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Index
  1. Professors
  2. Purpose of the program
  3. Fields of Profession for Program Graduates
  4. MA and Ph.D. Theses
  5. Positions Held by Program Graduates
  6. Curriculum

1. Professors
  1. Program Director: Hideo Yamagata
  2. Core Professors:
    • Hideo Yamagata (Conflict Resolution, UN Law)
    • Yukiko Nishikawa (Conflict and Development)
    • Sanae Ito (Poverty Reduction, Social Development)
    • Yuzuru Shimada (Law and Development Studies, Indonesian Law)
  3. Research Projects supported by Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research etc.:
    1. Legal Application of Human Security to Conflict Resolution (Yamagata)
    2. The Viability of Alternative Trade and its Petentiality in Japan (Ito)
    3. Application of "legal transplant" theory to Asian law study: Influence of Dutch legal theories on Indonesian law (Shimada)
    4. Development, Democratization and Conflict Prevention in Post-conflict Countries (Nishikawa)

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2. Purpose of the Program

1) The following subjects will be covered: 1) theories and approaches for reconstruction assistance in post-conflict societies, 2) the relationship between conflict and development, 3) vaious phases of development assistance to post-conflict societies, the role of donor sates, international organizations, agencies, NGOs and non-state actors.

2) Objectives: to understand basic concepts and questions regarding development assistance and international cooperation in preventing conflicts and in reconstructing post-conflict societies: why conflicts occur, whether or not international community should intervene, what way it should intervene when it approves its intervention, whether or not development assistance enables post-conflict societies to stabilize peace.

3) This program is designed for those students and people in general who seek to be engaged in the area of international peace cooperation.

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3. Fields of Profession for Program Graduates
  1. Project desiners facilitators, and those who implement peace-building projects in such organizations as JICA, JBIC, UNHCR, UNDP, World Bank, UNICEF, UNESCO.
  2. Those who work for consulting companies which carry out projects for emergency humanitarian assistance, reconstruction and development assistance.
  3. Research insitutes and think-tanks in the field of conflict analysis, investment risk analysis: JETRO, Japan Institute for International Affairs, FASID and etc.
  4. University professors

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4. MA and Ph.D. Theses
  • Recent Master Thesis Titles:
    • 「ナイジェリアの民政移管における外部勢力の役割」
    • 「エスニシィの差異化:バングラデッシュ・チッタゴン丘陵地帯の事例」
    • 「南アフリカ共和国における人権ー1996年憲法の視点から」
    • "Geopolitical Aspects of Government Policies of Azerbaijan Concerning the Caspian Sea"
    • 「緊急人道支援における政府とNGOのパートナーシップーアフガニスタン復興支援を事例に」
    • "Turkey's Kurdish Policy: Domestic and Foreign Factors"
    • 「ソマリア紛争に対する米国外交の再検討ー人道的介入を中心に」
    • 「帰還兵士の社会復帰事業における援助手法-アフガニスタンを事例に-」   
  • Recent Ph.D. Dissertation Titiles:
    • 「天安門事件後の米中台・日中台関係」
    • 「スリランカの対中東外交政策」
    • 「冷戦の終結に伴う開発援助戦略の変容と国連 -国連開発計画(UNDP)の活動を通して」 
    • "Thailand's Domestic Politics and its Foreign Policy-Making: With the Empirical," Study of Chatichai's Turn the Battlefields in to Marketplaces' Policy,1988-1991.
    • 「投資協定における投資の保護-現地子会社の取扱いを中心に-」
    • "Humanitarian Activities of the UN Peacekeeping Operations in Africa"

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5. Positions Held by Program Graduates
  • Master's Program Graduates:
    1. Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers   
    2. JICE, JICA, ui9888 and other development assistance agencies
    3. Toshiba, イビデン, and other coompanies  
    4. 市民フォーラム21, NPO Center
    5. Marketing analysits in Petroleum companies in Azerbaijan, Kuwait
  • Doctoral Program Graduates:
    1. University Professors (lectures, associate professors) : Kassesert University (Thailand), 開南大学 (台湾), University of Columbo (Sri Lanka)

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6. Curriculum (PDF 48KB)

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