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Special Lecture "Japan’s Foreign Policy at Cross-roads: Towards a more amicable East Asia" (Dr Victor Teo, University of Hong Kong)

2013年12月20日 (金) 14:40 から 16:10

日時:2013年12月20日(金)14:40 – 16:10

場所:大阪大学箕面キャンパスE棟3階学術交流室
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講師:Victor Teo (University of Hong Kong, Assistant Professor)

http://hub.hku.hk/cris/rp/rp01233/grants?open=projects

講演題目: Japan’s Foreign Policy at Cross-roads: Towards a more amicable East Asia

コメンテーター: 大賀哲(おおが・とおる)先生(九州大学法学研究院 准教授)

概要:

Since 2010, tensions in East Asia have increased dramatically. In particular, Sino-Japanese relations have appeared to deteriorate considerably whilst the situation on the Korean Peninsula continues to pose considerable risks for the region. For Japan, these are critical times. Faced with the twin difficulties of aging population and economic recovery at home, Japan today possibly faces one of the most difficult situations in her external relations since the Second World War. Yet, a careful scrutiny would reveal that Japan’s greatest foreign policy challenge might not emanate from tensions with China or North Korea but rather from her relations with her main alliance partner – the United States. This paper first touches on recent developments of Japan-US relations by focusing on two important themes. First, this paper discusses how developments in the region affect Japan-United States. It examines recent developments in Japan-US relations under various Prime Ministers.  Second, this paper examines how Japan today is at a crossroads in its foreign relations with Asia and the World, and considers possible scenarios with China, and considers what steps might be taken for a more amicable East Asia to emerge. Finally the paper would conclude with a short discussion on the limitations of the conceptual lens used by International Relations scholars on the study of Japan and East Asian politics, and how they may well inhibit the envisioning of better relations in the region.

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スピーカー紹介

Victor Teo is Assistant Professor at the University of Hong Kong. He obtained his Ph.D. in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). His research interests are in the field of International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, with particular emphasis on Sino-Japanese Relations. He also researches on aspects of China’s underground economy as well as on North Korean issues. He is currently working on a monograph that considers identity formation, threat perceptions and China's post War relations with Japan.

夕食研究会予約連絡先および問い合わせ先

杉田米行 sugita@lang.osaka-u.ac.jp

 

 


日時: 2013年12月20日 (金) 14:40 から 16:10
場所: 箕面キャンパス E棟3階 学術交流室
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URL: http://sugita.us/US122020132.htm
連絡先: 言語文化研究科 杉田米行研究室 (Sugita's office)
sugita@lang.osaka-u.ac.jp

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