Publications

YearAuthor/Editor・TitlePublisher

New_Asian_Approaches_to_Africa 

2019.09

 Takuo Iwata (Ed.)

New Asian Approaches to Africa: Rivalries and Collaborations

 Vernon Press

Contemporary_Southeast_Asia

2019.08

 Adhi Priamarizki(Research Assistant at the Institute of International Relations and Area Studies

BOOK REVIEW: Civil-Military Relations in Southeast Asia, by Aurel Croissant

 Contemporary Southeast Asia :A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs

(ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute)

2019.3.7

 Miwa Hirono, Marc Lanteinge, and Yang Jiang

China’s New Roles and Behaviour in Conflict-Affected Regions: Reconsidering Non-Interference and Non-Intervention

*A paper presented at the International Symposium “China’s new roles and behaviours in conflict-affected regions: evolving approaches to the principle of non-interference?,” hosted by the Institute of International Relations and Area Studies at Ritsumeikan University in December 2016.

 The China Quarterly(SOAS University of London)

2019.3.4

Miwa Hirono

China’s Conflict Mediation and the Durability of the Principle of Non-Interference: The Case of Post-2014 Afghanistan

*A paper presented at the International Symposium “China’s new roles and behaviours in conflict-affected regions: evolving approaches to the principle of non-interference?,” hosted by the Institute of International Relations and Area Studies at Ritsumeikan University in December 2016.

   The China Quarterly(SOAS University of London)

2019.3.4

Marc Lanteigne 

China’s UN Peacekeeping in Mali and Comprehensive Diplomacy

*A paper presented at the International Symposium “China’s new roles and behaviours in conflict-affected regions: evolving approaches to the principle of non-interference?,” hosted by the Institute of International Relations and Area Studies at Ritsumeikan University in December 2016.

  The China Quarterly(SOAS University of London)

2019.3.4

Camilla T. N. Sørensen

That Is Not Intervention; That Is Interference with Chinese Characteristics: New Concepts, Distinctions and Approaches Developing in the Chinese Debate and Foreign and Security Policy Practice

*A paper presented at the International Symposium “China’s new roles and behaviours in conflict-affected regions: evolving approaches to the principle of non-interference?,” hosted by the Institute of International Relations and Area Studies at Ritsumeikan University in December 2016.

 The China Quarterly(SOAS University of London)
2019.3.4 


 Imad Mansour

Treading with Caution: China’s Multidimensional Interventions in the Gulf Region

*A paper presented at the International Symposium “China’s new roles and behaviours in conflict-affected regions: evolving approaches to the principle of non-interference?,” hosted by the Institute of International Relations and Area Studies at Ritsumeikan University in December 2016.


 The China Quarterly(SOAS University of London)

2018.6.14

Courtney J. Fung

Separating Intervention from Regime Change: China's Diplomatic Innovations at the UN Security Council Regarding the Syria Crisis

*A paper presented at the International Symposium “China’s new roles and behaviours in conflict-affected regions: evolving approaches to the principle of non-interference?,” hosted by the Institute of International Relations and Area Studies at Ritsumeikan University in December 2016.

 
The China Quarterly(SOAS University of London)

2018.3.1

Nino Viartasiwi

The politics of history in West Papua - Indonesia conflict
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Books(1992~2014)