Graduate School of Law
AKIYAMA Nobumasa
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Books

1.Robotics, AI, and Humanity (jointly worked)
AI Nuclear Winter or AI That Saves Humanity? AI and Nuclear Deterrence Springer pp.161-170 2021
ISBN 978-3-030-54172-9Link
2.The Crisis of Liberal Internationalism: Japan and the World Order(jointly worked)
Atoms for Alliance Challenges: Japan in the Liberal International Nuclear Order The Brookings Institution pp.167-199 2020
ISBN 9780815737681
3.Routledge Handbook of Japanese Foreign Policy (jointly worked)
Disarmament and the non-proliferation policy of Japan Routledge 2018
4.Japan’s World Power: Assessment, vision and outlook(jointly worked)
Exercising power within an international organisation: Japan’s diplomacy toward the United Nations reform in the 1990s and 2000s Routledge 2017
5.Learning from a disaster : improving nuclear safety and security after Fukushima (jointly worked)
Political leadership in nuclear emergency: institutional and structural constraints Stanford University Press 2016
6.NPT: Nuclear Global Governance(Editing and Writing)
Chapter 1 Establishment of NPT Iwanami pp.1-38 2015
ISBN 978-4-00-022291-4
7.The War That Must Never Be Fought (jointly worked)
Japan’s Nuclear Disarmament Dilemma the Hoover Institution pp.436-469 2015
8.Best energy mix in the new era -- proposals from Hitotsubashi University(jointly worked)
New geopolitical factors in energy security Daiichi Hoki pp.51-72 2013
9.One Step Back? Reassessing an Ideal Security State for Asia 2025(jointly worked)
Nuclear Order in Northeast Asia: The Role of Nuclear Weapons in the Region, Nonproliferation, and the Tension between Disarmament and Deterrence The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation pp.33-52 2011

Paper

1.The Meaning of "Failure" in NPT Review Conference
Gaiko (Diplomcy) No.32,pp.81-89 2015 Academic journal
2.THE COMPLIANCE STRUCTURE OF THE NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION REGIME AND JAPAN?S NON-PROLIFERATION POLICY ASSETS
Hitotsubashi journal of law and politics Vol.41,pp.11-23 2013 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0073-2796HERMES-IR
3.Mutual Interference between Universality and Individuality in Nuclear Non-Proliferation Policy: U.S--India Deal as a Turning Point
No.163,pp.125-138 2011 Academic journal
CiNii
4.Nuclear security concerns in Pakistan
pp.47-58 2009 Academic journal
CiNii
5.Crises of the International Non-proliferation Regime and the Role of the Ad Hoc Consultation Mechanism : The Role of EU3+3 in the Iranian Nuclear Crisis
Vol.8,No.2,pp.97-120 2009 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 1347-0388HERMES-IRCiNii
6.Issues and prospects for establishment of a genelal legal framework for international peace cooperation
Vol.36,No.1,pp.67-96 2008 Academic journal
CiNii
7.U.S. foreign policy for strengthening the compliance of non-proliferation norms: enforcement and "effective multilateralism"
No.153,pp.83-93 2007 Academic journal
CiNii
8.What Are Problems on U.S.-India Nuclear Deal? : Concerns and Opportunities
pp.26-31 2007 Academic journal
CiNii
9.“The Socio-Political Roots of Japan’s Nuclear Posture", Chapter 4, Benjaimin L. Self and Jeffery W. Thompson eds., Japan’s Nuclear Option: Security, Politics, and Policy in the 21st Century
Washington, D.C.: The Henry L. Stimson Center 2003 Academic journal
10.“Japan", co-authored with Tustomu Arai, Chap. 9, Robert J. Einhorn and Michele A. Flournoy eds., Protecting Against the Spread of Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons: An Action Agenda for the Global Partnership Vol. 3 International Responses(jointly worked)
Washington, D.C.: CSIS 2003 Academic journal

Scientific Research Funds Results

NOResearch subjectResearch itemYear
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Scientific Research (C)2013-2015
2.Interaction between contending norms and regime transformation:case of Article IV of NPT
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Scientific Research (C)2010-2012
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Young Scientists (B)2001-2002
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