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Kent CALDER

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Kent CALDER

研究方向:日本国内政治、亚太安全、日本政治经济。任职经历:曾在普林斯顿大学执教20年,任战略和国际问题研究中心日本小组主席;哈佛大学政府系讲师;哈佛大学美日关系项目首席执行主任;美国驻日大使特别顾问;国务院东亚和太平洋事务助理国务卿顾问。《亚洲安全》编辑委员会成员,《世界政治》前助理主编。1979年毕业于哈佛大学,分获政治学硕士、博士学位;1970年毕业于犹他大学,获政治学学士学位。著述甚丰。

Kent Calder is currently Director of the Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies, and the Director of Japan Studies, at SAIS/Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C.. Before arriving at SAIS in 2003, he taught for twenty years at Princeton University, and also as Visiting Professor at Seoul National University, and Lecturer on Government at Harvard University. Calder has also served as Special Advisor to the U.S. Ambassador to Japan (1997-2001), Japan Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (1989-1993 and 1996); and as the first Executive Director of Harvard University’s Program on U.S.-Japan Relations, during 1979-1980. Calder received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1979, where he worked under the Direction of Edwin Reischauer, and is the recipient of the Ohira, Arisawa, and Mainichi Asia-Pacific Prizes for his Academic Work. A Specialist in East Asian political economy, Calder has spent fifteen years living and researching in East Asia. His most recent work is The New Continentalism: Energy and Twenty-First Century Eurasian Geopolitics (Yale University Press, May, 2012); The Making of Northeast Asia, co-author (2010); Pacific Alliance: Reviving U.S.-Japan Relations (2009); East Asian Multilateralism: Prospects for Regional Stability, co-editor (2008); Embattled Garrisons: Comparative Base Politics and American Globalism (2007); Pacific Defense (1996).