Visiting Scholar Paper Series
"Visiting Scholar Paper Series," consisting of special contributions by NIDS Visiting Scholars, aims to address the wide-ranging issues involved in security affairs.
- No. 4, 3rd March 2020
Strengthening the U.S.-Japan Alliance in Outer Space(PDF)
Mr. Michael Markey (NIDS Visiting Research Fellow)
Michael Markey is a political scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Prior to his work at the Lab he spent several years in the U.S. government studying national security issues, with an emphasis on arms control and nuclear nonproliferation issues. His current research interests at Lawrence Livermore include extended deterrence, escalation control and strategic stability with an emphasis on emerging domains of competition. His work leverages the National Laboratory's expertise in modeling and simulation as well as technical expertise on system design and engineering. He holds an MA in International Affairs from the University of California-San Diego.
- No. 3, 8th August 2018
The Role of Middle Powers in the Modernization of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP): The Case of the Philippines and the Special Japan-Australia Strategic Partnership(PDF)
Dr. Renato Cruz De Castro (NIDS Visiting Research Fellow)
Renato Cruz De Castro is a full professor in the International Studies Department, De La Salle University, Manila, and holds the Charles Lui Chi Keung Professorial Chair in China Studies. He is currently the National Institute of Defense Studies (NIDS) Visiting Fellow for 2018. In 2017, he was based in the Japan Institute for International Affairs (JIIA) as s research fellow. He was the U.S.-ASEAN Fulbright Initiative Researcher from the Philippines and was based in the East-West Center in Washington from September to December 2016. He is an alumnus of the Daniel Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Hawaii, U.S.A. In 2009, Dr. De Castro became the U.S. State Department ASEAN Research Fellow from the Philippines and was based in the Political Science Department of Arizona State University. He earned his Ph.D. from the Government and International Studies Department of the University of South Carolina as a Fulbright Scholar in 2001, and obtained his B.A. and two master's degrees from the University of the Philippines.
- No. 2, 16th April 2015
Modernizing US Defense Cooperation in East Asia to Peacefully Manage Strategic Competition(PDF)
Dr. David Arase (NIDS Visiting Research Fellow)
Dr. David Arase was a visiting fellow at the National Institute for Defense Studies of the Ministry of Defense of Japan in summer 2014. From 2012, Dr. Arase is a Resident Professor of The Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies. The views expressed here are his personal views and should not be attributed to either the Government of Japan or the Government of the United States.
- No.1, 9th August 2013
Extended Deterrence and Strategic Stability in Northeast Asia(PDF)
Dr. Brad Roberts (NIDS Visiting Research Fellow)
Dr. Brad Roberts was a visiting fellow at the National Institute for Defense Studies of the Ministry of Defense of Japan in spring 2013. From 2009 to early 2013 Dr. Roberts served in the Obama administration as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear and Missile Defense Policy. The views expressed here are his personal views and should not be attributed to either the Government of Japan or the Government of the United States.