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Ken Jimbo

Associate Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University
Dr. Ken JIMBO is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University. He is concurrently a Senior Research Fellow at the Canon Institute for Global Studies (CIGS) and the Tokyo Foundation (TKFD). He also serves as a Director, Board of Directors at the Civic Force, a Visiting Fellow at the Genron NPO and a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS). His main research fields are in International Security, Japan-US Security Relations, Japanese Foreign and Defense Policy, Multilateral Security in Asia-Pacific, and Regionalism in East Asia. He has been a policy advisor at various Japanese governmental commissions and research groups including at the Cabinet Office, the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. His recent books and articles include, "US Rebalancing to the Asia-Pacific: A Japanese Perspective,” in William Tow and Douglas Stuart eds., The New US Strategy towards Asia: Adapting to the American Pivot (London: Routledge, 2015); Ken JIMBO ed., Regional Security Architecture in the Asia-Pacific, Tokyo Foundation (2010) (in Japanese: Ajia Taiheiyo no Chiiki Anzen Hosho Ahkitekucha).
Global Japan
NOV 13, 2018

Asian Geopolitics: North Korea and How to Achieve Regional Stability

The June 2018 meeting between North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un and US President Donald Trump seemed to signify a new momentum in…

Global Japan
APR 10, 2018

Japan’s Role in Containing North Korea: Prof. Ken Jimbo

Ken Jimbo, a Professor at Keio University and member of the G1 Global Advisory Board, shares how Japan can play…

Global Japan
OCT 30, 2017

North Korea and Asian Geopolitics: Views from Japan, China, India, and the US

Geopolitical challenges in Asia have become multi-dimensional. North Korea’s persistent development of their nuclear and missile programs have prompted upgraded…

Global Japan
JUN 26, 2017

Improving Relations throughout East Asia

Prof. Ken Jimbo shares the role Japan can play to spur mutually beneficial relations in East Asia.

Global Japan
DEC 9, 2016

[Diplomacy] Globalization in Retreat? Opportunities for Japan?

Panelists discuss “unthinkable” events in international affairs, and how leaders can engage.