    gConstitutional Nature of International Society: Critique of the Myth of Westphaliah, Kokusaiho Gaiko Zasshi, vol.113, no.3, 2014, pp.374-396. (Japanese)

 

26.    gPeacebuilding and State-building from the Perspective of the Evolution of International Societyh, Kokusai Seiji, 2013, pp.13-26. (Japanese)

 

27.    gTohoku in Japanfs Modern State-building: Beyond the Ages of Militarism and High-Growth of Economic Developmenth, Japan Association of Peace Studies, 2013, pp.43-65. (Japanese9

 

28.    gWhy Are Asians Less Interested in Humanitarian Intervention?h, Journal of Global Studies: An Occasional Supplement 2013, The Graduate School of Global Studies, Doshisha University, 2013, pp. 135-145.

 

29.    With Reuben Lewis, gOperationalizing Early Warning for Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding in West Africa: A Case Study of ECOWAS Early Warning System,h Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 34, 2012, pp. 1-32.

 

30.    gTwo Types of SSR from the Perspective of Security and Developmenth, Yuji Uesugi, Hiromi Fujishige and Tomonori Yoshizaki (eds), Security Sector Reform in Peacebuilding (Kokusai Shoin, 2012), pp.49-65. (Japanese)

 

31.    gModern State Building and Post-conflict Peacebuilding in Japan-with the Case of Tohoku Region,h IPSHU Research Report Series No. 47: Japanese Modern State Building as Peacebuilding, (Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, 2012), pp. 2-58. (Japanese)

 

32.    gThe Principle of Local Ownership as a Bridge between International and Domestic Actors in Peacebuilding,h IPSHU English Research Report Series No.29: Indigenous Methods of Peacebuilding in Africa, edited by Bertha Z. Osei-Hwedie, Treasa Galvin and Hideaki Shinoda, Hiroshima University, 2012, pp. 66-87.

 

33.    gThe Sierra Leonean Model of Peacebuilding? The Principle of Local Society's Ownership and Liberal Democracy in Africa,h IPSHU English Research Report Series No.27: Peacebuilding and the Ownership of Local Society in Sierra Leone, Hiroshima University, 2012, pp. 2-22.

 

34.    gThe Sri Lankan Model of Peacebuilding? The Principle of Local Society's Ownership and the Validity of Developmental Authoritarianism,h IPSHU English Research Report Series No.26: Peacebuilding and the Ownership of Local Society in Sri Lanka, Hiroshima University, 2012, pp. 2-19.

 

35.    gTask for the Development of Local Society's Ownership for Peacebuilding and Dilemmas of State-building with Special Reference to the case of Sierra Leone and Sri Lankah, Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 33, 2011, pp.137-159. (Japanese)

 

36.    gThe Rule of Law," Kiichi Fujiwara, Ryo Oshiba, and Tetsuya Yamada(eds.), Introduction to Peacebuilding (Yuhikaku, 2011), pp. 153-172. (Japanese)

 

37.    gPolitics of Peace Processes in Sri Lanka: Reconsidered from Domestic, International and Regional Perspectives,h IPSHU English Research Report Series No.25: Peacebuilding in South Asia, Hiroshima University, 2011, pp. 129-155.

 

38.    gThe Significance of Ownership in Local Societies,h Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 31, 2009, pp.163-202. (Japanese)

 

39.    gTwo Types of SSR in Peacebuilding: Security - Development Nexus in SSR" in Yuji Uesugi and Susumu Hasegawa (eds.), IPSHU Research Report Series No. 45: Peacebuilding and Security Sector Reform: From Security and Development Perspective, (Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, 2010), pp. 29-40. (Japanese)

 

40.    "Woodrow Wilson: Interventionism, State Sovereignty, and League of Nations" in Ken Endo (ed.), Global Governance: History and Thought (Yuhikaku, 2010), pp.81-101. (Japanese)

 

41.    gHuman Security Initiatives of Japanh in Hans G?nter Brauch, ?rsula Oswald Spring, John Grin, Czeslaw Mesjasz, Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Navnita Chadha Behera, B?chir Chourou, and Heinz Krummenacher (eds.), Facing Global Environmental Change: Environmental, Human, Energy, Food, Health and Water Security Concepts (Berilin and Heidelberg: Springer, 2009). pp. 1097-1104.

 

42.    gWhat Was Wrong With Afghanistan? Reflection upon the Past and Prospect for the Futureh in Yuji Uesugi (ed.), IPSHU English Research Report Series No.24: Toward Bringing Stability in Afghanistan: A Review of the Peacebuilding Strategy, Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, 2009.

 

43.    gModernization and Reconstruction in Japan as a Peacebuilding Process: Internal and External Peace,h Institute for Peace Science of Hiroshima University (ed.), IPSHU Research Report Series No. 42: Pioneering Peace Studies: Essays in Celebration of the retirement of Prof. Masatsugu Matsuo, 2009, pp. 492-522. (Japanese)

 

44.    gNation-States, Peacebuilding and Global Society: Globalism, Regionalism and Nationalism in the Contemporary Theory of State Sovereignty with Special Reference to the Discourse on the Responsibility to Protecth in Masatsugu Matsuo, Vladimir Rouvinski and Rafael Silva Vega (eds.), IPSHU English Research Report Series No.23: Revista CS No.3: Peace and Human Security, Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University and Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, Icesi University, 2009, pp. 1-19.

 

45.    gPost-war Reconstruction of Hiroshima as a Case of Peacebuildingh in Hideaki Shinoda (ed.), IPSHU English Research Report Series No.22 Post-war Reconstruction of Hiroshima: From the Perspective of Contemporary Peacebuilding, Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, 2008, pp.2-24.

 

46.    gPost-war Reconstruction of Hiroshima as a Case of Peacebuildingh in Hideaki Shinoda (ed.), IPSHU Research Report Series No.40 Post-war Reconstruction of Hiroshima: From the Perspective of Contemporary Peacebuilding, Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, 2008, pp.2-24. (Japanese)

 

47.    gThe Difficulty and Importance of Local Ownership and Capacity Development in Peacebuilding,h Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 30, 2008, pp. 95-115.

 

48.    gRebuilding of Sudan: Peacebuilding Activities in the region with Multi-Layered Conflicts,h Shinichi Takeuchi (ed.), Between War and Peace: Africa after the Outbreak of Conflicts and International Society (Chiba: IDE-JETRO, 2008), pp.59-89. (Japanese)

 

49.    gThe Scope of the Criticism about 'Domestic Model Perspective in the Study of International Law:' Its Potential and Limitation,h Junji Nakagawa and Kouji Teraya (eds.), The Horizon of International Law: History, Theory, and Proof (Tokyo: Toshindo, 2008), pp.87-106. (Japanese)

 

50.    gLaw and Power in the Multi-Layered Perspectives on the International Order,h Yasuaki Onuma (ed.), Law and Power in International Society (Tokyo: Nihon-hyoronsha, 2008), pp.231-274. (Japanese)

 

51.    gKosovo: Civil-Military Relations in the Governance in Divided societies,h Yuji Uesugi and Chiyuki Aoi (eds.), Civil-Military Relations in State-building (Kokusaishoin, 2008), pp.283-298. (Japanese)

 

52.    gToward a Sustainable Strategy of Peacebuilding: An Examination of Negative and Positive Justifications of Security Sector Reform (SSR)h, Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 29, 2007, pp. 89-107.

 

53.    gPeacebuilding in Afghanistan and its limitations,h in The Japan Institute of International Affairs (ed), International Affairs, no. 564, 2007, pp.13-22. (Japanese)

 

54.    gThe Potential of Constitutionalism Crossing Borders," Shojiro Sakaguchi (ed.), Globalization and Constitutional Law, Vol. 5 of Iwanami Lecture Series in Constitutional Law (Tokyo: Iwanami-shoten, 2007), pp.99-124. (Japanese)

 

55.    gA Study of the issues of Civil-Military Cooperationh, Yuji Uesugi (ed.), IPSHU Research Report Series No.38, Challenges in Civil-Military Relations in International Peace Operations, 2007, pp.23-33. (Japanese)

 

56.    g'Post-Conflict' Peacebuilding in Sudan: One Nation, Two Conflicts and Various Challenges" in Shinichi Takeuchi (ed.), Post-Conflict Challenges in Africa, (Institute of Developing Economies, 2007), pp.107-121. (Japanese)

 

57.    gThe Establishment of the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission: Dilemma on the New Vision for International Societyh Japanese Society of International Law (ed.), The Journal of international law and diplomacy, 2007, pp.68-93. (Japanese)

 

58.    gSynchronism between International Order and Domestic Order: A Historic Analysis on Social Order Vision Model to rule of valueh, Japan Association of International Relations (ed.), Kokusaiseiji No.147: Resonance between International Order and Domestic Order, 2007, pp. 11-28. (Japanese)

 

59.    gRestoration of Peace: Judicial Activities in Peacebuilding," Shisou No. 993: Justice in International Society, 2007, pp.203-214. (Japanese)

 

60.    gPolitical and Legal System Reform in Peacebuildingh in Ryo Oshiba, Kiichi Fujiwara and Tetsuya Yamada (eds.), Policy for Peace (Yuhikaku Books, 2007), pp.227-242. (Japanese)

 

61.    gSecurity Sector Reform and Peacebuilding in Africa with Special Reference to the Case of the Democratic Republic of Congoh, Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 28, 2006, pp. 155-172.h

 

62.    gThe Background and the Strategy of Peacebuilding in Afghanistan: A Consideration of the Role of Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) in Afghanistan,h HIPEC Research Report Series No.2, 2006, pp.30. (Japanese)

 

63.    (with Yuji Uesugi, Rumiko Seya and Tatsuro Yamane) gThe Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) Program in Afghanistan: Its Overview and Overall Examinations,h HIPEC Research Report Series No. 1, 2006, pp.29.

 

64.    gPeacebuilding in Africa from the Perspective of Human Security: The Case of the eCivil Warfin the Democratic Republic of the Congo" in Katsuya Mochizuki (ed.), IDE-JETRO Research Series No. 550: The Scope of Human Security: Agendas in Africa (Institute of Developing Economies, 2006), pp. 23-62. (Japanese)

 

65.    gNatural Resources and Armed Conflict in Africa from the Perspective of Political Economy of Intra-state Warh in Yoko Ogashiwa (ed.), IPSHU Research Report Series No. 35: Prevention and Resolution of Conflict on the Management of Natural Resources (Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, 2005), pp. 153-172. (Japanese)

 

66.    gOn the Role of Rule of Law in Conflict and Post-conflict Societies: An Analysis of Peace-building in Bosnia and Herzegovina with Special Reference to the UN Secretary-General Kofi Annanfs Report,h Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 27, 2005, pp. 47-68. (Japanese)

 

67.    (with Yuji Uesugi) gConclusion: In Search for New Approaches of Peacebuilding" in Shinoda and Uesugi (eds.), Conflict and Human Security, pp. 291-296. (Japanese)

 

68.    gMeasures for Human Security during and after Armed Conflict: The Relationship between Humanitarian Aid and Peacebuilding" in Shinoda and Uesugi (eds.), Conflict and Human Security, pp. 31-57. (Japanese)

 

69.    (with Yuji Uesugi) "Introduction: Conflict and Human Security" in Shinoda and Uesugi (eds.), Conflict and Human Security, pp. 17-27. (Japanese)

 

70.    gThe Rule of Law in International Peace-building Activities: The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina,h Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 26, 2004, pp.215-239. (Japanese)

 

71.    gOperational Phases of Human Security Measures in and after Armed Conflict: How Can We Link Humanitarian Aid to Peace-building?" Hideaki Shinoda and Ho-Won Jeong (eds.), IPSHU English Research Report Series No. 19: Conflict and Human Security: A Search for New Approaches of Peace-building, August 2004, pp.23-44.

 

72.    gThe Concept of Human Security: Historical and Theoretical Implications" Hideaki Shinoda and Ho-Won Jeong (eds.), IPSHU English Research Report Series No. 19: Conflict and Human Security: A Search for New Approaches of Peace-building, August 2004, pp. 5-22.@ @

 

73.    gIntroduction: Conflict, Human Security and Peace-building" Hideaki Shinoda and Ho-Won Jeong (eds.), IPSHU English Research Report Series No. 19: Conflict and Human Security: A Search for New Approaches of Peace-building, August 2004, pp. 1-4.

 

74.    gThe Significance of Peace-building from the Perspective of Human Security: An Introduction to the Exploration in the Context of Africa,h Katsuya Mochizuki(ed.), The Range of Human Security Issues in Africa (Institute of Developing Economies, 2004). (Japanese)

 

75.    gUS Unilateralism with Special Reference to the Case of the International Criminal Court,h Takashi Oshimura (ed.), The Image of the American Empire: Growing Gap with International Society (Tokyo: Waseda University Press, 2004). (Japanese)

 

76.    gDivergent Meanings of eSecurityf and the Emergence of Human Security Discourses,h Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University (ed.), IPSHU Research Report No. 31: Reexamination of Human Security, pp. 51-84. (Japanese)

 

77.    gPeace-building and Electoral Assistanceh in The Japan Institute of International Affairs (ed.), Conflict Prevention, 2003, pp. 6-16. (Japanese)

 

78.    gPeaceh in Takashi Oshimura and Ikushi Soeya (eds.), Access Political Philosophy (Nihonkeizaihyouronsha, 2003), pp. 217-233. (Japanese)

 

79.    gThe Rule of Law Approach of Peace-building: An Examination from the Strategic Perspective,h Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 25, 2003, pp.189-218. (Japanese)

 

80.    gIssues of the Coming War with Iraq,h Sohbun, No.450, 2003, pp. 46-50. (Japanese)

 

81.    gJapan's Role in Peace Operations: It is Time to be More than a 'Free Rider' and 'Cash Dispenser,h Institute Report, Weatherhead East Asia Institute, Columbia University, 2003, pp. 13.

 

82.    gThe Legitimacy of 'New Interventionism': The Case of the NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia,h Humanitarian Crises and International Intervention: Prescriptions for Restoration of Peace, Hiroshima Peace Institute (ed.), Yushindo, 2003, pp. 19-41. (Japanese)

 

83.    gRe-considering the Concept of State Sovereignty in International Relations: The Trend of rule-of-law thoughts during the Inted-war Period and the Emergence of political Realism,h Sisoh, No.945, 2003, pp. 86-103. (Japanese)

 

84.    gThe Use of Depleted Uranium in Armed Conflicth, IPSHU Research Report No. 29. (Japanese)

 

85.    gPeace-building by the Rule of Law: An Examination of Intervention in the Form of International Tribunals,h International Journal of Peace Studies, Volume 7, Number 1, Spring/Summer 2002, pp. 41-58.

 

86.    gReconsidering the Concept of Peace-building from the Perspective of International Peace Operations,h Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 24, 2002, pp. 21-45. (Japanese)

 

87.    gSovereignty: Human Rights and the Critical Point of Constitutionalism: A Historical and Theoretical Examination of the Right to Resistance and the Right to Intervention,h The Annuals of the Japanese Political Science Association 2001, pp. 157-169. (Japanese)

 

88.    gPeace-building and International Criminal Tribunals: International Judicial Intervention as Humanitarian Intervention,h Social Sciences Studies, Hiroshima University, vol. 27, 2001, pp. 91-111. (Japanese)

 

89.    gRule of Law in International Society and a New Paradigm of Conflict Resolution,h Sohbun, 2001, pp. 7-12. (Japanese)

 

90.    gHistorical Development of International Norms: Order, Justice and State Sovereignty,h Japan Peace Research Association (ed.), Heiwa Kenkyu (Peace Studies), 2001, pp. 86-96. (Japanese)

 

91.    gNuclear Weapons and International Humanitarian Law as Jus Cogens: The Problem of jus in bello and jus ad bellum or Law and Politics in the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice on the Legality of the Use and the Threat of Nuclear Weapons,h Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 23, 2001, pp. 1-24. (Japanese)

 

92.    gThe Use of Nuclear Weapons and International Humanitarian law with Special Reference to the 1996 Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice on the Use and the Threat of Nuclear Weapons,h Institute for Peace Science of Hiroshima University (ed.), IPSHU Research Report Series No. 27: Nuclear Issues in the Post-Cold War World and Japan, 2001, pp. 119-199. (Japanese)

 

93.    gThe Politics of Legitimacy in International Society: The Case of NATO's Bombing of Yugoslaviah, The Journal of International Studies, Institute of International Relations, Sofia University, no. 47, January 2001, pp. 1-22. (Japanese)

 

94.    gThe Politics of Legitimacy in International Relations: A Critical Examination of NATOfs Intervention in Kosovo,h Alternatives, vol. 25, no. 4, 2000, pp. 515-536.

 

95.    gSovereignty, Realism and Westphalia in the Study of International Politics with Special Reference to Carr, Morgenthau, Bull and Waltzh, Social Sciences Studies, Hiroshima University, vol. 26, 2000, pp. 93-132. (Japanese)

 

96.    gThe Politics of Legitimacy in International Relations: The Case of NATO Intervention in Kosovoh, First Press: New Writing on World Politics, Society and Culture [http://www.theglobalsite.ac.uk/press.htm], October 2000.

 

97.    International Assistance in Domestic Elections in the Post-Cold War Era: Human Rights, Peace and the Function of Democracyh, Hiroshima Peace Science, vol. 22, 2000, pp. 137-177. (Japanese)

 

98.    gThe Transformation of the Concept of State Sovereignty: Its Implications in the Theory of International Relations"

99.    International Politics, Japan Association of International Studies, vol. 124, 2000, pp. 89-107. (Japanese)

 

100.  gThe Problem of Modernity in the Concept of State Sovereignty: An Exploration into episteme of Political Conceptsh, Social Sciences Studies, Hiroshima University, vol. 25, 1999, pp. 11-44. (Japanese)

 

101.  gConflicting Notions of National and Constitutional Sovereignty in the Discourses of Political Theory and International Relations: a Genealogical Perspectiveh, Ph.D. thesis, University of London, March 1998.

 

102.  gThe Political Theory of Nietsche: The Political Thought of eAnti-Politicsf and eGreat Politicsfh, Yasunobu Fujiwara and Shozo Iijima (eds.), History of Western Political Thoughts (Tokyo: Shin-Hyoron, 1995). (Japanese)

 

 

      (Conference Presentations)

 

1.     gPartnership Peace Operations and Multi-layered International Security Systemh, Japan International Political Society, October 25, 2020. (Japanese)

 

2.     gCurrent Status and Challenges of Partnership International Peace Operations: In the Development of Multi-layered International Securityh, United Nations Colloquium, January 25, 2020. (Japanese)

 

3.    gWhy almost only in Africa can we find such responses to armed conflicts as UN Peacekeeping Operations and International Criminal Court investigations? g, International Peace Research Association General Conference 2018, Ahmedabad, India, November 25, 2018.

 

4.    gViolence, Conflicts and Peacebuildingh, World Social Science Forum 2018, Fukuoka, Japan, 25 September 2018.

 

5.    gPartnership Peacekeepingh and Regional Diversity of Peace Operations,h International Studies Association Annual Convention, Baltimore, USA, Feb.23, 2017.

 

6.    gPeacebuilding and Security from the Perspective of International Constitutionalismh Annual Convention of the Japan Political Science Association, Ritsumeikan University, 2 October, 2016. (Japanese)

 

7.    gGeopolitics and Global Governance,h International Panel on Social Progress, Collège dfétudes mondiales, April 23, 2016.

 

8.    gPeace and Security in Contemporary International Society: Liberalism, State Sovereignty and Peace of Interventionism in International Orderh, Annual Convention of the Japan Peace Studies Association, Aster Plaza, Hiroshima, 19 July 2015. (Japanese)

 

9.    gThe Myth of State-centrism: The Westphalian System, State Sovereignty and New International Constitutionalismh, Annual Convention of the Japan Association of International Law, Shizuoka Convention Center, 14 October 2013. (Japanese)

 

10.  gPeacebuilding in Japan/Hiroshima,h University of Jaffna (Sri Lanka).

 

11.  gWhy Are Asians Less Interested in Humanitarian Intervention?hAsian Perspective on Humanitarian Intervention in 21st Century, Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions (CISMOR), Doshisha University Graduate School of Global Studies, Doshisha University, UNESCO Bangkok Office, and United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), Imadegawa Campust of Doshisha University, 26 June 2012.

 

12.  gWhat are Major Tasks for Training Civilians International Interventions?h Civil-Military Affairs Conference 2012 (CMAC 2012): Peace and Stabilisation Operations: Learning from the Past to meet Tomorrowfs Challenges, Canberra, Australia, 29 May 2012.

 

13.  gRwanda: 18 Years After,h 18th Commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, Embassy of the Republic of Rwanda, Tokyo, 9 April 2012.

 

14.  gRe-examining the Principle of Local Ownership in Peacebuilding- State-building and Reconstruction of Community, and the Modernization of Japan and Tohoku,h Annual Convention, The Peace Studies Association of Japan, Okinawa University, June 23, 2012. (Japanese)

 

15.  gPeacebuilding and International Order- Constitutionalism and State Sovereignty: Analysis of The Rule of Law Approach in Peacebuilding,h Annual Convention, Japan Association of International Relations, Tsukuba International Congress Center, November 11, 2011. (Japanese)

 

16.  gThe Significance of Local Ownership in Peacebuilding: From Respect to Strategic Developmenth, Annual Convention, International Studies Association, Montreal, March 18, 2011.

 

17.  gThe Principle of Local Ownership as a Bridge between International Standards and Indigenous Methods in Peacebuilding,h Conference on Indigenous Methods of Conflict Resolution and Peace Building, Centre for Culture and Peace Studies, University of Botswana, Gaborone, 23 September 2010.

 

18.  gJapanese Contributions to Nation-building and Peace-building,h The Evolution of Japan's Defense Posture, French Institute of International Relations, Paris, 14 April, 2010.

 

19.  gHuman Rights, Democracy and Peace in Universal International Society,h Carnegie/Uehiro/Oxford Conference on Human Rights, Democracy, and Democratization, Carnegie International Endowment for Peace, New York, 12 November 2009.

 

20.  gConstitutionalism and International Order,h Annual Convention, Japan Association of International Relations, Tsukuba International Congress Center, October 25, 2008.

 

21.  gThe Difficulty and Importance of Local Ownership and Capacity Development in Peacebuilding,h Annual Convention, International Studies Association, San Francisco, March 28, 2008.

 

22.  gToward a Sustainable Strategy of Peacebuilding: An Examination of Negative and Positive Justifications of Security Sector Reform (SSR),h Annual Convention, International Studies Association, Chicago, March 2, 2007.

 

23.  gConjunctures of Globalism, Regionalism and Nationalism in Peacebuilding: Failed States Threaten Failing International Society or Vice Versa?h Commemoration Convention for the 50th Anniversary of the Foundation of Japan Association of International Relations, Kazusa Academia Hall, October 14, 2006.

 

24.  gCan the Peacebuilding Commission be a Breakthrough of the UN Reform,h Annual Convention, Japan Association of International Relations, Yokohama National University, October 8, 2006.

 

25.  gWhy Is an Election Needed in Peacebuilding?: A Theoretical Consideration of the Strategic Role of Elections after Armed Conflicts,h Annual Convention, International Studies Association, San Diego, USA, March 22, 2006.

 

26.  gThe Development of International Order: In Search for Value Systems Constitutive of International Order,h Annual Convention of the Japan International Relations Association, Sapporo Convention Center, November 20, 2005.

 

27.  gMultiple Sources of International Order: The Illusion of the Westphalia Model and the Vienna Model and the Monroe Model,h Research Group on Contemporary Thoughts of the Suntory Foundation, July 8, 2005, Suntory Foundation. (Japanese)

 

28.  gThe Problem of CIMIC and Peacebuilding in Iraqh, Research Group on Institute of Defense Studies, Institute of Defense Studies, July 1, 2005. (Japanese)

 

29.  gThe Rule of Law Approach of Peacebuilding and the Issue of Empowerment,h Peacebuilding Research Group, Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University, June 17, 2005. (Japanese)

 

30.  gTowards the International Criminal Court as a Peacebuilding Institution,h Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciencefs Project on the Promotion of Humanistic and Social Sciences Symposium gPeacebuilding and Global Governance,h Hotel Laforet Tokyo, March 26, 2005.

 

31.  gImplementing Peace through the Imposition of Rule of Law: Reevaluating Peace-building Strategies in Bosnia and Herzegovina Ten Years after the Dayton Peace Agreement,h Annual Convention, International Studies Association, Hawaii, USA, February 23, 2005.

 

32.  2Political Theory of Peace-building: Practical Tasks and the Role of Japan,h Japan Political Science Association, October 2, 2004, Sapporo University. (Japanese)

 

33.  gToward Nuclear Abolition,h Asahi Newspaper, City of Hiroshima and Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundationfs International Peace Symposium, Hiroshima International Conference Hall, August 1, 2004. (Japanese)

 

34.  gODA, Poverty Reduction and Peace-building,h Center of Environment and Sustainable Societyfs Seminar, Tokyo Womenfs Plaza, July 26, 2004. (Japanese)

 

35.  gThe Tasks and Limits of Peace-building Assistances in Developmental Aid,h JICA, International Cooperation Centerfs International Conference Hall, July 15, 2004.

 

36.  gThe Global Power and Post-conflict Peace-building: An Examination of the US Involvement in International Peace Operations,h Spring Research Meeting of the Peace Studies Association of Japan, Hokkaido Tokai University, June 26, 2004. (Japanese)

 

37.  gWhy Do We Need Civilians in Post-conflict Areas?: The Importance and the Danger of Peace-building Activities,h Symposium on "The Contribution of Civilians in Post-conflict Peace-building," Waseda University, June 23, 2004. (Japanese)

 

38.  gUN Peace Operations and Japanese Diplomacy,h The 6th Research Meeting of the Japan United Nations Study Association, Nakanoshima Center of Osaka University, May 23, 2004. (Japanese)

 

39.  gOperational Phases of Human Security Measures in and after Armed Conflict: The Link between Humanitarian Aid and Peace-building,h Annual Convention, International Studies Association, Montreal, Canada, March 18, 2004.

 

40.  gThe Political Thought of American eEmpiref: Liberal Democracy and the End of Historyh, Annual Convention of the Japan Association of International Relations, Tsukuba International Conference Hall, October 18, 2003.

 

41.  gThe Rule of Law and the Rule of Force: The Relevance of the United States in International Peace Operationsh, Aoyamagakuin University's International Politics and Economics Research Development Center, October 15, 2003. (Japanese)

 

42.  gDepleted Uranium: A Challenge from Humanitarianismh, 46th Annual Convention of the Japan Radiation Research Society, Kyoto Research Park, October 8, 2003. (Japanese)

 

43.  gCash-dispenser, Free Rider, or What?: Japan's Roles in Peace Operationsh, East Asian Institute, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, 12 November, 2002.

 

44.  The Implications of the Establishment of the International Criminal Court to the US Role in International Orderh, Institute of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, 6 November, 2002.

 

45.  gGlobalization and Unilateralism with Special Reference to the Issue of the International Criminal Courth. Waseda Political Science Association, Waseda University, 17 May, 2002. (Japanese)

 

46.  gEnforcing International Criminal Law as a Tool for Peace-building: An Examination of the Rule of Law Approach of Peace-buildingh, Annual Convention, International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA, USA, 25 March 2002.

 

47.  gRe-examining State Sovereignty in International Relations with Special Reference to the Rule of Law Tradition in the Anglo-American Countriesh, Meeting of the Japan Political Science Association, Rikkyo University, 13 October 2001. (Japanese)

 

48.  gThe Rule of Law Approach in International Peace Operations,h 136th Research Meeting of the Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University, 14 July 2001. (Japanese)

 

49.  gPeace, Justice, War and State Sovereignty: Dimensions of Public Violence in the Contemporary Worldh, 2001 Meeting of the Chugoku-Shikoku Branch of the Japan Peace Research Association, Yamagkuchi Prefectural University, 7 July 2001. (Japanese)

 

50.  gPeace-building by the Rule of Law: An Examination of Intervention in the Form of International Tribunalsh, Annual convention, International Studies Association, Chicago, IL, USA, 22 March 2001.

 

51.  gThe Politics of Legitimacy in International Relations: The Case of NATOfs Intervention in Kosovoh, Annual convention, International Studies Association, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 15 March 2000.

 

52.  gThe Problem of Legitimacy in International Politcsh, 41th Chu-shikoku Hosei Gakkai, Matsuyama University, Matsuyakma, 1 July, 2000. (Japanese)

 

53.  gThe Function of Democracy in the Post-Cold War Erah, Japan Peace Studies Association, Risshou University Ohsaki Campus, Tokyo, November 13, 1999. (Japanese)

 

54.  gThe Transformation of Concepts of State Sovereigntyh, Japan Internatinal Studies Association, Annual Convention, kazusa Academia Hall, Kisarazu, May 15, 1999. (Japanese)

 

55.  gTwo Aspects of State Sovereignty: The Encounter of Sovereignty with Nationalism and Constitutionalism"

56.  1999 International Studies Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., February 1999.

 

57.  gThe Concept of State Sovereignty and International Constitutionalismh, International Relations Research Seminar, Keele university, November 1997.

 

58.  gThe Nietzschean Aspect of Genealogyh, Critical International Theories Group Workshop, Nuffield College, Oxford, September 1997.

 

59.  gTwo Aspects of Sovereigntyh, Sovereignty and Subjectivity, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, September 1995.

 

60.  gNietzschefs Political Thoughtsh, Waseda University Contemporary Political Science Institute, April 1993. (Japanese)

 

 

@@@(Invited Public Lectures)

 

1.              gPartnership Peace Operations and Multi-layered International Security Systemh, Japan Peacekeeping Training and Research Center, Joint Staff College, Ministry of Defense, December 1, 2020.

 

2.              gRight of Collective Self-Defense and the Constitution: Article 9 Constitutional Amendment and Japan's Securityh, Tokyo Goyu Federation, November 26, 2020.

 

3.              gProblems of postwar Japanese constitutional law and desirable future constitutional theoryh Kyoto Association of Corporate Executives, November 26, 2020.

 

4.              gLearning International Politics at Universityh, Kanagawa Prefectural Tama High School, November 10, 2020.

 

5.              Appearance in Yaesu Evening Lab, June 24, 2020.

 

6.              Appearance on Nippon Broadcasting System "Koji Iida's OK! Cozy Up", April 29, 2020, November 4, 2020.

 

7.              gSrebrenica and the present of" protection of civilians: ~ Flexible Applications of Chapter VII of the UN Charter and the role of regional organizationsh, Symposium gSocial conflict and aftermath after the 25th year of Srebrenica genocide, collective memoryh, Rikkyo University, January 13, 2020.

 

8.              "What is a constitutional amendment for vibrant Japan?", Liberal Democratic Party Constitutional Amendment Promotion Headquarters, December 9, 2019.

 

9.              gWhat is the constitutional amendment that gives vitality to Japan?h, Osaka Club, November 13, 2019.

 

10.            gJapan and the Free and Open Indo-Pacifich, The Dhaka Global Dialogue, Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 11-13, 2019.

 

11.            gSummary Lecture at the International Discussion Forum on Peacekeeping Training in Africah, Ethiopian International Peace Support Training Institute (PSTI), Addis Ababa, Oct. 28-30, 2019.

 

12.            gHistory of Peacebuilding in Japanh, UNDP Syria gLearning from Japanfs Experience and Dialogue for the Future Recovery of Syriah, September 10, 2019.

 

13.            gHiroshima Peace Memorial City Construction Law 70th Anniversary Symposium Keynote Speech: Peace Memorial City Shining in the World in the Futureh, July 13, 2019.@ (Japanese)

 

14.            gConflict Resolutionh, Kochi Prefectural Pursuit High School, June 22, 2019. (Japanese)

 

15.            gThe Deadlock in Japanese Diplomacy-From the Problems of Traditional Constitutional Interpretationh, Kansai University Institute of Economics and Political Science, June 28, 2019. (Japanese)

 

16.            gHistory of Peacebuilding in Japanh, UNDP Syria gLearning from Japanfs Experience and Dialogue for the Future Recovery of Syriah, June 9, 2019.

 

17.            gPeacebuilding Processes of Japan and Hiroshimah, Institut des Relations Internationales du Cameroun (IRIC).Yaounde, Cameroon, 22 March 2019.

 

18.            gRecent Trends of Armed Conflicts and International Peace Operationsh, Centre africain dfEtudes Internationales, Diplomatiques, Economiques et Stratégiques, en abrégé (CEIDES), Yaounde, Cameroon, 22 March 2019.

 

19.            gRecent Trends of Armed Conflicts and International Peace Operationsh, Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR), Abuja, Nigeria, Cameroon, 21 March 2019.

 

20.            gPeacebuilding Process of Japan and Hiroshimah, University of Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda, 18 March 2019.

 

21.            gRecent Trends of Armed Conflicts and International Peace Operationsh, Rwanda Peace Academy, Musanza, Rwanda, 19 March 2019.

 

22.            gPeacebuilding Process of Japan and Hiroshimah, University of Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda, 18 March 2019.

 

23.            gPeacebuilding Process of Japan and Hiroshimah, Esperanza University, Cotonou, Benin, 16 March 2019.

 

24.            gPeacebuilding Process of Japan and Hiroshimah, CPADD (Centre de Perfectionnement aus Actions Postconflictuelles de Demnage et de Depollution), Ouidah, Benin, 15 March 2019.

 

25.            gPeace Activities in the Middle East and Africa and the Role of Japanh, Japan International Peacebuilding Association 2018 Research Conference, December 8, 2018. (Japanese)

 

26.            gA History of Peacebuilding: The Case of Japan / Hiroshimah, the Institute of Modern Languages, University of Dhaka, 13 August 2018.

 

27.            gThe Possibility of Japanfs Contributions to International Peacebuilding in the Age of Partnership Peace Operationsh, International Conference on International Peacebuilding at the Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies, 12 August 2018.

 

28.            gPartnership Peacekeeping and Capacity Developmenth, National Defense College Nigeria, 27 July 2018.

 

29.            gUN Peacekeeping Operations and the Role of Japanh, UPF-Japan and the Institute for Peace Policies, 4 July 2018.

 

30.            gInternational Peace Operations in the 21st Century and the Constitution of Japanh, Center for Air Power Strategic Studies, Air Staff College, Air Self Defense Force, 2 July 2018. (Japanese)

 

31.            gAUfs Withdrawal from the ICC in the Age of Partnership Peacekeepingh, TUFS ACS Seminar, 8 June 2018.

 

32.            gThe Korean Peninsula from the Perspective of Geopoliticsh, Investment Research Group of Daiwa Securities, 6 June 2018. (Japanese)

 

33.            gAn Examination of LDPfs Draft Amendmentsh, Research Group on Constitutional Amendments of the Japan Innovation Party, 29 May 2018. (Japanese)

 

34.            gThe Constitution of Japan in the 21st Centuryh, Kajima Institute of International Peace, 13 April 2018. (Japanese)

 

35.            gJapanfs International Peace Cooperation Activities and Constitutional Amendmentsh, Keizai Club, 20 April 2018. (Japanese)

 

36.            gOn Amendments of Article 9h, Review Meeting on Article 9 by LDP Members, 22 February 2018. (Japanese)

 

37.            gIntroducing International Law in understanding the Constitutionh, National Dialogue on the Constitution, 21 February 2018. (Japanese)

 

38.            gRealistic Diplomacy and Security Policies based upon Pacifismh, Policy Council of LDP House of Counselors, 201 February 2018. (Japanese)

 

39.            gRethinking the Constitution of Japanh, TAMA Citizen College, 10 February 2018. (Japanese)

 

40.            gThe Constitution in the Worldh, Japan International Forum, 16 January 2018. (Japanese)

 

41.            gThe Constitution of Japan and the Right of Collective Self-Defenseh, TUFS Alumni Association, 13 January 2018. (Japanese)

 

42.            gThe Right of Collective Self-Defenseh, Department of Law, Kagawa University, 12 December 2017. (Japanese)

 

43.            gYoshinofs Democracy and Constitutionalism: Pre-war and Post-war Japanh, Yoshino Sakuzo Memorial Museum, 3 November 2017. (Japanese)

 

44.            gInternational Cooperation and the Constitution of Japanh, Association of Journalists, 6 October 2017. (Japanese)

 

45.            gArticle 9 and Emergency Provisionsh, Constitutional Committee, Keizai Doyou Kai, 14 September 2017. (Japanese)

 

46.            gTheories of Geopolitics on Far East among Japanese Intellectuals with Special Reference to Contemporary Territorial Disputes Surrounding Japanh, International Seminar Russia and Japan in a Time of New Geopolitics, Vladivostok, Sep. 2, 2017. (Japanese)

 

47.            gTasks to enhance Japanese Contributions to Peace Operationsh, 21st Century Vision no Kai, 3 July 2017. (Japanese)

 

48.            gThe Right of Collective Self Defense and the Constitutionh, Constitutional Amendments Promotion Headquarters, Liberal Democratic Party, 12 June 2017. (Japanese)

 

49.            Carnegie Rising Democracies Network Workshop: gDemocracy, Conflict, and New Asian Geopoliticsh co-organized by Hitotsubashi University and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Tokyo, Japan, May 29-30, 2017, Session III—Conflict in Asia: what role for democracy?

 

50.            gWest-centrism, Domestic Analogy and Inter-civilizational International Law,h Symposium on International Law in the inter-civilizational Worldh, 19 March 2017. (Japanese)

 

51.            gManaging Territorial Disputes Constructively: The Case of Japan,h Graduate Program in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence, Brandeis University, March 17, 2017.

 

52.            gArmed Conflicts in the World and Reconstruction of Hiroshimah, Hiroshima Junior International Forum, 21 August 2016. (Japanese)

 

53.            gHuman Resource Development and Peacebuilding in South Sudanh, Symposium on South Sudan, Japan Platform, 9 July 2016. (Japanese)

 

54.            gWhat does it mean to emphasize Politics for International Peace Operations?h Japan Peacekeeping Training and Researchfs Symposium, International Peace Cooperation Center, Ministry of Defense, November 20, 2015.

 

55.            gPeace Building and an Effective Civil Serviceh, UNITAR Hiroshima, South Sudan Fellowship Programme Workshop One, Juba, South Sudan, November 24, 2015.

 

56.            gChallenges in South Sudanh, All Japan Research Meeting, 10 September 2015. (Japanese)

 

57.            gProfessor Fujiwara Yasunobufs Political Philosophy and the Possibility of International Political Theoryh, 29 November 2014. (Japanese)

 

58.            gJapanfs Aid in Africah, Seminar on Japan-France Cooperation, TUFS Institute of International Relations and Japan Institute of International Affairs, in Paris, France, 19 December 2013.

 

59.            gIs the State necessary for Peace?h Kyushu University , 13 December 2013. (Japanese)

 

60.            gPeacebuilding in Hiroshima,h Hebron, Palestine, Yes Theater, September 16, 2013.

 

61.            gPeacebuilding in Japan,h Khartoum University and Ahfad University, Sudan, 10 and 11 September 2013.

 

62.            gOn Constitutional Amendment Plans of LDPh, Symposium of the Association of Article 96, International Christian University, 28 September 2013. (Japanese)

 

63.            gRecent Trends of Armed Conflicts and International Peace Operationsh, TUFS Institute of International Relations, 18 July 2013. (Japanese)

 

64.            gStudies on Peacebuilding and International Societyh, TUFS Institute of Foreign Affairs, 10 July 2013. (Japanese)

 

65.            gDoes International Law have History?h Institute of Oriental Studies, Tokyo University, 12 July 2013. (Japanese)

 

66.            gMyth of Westphalia, Research Seminar gThe Myth of 1648 Revisited,h Komazawa University, 23 November, 2012.

 

67.            g20 Years of Japanfs Peacekeepingh, Ritsumaikan University, 5 October 2012. (Japanese)

 

68.            gWhy Are Asians Less Interested in Humanitarian Intervention?h Asian Perspective on Humanitarian Intervention in 21st Century, Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions (CISMOR), Doshisha University Graduate School of Global Studies, Doshisha University, UNESCO Bangkok Office, and United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), Imadegawa Campust of Doshisha University, 26 June 2012.

 

69.            gWhat are Major Tasks for Training Civilians International Interventions?h Civil-Military Affairs Conference 2012 (CMAC 2012): Peace and Stabilisation Operations: Learning from the Past to meet Tomorrowfs Challenges, Canberra, Australia, 29 May 2012.

 

70.            gRwanda: 18 Years After,h 18th Commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, Embassy of the Republic of Rwanda, Tokyo, 9 April 2012.

 

71.            gPeace Institutes in Hiroshimah, Ritsumeikan University, 19 December 2011. (Japanese)

 

72.            gHistory of the Peace Memorial City, Hiroshimah, Hiroshima Womenfs Chamber of Commerce, 18 February 2011. (Japanese)

 

73.            gHealth Intervention Needs in the Fields of Peacebuildingh, Symposium on Peacebuilding and Public Health, Hiroshima University, 4 October 2010. (Japanese)

 

74.            gPost-conflict Peacebuilding with reference to the Case of Japan (Hiroshima),h Kofi Annan Institute for Conflict Transformation, University of Liberia, 17 September 2010.

 

75.            gThe Significance of History of Hiroshima for Post-conflict Societiesh, 22nd Hiroshima Peace Forum, Hiroshima Peace Culture Center, 3 July 2010. (Japanese)

 

76.            gTasks of Post-conflict Peacebuilding: Lessons of Contemporary Cases and Histories of Japan (Hiroshima),h Department of International History and Relations, Colombo University, 25 July 2009.

 

77.            gR2P, Sovereignty and Peacebuilding,h Workshop on The Responsibility to Protect, Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University, 22 June 2009.

 

78.            gOrder in International Societyh Hosei University, 13 May 2009. (Japanese)

 

79.            gPeacebuilding in Africa and Human Resource Development for Peacebuildingh TICAD IV Follow-up Symposium, United Nations University, 11 March 2009. (Japanese)

 

80.            gPeacebuilding in Africah, Seminar on Humanitarian Aid, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Hiroshima City Hall of Students from Abroad, 29 November 2008. (Japanese)

 

81.            gActors of Peacebuildingh, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 12 November 2008. (Japanese)

 

82.            gReconstruction of Hiroshima,h Love & Peace Lounge in Hiroshima 2008, Café Paco, Hiroshima, August 6, 2008.

 

83.            gWhat kind of International Contributions?h 3rd Hiroshima International Youth Symposium, Hiroshima University, 25 August 2007. (Japanese)

 

84.            gPeace Consolidationh, TICAD Citizens Forum, JICA Tokyo, 23 June 2007. (Japanese)

 

85.            gPost-conflict Reconstruction of Japan and Hiroshimah, Japan-China-Korea Next Generation Leadersf Forum, The Japan Foundation, 25 June 2007.

 

86.            gThe Possibility of Peace City Hiroshimah, 2nd Youth International Symposium, Hiroshima University, 17 February 2007. (Japanese)

 

87.            gHiroshimafs Post-conflict Reconstruction and the Importance of the Will and Capacity for Peacebuilding in Local Society,h HIPEC International Peacebuilding Conference: Indigenous Initiatives for Peacebuilding: Importance of Local Viewpoints and Expected Roles of Developmental Assistance, March 8, 2007.

 

88.            gHow Can We Become World Citizens in Such a Turbulent Age?: A Reflection in Hiroshima upon Contemporary Post-Conflict Peacebuilding Activities,h The INU Student Seminar on Global Citizenship in Hiroshimah Hiroshima University, August 7, 2006.

 

89.            gThe Function of DDR in Peacebuildingh, Sue International Symposium on Peacebuilding, 28 November 2005. (Japanese)

 

90.            gToward International Peacebuildingh Public Seminar on Peace from Hiroshima, Hiroshima University, 15 September 2005. (Japanese)

 

91.            gTasks for Peace in the 21st Centuryh UNU Global Seminar, 14 September 2005. (Japanese)

 

92.            gPeacebuilding in Iraqh, Hiroshima International Center, 22 June 2005. (Japanese)

 

93.            gInternational Peace Operationsh, Peace Osaka, 30 January 2005. (Japanese)

 

94.            gPeacebuilding and the Rule of Lawh, Waseda University, 22 December 2004. (Japanese)

 

95.            gJICA Training Course for Bosnia and Herzegovina in Hiroshimah, Hiroshima International Peace Forum, Hiroshima Prefecture and JICA Chugoku Center, 23 November 2004. (Japanese)

 

96.            gPeace Studies at Hiroshima Universityh Symposium on Peace Studies at Hiroshima University, 14 October 2004. (Japanese)

 

97.            gInternational Peace Operations and Contemporary Japanh, Training for Policy Assistants for Members of the House of Counsellors, 8 September 2004. (Japanese)

 

98.            gHow to build Peace in a Post-conflict Societyh, Noborimachi Church, 5 September 2004. (Japanese)

 

99.            gNew Dimensions of Peacebuildingh, Hiroshima Peace Forum, Hiroshima City Office and Hiroshima Peace Culture Center, 28 August 2004. (Japanese)

 

100.         gThe Possibility of Hiroshimah, Symposium on Nuclear Disarmament, Asahi Newspaper, Hiroshima City Office and Hiroshima Peace Culture Center, 1 August 2004. (Japanese)

 

101.         gUnited Nations and Peacebuildingh, Student UN Conference, 27 July 2004. (Japanese)

 

102.         gPeacebuilding through ODAh, Sustainable Society Research Group, 26 July 2004. (Japanese)

 

103.         gHuman Resources for Peacebuildingh, JICA International Training Center, 15 July 2004. (Japanese)

 

104.         gWhy Civilians are Needed in (Post-)Conflict Areash, Symposium commemorating Ambassador Oku, Waseda University, 23 June 2004. (Japanese)

 

105.         gPeacebuilding, Rule of Law, and Japanfs International Peace Cooperationh, Cabinet Office, 20 February 2004. (Japanese)

 

 

@@@(Miscellaneous)

 

1.              gContents of Important Remarks at the Japan-US 2 + 2 Meeting Not Reported by the Japanese Media: Myanmar, Japan-US Alliance, Magnitsky Acth, Gendai Business, March 19, 2021. (Japanese)

 

2.              gCan the Biden administration push back the tide of democracy? Foresight, March 3, 2021. (Japanese)

 

3.              gThree Wars Headed by the Biden Administration,h Sankei Shimbun, March 2, 2021. (Japanese)

 

4.              gJapans Challenges ... How to Respond to Myanmarfs Military Coup: Free and Open Indo-Pacifich, Gendai Business, "March 1, 2021. (Japanese)

 

5.              gImplement FOIP and further develop ith, Seiron, March 2021 issue. (Japanese)

 

6.              What was Trump diplomacy? How to overcome the security crisis, Gendai Business, January 23, 2021. (Japanese)

 

7.              gThe crisis of" grasshopper outbreak and hunger problem that became serious in the back of COVID-19: what is required of liberal countries nowh, Gendai Business, January 19, 2021. (Japanese)

 

8.              gWhat kind of world do we live in in 2020, which is unusual? Looking back on the turbulent world from three perspectivesh, Gendai Business, December 30, 2020. (Japanese)

 

9.              gCan FOIP survive in China?h Sankei Shimbun, December 24, 2020. (Japanese)

 

10.            gCriminal Organized West Africa: Armed Terrorist Organizationh, Foresight, December 23, 2020. (Japanese)

 

11.            gNow that the three weeks of the game has been defeated, the only thing that Prime Minister Suga should do as a countermeasure against COVID-19: "Rebuild the Japanese model, Gendai Business, December 23, 2020. (Japanese)

 

12.            gSelf-Defense Forces Jibuchi Base: the cornerstone of the Indo-Pacific Initiative that also responds to Russiafs African strategy, Foresight, December 9, 2020. (Japanese)

 

13.            gCOVID-19, the most fearful thing for Japanese people is division of society: If we follow Americah, Gendai Business, December 8, 2020. (Japanese)

 

14.            gWhat Does the Ethiopian Government's Military Operations Bring?h Foresight, November 12, 2020. (Japanese)

 

15.            gThe only one thing that Prime Minister Suga should say to Mr. Biden, who has a bad diplomatic sense: How to get Japan's position recognizedh, Gendai Business, November 10, 2020. (Japanese)

 

16.            gHow should Japan deal with the United States after Trumpfs defeat: The reality of too serious bipolarizationh, Gendai Business, November 7, 2020. (Japanese)

 

17.            gConstitutional scholars domineering-the core of the Science Council of Japan issueh, Sankei Shimbun, October 18, 2020. (Japanese)

 

18.            gDistortion of Constitutional Theory, toica, October 2020 issue. (Japanese)

 

19.            gThe only thing that Prime Minister Suga should do right now on the Science Council issue: The voices of many people cannot be ignored anymoreh, Gendai Business, October 16, 2020. (Japanese)

 

20.            gThe issue of refusal to appoint the Science Council of Japan has nothing to do with academic freedom: Do not abuse the Constitution for justification of privilegesh, President Online, October 13, 2020. (Japanese)

 

21.            gEstablishment of diplomatic relations of Somaliland with Taiwanh, Foresight, September 17, 2020. (Japanese)

 

22.            The only thing that Prime Minister Suga should do about Article 9 of the Constitution: Whereabouts of Prime Minister Abe's long-cherished wish" Constitutional Amendmenth, Gendai Business, September 16, 2020. (Japanese)

 

23.            gThe Achievement of International Security, which has developed in multiple layers,h Komei, August 2020 issue. (Japanese)

 

24.            gWhat was the second Abe administration? The structural circumstances that allowed us to maintain a long-term administration: a summary from a broader perspective,h Gendai Business, August 31, 2020. (Japanese)

 

25.            gMilitary use of drones: Problems under international law, Foresight, July 15, 2020. (Japanese)

 

26.            gThe decisive weakness of the Japanese model questioned before the arrival of the COVID-19 second wave: Japanese model vs. Nishiura model 2.0h, Gendai Business, July 7, 2020. (Japanese)

 

27.            gSuccessful Containment of COVID-19? What was the Japanese Model, Its Significance and Achievements: Toward COVID-19 Countermeasures in the Futureh, Gendai Business, May 28, 2020. (Japanese)

 

28.            gComplexity of armed conflict increased by the COVID-19 crisis: Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Somalia, West Africa nowh, Foresight, May 28, 2020. (Japanese)

 

29.            gNow that the State of Emergency has produced breakthrough results, let's talk about future policies: Beyond the Closed COVID-19 Controversy,h Gendai Business, May 13, 2020. (Japanese)

 

30.            gThe Japanese model that is questioned in the extension of the state of emergency, its strengths and weaknesses: the past and future of Japanfs countermeasures,h May 5, 2020. (Japanese)

 

31.            gInternational Conflict by "COVID-19" against appeal from UN Secretary-Generalh, Foresight, May 1, 2020. (Japanese)

 

32.            gSelf-restraint Request: Japanese COVID-19 Countermeasures: Voluntary Efforts Withdrawal Results, Yomiuri Shimbun, April 30, 2020, page 9. (Japanese)

 

33.            gThe world tremors due to the COVID-19 crisis ... Vaccine development has a great influence on the battle for hegemony: How should Japan move?h Gendai Business, April 29, 2020. (Japanese)

 

34.            gThe COVID-19 destroys Western societies ... Will the Japanese model succeed? The true value of a liberal society is being questionedh, Gendai Business, March 26, 2020. (Japanese)

 

35.            gCan Trump withdraw from Afghanistan?h Foresight, March 19, 2020. (Japanese)

 

36.            gCOVID-19 fatigue is accelerating ... The responsibility of the Abe administration to just ask the peopleh, March 18, 2020. (Japanese)

 

37.            gForefront of the War on Terrorism: The Misery Seen in Mali,h Foresight, January 27, 2020. (Japanese)

 

38.            gThe beginning of the shock with the murder of Commander Iran ... Where is this world going: The world's armed conflict situation and Japan drifting,h Gendai Business, January 8, 2020. (Japanese)

 

39.            gThe Rohingya Issue at the International Court of Justice Oral Aung San Suu Kyifs Aim,h Foresight, December 26, 2019. (Japanese)

 

40.            gThe Constitution of Japan that the Japanese do not know-Why is the myth fake?h Gendai Business, December 18, 2019. (Japanese)

 

41.            gThe supporters of Moon Jae-in are angry ... Why South Korea misunderstood the attitude of the United States,h Gendai Business, December 19, 2019. (Japanese)

 

42.            gThe Return of Ethiopia Renaissance Dam and Indo-Pacific Strategyh, Foresight, November 18, 2019. (Japanese)

 

43.            gWho was Sadako Ogata? The strength and belief that survived the turbulent world,h Gendai Business, November 13, 2019. (Japanese)

 

44.            gThinking about the'right to dissolve the prime minister from Japanfs constitutional amendment debate and the turmoil in Britain: We must learn from the experience of Britain, Gendai Business, September 19, 2019. (Japanese)

 

45.            Afghan Peace Negotiations Deadlock Caused by Trump Administrationfs Fluctuations,h Foresight, September 18, 2019. (Japanese)

 

46.            Impact of the destruction of GSOMIA...Offense and defense is necessary to counter Moon Jae-in, South Korea: International law vs. What should we do with historical recognition? Gendai Business, August 23, 2019. (Japanese)

 

47.            gThe lie of the strongest theory of constitutional scholars "advocated by Professor Emeritus of the University of Tokyo: authoritarianism rather than constitutionalism, President Online, August 22, 2019. (Japanese)

 

48.            gThe postwar constitutional interpretation: the man who made the absurd doctrineh, President Online, August 22, 2019. (Japanese)

 

49.            gThe Potsdam Process from the Strait of Hormuz and Article 9 of the Constitution, Foresight, July 23, 2019. (Japanese)

 

50.            gMany people have been fooled by the strange words used only by Japanese constitutional scholars: before whether to review the US-Japan Security Treatyh, Gendai Business, July 3, 2019. (Japanese)

 

51.            gRethinking the Japan-US Alliance and Article 9 of the Constitution,h Foresight, July 3, 2019. (Japanese)

 

52.            gWhat should Japan aim for in the more serious recruitment problem: Why Japan cannot compromise,h Gendai Business, June 26, 2019. (Japanese)

 

53.            gDoes the evaluation of Prime Minister Abefs visit to Iran change in the tanker attack case: some perspectives for judging success or failureh, Gendai Business, June 19, 2019. (Japanese)

 

54.            gIs the US-China New Cold War a clash of new civilizations? Now is the time for Japan to face realityh, Gendai Business, June 13, 2019. (Japanese)

 

55.            gDrifting ICC (International Criminal Court) and Japanfs Standing Positionh, Foresight, May 30, 2019. (Japanese)

 

56.            gMeaning of Sudan's President Bashirfs Fallh, Foresight, April 26, 2019. (Japanese)

 

57.            gBuilding Relationships withg Ethiopia hIndispensable for the Development of the Indo-Pacific Strategy, Foresight, April 9, 2019. (Japanese)

 

58.            gTrump is not interested in" eradicating terrorists: Retirement of Mattis "and the end of interventionism, President Online, January 21, 2019. (Japanese)

 

59.            gUS-China New Cold War, War on Terror ... Why is the international situation so complicated: Japanfs presence is being tested now,h Gendai Business, January 12, 2019. (Japanese)

 

60.            gThe Abnormality of Dogmatic Domestic Law Scholars,h VOICE, January 2019. (Japanese)

 

61.            gThinking about the Peacebuilding Process in East Asiah Komei, January 2019. (Japanese)

 

62.            gNew Defense Guidelines / Medium-Term Defense Issues International Peace Cooperation in the Era without Unit Dispatchh, Nippon.dot.com November 20, 2018. (Japanese)

 

63.            gIs Japan's Constitutional Law Really Okay? What We See from the Korean Recruitment Judgment: What Should the Japanese Government Pursue Now?h, Gendai Business, November 7, 2018. (Japanese)

 

64.            gWeight of the Existence of Non-Existent Rohingya Refugeesh, Foresight, October 23, 2018. (Japanese)

 

65.            gWhat is the Fate of Okinawa that many Japanese have turned away from: The Constitutional Theory made at the time of return, Gendai Business October 5, 2018. (Japanese)

 

66.            gMr. Shigeru Ishiba does not have to take the constitutional theory at all: the difference from Prime Minister Abe as seen from the issue of constitutional amendment,h Gendai Business, October 3, 2018. (Japanese)

 

67.            gExamining the Three Myths concerning the Sunakawa Supreme Court Caseh, Gendai Business, 1 August 2018. (Japanese)

 

68.            gThe Depth of the Withdrawal Strategy of African States against the International Criminal Courth, Foresight, 25 July 2018. (Japanese)

 

69.            gWhat are US Troops doing in Africa?h, Foresight, 21 June 2018. (Japanese)

 

70.            gHow to Understand the Structure of the Deal between the US and North Koreah, Gendai Business, 14 June 2018. (Japanese)

 

71.            gIntroductionh and gConclusionh, Constitution Drill (Tatsumi Publishing, 2018). (Japanese)

 

72.            gDo you know what Afghanistan is like Now?h, Foresight, 28 May 2018. (Japanese)

 

73.            gIncomplete Declassification of the Daily Reports of GSDF in Iraqh President Online, 19 May 2018. (Japanese)

 

74.            gThe Lack of Partnership Peacekeeping as the Weakness of Japanfs Foreign Policyh, Foresight, 10 May 2018. (Japanese)

 

75.            gThe Reason why Article 9 needs to be amended nowh, Gwen Business, 3 May 2018. (Japanese)

 

76.            gHow Japan should face the transformation and downsizing of UN Peacekeepingh, Foresight, 23 April 2018. (Japanese)

 

77.            gWhen did the Concept of gNecessary and Minimum Abilityh appear?h Gendai Business, 2 April 2018. (Japanese)

 

78.            Monthly Commentaries, Asakumo Newspaper, from April 2018 onward. (Japanese)

 

79.            gThe Capacity of Mr. Kim Jong Wong to comprehend the Political Environmenth, Gendai Business, 14 March 2018. (Japanese)

 

80.            gThe Collapse of North Korea and the Sphere of Influence of Chinah, President Online, 16 February 2018. (Japanese)

 

81.            gCapacity of Japan and China as the Super-Powerh, President Online, 15 February 2018. (Japanese)

 

82.            gThe Reason why Japan is not regarded as a Great Powerh, President Online, 14 February 2018. (Japanese)

 

83.            gWhat the US would not do against North Koreah, Gendai Business, 7 February 2018. (Japanese)

 

84.            gThe Age of the Endless War on Terror,h Gendai Business, 27 December 2017. (Japanese)

 

85.            gIs it Necessary to insert the Word gSDFh in the Constitution?h President Online, 20 October 2017. (Japanese)

 

86.            gMisunderstanding of Constitutionalism by the Party of Constitutional Democracyh, Gendai Business, 19 October 2017. (Japanese)

 

87.            gLegality of the Right of Collective Self-Defenseh, President Online, 19 October 2017. (Japanese)

 

88.            gWhat kind of Pressure do we need against North Korea?h Gendai Business, 4 October 2017. (Japanese)

 

89.            gOne Essential Thing Japan should and must do against North Koreah, Gendai Business, 9 September 2017. (Japanese)

 

90.            gArticle 9 is recognizing the Right of Collective Self-Defenseh, President Online, 8 September 2017. (Japanese)

 

91.            gJapanese Constitutional Lawyers against International Lawh, President Online, 7 September 2017. (Japanese)

 

92.            gWho was Minister Tomomi Inada?h, Gendai Business, 23 August 2017. (Japanese)

 

93.            gThe Inherent Linkage between Article 9 and the US-Japan Allianceh, President Online, 2 August 2017. (Japanese)

 

94.            gOur Constitution as the Policy of Post-conflict Settlementh, President Online, 28 July 2017. (Japanese)

 

95.            gWhy we Japanese cannot read our Constitution Honestlyh, Gendai Business, 25 July 2017. (Japanese)

 

96.            gLetfs Read Article 9 without Ideological Prejudicesh, Gendai Business, 3 May 2017. (Japanese)

 

97.            gThe Trump Doctrine from the Geopolitical Perspectiveh, Voice, May 2017. (Japanese)

 

98.            gIs it possible for Japan to Participate in UN Peacekeeping as a Diplomatic Toolh, Webroza, April 2017. (Japanese)

 

99.            gThe Consistency of Trump Diplomacyh, Gendai Business, 11 April 2017. (Japanese)

 

100.         gBeginners Guide to Peacekeepingh, Gendai Business, 29 March 2017. (Japanese)

 

101.         gWhat does Japan lose by withdrawing from South Sudan?h Gendai Business, 14 March 2017. (Japanese)

 

102.         gThe Limit of Constitutional Lawyers and Japanfs Participation in UN Peacekeeping,h Gendai Business, 9 January 2017. (Japanese)

 

103.         gDesirable Manner of Japanfs Participation in UN Peacekeeping,h Asakumo Newspaper, 5 January 2017. (Japanese)

 

104.         gThe New International Structure of Wars in our Cotemporary Worldh, 30 December 2016. (Japanese)

 

105.         gThe Role of Hiroshima for International Peaceh, Komei, September 2016. (Japanese)

 

106.         gHiroshima as a Diplomatic Tool: Transformation from the Military City to the City of Peaceh, Nippon Dotcom, August 2015. (Japanese)

 

107.         gUtilizing Pacifism as a Diplomatic Toolh, Asahi Newspaper, 14 August 2015. (Japanese)

 

108.         gGlobal International Order and Global Warsh, Gendai Shisou, November 2014. (Japanese)

 

109.         gHow should we look at the New Security Legislationh, Chugoku Newspaper, 13 September 2015. (Japanese)

 

110.         gThe Right of Collective Self-Defense and International Lawh, Asahi Newspaper, 1 June 2014. (Japanese)

 

111.         gThe Ukraine Crisis and the Worldh, Asahi Newspaper, 13 May 2014. (Japanese)

 

112.         gNeed for 'New Idea,' Taking Leading Role in Japan,"Fukushima Newspaper, March 5, 2012, p.18. (Japanese)

 

113.         gSupport the Victims still Sufferingh Chugoku Newspaper, August 14, 2011, p.30. (Japanese)

 

114.         gHarmful Rumors about Atomic Power Plants: Scapegoat for Escapismh, Sankei Newspaper (Osaka ver.), May 30, 2011, p.11. (Japanese)

 

115.         gHiroshima, Struggling against eHatredfh, Asahi Newspaper, August 26, 2010, p. 7. (Japanese)

 

116.         gWhat is eHuman Resource Development in Asia for Peacebuildingf?h, Review of Peacebuilding Studies (RPS), vol.1, June 2010.

 

117.         gIn Order to Hear the Voices of the Afghan People: The Prospect of Peacebuilding and the Role of Japanh, Gaiko Forum, No. 217, August 2006. (Japanese)

 

118.         gThe limit and Eternity of Peacebuilding: Reflecting upon the Message of John Lennon,h Ronza, February 2006, pp. 138-145. (Japanese)

 

119.         gThe Strategic Perspective of Peacebuilding" (Interview), Aries, Spring, 2005, pp. 8-25. (Japanese)

 

120.         "Electoral Assistance and the Tasks of Japan: International Cooperation in Kosovo," Asahi Newspaper, November 14, 2004, p. 11. (Japanese)

 

121.         gThe Total War by the United States: Where is the framework of peace-building that we can share?h Mainichi Newspaper, September 8, 2004, p. 6. (Japanese)

 

122.         gHiroshima International Symposium: Toward Nuclear Disarmament,h Asahi Newspaper, August 6, 2004, pp. 22-23. (Japanese)

 

123.         gPost-conflict State Building by the United States: Dilemmas of Idealism and Military Power,h Gendaishisou, September, 2004, pp. 188-200. (Japanese)

 

124.         gDiscussions on the Transfer of Sovereignty in Iraq,h Asahi Newspaper, June 30, 2004, pp. 34-35. (Japanese)

 

125.         gThe Limit of Japanese International Cooperation for Peace,h Ronza, June 2004, pp. 36-47. (Japanese)

 

126.         gPeace-building and the Rule of Law: A Reflection in Winter Sarajevo,h Sobun, January-February, 2004, no. 461, pp. 5-9. (Japanese)

 

127.         gPeace-building and the Situation in Iraq: (Article Commemorating the 3rd Osaragi Jiro Rondan Award), Ronza, February 2004, pp.174-179. (Japanese)

 

128.         gToward Peace-building in Iraq: Establishing the Democratic Police in association with the Improved Judicial System,h Tokyo Newspaper, February 17, 2004, Evening Edition, page 8. (Japanese)

 

129.         gBringing a Strategic View in Discussions on Peace-building,h Asahi Newspaper, December 12, 2003, Evening Edition, page 9. (Translated Version at http://www.asahi.com/english/opinion/TKY200401260084.html) (Japanese)

 

130.         gThe American eEmpire' and Liberal Democracy: The 'Hobbesian Worldf and the 'End of Histroy,h Gendaishisou, December 2003, 151-162. (Japanese)

 

131.         gGlobalization, the Sovereign State and the US War in Iraq,h Gendai Shisou, May 2003. (Japanese)

 

132.         gNew Dimensions of Peace-building,h AERA MOOK: Understanding Peace Studies), Asahi Shinbunsha, 2002. (Japanese)

 

133.         Chugoku Newspaper 8 Column Series "Kazaguruma," 2002. (Japanese)

 

134.         gThe Art of Speed and the Policing Phenomenon in the New War,h Gendai Shisou, January 2002. (Japanese)

 

135.         gWhat is to be constitutional?,h The World and Parliaments, April 1997. (Japanese)

 

136.         gRevisionism in Britainh, Shokun, February 1996. (Japanese)

 

137.         gVolunteerism to Save the Individual)," Shokun, July 1995. (Japanese)

 

138.         gNGO and Japanese Foreign Policies)," Shokun, December 1994, (Japanese)

 

139.         gVolunteers with Hinomaru: A Report of a 24-year-old Peace-keeper in Cambodia,h (Tokyo: Bungeishunjuu, 1994). (Japanese)

 

 

Research Grants

 

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Kiban Grant B gPartnership Peace Operations: Division of Labor of International Security Cooperationh (2020-2022)

 

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Kiban Grant B gSignificance of Partnership Peace Operations from the Perspectives of International Constitutionalism and Securityh (2017-2019)

 

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Kiban Grant B gThe Rule of Law and Ownership in Peacebuilding with special reference to International Constitutionalism and Gradual Social Development Theoriesh (2014-2016).

 

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Kiban Grant A gResearch on Ownership on Local Society in Peacebuildingh (2009-2011)

 

Hiroshima University, Discretionary Grant from the president gCollaborative Research Project with UNITAR on Hiroshima Post-war Reconstructionh (2007)

 

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Wakate Grant A gResearch on the Security Sector in Peacebuilding: The Establishment of Security, Law and Order in Post-conflict Societiesh (2005-2007)

 

Program for Assisting in Overseas Advanced Education and Research gResearch on Capacity Development of Personnel for International Peace Cooperationh (2004)

 

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Promotion of the Research Result gPeacebuilding and the Rule of Lawh (2003)

 

2002-2004

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Wakate Grant A gEstablishment of the Rule of Law in Peace Operations with Special Reference to the Former Yugoslaviah (2002-2004)

 

Ceter for Global Partenership, Japan Foundation, gConflict and Human Security: In Search of New Approaches of Peace-buildingh (joint-project with Institute of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University) (2002-2003)

 

Nomura Foundation of Promotion of Science, gDatabase on peace operations and humanitarian activities in conflict-ridden societiesh (2001)

 

Hiroshima University Research Fund gThe Use of Depleted Uranium in Armed Conflicth (2001)

 

Japan-US Commission, Fulbright Grant for the Visiting Fellowship at the Center of the Study of Human Rights, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, USA (2002)

 

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Short-time Scholarship Grant for the Visiting Fellowship at the Lauterpacht Research Centre for International Law, Cambridge University, UK (2001)

 

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Shorei Grant A gTheory and Practice of Peace-building Activities from the Perspective of the Rule of Lawh, (2000-2001)

 

International Academic Exchange Fund of the Japan Association of International Relations Grant for the presentation at the annual convention of the International Studies Association at Los Angeles (2000)

 

Uehiro Ethics Foundation Grant (1999)

 

Overseas Research Student Award of the British Government Assistance in Ph.D. study at the London School of Economics and Political Science (1995)

 

Ito International Education Exchange Foundation Scholarship to study at the LSE (1993-1994)

 

Okuma Sholarship of Waseda University (1992)