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安全保障・国際問題プログラム

 

プログラム概要

安全保障・外交政策について高度な知識と専門性、戦略性を併せ持った実務家および研究者を養成する。

  • プログラムディレクター:道下 徳成教授
  • 学位:博士(国際関係論) / Ph.D. in International Relations
  • 授業で使う言語:講義(英語)。論文セミナー(日本語ないしは英語)。博士論文(日本語ないしは英語)
  • 修了までの標準的な年数:3年
  • 入学時期:4月、10月
  • 修了の時期:3月、9月
  • 願書受付時期(昨年度実績):1月、6月
  • 合格発表時期(昨年度実績):2月、7月

 

 21世紀に入り、グローバル化の進展とともに安全保障や国際関係の概念も従来の定義を超えて拡大し、安全保障・外交政策の課題として考えるべき範囲も拡大しつつあります。また、アジアにおいてもパワーバランスの劇的な変化や情勢の複雑化などに伴い、政治、経済、法律、社会、文化等を踏まえつつ、より戦略的に安全保障・外交上の政策課題に取り組むことが求められています。

 本プログラムは、こうした問題意識の下、防衛省、外務省と連携しつつ、学問と実践、理論と政策の両方に精通し、専門性と戦略性を併せ持った安全保障・外交問題の専門家・実務家を養成することを目的としています。

 本プログラムの修了生は、各国政府、研究機関、国際組織などにおいて指導的な立場に立ち、安全保障・外交問題の専門家として活躍することが期待されています。

対象となる学生

本プログラムでは、国内外の政界、官界、学界などから広く学生を受け入れます。募集対象は、社会科学分野、特に国際関係、政治学、法学、経済学などの分野の修士号取得者、もしくはそれと同等と見なされる実務経験者となります。

安全保障・国際問題プログラムカリキュラム

(2019年10月現在)

https://gast.grips.ac.jp/syllabus/
Category Elective or Core Course Name Instructor
I Theoretical courses Elective International Political Economy Workshop Chey
Strategic Studies Research Seminar Michishita
Advanced International Relations

Iwama

Yamamoto

Advanced International Security Studies Michishita
Comparative Politics Takenaka
Politics of Global Money and Finance (Advanced) Chey
II Regional courses Elective Advanced International Relations in East Asia Takagi
Diplomatic History of Modern Japan (Advanced) TBA
Politics and Diplomacy in Postwar Japan Kitaoka
Pressello
Advanced Chinese Foreign Policy TBA
Advanced American Foreign Policy TBA
Advanced Political Economy of Modern Japan TBA
Advanced Comparative Political Economy Kanchoochat
Advanced International Relations in Europe Iwama
III Policy courses Elective Military Operations, Strategy and Policy (Advanced) Hironaka
Non-Traditional Security (Advanced) TBA
Advanced Development Cooperation Policy TBA
IV General Subjects Elective Courses not listed in this table, admitted by the Advisory Committee
V Paper Writing Core Security and International Studies Dissertation Seminar Michishita, et al.
X OTHERS   Courses offered by the Center for Professional Communication  

在学生・修了生の主な所属機関

  • 中央省庁: 外務省、防衛省、防衛研究所
  • 団体等: 独立行政法人科学技術振興機構
  • 外国機関: 財務省(インド)、外務省(インドネシア)、税関(タイ)、開発研究所(フィリピン)、ヴィン大学(ベトナム)

論文タイトル例

  • 中国の海洋進出がもたらしたもの-東アジアの海洋秩序に与えた影響

  • Analysing AUM Shinrikyos ’WMD Terrorism and Crimes: An Anatomy of Intentions and Capabilities
  • Japasn ’Southeast Asia Policy and theCambodian conflict, 1979-1993:Diplimacy Amid Great Power Politics and Regional Confrontation
  • 東アジアにおける共同軍事演習の変容 ─ハブ・スポークスからネットワークへ─
  • 韓国における国家安全保障会議活用の政策過程
  • 破綻国家の建設と国際的な平和活動
  • 東アジアの安全保障分野における二国間・多国間関係と国際秩序
  • The State and Undocumented Migrant Workers
  • Responding to the 2008 Food Crisis
  • 冷戦後中国の「軍事外交」
  • Securitizing Narcotics Problem in India
  • Effects of Labor Immigration Policies on Indonesian Migrant Workers in Japan and South Korea
  • VIETNAM’S ASEAN STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES SINCE THE 1986 DOI MOI REFORM
  • 海洋領域における軍事戦略の変遷に関する比較研究 1980~2017年
    ―領域拒否、SLOC防衛/SLOC妨害、戦力投射の観点から―
  • Policy Innovation under Democratic Leadership in a ‘Weak’ State: Trade Liberalization and AFTA Implementation in the Philippines
  • Security Strategies of Small States, 1992-2016: Maldives in Comparison with Brunei, Timor-Leste, and Seychelles
  • Neutral States and Wartime Japan: The Diplomacy of Sweden, Spain, and Switzerland toward the Empire

 

在学生・修了生プロフィール

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Yasmin Adam (Maldives) (Ph.D. awarded in 2018)

 

Dissertation topic: “Security Strategies of Small States, 1992-2016: 
Maldives in Comparison with Brunei, Timor-Leste, and Seychelles”

Research interests: Small state foreign and security policies; Small power-great power dynamics and international relations in the Asia-Pacific region

e-mail: doc11113grips.ac.jp

Yuka (Uchida) Ando (Japan)

 

Dissertation topic: “Development of Japan’s ODA to Palestine from 1960 to 2003″

Research interests: Japanese foreign policy and Middle Eastern affairs (relationship with Western powers and the Middle East)

e-mail: yukauchidahotmail.com

Jenny De Asis Balboa (Philippines) (Ph.D. awarded in 2018)

 

Dissertation topic: “Policy Innovation under Democratic Leadership in a “Weak” State: Trade Liberalization and AFTA Implementation in the Philippines.”
Research interests: Philippine political economy; Asian Regional Integration; ASEAN economic reforms; Democratization and Governance
e-mail: doc10111grips.ac.jp

Orville Ballitoc (Philippines) (Ph.D. awarded in 2015)

 

Dissertation topic: “Conflict Cycles and Spoiler Problems in the Southern Philippines”
Research interests: Contemporary history of the Southern Philippines; Political economy of Mindanao; Conflict Resolution; Comparative politics; and International Relations in Southeast Asia
e-mail: doc10115@grips.ac.jp
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Katherine Bandanwal (Philippines)

 

Dissertation topic: Role and Influence of Domestic Actors in the East Asian Island Territorial Disputes: Case Study of Japan and Philippines
Research interests: Territoriality, disputed territories and security policy in East Asia
e-mail: doc14113grips.ac.jp

Arnold Fang (Hong Kong) (Ph.D. awarded in 2015)

 

Dissertation topic: “The Sociopolitical Origins of Filipino and Thai Rice Policies: Structures, institutions and money politics”
Research interests: Human security; food policies; governance and political institutions in East Asia (including North Korea)
e-mail: doc09013grips.ac.jp

Peter Van Der Hoest (Netherlands) (Ph.D. awarded in 2016)

 

Dissertation topic: “Deconstructing the ‘China threat’ debate; India, Japan and Australia”
Research interests: International relations in Asia; International relations theory
e-mail: doc11112grips.ac.jp

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Nidya Kartikasari (Indonesia) (Ph.D. awarded in 2013)

 

Dissertation topic: “Effects of Labor Immigration Policies on Indonesian Migrant Workers in Japan and South Korea”
Research interests:

Immigration Policy, International Relations in East Asia
e-mail: nidya.kartikasarigmail.com

Hiroshi Kawamura  (Japan)

 

Dissertation topic: “U.S. Defense Strategy and Nuclear Weapons Deployed in Okinawa”

 

Research interests: American Defense Policy, Nuclear Strategy
e-mail: doc12113grips.ac.jp

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Ju Hyung Kim (Republic of Korea)

 

Dissertation topic: ROK-US-Japan security cooperation
Research interests: Military Alliance (Anglo-Japan alliance of 1902, ROK-US alliance and US-Japan alliance in particular)
e-mail: doc19111grips.ac.jp

 

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Yoshikazu Kobayashi (Japan)

 

 Dissertation topic: Economic sanctions
Research interests: International Political Economy, Energy and     International Relations
e-mail: doc18111grips.ac.jp

 

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Izumi Kubota (Japan) (Ph.D. awarded in 2017)

 

Dissertation topic: “China’s Military Diplomacy in the post-Cold War Era”
Research interests: China’s security and foreign policy
e-mail: doc09015grips.ac.jp

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Oktay Kurtulus (Turkey)

 

Dissertation topic: TBA

Research Interests: Japanese diplomatic history, Occupation of Japan, International relations theories, international politics

e-mail: doc17011grips.ac.jp

Pascal Lottaz

Pascal Lottaz (Switzerland) (Ph.D. awarded in 2018)

 

Dissertation topic: “NEUTRAL STATES AND WARTIME JAPAN:
The Diplomacy of Sweden, Spain and Switzerland toward the Empire”
Research interests: Neutrality in IR with specialization on neutrality during WWII. My dissertation itself is focusing on neutral states in Japan, their Foreign Policy and the concrete issues their embassies in Tokyo were faced with.
e-mail: pascal.lottazgmail.com

Akira Maeno (Japan) (Ph.D. awarded in 2014)

 

Dissertation topic: “Peace Operations in the Failed States”
Research interests: Peacekeeping Operations; State Building; State Formation
e-mail: doc06010grips.ac.jp

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Pandu Utama Manggala (Indonesia)

 

Dissertation topic: “Developing Indonesia’s Maritime Security Strategy”
Research interests: Indonesian Foreign Policy, Maritime Security, ASEAN, Regionalism, East Asian International Relations

e-mail: doc15112grips.ac.jp

Jikichiro Matsubara  (Jiki) (Japan)

 

Dissertation topic: “Defense Planning under Uncertainty: The Modernization program of Imperial Japanese Army during the Interwar Period.”
Research interests: Modern diplomatic/military history of Japan as well as western countries
e-mail: doc13113grips.ac.jp

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Quyet Huu Nguyen (Viet Nam) (Ph.D. awarded in 2013)

 

Dissertation topic: “Vietnam’s ASEAN Strategic Objectives since the 1986 Doi Moi Reform”

Research interests: International Relations in East Asia, South China Sea dispute, Chinese and American Foreign Policy

e-mail: doc 10113grips.ac.jp

 

Marta Takahashi  (Poland)

 

Dissertation topic: “International Broadcasting as a Public Diplomacy Tool: The Case of CGTN, NHK World Japan and RT”
Research interests: Public diplomacy; International broadcasting; Global communications; Image and perception; Security and international relations in East Asia; strategic culture; Japanese security policy
e-mail: doc12111grips.ac.jp

Jeffrey Ordaniel (Philippines) (Ph.D. awarded in 2017)

 

Dissertation topic: “Resisting ‘China Threat’: The Philippines, Vietnam and Malaysia in the South China Sea, 1988-2015″
Research interests: My current interests revolve around the interplay of American Politics, US Foreign Policy, the (Re)Rise of China and lately, the resurgence of Japan, in the East Asian International Relations. I am also interested in the convergence of international law, politics and security. All other interests involve East Asian affairs.
e-mail: doc13114grips.ac.jp

Andrea Pressello (Italy) (Ph.D. awarded in 2012)

 

Dissertation topic: “Japan’s Southeast Asia Policy and the Cambodian Conflict, 1979-1993:
Diplomacy Amid Great Power Politics and Regional Confrontation”
Research interests: Japan’s diplomatic history and international relations in Asia
e-mail: doc09014grips.ac.jp

Supranee Satitchaicharoen  (Thailand)

 

Dissertation topic: “Compliance with Anti-Money Laundering Standards in Banking Sector: Malaysia, Japan and Thailand”
Research interests: Anti-money laundering and terrorist financing; financial crime and regulatory compliance
e-mail: doc11111grips.ac.jp

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Zulfiya Suleimenova   (Kazakhstan)

 

Dissertation topic:  “Political Analysis of Water Problem of Central Asia”

Research interests:

Water management, security and cooperation in Central Asia, water terrorism, impact of climate change on national security
e-mail: doc16112grips.ac.jp

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Dissertation topic:   “Japanese Self-Developed Oil, 1955-2016:
The Balancing of Energy Security and Oil Exploration and Production Industry Capacity Building Priorities”
Research interests: Political economy of energy, energy studies, management studies, international relations.
e-mail:  doc14112grips.ac.jp

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Praduymn Kumar Tripathi  (India) (Ph.D. awarded in 2013)

 

Dissertation topic: “Towards Securitizing the Narcotics Problem in India?”
Research interests: International Security, Political Economy, Economic Diplomacy
e-mail: pktripathi_23grips.ac.jp, pk.tripathinic.in

 

Keitaro Ushirogata  (Japan) (Ph.D. awarded in 2017)

 

Dissertation topic: “Comparative Maritime Strategies since the Cold War Era up to Today”
Research interests: Contemporary military/maritime strategy

e-mail: doc14011grips.ac.jp

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Alouni Vixayphongmany  (Laos)

 

Dissertation topic: “The Recalibration of Lao Foreign Policy”

 Research interests: Lao Foreign Policy, Economic Diplomacy, ASEAN, Regionalism, International Relations in Asia.

e-mail: doc17111grips.ac.jp

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