Field studies and interactive surveys on the international political dynamics among the major Middle Eastern powers and other foreign powers

About Project

This project analyzes the international political dynamics that exist among the major Middle Eastern regional powers and external powers. The realignment of the regional order due to emerging regional powers is also studied in the global context of the shifting balance of power among the superpowers.

Project Overview

Member

NameOccupationAffiliation
IKEUCHI SatoshiPrincipal InvestigatorResearch Center for Advanced Science and Technology (Professor)
KAWASHIMA ShinResearch MemberDepartment of Advanced Social and International Studies (Professor)
KOIZUMI YuResearch MemberResearch Center for Advanced Science and Technology (Project Assistant Professor)
TSUJITA Toshiya
Research MemberResearch Center for Advanced Science and Technology (Project Assistant Professor)
YAMASHIRO KoujiResearch MemberResearch Center for Advanced Science and Technology (Project Assistant Professor)
JHOU jyun’yuResearch MemberResearch Center for Advanced Science and Technology (Project Researcher)
TAKASHIMA AsakoResearch Member
Institute for Advanced Global Studies (Project Researcher)
TAGUMA YukariResearch Member

Institute for Advanced Global Studies (Project Academic Support Staff)

The Progress

The aim of this project is to gain a clearer understanding of the current state of affairs in the Middle East through discussions and dialogues with experts in the region. These exchanges examine the perceptions of the major regional powers with regard to the shifting balance of power and its impact, as well as their respective environments and positions within it. In seeking to engage in international cooperation and exchanges with the counterparts, the researchers involved in this project prioritize Turkey, Israel, and Egypt.

Research Plan for the Academic Year 2020

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