Fellows

Security Studies,Regional Studies-Areas of Expertise

Hiromu Arakaki(Research Fellow, America, Europe, and Russia Division, Regional Studies Department)

Education

2001 B.A. in International Relations, University of Tsukuba
2003 M.A. in International Political Economy, University of Tsukuba
2005-06 Visiting Research Fellow, Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland (CISSM), University of Maryland
(Fulbright Program: Doctoral Dissertation Research Grants)
2013 Ph.D in International Political Economy, University of Tsukuba

Employment

2007-08 Research Analyst, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan
2008 Research Fellow, Research Department, NIDS
2011 Research Fellow, The U.S. , Europe, and Russia Division, Regional Studies Department, NIDS
2014 Senior Research Fellow, The U.S. , Europe, and Russia Division, Regional Studies Department, NIDS

Research Interests

US foreign policy, US nuclear policy, US non-proliferation policy, and history of NATO nuclear sharing arrangements

Selected Publications

  • "The Obama Administration's Approach towards the South China Sea Dispute" [in Japanese], Briefing Memo, No. 161 (January 2012).
  • "Nuclear Sharing Policy under the Johnson Administration: NATO's Nuclear Problem and the Adoption of the Consultation Approach" [in Japanese], International Relations, Volume 163 (January 2011).
  • "The Role of the Ministry of Defense and Self-Defense Forces in Nonproliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD): Toward Strengthening WMD Intelligence" (co-authored with Katsuya Tsukamoto and Shuji Sue), NIDS Security Reports, No. 11 (October 2010).
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