Dr. L.O. (Lindsay) Black
- International Relations of East Asia
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|Faculty / Department:||Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen, Leiden Institute for Area Studies, SAS China|
2311 CT Leiden
Room number 0.08
Fields of Interest
My research interests comprise International Relations theory, East Asian regionalism, security in the Asia-Pacific, contemporary maritime affairs in East/Southeast Asia, and Japan’s international relations. My monograph, entitled ‘Japan's Maritime Security Strategy: The Japan Coast Guard and Maritime Outlaws’, is published with Palgrave MacMillan’s Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific series. The volume explores Japan’s innovative approaches to tackling security threats in East and Southeast Asian waters. I have published a number of refereed journals including International Relations, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, and The Pacific Review. I am working on a long-term project on Japan’s approach to human security and responsibility to protect.
PhD Sheffield University, UK. Dissertation title: “All at Sea? Japan’s response to the contemporary maritime security threats posed by infidels, pirates and barbarians” , Completed October 2006.
2002 – 2006
PhD Sheffield University, UK. Dissertation title: “All at Sea? Japan’s response to the contemporary maritime security threats posed by infidels, pirates and barbarians”
2001 – 2002
MA (Distinction) Sheffield University, International Political Economy 1995 – 1999
BA (Hons) Durham University, Combined Honours in Japanese and History
University Lecturer, International Relations of East Asia, Department of Chinese, Japanese and Korean Studies, Leiden University, 2007-present
Grants and Fellowships
Monbushō Scholarship, 2003–2005
Monbushō Scholarship, 1996–1997
Awards and Honors
Liam Holden Prize, Department of Politics, Sheffield University, 2002
- Black L.O. (2014), Japan's Maritime Security Strategy: The Japan Coast Guard and Maritime Outlaws. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
- Black, Lindsay. (forthcoming 2012/13). Bridging between Myanmar and international society – Japan’s self-identity and kakehashi policy, The Pacific Review.
- with Yih-Jye Hwang (forthcoming 2012/13). China and Japan’s quest for Great Power status – norm entrepreneurship in anti-piracy responses, International Relations.
- Black, Lindsay. 2012. Debating Japan’s intervention to tackle piracy in the Gulf of Aden: beyond mainstream paradigms, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific Volume 12, 259–285.
- Black, Lindsay. 2011. Navigating the boundaries of international society: Japan’s response to piracy in Southeast Asia. In Hiroko Takeda and Glenn Hook (eds.) Decoding Boundaries in Postwar Japan: The Koizumi Administration and Beyond. London: Routledge.
- Black, L. and Hwang. Y. 2010. Soft Power Paths to Great Power Status: Human Security in Japan and China’s Approaches to Tackling Piracy In Southeast Asia and East Africa. Afrasia Symposium Series 5, Afrasian Centre for Peace and Development Studies, Ryukoku University, 2010.
- Hwang. Y. and Black, L. 2010. East Asian Approaches to Human Security – The Concept and Practice of Human Security in Japan and China’s International Relations. Afrasia Symposium Series 5, Afrasian Centre for Peace and Development Studies, Ryukoku University, 2010.
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