Senior Fellows

Sachiko Hirakawa

Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Assistant Professor / Lecturer, Meiji University, Toyo Eiwa University
Ph.D in International Studies, Waseda University
Senior Fellow
Social Integration and Networking

Dr. Sachiko HIRAKAWA is an Assistant Professor at Waseda University Global COE Program: Global Institute for Asian Regional Integration (GIARI), Visiting Research Fellow at Organization for Asian Studies, Waseda University, Lecturer at Department of International Studies, School of Humanities and Culture, Tokai University. She earned MALD from Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tuft University, USA. In 2009, she earned Ph.D in International Studies from Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University. Her major research interests are history of East Asian international relations, Sino-Japan relations, cross-straits controversy. Her recent publications include "Asian Regional Integration and Cross-straits Controversy," in International Relations, Vol. 158 (Dec, 2009)(in Japanese), "Diplomatic Framework to Solve the Two-China Dilemma: Analyzing the Adaptation and Acceptance of the 'Japanese Formula'" in International Relations, Vol. 146. (Nov. 2006)(in Japanese), "Portsmouth Denied: The Chinese attempt to attend" in Edited by David Wolff et al, The Russo-Japanese War in the Global Perspective: World War Zero II(U.K. Brill, 2007.)

Achievements (since 2006 till 2012)

[ Paper ]
  1. Sachiko HIRAKAWA, "Portsmouth Denied: The Chinese attempt to attend", Wolff, David (ed.) The Russo-Japanese War in the Global Perspective: World War 2, Brill Academic Pub, 2007

Presentations at international conferences (since 2006 till 2012)

  1. Oral presentation, Sachiko HIRAKAWA, 2007/03, "Diplomatic Framework to Solve Two-China Dilemma: PropagatingProcess of the Japanese Formula in the 1970's", International Studies Association

Past research grants (since 2006 till 2012)

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