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Political scientist

Takeshi Igarashi, Japanese political scientist. Member Society for Historians of America Foreign Relations, American Political Science Association, Japan Association for Comparative Politics, International House Japan, Japan Association for American Studies (president since 2006).

Background

Igarashi, Takeshi was born on August 6, 1946 in Oga, Akita, Japan. Son of Fumio and Noriko (Hosoya) Igarashi.

Education

Bachelor in Law, University Tokyo, 1969.

Career

Junior fellow, Faculty of Law, U. Tokyo, 1969-1973; associate professor, Faculty of Law, U. Tokyo, 1978-1985; professor, Faculty of Law, U. Tokyo, since 1985. Assistant professor department social science, Tsukuba U., Sakura-town, Japan, 1976-1978. Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, 1986-1987.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (books) Founding of the United States (in Japanese), 1984, The Peace Settlement with Japan and the Cold War (in Japanese), 1986, Politics of Policy Innovation (in Japanese), 1992, The Formation of the Post World War II United States-Japanese Relations (in Japanese), 1995, United States-Japanese Relations in the Context of East Asian International Affairs (in Japanese), 1999, Redirection of the United States as the Hegemonic Power in the Post Cold War Era (in Japanese), 2001, International Politics of the Pacific World (in Japanese), 2005, United States Diplomacy in the 21st Century (Japanese), 2006.

Membership

Member Society for Historians of America Foreign Relations, American Political Science Association, Japan Association for Comparative Politics, International House Japan, Japan Association for American Studies (president since 2006).

Connections

Married Michiko Okada, July 19, 1971.

father:
Fumio Igarashi

mother:
Noriko (Hosoya) Igarashi

spouse:
Michiko Okada