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Nishikawa Yukiko

ニシカワ ユキコ | Nishikawa Yukiko
Affiliation and department:
Job title: 教授
Research field  (1): International relations
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2019 - 2022 ハイブリッドな平和構築論の新展開
  • 2014 - 2016 紛争経験国における開発、紛争予防、民主化に関する巨視的分析
Papers (7):
  • Yukiko Nishikawa. The reality of protecting the Rohingya: an inherent limitation of the Responsibility to protect. Asian Security. 2020. 16. 1. 90-106
  • Yukiko NISHIKAWA. Development Cooperation for Post-Conflict Fragile States:A critical examination and future perspective. Journal of International Relations. 2017. 186. 16-32
  • Yukiko Nishikawa. State-building and Governance Assistance for the Post 2015 Development Agenda. Journal of International Development Studies. 2014. 23. 1. 87-102
  • Yukiko Nishikawa. A missing standpoint in post-conflict statebuilding and challenges to the international community. International Politics. 2013. 174. 27-40
  • Yukiko Nishikawa. Human Security in Southeast Asia: Viable Solution or Empty Slogan?. SECURITY DIALOGUE. 2009. 40. 2. 213-236
MISC (6):
  • Hisae Nakanishi and Cohen Ada (eds) Cremation or Burial How to Make Epidemiological Public Good Religious Freedom Compatible in the Age of COVID. What does human security inform us during the COVID-19 pandemic?. Cremation or burial: how to make epidemiological public good and religious freedom compatible in the age of COVID-19. 2021. 9-19
  • Sarah Biddulph, Yukiko Nishikawa, Nguyen Thi Que Anh, Vu Congress Giao, Bui Tien Dat (eds) The Presumption of Innocence, Hanoi: Hanoi National University. The Principle of presumption of innocence In law and practices in Japan. The Presumption of Innocence. 2020. 15-36
  • Sarah Biddulph, Kathryn Taylor, Yukiko Nishikawa, Sebastien Lafrane, eds Law on, the, State of Emergency, School of Law, Vietnam National University, Hanoi Asian Law Centre, et al. Japanese response to COVID-19: politics of emergency power, human rights and the rule of law. 2020. 28-49
  • NISHIKAWA, Yukiko. Governance and Economic Development in Post-Conflict Countries: What Do 30 Post-Conflict Countries Inform Us?. GSID Discussion Paper. 2019. 210
  • NISHIKAWA, Yukiko. Saving the Stateless? Myanmar, the Rohingya and R2P. Oxford Resarch Group. 2019
Books (11):
  • The Rohingya Crisis: Global Governance for Human Rights Protection
    International Institute of Peace and Development Studies, Bangkok 2021 ISBN:9789849506904
  • Political Sociology of Japanese Pacifism
    Routledge 2018 ISBN:9781138058712
  • 「平和構築支援」
    明石書店 2018
  • The effect of global economy in contemporary world
    Routledge 2016
  • 紛争後のガバナンス構築
    勁草書房 2013
Lectures and oral presentations  (9):
  • Limitations of international constitutionalism to protect human rights in the Rohingya crisis
    (Association of Global Governance 2020)
  • The Principle of presumption of innocence In law and practices in Japan
    (Online expert conference on the presumption of innocence 2020)
  • Japanese response to COVID-19: politics of emergency power, human rights and the rule of law
    (Laws on the state of emergency (online) 2020)
  • Fundamental challenges for contemporary global constitutionalism
    (New thinking on global constitutionalism 2019)
  • Japanese Role for ASEAN's Development
    (International Symposium on Asian Developnent Studies 2018)
Committee career (2):
  • 2020/12 - 現在 Strengthening Human Rights and Peace Research and Education in ASEAN/Southeast Asia (SHAPE-SEA) Governing Borad
  • 2020/04 - 現在 Japan Association for Human Security Studies, Auditor
Association Membership(s) (3):
Japan Association for Human Security Studies ,  Japan Association of Global Governance ,  Japan Association of International Relations ,
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