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Kuniko Ashizawa Adjunct Professorial Lecturer SIS Faculty

Kuniko Ashizawa
SIS | General Academics & Research
School of International Service 335
Additional Positions at AU
Japan Coordinator of Asian Studies Research Council
Ph.D. in International Relations, Tufts University.

Dr. Ashizawa's research interests include Japan’s foreign, security and ODA policy, U.S.-Japan-China relations, regional institution-building in Asia, and the role of the concept of state identity in foreign policy, for which she has published a number of academic journal articles and book chapters, including in International Studies Review, Pacific Affairs, and the Pacific Review. The recent author of "Japan, the U.S., and Regional Institution-Building in the New Asia: When Identity Matters," Ashizawa has previously taught at Oxford Brookes University (UK). She was a visiting fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the East-West Center in Washington, and the United Nations University.
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Spring 2024

  • SISU-106 First Year Seminar: Soc & Culture in Japan & U.S.