Working Group 1 on China and the Challenge of Authoritarian Regimes

With the rise of China and growing influence of Russia, authoritarian states are strengthening their presence, raising concerns over the impact on the international order. This working group aims to examine the ideological background and the characteristics of the regimes, as well as their relations with regional states. 

構成メンバー

Yu KOIZUMI

Yu KOIZUMI is a lecturer at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Tokyo.

Areas of Expertise:
Russian Military Thought
Russian National Security Policy
Politics and International Relations of the Former Soviet Republics
Defence Tecunologies

Previously, Yu has held various positions, including Assistant Analyst at Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Research Fellow at Institute for Future Engineering (IFENG), Research Fellow at the National Diet Library, and also a visiting researcher at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMEMO RAN).

His publication in Japanese includes (in English translation titles): Whither Russian Military?, 2011; Putin's National Strategy: "Major Power" Russia at a Crossroads, 2016; Russia as a Military Power: New Global Strategy and Principles of Behavior, 2016. 

His book "Teikoku" Roshia no Chiseigaku (Geopolitics of Russian "Empire") published in 2019 was awarded Suntory Prize for Social Sciences and Humanities in that year.

His latest book is Gendai Russia no Gunji Shiso (Military Thought in Contemporary Russia) published in 2021.

Yu has presented and published extensively on national security policies and strategies of Russia and the former Soviet republics, as well as defense technologies.

Yu holds a BA in Social Sciences and a MA in Political Science from Waseda University.

日本

Wakako ITO

Senior Program Coordinator

Amane TANAKA

Amane TANAKA is a Project Researcher at Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo.

His research interests include Contemporary Chinese Politics and China-Central Asia relations. He is a co-editor of Changing Politics and Social Groups in China: The Challenges of Transition (2013, in Japanese) and Chinese Muslims Area Studies (2012, in Japanese). In addition, he has published articles on China-Central Asia relations through the lens of the security-development nexus, China’s state-building processes under the CCP rule, and regional autonomy in Xinjiang in the 1950s.

JHOU Jyun-Yu

Alumni

Shin KAWASHIMA

Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Satoru MIYAMOTO

Professor, Faculty of Political Science & Economics, Seigakuin University
Visiting Fellow, RCAST, University of Tokyo

Yasuhiro MATSUDA

Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo

Takashi OKAMOTO

Professor, Faculty of Letters, Kyoto Prefectural University

Takashi SUZUKI

Associate Professor, School of Foreign Studies, Department of Chinese Studies, Aichi Prefectural University

Shinji YAMAGUCHI

Senior Researcher, Area Studies Department, The National Institute for Defense Studies

Ayame SUZUKI

Professor, Faculty of Law, Doshisya University

Maki AOKI

Deputy-Director, Southeast Asian Studies Group I, Area Studies Center, Japan External Trade Organization, Institute of Developing Economies

Wataru KUSAKA

Associate Professor, Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University

Masaaki OKAMOTO

Professor, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University

Yoshihiro NAKANISHI

Associate Professor, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University

Masaki IENAGA

Associate Professor, School of Arts and Sciences, Tokyo Woman's Christian University

Kyohei NORIMATSU

Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Yoshihisa NISHIYAMA

Specially Appointed Assistant Professor, Institute for International Collaboration, Hokkaido University
メンバー

メンバー

Yu KOIZUMI

Yu KOIZUMI is a lecturer at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Tokyo.

Areas of Expertise:
Russian Military Thought
Russian National Security Policy
Politics and International Relations of the Former Soviet Republics
Defence Tecunologies

Previously, Yu has held various positions, including Assistant Analyst at Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Research Fellow at Institute for Future Engineering (IFENG), Research Fellow at the National Diet Library, and also a visiting researcher at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMEMO RAN).

His publication in Japanese includes (in English translation titles): Whither Russian Military?, 2011; Putin's National Strategy: "Major Power" Russia at a Crossroads, 2016; Russia as a Military Power: New Global Strategy and Principles of Behavior, 2016. 

His book "Teikoku" Roshia no Chiseigaku (Geopolitics of Russian "Empire") published in 2019 was awarded Suntory Prize for Social Sciences and Humanities in that year.

His latest book is Gendai Russia no Gunji Shiso (Military Thought in Contemporary Russia) published in 2021.

Yu has presented and published extensively on national security policies and strategies of Russia and the former Soviet republics, as well as defense technologies.

Yu holds a BA in Social Sciences and a MA in Political Science from Waseda University.

日本

Wakako ITO

Senior Program Coordinator

Amane TANAKA

Amane TANAKA is a Project Researcher at Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo.

His research interests include Contemporary Chinese Politics and China-Central Asia relations. He is a co-editor of Changing Politics and Social Groups in China: The Challenges of Transition (2013, in Japanese) and Chinese Muslims Area Studies (2012, in Japanese). In addition, he has published articles on China-Central Asia relations through the lens of the security-development nexus, China’s state-building processes under the CCP rule, and regional autonomy in Xinjiang in the 1950s.

JHOU Jyun-Yu

Alumni

Shin KAWASHIMA

Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Satoru MIYAMOTO

Professor, Faculty of Political Science & Economics, Seigakuin University
Visiting Fellow, RCAST, University of Tokyo

Yasuhiro MATSUDA

Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo

Takashi OKAMOTO

Professor, Faculty of Letters, Kyoto Prefectural University

Takashi SUZUKI

Associate Professor, School of Foreign Studies, Department of Chinese Studies, Aichi Prefectural University

Shinji YAMAGUCHI

Senior Researcher, Area Studies Department, The National Institute for Defense Studies

Ayame SUZUKI

Professor, Faculty of Law, Doshisya University

Maki AOKI

Deputy-Director, Southeast Asian Studies Group I, Area Studies Center, Japan External Trade Organization, Institute of Developing Economies

Wataru KUSAKA

Associate Professor, Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University

Masaaki OKAMOTO

Professor, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University

Yoshihiro NAKANISHI

Associate Professor, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University

Masaki IENAGA

Associate Professor, School of Arts and Sciences, Tokyo Woman's Christian University

Kyohei NORIMATSU

Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Yoshihisa NISHIYAMA

Specially Appointed Assistant Professor, Institute for International Collaboration, Hokkaido University