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International relations researcher

Haruo Tohmatsu, American, Japanese international relations researcher. Member of International Law Society Japan, Japan Association International Relations (councilor since 2002), Military History Society Japan (governor body since 2004), Berlioz Society, Friends of the British Museum, Elgar Society.

Background

Tohmatsu, Haruo was born on November 23, 1962 in Pasadena, California, United States. Son of Takao and Fumiko Tohmatsu.

Education

Bachelor in History, Tsukuba University, Japan, 1985. Master of Arts in Politics, Waseda University, Tokyo, 1988. Doctor of Philisophy in International Relations, Oxford University, England, 1998.

Career

Assistant professor Tamagawa University, Tokyo, 1997—2002, associate professor, 2002—2008, professor, since 2008.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: History of the Anglo-Japanese Relations, 2000-2003, Pearl Harbor, 2001, International Encyclopedia of Naval History, 2003, Gathering Darkness: War With Japan, vol. 1, 2004, Encyclopedia of World War I, World World War II, 2004, Imperialism on Trial, 2006, World War Zero: The Russo-Japanese War, volunteer 2, 2006, Oxford Encyclopedia Maritime History, 2007. Contributor Reader's Guide to Military History, 2001.

Membership

Member of International Law Society Japan, Japan Association International Relations (councilor since 2002), Military History Society Japan (governor body since 2004), Berlioz Society, Friends of the British Museum, Elgar Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    European classical music, model ship building and collecting, travel, archaeology.

Connections

father:
Takao Tohmatsu

mother:
Fumiko Tohmatsu