Graduate School of Law
ICHIHARA Maiko
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Books

1.The Crisis of Liberal Internationalism: Japan and the World Order(Allotment Writing)
Universality to Plurality?: Values in Japanese Foreign Policy Brookings Institution Press pp.133-166 2020
ISBN 978-0815737674
2.Asianism and Universalism: The Evolution of Norms and Power in Modern Asia(Allotment Writing)
The Role of Democracy Promotion in Japanese Foreign Policy Center for Strategic and International Studies pp.7-14 2019
ISBN 978-1-4422-8099-1Link
3.Understanding International Relations: The World and Japan, Second Edition(Allotment Writing)
Different Paradigms: Realism, Liberalism, and Constructivism University Education Press pp.19-42 2018
ISBN 4864295182
4.Japan's International Democracy Assistance as Soft Power: Neoclassical Realist Analysis
Routledge 2017
ISBN 1138957054
5.Understanding International Relations: The World and Japan(Allotment Writing)
Different Paradigms: Realism, Liberalism, and Constructivism University Education Press pp.19-42 2013
ISBN 4864292388
6.Human Security in East Asia: Challenges for Collaborative Action(Allotment Writing)
East Asia's Challenges to and Changes in the Peace Operations in East Timor Routledge pp.94-107 2008
ISBN 0415467969

Paper

1.International Power Structure and Strategic Motivations: Democracy Support from Japan and Indonesia
JICA Research Institute working papers Vol.194,pp.1-45 2019 Other
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2.The Changing Role of Democracy in Asian Geopolitics
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 2017 Other
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3.Asian Support for Democracy in Myanmar(jointly worked)
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 2016 Other
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4.Japan's Democracy Support to Indonesia: Weak Involvement of Civil Society Actors
Asian Survey Vol.56,No.5,pp.905-930 2016 Academic journal
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5.Asian Democracies and Thailand's Military Takeover(jointly worked)
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 2015 Other
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6.Japan-US Special Relations through the Asia Foundation?: CIA's Exercise of Soft Power over Contemporary China Studies in Japan
Nagoya University Journal of Law and Politics No.260,pp.299-318 2015 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 04395905HERMES-IR
7.Japan's Faltering Support for Burmese Democracy
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 2015 Other
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8.Non-Western Roots of International Democracy Support(jointly worked)
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 2014 Other
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9.Japan's Strategic Approach to Democracy Support
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 2014 Other
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10.What Determines the Targets of Democracy Assistance? A Comparative Study of Japan and the United States
Cosmopolis No.7,pp.23-36 2013 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 18822967HERMES-IR
11.Understanding Japanese Democracy Assistance
The Carnegie Papers pp.1-27 2013 Other
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12.Impact of NGOs on Democratic Governance Assistance: Comparison of Sweden, the United States, France and Japan
Cosmopolis No.5,pp.49-59 2011 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 18822967HERMES-IR
13.Information Availability and NGO Advocacy: Indonesian Environmental NGOs and Anti-Mining Campaigns
Josef Korbel Journal of Advanced International Studies No.2,pp.45-60 2010 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
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14.Offensive Realism's Logic on War: In Comparison with Defensive Realism
International Relations No.136,pp.128-144 2004 Academic journal
ISSN 04542215CiNii

Other

1.Expanding Pressure toward Pro-Democracy Actors in Hong Kong: International Society should Pay Close Attention
Democracy for the Future, Japan Center for International Exchange 2020 Other
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2.Civil Liberties as the Third Pillar for Policy-Making on COVID-19
Democracy for the Future, Japan Center for International Exchange 2020 Other
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3.The Expansion of Sharp Power and the Crisis of Democracy in Hong Kong
Voice No.2020年3月,pp.74-81 2020 Other
4.democracy assistance
Encyclopedia of International Development 2018 Other
ISBN 9784621303405
5."democracy assistance/democracy support," "The Third Wave (Samuel Huntington)," "Freedom House," and "International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance"
Encyclopedia for Peace and Security 2016 Other
ISBN 4589037394
6.Burma's Timid Friends
Foreign Policy 2016 Other
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7.Book Review: Good-bye hegemony! Power and influence in the global system, by Simon Reich and Richard Ned Lebow, Princeton and Oxford, Princeton University Press, 2014, xiii + 190pp., US$24.95 (pbk), ISBN 978-0691160436
Global Affairs Vol.1,No.3,pp.361-362 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 2334-0460doi
8.US Anti-Communism Aid in Asia during the Cold War and Its Influence for Post-Cold War Democracy Assistance: The Case of the Committee for Free Asia and the Asia Foundation
Cosmopolis No.8,pp.27-33 2014 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 18822967HERMES-IR
9.FUKUSHIMA Akiko, Rethinking Human Security: Responding to Emerging Global Threats (Chikura Shobo, 2010)
The Journal of International Security Vol.39,No.2,pp.124-128 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 13467573CiNii
10.Making the Case for Soft Power
The SAIS Review of International Affairs Vol.26,No.1,pp.197-200 2006 Academic journal
ISSN 19454716doi

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.Universality to Plurality: Values in Japanese Foreign Policy(CDDRL Research Seminar, Stanford University)
2020.05California, USA
2.Social Media, Disinformation, and Democracy in Japan(General Lecture)
2019.12Bali, Indonesia
3.Social Media, Democracy, and Disinformation in Asia: The Case of Japan(Asia Democracy Research Network Indonesia Workshop)
2019.12Bali, Indonesia
4.Advancing Good Governance in a Time of Crisis: U.S.-Japan Support for Universal Values in Asia(Advancing Good Governance in a Time of Crisis: U.S.-Japan Support for Universal Values in Asia)
2019.11Washington DC, USA
5.Understanding Japan's Democracy Assistance: Neoclassical Realism and Speech Act Perspectives(Public Lecture)
2019.10Prague, Czech Republic
6.Understanding Japan's Democracy Assistance: Neoclassical Realism and Speech Act Perspectives(Public Lecture)
2019.10Olomouc, Czech Republic
7.Democratic Unity among Asian Middle Powers(From 2000/Asia Democracy Research Network event)
2019.10Prague, Czech Republic
8.Japan's Role in Democracy Promotion(Japan in the World: Sustaining Democracy Abroad and at Home)
2019.09Washington DC, USA
9.The Future of Democracy in Asia in an Asian Century(GASYP Grand Alumni Meeting)
2019.08Penang, Malaysia
10.Japan's International Democracy Assistance(Public Lecture)
2019.07Bangi, Malaysia
11.Supporting Democratic Movements: Role of Japanese Assistance and Lessons Learned(Public Forum: Democratic Transitions - Successes and Challenges)
2019.07Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
12.Strategic Motives and Normative Actors: Democracy Support of Non-Western Countries(22nd Convention, Japan Association for Comparative Politics)
2019.06Tsukuba, Ibaraki
13.Understanding Japan's International Democracy Assistance Policy(Democracy in Asia: Building Sustainable Institutions and Practices in Turbulent Times)
2019.03Toronto, Ontario, Canada
14.Liberal Norms in Japanese Foreign Policy: From Regulative to Constitutive Norms(Contemporary Japan Speaker Series)
2019.02London, UK
15.Japan's Role in Strengthening Rule of Law and Democracy in Asia: Foreign Aid(Japan's Role in Strengthening Rule of Law and Democracy in Asia)
2018.12Washington DC, USA
16.Democratic Cooperation in Asia: Indian and International Perspectives(The State of Democracy in Asia and the World)
2018.08New Delhi, India
17.Democratising Development Cooperation(Roundtable on Democratizing Development Cooperation through Multi-stakeholder Partnership)
2018.08New Delhi, India
18.Democratic Cooperation between Asian Nations and Methods for Dealing with Shared Challenges(Understanding China's Global Ambition)
2018.08New Delhi, India
19.Micro Views about Rising Power's Impact on Politics and Security: Asian Reactions against Challenges to International Order(Hitotsubashi University Policy Forum: Rising Powers and the Future of the International Order)
2018.06Tokyo, Japan
20.Democracy Support as Human Security Assistance: Experience of Japan and Australia(Symposium: Australia, Japan and Southeast Asia)
2017.12Chiyoda, Tokyo
21.Changes in the Roles and Actors of Democracy in Asian Geopolitics: Expectations on Japan and Australia(Symposium: Australia, Japan and Southeast Asia: Tenth anniversary of the Joint Declaration on Security Co-operation)
2017.09Sydney, NSW, Australia
22.Democratization Assistance in Asia: Changes in the Roles and Actors of Democracy in Asian Geopolitics(International Workshop on Asian/Western Hybrid Peacebuilding)
2017.09Shinjuku, Tokyo
23.Regional Cooperation on Democracy and Conflict: The Case of Asia(Carnegie Rising Democracies Network Regional Meeting: Democracy, Conflict, and New Asian Geopolitics)
2017.05Tokyo, Japan
24.Discrepancy between Words and Deeds over Japan's Democracy Assistance: A Neo-classical Realist Analysis(Issues and Analytical Methods in International Political Economy)
2017.03Kyoto, Japan
25.Japan's Democracy Support to Myanmar(Seminar, Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University)
2016.11Higashi Hiroshima, Hiroshima
26.Japan's Democracy Support as a Soft Power: Neo-Classical Realist Analysis(Japan Association of International Relations Annual Convention 2016)
2016.10Chiba, Chiba
27.United States and Democracy Assistance: In Comparison with Japan(5th US-Japan Workshop: "United States and Democratization," Japan-JS Exchange Program of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation)
2016.03Minato-ku, Tokyo
28.Increasing Engagement in Democracy Support?(Carnegie Rising Democracies Network, Meeting Four)
2015.04Berlin, Germany and Brussels, Belgium
29.Balancing Interests and Values in Foreign Policy: U.S. and Japanese Approaches(Balancing Interests and Values in Foreign Policy: U.S. and Japanese Approaches)
2015.02Washington DC, USA
30.Japan's Policy on Democracy Support(U.S.-Japan Workshop on Supporting Democracy Internationally)
2014.12Hawaii, USA
31.Japan's Democracy Support: Its Approach, Change, Policy Concerns, and Coordination with the US and EU(Carnegie Rising Democracies Network, Meeting Three)
2014.11São Paulo, Brazil
32.Japan's Democracy Support: Policy Developments(Second Meeting of Carnegie Rising Democracies Group)
2014.05Bali, Indonesia
33.日本の対インドネシア民主的ガバナンス支援 -支援対象決定要因(神戸国際関係論研究会)
2014.02兵庫県神戸市
34.Japanese Democracy Assistance(Workshop on Opportunities and Challenges in the Growing Engagement by Rising Democracies in International Support for Democracy, Rights, Governance, and the Rule of Law)
2013.11Istanbul, Turkey
35.Democracy Assistance and Japan: The Impact of Risk-Aversive Orientation(Annual Conference on Democracy and Governance)
2011.03Connecticut, USA
36.Civil Society's Impact on Democracy Promotion Policies(Japan Association of International Relations Annual Convention 2009)
2009.11Kobe, Hyogo
37.Human Security in Peacekeeping and the Challenge for Collaborative Action among Peacekeepers and Civilian Actors in East Asia(Workshop on Human Security in East Asia & the Challenge for Collaborative Action)
2005.01Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
38.Peacekeeping and the Challenge for Collaborative Action among Peacekeepers and Civilian Actors in East Asia(Workshop on Human Security in East Asia & the Challenge for Collaborative Action)
2004.03Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
39.Alliance Patterns in Northeast Asia after the Cold War: A State of Balance of Threat(The Thirteenth Annual Graduate Student Conference on East Asia)
2004.02New York, USA
40.Balance of Power in East Asia: Peculiarity and Stabilizing Factors(The Fourth Annual Graduate Conference on East Asia)
2003.10Toronto, Canada

Scientific Research Funds Results

NOResearch subjectResearch itemYear
1.International Collaboration in Asia for the Support of the Liberal International Order
HERMES-IR
Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research (Fostering Joint International Research (A))2019-
2.Comparative Study of Japan, the US, and Australia on Civil Society Assistance toward Indonesia for Democracy Support: Rational Choice, Constructivist, and Historical Institutionalist Analysis
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Young Scientists (B)2015-2018
3.What Determines the Targets of Democracy Assistance? Analyses based on Constructivism and Historical Institutionalism
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Research Activity start-up2012-2013
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