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Ryo Sahashi, Research Fellow


In addition to serving as a Research Fellow at the Japan Center for International Exchange, Ryo Sahashi is currently Associate Professor of International Politics at Kanagawa University in Yokohama. He specializes in international politics and is currently focusing on regional security architecture in Asia as well as Japanese security policy. He received his B.A. from the International Christian University and his Ph.D. from the Graduate Schools for Law and Politics at the University of Tokyo in 2008. Previously, he served as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of International Relations of the Australian National University as well as Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Public Policy (GraSPP) and the Policy Alternatives Research Institute (PARI), University of Tokyo.

Dr Sahashi publications include Security and Defense Studies Center Working Paper 415: Conceptualizing Three-Tier Approach to Analyze Security Arrangements in Asia-Pacific (Australian National University, December 2009) and "Transformation of Japanese Security Policy and Enlargement of Action Space," in Takashi Mikuriya (ed.), Transformation of Japanese Politics: Chaos and Reform from the 1990s, Tokyo: Keiso sha, 2009. (In Japanese) He has been presented the "Minister of Foreign Affairs Award" and of the "Japan Association of Taiwan Studies Distinguished Paper Award" for his work. He has also received a security studies fellowship from the Research Institute for Peace and Security (RIPS) for 2006-2008, and a Tokyo Foundation-German Marshall Fund of the United States fellowship for 2010-2011.

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