(Last updated : 2017-11-20 16:10:18)
  Sahashi Ryo
   Kanagawa University  Faculty of Law Department of Law/Department of Local Government
   Associate Professor
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2016/10/16 A Long Way to Lead the World: American Perceptions of PRC s Power (China s Structural Power and the Surrounding Neighborhood)
2. 2015/02/18 WB14: The Return of Great Power Politics: Asia in the Early 21st Century (International Studies Association)
■ Book and Papers
1. Book Looking for Leadership: The Dilemma of Political Leadership in Japan  (Collaboration)  2015/11
2. Book Navigating Change: Japan-ASEAN Strategic Partnership in East Asia  (Collaboration)  2014
3. Papers Preparing for Future Disasters: Strategic Assistance and the U.S.-Japan Alliance  (Collaboration)  2015/06
4. Papers Conceptualizing Three-Tier Approach to Analyze Security Arrangements in Asia-Pacific  (Single)  2009/12
5. Other Domestic Constraints: Making the most of the US pivot  (Single)  2012/09
■ Business career
1. 2014/04~2015/03 Stanford University, Walter H. Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center Visiting Associate Professor
■ Belonging society
1. 2009/10~ International Studies Association
2. 2004/04~ Japan Association of International Relations
3. 2004/04~ Japan Association of Taiwan Studies
■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 2013/04~2015/06  Strategic Assistance: Disaster Relief and Asia-Pacific Stability  (Key Word : humanitarian assistance, disaster relief, alliance, East Asia, regionalism, regional cooperation)
■ Lecturer and lecture
1. 2017/05 End of the U.S.-led Postwar Order Allies' Reactions to Trump Diplomacy
2. 2017/02 East Asian Security Order and Japans Strategy (Ottawa)
3. 2016/10 Clashing World Views: Why does Diplomacy Work Ineffectively on Japan-China Relations
4. 2016/05 Northeast Asia: Updated (Kuala Lumpur)
5. 2016/03 Asia Pacific Order in Transition Great Power Politics among China Japan and the US (Havana, Cuba)
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■ Home Page
   http://ryosahashi.jimdo.com/
■ Present specialized field
Politics