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College of International Relations  /
Department of International Relations

 MIWA   HIRONO  Associate Professor

■Concurrent affiliation
Graduate School of International Relations
The Kinugasa Research Organization   /
Institute of International Relations and Area Studies
■Graduate school/University/other
07/2007  The Australian National University  Department of International Relations  International Relations  Doctoral course
03/2001  Keio University  Department of Political Science  Political Science  Master's course  Completed
03/1999  Keio University  Faculty of Law  Department of Political Science  Graduated
■Academic degrees
International Relations (07/2007 The Australian National University)  
■Career history
09/30/2008-03/29/2015  Research Councils UK (RCUK) Research Fellow
■Academic society memberships
International Studies Association  
現代日本中国学会  
アジア政経学会  
Global Peacebuilding Association of Japan  
Japanese Association of Global Governance  
American Political Science Association  
■Subject of research
China's peacekeeping operations
Cultures of Humanitarianism in East Asia
Simulating Peacebuilding
China's role in conflict-affected regions
■Research summary
China's peacekeeping operations and humanitarian assistance: Perspectives of the developing world

 Does China play the role of a ‘responsible power’ in international affairs? China contributes to UN peacekeeping operations in South Sudan and undertakes large-scale investment in the oil sector there. Analysts debate whether such activities amount to ‘responsible’ behaviour, but what is missing in the debate is a perspective of those on the receiving end of China’s security and economic contributions. My research examines the often-neglected perspectives of the developing world in response to China’s peacekeeping operations and humanitarian assistance.
■Research keywords
China's International Relations, China's peacekeeping operations and humanitarian assistance, China's civil society, Sino-Japan relations 
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Books
Civilizing Missions: International Religious Agencies in China  Palgrave MacMillan  11/2008  9780230268029
China's Evolving Approach to Peacekeeping  Marc Lanteigne  Routledge  2012  9780415754859
Cultures of Humanitarianism: Perspectives from the Asia-Pacific  Jacinta O'Hagan  Department of International Relations, The Australian National University  09/2012  9780731531646
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Papers
China and Peacekeeping  Miwa Hirono  Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies  2019
China's New Roles and Behavior in Conflict-Affected Regions: Reconsidering Non-Interference and Non-Intervention  Miwa Hirono, Yang Jiang and Marc Lanteigne  The China Quarterly  12/2018  1468-2648
China's Conflict Mediation and the Durability the Principle of Non-Interference: The Case of Post-2014 Afghanistan  Miwa Hirono  The China Quarterly  12/2018  1468-2648
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Research presentations
China's Conflict Mediation and the Durability of the Principle of Non-Interference: The Case of Post-2014 Afghanistan  Danish Institute for International Studies Event: China’s engagement in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Xinjiang  11/26/2018
China’s Peacebuilding and Humanitarian Assistance: International Responsibility from Insider Perspectives  Ash Community Speakers Series  11/16/2018
China’s Approach to Refugee Issues: From the 1970s to Today  United States-Japan Research Institute, USJI Week  09/19/2017
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Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI)
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Courses taught
2017  Advanced Seminar  Seminar
2017  IR-GS301 Advanced Seminar  Seminar
2017  IR-GS401 Graduation Thesis  Seminar
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Teaching achievements
IRセミナー(附属校生のための特別セミナー)ガイダンス、講義、グループ学習、講評  08/2015-08/2015
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■Message from researcher
- Provide government agencies and corporations with policy recommendations and consultation
- Advise students on how to research China's opportunities and problems in the 'international society'
 To government agencies and corporations: I would be very interested in transferring knowledge and academic research on China's peacekeeping and humanitarian assistance, to be used for policymaking processes. I have a wide range of experiences in contributing my research to various governmental organizations, such asthe UK government, the European Commission, NATO, UNOCHA and various think-tanks. Please feel free to get in touch with me if you are interested in my research.

To prospective students: China’s rise has affected a variety of global issues such as peacebuilding, humanitarian assistance and environmental problems. To what extent has China exerted its influence in global issues, and what has been the nature of such influence? To consider the future of international relations, it is essential to explore these questions from global perspectives. A rich diversity of backgrounds of students, together with my research on these questions, will make our discussion very lively and informative. I look forward to working with you all to explore China’s potential and the problems it faces in international society.
■URL
 Special Issue, China's Evolving Approach to Peacekeeping
 Single-authored book: Civilizing Missions: International Religious Agencies in China
 Co-authored paper: "Fragmentation of International Humanitarian Order", Ethics and International Affairs
 "Cultures of Humanitarianism" Research Project
■Tel
075-466-3519
■E-mail
  
■Research keywords(on a multiple-choice system)
International relations
Area studies
Politics