Security Studies, Regional Studies-Areas of Expertise
Akira W. Jingushi (Fellow, Government and Law Division, Security Studies Department)
Education and Professional Experience
|Jun 2015 – Jul 2015||Visiting Fellow, the Royal United Services Institute|
|Apr 2013 – Present||Fellow, Government and Law Division, Security Studies Department, National Institute for Defense Studies|
|Jan 2012 – Mar 2013||Economic Development Researcher, Global Health Policy Division, International Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs|
|2011||MA in Conflict, Security and Development, Department of War Studies, King's College London|
|2010||LLM in major of Political Science, Graduate School of Law, Keio University|
|2008||BA in Policy Management, Keio University|
Areas of Expertise
Civil War; Peacebuilding (SSR, State-building); Security and Development in Africa
Research Articles (non-refereed)
- "Post-Conflict Security Sector Reform, and the Roles of the Military and the Police: The Case of Sierra Leone," NIDS Journal of Defense and Security, No. 16 (December 2015), pp. 37 – 59.
- "Japan–UK Co-operation on Peace and Stability in Africa," in Jonathan Eyal, Michito Tsuruoka and Edward Schwarck eds., Partners for Global Security: New Directions for the UK–Japan Defence and Security Relationship, Whitehall Report 3-15 (London: Royal United Services Institute, 2015), pp. 45-58.
- "Coup-proofing and Security Sector Reform: Reconciling an Ideal with Reality," 4th Global International Studies Conference (Frankfurt, Germany), August 2014.