Security Studies, Regional Studies-Areas of Expertise
Kiwako Tanaka (Senior Fellow, Security Studies Department)
|July 2017 – Jan 2018||Visiting Fellow, New York University Center on International Cooperation|
|2014||PhD in Public Administrations, International Christian University, Tokyo|
|2004||MA in International Relations, Sussex University, U.K.|
|2000||BA in International and Cultural Studies, Tsuda College, Tokyo|
|2017-||Visiting Lecturer, Aoyama Gakuin University|
|2013-||Fellow, the National Institute for Defense Studies|
|2011-2013||Program Advisor, Secretariat of the International Peace Cooperation Headquarters, Cabinet Office|
|2009-2011||Researcher/Advisor, Permanent Representation of Japan to the Conference on Disarmament, Geneva|
|2005-2008||Researcher/Advisor, Permanent Representation of Japan to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the Hague|
|2000-2003||Policy Officer, Toyota City Municipal Offices, Japan|
Areas of Expertise
Arms Control, Disarmament, Conflict Resolution, Peace Building, Political Philosophy
- “Women, Peace and Security (WPS) under Disaster Risk Response,” NIDS Commentary, April, 2017.
- “Seimei kagaku kenkyu no dyuaru yusu jirenma to baio tero taisaku [Dual-Use Concern of Life Science Research and Counter Bioterrorsim],” CISTEC Journal No.168, Tokyo, March 2017.
- “Seibutsu heiki kinshi joyaku niokeru Jouyaku junshu kakuho no torikumi [Biological Weapons Convention and its Compliance Measures],” Disarmament Review, Tokyo, October 2016, Vol.7.
- “Dyuaru yusu jirenma to baio tero taisaku [Dual-use Dilemma and Countering Bioterrorism],” Japan Association for International Security, Journal of International Security, Tokyo, September 2016, Vol.44, No.2.
- "Response to Infectious Diseases as an International Security Agenda: Lessons from the 2014 Ebola Outbreak" (NIDS Briefing Memo , July 2015)
- "Security Reforms and Development of Japan in 2014," Security Outlook of the Asia Pacific Countries and Its Implications for the Defense Sector: NIDS Joint Research Series, No. 13, August 2015, pp. 121-134
- "Governing Dual-Use Weapons of Mass Destruction: Development of the Biological Weapons Convention", International Christian University, The Journal of Social Science, No.77, March 2014 (in Japanese, English Abstract Attached)
- "The Chemical Weapons Convention and the Use of Chemical Weapons in Syria" (NIDS Briefing Memo, February 2014)
- "Contemporary Meaning of Arms Control Regime with Respect to the Dual-Use Nature of Weapons of Mass Destruction", Doctoral Thesis, International Christian University, 2014 (in Japanese, English Abstract Attached)
- "Dual-Use Issues in the Life Sciences: Outcomes of the Seventh Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention", Journal of Disaster Research Vol.8, No.4, August 2013
- "Responsibility to Protect: Lessons from the Military Intervention in Libya", Secretariat of the International Peace Cooperation Headquarters eds. Kokusai Heiwa Kyoryoku Kenkyu Ronbunshu [International Peace Cooperation Collection of Papers] No.2, 2012, pp.73-82
- "Countering Biological Threat: Strengthening National Implementation of the Biological Weapons Convention", Japanese Journal of Risk Analysis, 21(3): pp.195-202 (2011) (in Japanese, English Abstract Attached)
- "Evaluation on the Second Review Conference of the Chemical Weapons Convention – Impact on the International Security", Gaimusho Chosa Geppo, No.3, 2008, pp.1-31 (in Japanese)