Professor David Arase
Professor of International Relations at Pomona College and Visiting Professor, The Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies
Date/Time: 11:00 – 12:30, Friday, 10 February
Place: Room 529, Ligertwood Building, the University of Adelaide, North Terrace
**due to the size of the room please arrive early to ensure you have a seat**
Professor Arase’s areas of expertise include Japanese Politics and Foreign Policy; East Asian Politics; East Asian Security; East Asian political economy and foreign aid. His areas of active research interest include East Asian economic regionalism and East Asian security relations. Professor Arase’s publications include Buying power: the political economy of Japan’s foreign aid (1995) and and co-edited The US-Japan alliance: balancing soft and hard power in East Asia (hardback 2009, paperback 2011), which won the 2011 Ohira Memorial Foundation Special Prize for work advancing the general idea of a Pacific Basin Community.