Narayanan Ganesan

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Name
Narayanan Ganesan
Nickname
Injun Joe
E-mail
ganesanhiroshima-cu.ac.jp
Affiliation
Hiroshima City University
Section
Hiroshima Peace Institute
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph.D. (Political Science)(Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, Illinois, U.S.)
Research funding number
90382374

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2011
 - 
2013
Invited Visiting Professor, National Graduate Institute of Policy Studies
 

Published Papers

 
Connecting the Dot: Singapore in ASEAN
Impressions: Goh Years in Singapore, National University of Singapore Press   138-146   Oct 2008
Singapore in 2008: A Few Highs and Lows while Bracing for the Future
Asian Survey, Univeristy of California, Berkeley   49(1) 213-219   Feb 2009
The evolving democratic and political party system in Thailand
Participation, the State and the People: Democratic Voices from the South, United Nations University Press, Tokyo   160-183   Jun 2009
Bilateral Tensions in ASEAN
Routledge Handbook of Asian Security, Routledge, London and New York   217-229   Dec 2009
Worsening Schisms in Thai Domestic Politics
Japanese Journal of Political Science, Cambridge University Press   11(1) 125-147   Feb 2010

Books etc

 
Bilateral Tensions in Post-Cold War Southeast Asia
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore   Nov 1999   
Realism and Interdependence in Singapore's Foreign Policy
Routledge, London and New York   Oct 2005   
Myanmar: State, Society and Ethnicity
(co-edited with Kyaw Yin Hlaing) (Part:Joint Editor)
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore   May 2007   
East Asia Facing A Rising China
co-edited with Lam Peng Er (Part:Joint Editor)
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Seoul   Mar 2010   
International Relations in Southeast Asia: Between Bilateralism and Multilateralism
co-edited with Ramses Amer (Part:Joint Editor)
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies   Jul 2010   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Democratization and its Impact on the Ethnic Peace Process in Myanmar
Conference on Process of Peace and Democratization   10 Dec 2018   Institute for Political Studies, Catholic University of Portugal
The 2018 elections in Malaysia and their impact on domestic politics [Invited]
Centre for Southeast Asian Studies   28 Nov 2018   Bonn University, Germany
The Myanmar Ethnic Peace Process
3 Nov 2017   Asienhaus Stiftung
History, Politics and the Peace Process in Myanmar
2 Nov 2017   Freiburg University
The Ethnic Peace Process in Myanmar
3 Oct 2017   CASA Asia