Satoshi Amako

Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Professor
GIARI Program Leader
Political Integration and Identity

Research Career Database
Professor, Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies (GSAPS), Waseda University. He earned his PhD in International Relations from Graduate School of Social Sciences, Hitotsubashi University. His specialties are Contemporary China and Asian International Relations. He became Professor at Waseda University in April 2002 after serving as Assistant Professor at Ryukyu University, as Professor in the Faculty of International Culture, Kyoritsu Women's Educational Institution and in the Department of International Politics and Economics, Aoyama Gakuin University. He was invited to American University as Visiting Professor in 1999. Major Publications include The History of People's Republic of China, New Edition (Iwanami, 1999) (in Japanese); "Chuo to chiho no seiji dotai" in Change in Contemporary Chinese Structure, vol.4, The Political Structure of Central and Regional Government (writing and editing, The University of Tokyo Press, 2000) (in Japanese); Life-Size China (Keiso Shobo, 2003) (in Japanese); How to Associate with China (NHK Book, 2003) (in Japanese); The History of China, vol.11: Mao Zedong vs. Deng Xiaoping (Kodansha, 2004) (in Japanese), and others.

Achievements (since 2006 till 2012)

[ Paper ]
  1. Satoshi AMAKO, The Idea of New International Order China Is Seeking and East Asia Community, GIARI Working Paper, 2007

Presentations at international conferences (since 2006 till 2012)

Past research grants (since 2006 till 2012)

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