Richard Lee Armitage Commemorative Program: Building New Foundations for the Robust Japan-United States Relationship
This is an educational program in honor of Richard L. Armitage, former Deputy U.S. Secretary of State, for next generation scholars and practitioners who contribute to the Japan-U.S. relations. Every year from 2017 through 2021 we invite Ambassador Armitage to join our educational activities at Keio and we send graduate students to Washington, DC to discuss their research results with American scholars and practitioners working in the fields of Japan-U.S. relations and East Asian security studies. This Armitage program is sponsored by twelve Japanese companies.
Note: "◎" indicates the program chairperson.
|Name||Affiliation||Position||Field of Specialization / Research Interests|
|◎TSUCHIYA, Motohiro||Graduate School of Media and Governance||Professor||International relations|
|KOKURYO, Jiro||Keio University / Faculty of Policy Management||Vice-President / Professor||Management information system|
|NAKAYAMA, Toshihiro||Faculty of Policy Management||Professor||U.S. politics and foreign policy, US-Japan relations, international relations|
|JINBO, Ken||Faculty of Policy Management||Associate Professor||International security / security in Asia-Pacific / US defense policy / regionalization in East Asia|
|HOSOYA, Yuichi||Faculty of Law||Professor||International politics / diplomatic history / British diplomatic history / European union studies|
|NISHINO, Junya||Faculty of Law||Professor||Contemporary Korean politics / international relations of East Asia / Japan-Korea relations|
|MIYAOKA, Isao||Faculty of Law||Professor||International relations|