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2016年1月18日(月)15:00~17:00開催 場所:キヤノングローバル戦略研究所 会議室3

ジェームズ・ブラウン教授セミナー "Japan, Russia and their Territorial Dispute: The Northern Delusion"

 キヤノングローバル戦略研究所(CIGS)は2016年1月18日に、テンプル大学ジャパンキャンパスのジェームズ・ブラウン准教授のセミナーを開催しました。

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開催概要
題目:「Japan, Russia and their Territorial Dispute: The Northern Delusion」
発表者:テンプル大学 ジャパンキャンパス 政治学部 准教授 ジェームズ・ブラウン(James D.J. Brown)
モデレーター:キヤノングローバル戦略研究所 研究主幹 栗原 潤


プログラム
ProgramPDF:90KB


発表資料(英語)
Introduction by Mr. Jun KuriharaPDF:437KB
Presentation by Prof. James BrownPDF:752KB



発表要旨(日本語)

Summary of talk by Prof. James BrownPDF:280KB 2/1 新たに追加掲載しました


発表要旨(英語)
Summary of talk by Prof. James BrownPDF:166KB


発表概要
The book Japan, "Russia and their Territorial Dispute: The Northern Delusion", will be published by Routledge in 2016. The speaker will focus on Russia's latest thinking with regard to the territorial dispute over the Northern Territories. In particular, by emphasising issues of historical memory, as well as factors related to economics, security, and public opinion, the speaker will explain why it is becoming ever more unlikely that Moscow will accept any compromise on this territorial issue.


発表者紹介
James D.J. Brown
Associate Professor of Political Science, Temple University Japan Campus
<Areas of Expertise>
Professor Brown's key areas of expertise are Russian foreign policy, especially Russian-Japanese relations, and energy politics.
<Research>
Professor Brown's current research focuses on Russian-Japanese relations, with particular regard to the territorial dispute over the Northern Territories/Southern Kurils. He also continues to work on the relationship between energy and foreign policy. Further to these topics, he has previously published research on the Soviet-Afghan War, media reporting of the Syrian conflict, and Edward Said's Orientalism. He was the winner of the Political Science Association's award for the best article published in Politics in 2010.
<Education>
PhD International Relations, University of Aberdeen
PGDip Russian Language, University of Glasgow
MRes Political Research, University of Aberdeen
MSc International and European Politics, University of Edinburgh
BA (Hons.) Philosophy and Politics, University of York
<Previous Academic Appointments>
Visiting Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Hosei University (2012-2013)
Teaching Fellow, University of Aberdeen (2010-2011)
Teaching Assistant, University of Aberdeen (2008-2010)