HIROSE Takako

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HIROSE Takako

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Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Senshu University School of Law
 

Education

 
Oct 1974
 - 
Jun 1976
International Relations, Research Course, University College London, University of London
 

Published Papers

 
Japanese Foreign Policy and Self-Defence Forces,N. S. Sisodia and G. V. C. Naidu eds., Changing Security Dynamic in Eastern Asia: Focus on Japan
>278-297   2005
International Relations and Security Concerns of South Asia
ヒロセ タカコ
Japan Association for International Security, The Journal of International Security   35(2) >1-10   Sep 2007
"Japanese Emerging Nationalism and Its New Asia Policy,"
ヒロセ タカコ
Delhi Policy Group ed., Asian Security Dynamic: US, Japan and the Rising Powers,   >59-85   2008

Books etc

 
The Transformation of Indian Democracy
Takeshi Minamino, Kyoko Inoue (Part:Joint Work)
Akashi Shoten   Feb 2006   ISBN:4-7503-2283-0
Sixty Chapters on Contemporary India
Masanori Kondo, Kyoko Inoue, Takeshi Minamino (Part:Joint Work)
Akashi Shoten   Oct 2007   ISBN:978-4-7503-2642-9

Conference Activities & Talks

 
”The Indian Democracy and the 14th Lok Sabha Elections- A Japanese View,”presented at the Roundtable Discussion on “The View of India from East Asia”
13 Mar 2006   Institute of South Asian Studies 主催の第1回日本―シンガポール南アジア研究セミナー
”The Rise of Nationalism and Security Policy of Japan”
10 Mar 2006   
” The Indian Democracy and the 14th Lok Sabha Elections- A Japanese View,”at the 3rd “Indo-Japanese Dialogue on Situating Contemporary India and China: Japanese Perspectives” organised by Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
6 Mar 2006   
”Japanese Foreign Policy and South Asia”presented at the Indo-Japan Dialogue Phase II ≪ Ocean Security and Maritime Cooperation”
14 Dec 2005   
The Impact of the Rise of India on Asia and Europe
18 Mar 2006   presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the UK-Japan 21th Century Groupe,London,UK

Research Grants & Projects

 
The globalization of ethnic conflics: the role of South Asian diaspora
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