Political Science / International Relations
B.A., University of Tokyo
M.A., Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Research and Teaching Interests：
My research interest focuses on the problems of nationalism and international relations in Northeast Asia, with particular focus on Japan and Russia. My past research focused on the formation of national identities and their influence on foreign policy, Japanese security policy, and on Russo-Japanese relations. My current projects focus on Russian nationalism, Japanese nationalism, and more broadly on the future of the nation-state. Good knowledge of history and a bit of theoretical perspective can make politics an exciting subject to study. In my courses, I seek to convey my own excitement in the subject, and to encourage students to undertake independent research.
- Anno, Tadashi, Yoshinori Murai, and David Wank, eds., Gurōbaru shakai no dainamizumu: Riron to tenbō [The Dynamics of Global Society: Theories and Perspectives] Tokyo: Sophia University Press, 2007, 284 pp.
- Tadashi Anno,National Identity and Great-Power Status in Russia and Japan: Non-Western Challengers to the Liberal International Order (London: Routledge, 2018), 200 pp.
- Anno, Tadashi. Peripheral Nationalism in Contemporary Russia: The Case of the Sakhalin Oblast Duma, in Hiroshi Kimura, ed., Russia’s Shift toward Asia, (Tokyo: Sasakawa Peace Foundation, 2007), pp. 128-152.
- Anno, Tadashi.Collective Identity as an “Emotional Investment Portfolio”: An Economic Analogy to a Psychological Process, in Rudra Sil and Eileen Doherty, eds., Beyond Boundaries?Disciplines, Paradigms, and Theoretical Integration in International Studies (Albany, SUNY Press, 2000), pp. 117-141.
- Anno, Tadashi.“‘Nihonjinron’ and ‘russkaia ideia’: The Transformation of Nationalism in Japan and Russia in the Postwar Era and Beyond,” in Gilbert Rozman, ed., Japan and Russia: The Tortuous Path to Normalization, 1949-1999 (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2000), pp. 329-356.
- Anno, Tadashi.“Japanese domestic politics and security cooperation with Australia: the limits of ‘normalisation’”, Australian Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 65, Issue 1 (2011), pp. 24-39.
Faculty of Liberal Arts
|Course No||Title||2022 Semester Offered|
INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
JAPANESE FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY
NATIONALISM, CITIZENSHIP AND DEMOCRACY IN JAPAN
|POL427||INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY|| |
|POL410||POLITICS OF AUTHORITARIAN STATES|| |
Graduate Program in Global Studies
|Course No||Title||2022Semester Offered|
|AG538Z||INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY||Spring|
|AG541Z||SOVEREIGNTY, NATIONHOOD, LIBERALISM||Autumn|
|AG722Z||ADVANCED STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY||Spring|
|AG723Z||ADVANCED STUDIES IN SOVEREIGNTY, NATIONHOOD, LIBERALISM||Autumn|