Article in Special Issue: Diplomatic and security practice under Abe Shinzō
In this collaborative Special Issue in the Australian Journal of International Affairs, edited by Giulio Pugliese and colleagues, attendants of the 2017 KCL-FUB Joint Workshop have published their research on the change of Japanese foreign and security policies. GEAS doctoral researcher Simon Schwenke's article deals with the change in civil-military relations in Japan, 2009-2021.
Special Issue: China's Rural Urbanization
GEAS vice-director Elena Meyer-Clement and her colleagues in the DFG project Steering Urban-Rural Intergration have published a Special Issue in China Information, Vol. 34, No. 2, 2020. OnlineFirst print of the introduction by Elena Meyer-Clement and Jesper Willaing Zeuthen "China's Rural urbanization and the state: Putting the countryside first?" is available now.
Book chapter: Japan's New Ruralities
GEAS vice-director Cornelia Reiher has published a chapter "Embracing the periphery: Urbanites’ motivations for relocating to rural Japan" in the newly edited book on Japan's New Ruralities, edited by Manzenreiter, Lützeler and Polak-Rottmann.
Book Publication: Temporal Identities and Security Policy in Postwar Japan
Through a discourse analysis of Japanese parliamentary debates, GEAS graduate and alumni Ulv Hanssen explores how different understandings of Japan’s history have led to sharply divergent security policies in the postwar period, whilst providing an explanation for the much-debated security policy changes under Abe Shinzō.
Book Publication: Special Duty
Einstein Visiting Fellow and Associated Research Professor Richard J. Samuels (MIT) has launched and published his new book: Special Duty - A history od Japanese Intelligence Community with Cornell University Press and in Japanese with Nikkei Publishing.
Book Publication: Feminist Time Warp
GEAS postdoc Hyun-gyung Kim has co-edited a monograph on the Feminist Time Warp in Korean Society.
Book Publication: The Nanyang Revolution
GEAS associate member and POINT postdoc alumna Anna Belogurova has published a monograph on the Comintern and Chinese Networks in Southeast Asia, 1890–1957. In this innovative reading, the development of the Malayan Communist Party (MCP) is explored in the context of an emerging nationalism in Southeast Asia, the interplay of overseas Chinese networks and the Comintern.
Special issue: Fieldwork in Japan: New Trends and Challenges
GEAS faculty member Cornelia Reiher has published a special issue on „Fieldwork in Japan: New Trends and Challenges“ in ASIEN: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia (No. 149). The issue includes contributions by current and former GEAS members Julia Gerster, Chaline Timmerarens and Cornelia Reiher.