Past eventResearch Event

Japan, Global Security, and Post-9/11 Multilateralism: UN-Led Peacebuilding Versus the US-Led War on Terror

14 December 2007 - 1:15pm to 2:15pm

Chatham House, London


Kuniko Ashizawa, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Oxford Brookes University



A sandwich lunch will be held from 12.45. There will be a £10 charge for this.

Kuniko Ashizawa is Senior Lecturer in International Relations at Oxford Brookes University. She received her PhD from the Fletcher School, Tufts University, and was a visiting scholar at UC San Diego, the University of Tokyo, and the United Nations University.

Her publications include "Tokyo's Quandary, Beijing's Moment in the Six-Party Talks: A Regional Multilateral Approach to Resolve the DPRK's Nuclear Problem", Pacific Affairs, "Japan's Approach toward Asian Regional Security: From 'Hub-and-Spoke' bilateralism to 'Multi-tiered'", The Pacific Review, and "Japan, the US and Multilateral Institution-Building in the Asia-Pacific: The Cases of APEC and the ARF", in Pempel and Krauss, Beyond Bilateralism: US-Japan Relations in the New Asia-Pacific, Stanford University Press 2004.