Dr. Mark Haas Dr. Andrew Oros

15:00 -16:00 (Lecture)
16:00 -16:30 (Discussion)
Venue: 早稲田キャンパス国際会議場
3F 第一会議室
International Conference Center First Conference Room (3rd Floor)
講師/ lecturers
Dr. Mark Haas
Professor in the Political Science Department and the Graduate Center
Dr. Andrew Oros
Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of International
for Social and Public Policy at Duquesne
Mark Haas will discuss ideological-based security ties between the US and Japan (ideological allies) as well as
relations with ideological rivals (to discuss one dimension of the threat posed by China).
Studies at Washington
Andrew Oros will discuss Japan’s security renaissance and the transformation of Asia.
*For more information on the two lecturers and the Wilson Center, please see the second page.
言語 Language: 英語/English
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The GSPS is offering a special lecture in cooperation with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the theme being
“alliances and ideologies in Asia.” The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is a prestigious think tank based in
Washington, America. Non-GSPS students as well as students and faculty members at GSPS are welcome!
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The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is the official memorial to the 28th president of the United States. It
is a living memorial that is partially funded by Congress, and attracts some of the best and brightest scholars and experts from
around the world. Their work is the centerpiece of our activity and informs the nation’s public policy debates with nonpartisan and
relevant research and information. The Wilson Center is the top “Think Tank To Watch” in the United States, according to the
University of Pennsylvania’s annual survey of global think tanks, and is ranked one of the world’s top ten think tanks.
Mark L. Haas is a Professor in the Political Science Department and the Graduate Center for
Social and Public Policy at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. He formerly was a National
Security Fellow at the Olin Institute for Strategic Studies and an International Security Fellow at
the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, both at Harvard University. Haas received
his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Virginia and his B.A. in political science,
economics, and history from Duke University. He is the author of The Clash of Ideologies: Middle
Eastern Politics and American Security (Oxford University Press, 2012); The Ideological Origins of Great
Power Politics, 1789-1989 (Cornell University Press, 2005), and co-editor of The Middle East and the
United States: History, Politics, and Ideologies (Westview Press 2012, fifth edition) and The Arab
Spring: Change and Resistance in the Middle East (Westview Press, 2013). Haas’s scholarly articles have appeared in such journals as
International Security, International Organization, International Studies Quarterly, Security Studies, and The Review of Politics, and his opinion
pieces have been published in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The International Tribune Review, and The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Andrew L. Oros is Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of International
Studies at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, USA. A specialist in the international
and comparative politics of East Asia, he is author of Normalizing Japan: Politics, Identity, and the
Evolution of Security Practice (Stanford University Press, 2008), co-author of Global Security Watch:
Japan (Praeger Press, 2010), and numerous articles and book chapters on Japanese politics and
East Asian security. He earned his Ph.D in political science at Columbia University, conducting his
doctoral research based at the University of Tokyo. From January – August 2014, Oros was on
sabbatical leave based at the East-West Center in Washington where he was working to complete
a book manuscript entitled Japan’s Security Renaissance that is likely to appear in print in early
2016, based in part on research conducted as an invited research fellow at Japan’s National
Institute of Defense Studies and as a Japan Foundation Abe fellow at Keio University in Tokyo and
Peking University in Beijing. Further biographical information and links to recent articles are
available on his web-site: andreworos.washcoll.edu.