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AOYAMA, Rumi

 
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NameAOYAMA, Rumi
e-maillumingwaseda.jp
AffiliationWaseda University
SectionFaculty of International Research and Education Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
Job titleProfessor
Research funding number20329022

Research Areas

 
  • Politics / International relations / 
  • Area studies / Area studies / 

Published Papers

 
East Asia Institute Working Paper      May 2019
中国の対外政策の特徴と変化――習近平体制の対外政策を中心に
アジア太平洋討究   36 1-17   Mar 2019
全人代「欧米に配慮、戦略拡大なお」
日本経済新聞(2019.3.6)      Mar 2019

Books etc

 
アジアの国際関係:移行期の地域秩序
Mar 2018   
Decoding the Rise of China: Taiwanese and Japanese Perspectives
Tse-Kang Leng and Rumi Aoyama
Palgrave Macmillan   2018   
中国外交史
東京大学出版会   Sep 2017   
中国の金融外交
加茂具樹編著『中国対外行動の源泉』 (Part:Contributor)
慶應義塾大学出版会   Mar 2017   
日中関係における「歴史問題」
菅英輝編著『冷戦変容と歴史認識』 (Part:Contributor)
晃洋書房   Mar 2017   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in Authoritarian China
14 Jan 2017   Southern Political Science Association
China's Policy toward Southeast Asia
Betwixt and Between: Great Power Competition and ASEAN’s Relations with Japan and the United States   9 Sep 2016   Wilson Center
習近平体制下の中国対外関係
Oct 2015   日本現代中国学会第65回全国学術大会
Rumi Aoyama
China's security and foreign policies: Comparing American and Japanese perspectives   27 Feb 2015   Brookings
Wither the Chinese political regime? Historical and contemporary perspectives
The EACS XIX Conference (Paris)   7 May 2012   

Research Grants & Projects

 
comprehensive research on China's politcal elites: selection, competition and governance
Project Year: Apr 2018 - Mar 2022
Cultures of reconciliation and memories which concerns with Wars and colonial rules
Project Year: Jun 2017 - Mar 2022
A Study of the Transformation of International Relations Structure and the Historical Problem in the Asia-Pacific Region
Project Year: Apr 2016 - Mar 2019
The Historical Transition of Concept of Sovereignty and its Influence on Diplomacy: Discourse and Negotiation
Project Year: Apr 2014 - Mar 2017
The major mechanism of expansion of social protests in contemporary China: liberation of cognition · political opportunity structure · diversification of mobilizing means
Project Year: Apr 2013 - Mar 2017