Hiroshi NISHIKAI (西海 洋志)
・Associate Professor, Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Seigakuin University
Session 1 “Changing UN Peace Operations Policies”, Annual meeting of the Global Peacebuilding Association of Japan (The University of Tokyo, December 2, 2017)
・Associate Professor, Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Seigakuin University (2019-) ・Program Coordinator, The Hiroshima Peacebuilders Center (2016-2019) ・Research Assistant, The Japan Institute of International Affairs (2008-2012)
・Ph.D. (Global Studies), University of Tokyo
・MLitt. (International Political Thought), University of St Andrews
・MA (International Politics), Aoyama Gakuin University
・Hiroshi Nishikai, “Re-examining the Trajectory of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) Concept: What outcomes we got from the 2005 World Summit?”, The Journal of Seigakuin University, Vol. 32, No. 2, 2020, pp.17-32.
・Masataka Nakauchi, Hiroshi Takazawa, Nagafumi Nakamura, Hirotsugu Ohba (eds.), The Responsibility to Protect: Basic Documents and Commentaries, from the end of the Cold War to 2016, Osaka University Press, 2017.
・Hiroshi Takazawa, “Change of the International Society and (re)Socialization of the Concept of Security”, in Junichi Shibuya and Hazuhisa Honda (eds.), Considering the International Society in the 21st Century: 38 Chapters for Understanding the Multi-layered World, Junposha, 2017, pp.48-57.
・Hiroshi Takazawa, “Securitization Dilemma: Development of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) concept and Supra-national Power”, in Hirotsugu Ohba (ed.), Inquisitions into Supra-national Power: Potential and Vulnerability, Nanzan University Institute for Social Ethics, 2017, pp.157-179.
・Hiroshi Takazawa, “Securitization(s) and Aspects of Political Time: A Case Study on Conceptions of the ‘Responsibility to Protect (R2P)’”, The Annuals of Japanese Political Science Association, 2015-II, pp. 257-278.
・Hiroshi Takazawa, “The ‘Third Strand’ of the Responsibility to Protect (RtoP): Focusing on RtoP Discourses/Practices in the UN since 2009”, The United Nations Studies, Vol. 15, 2014, pp.145-172.