Ken Jimbo

Ken Jimbo

Associate Professor
Faculty of Policy Management
Graduate School of Media and Governance
Born1974
DegreesPh.D (Media and Governance)
Other Positions Currently HeldSenior Research Fellow, the Canon Institute for Global Studies / Senior Research Fellow, the Tokyo Foundation / Visiting Fellow, Genron NPO/ Board of Directors, Civic Force
Areas of ExpertiseInternational Security, Security in Asia-Pacific, Regionalism in East Asia, Japan's Defense and Security Policy
Courses TaughtINTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND CONFLICT STUDIES,REGION AND SOCIETY (ASIA-PACIFIC),NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY,GLOBAL GOVERNANCE STUDIES(GLOBALIZATION AND REGIONAL TRANSFORMATION),REGIONAL STRATEGY STUDIES(NORTH EAST ASIA),SEMINAR(International Security and Plural Governance),GRADUATE SCHOOL PROJECT (Global Governance and Regional Governance)
Selected Publications“Sino-Russian Military Cooperation and Japanese Defense Policy", Shoichi Itoh, Ken Jimbo, Michito Tsuruoka and Michael Yahuda, Japan and the Sino-Russian Entente: The Future of Major-Power Relations in Northeast Asia (Seattle: National Bureau of Asian Research, 2017) 
"Anchoring Diversified Security Cooperation in the ADMM-Plus: A Japanese Perspective" Asia Policy, No.22 (July 2016)
"In Search of a Seamless Security Posture: US-Japan Defense Cooperation Guidelines and National Security Legislation", Ron Huiskin ed., CSCAP Regional Security Outlook 2016 (Canberra: Paragon Printers Australasia, 2015)
"Japan-US-Australia Cooperation on Capacity Building in Southeast Asia", Yuki Tatsumi ed., US-Japan-Australia Security Relations: Prospects and Challenges (Stimson Center, 2015)
"US Rebalancing to the Asia-Pacific: A Japanese Perspective", William Tow and Douglas Stuart eds., The New US Strategy towards Asia: Adapting to the American Pivot (Routledge Security in Asia Pacific Series) (Routledge, 2015)
"The Rise of China and Japan’s Foreign Policy Reorientation", Li Mingjiang and Kalyan M. Kemburi eds., China's Power and Asian Security (Routledge, 2014)
Ken JIMBO ed., Regional Security Architecture in the Asia-Pacific, Tokyo Foundation (2010) (in Japanese) Ajia Taiheiyo no Chiiki Anzen Hosho Ahkitekucha
"An Emerging East Asian Community?: The Political Process of Regionalism in East Asia", Ralph A. Cossa and Akihiko Tanaka eds., An East Asian Community and the United States (The CSIS Press, 2007)
"From 'Double-Track' to 'Convergence': Japanese Defense Policy and Emerging Security Architecture in Asia-Pacific Region", Yuki Tatumi and Andrew L. Oros eds, Japan's New Defense Establishment: Institutions, Capabilities, and Implications (Washington DC: Henry A. Stimson Center, 2007)
"Japan" Charles Morrison ed., Asia Pacific Security Outlook 2005 (New York: JCIE, 2005).
"Rethinking Japanese Security: New Concepts in Deterrence and Defense", Benjamin Self and Jeff Thompson eds., Japan's Nuclear Option: Security, Policy and Option for 21st Century (Washington DC: Henry A. Stimson Center, 2003).
"Emerging Feature of Multilateral Security in Asia Pacific" Global Economic Review, Vol.32, No.3 (2003).
“Japanese Perspectives on Missile Defense and Strategic Coordination” Non Proliferation Review (Summer 2002)
Message to StudentsThink globally and act globally at SFC, through SFC, and beyond SFC
Home Pagehttp://web.sfc.keio.ac.jp/~kenj/
Contact Information5322 Endo Fujisawa, Kanagawa 252-0882 Japan
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus ι-409
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