Staff Profile

As of November 21, 2019

Kentaro Sakamoto
International Peace and Security Department
Research Fellow
Kentaro Sakamoto

Expertise

International relations of East Asia, Muslims in China

Academic/Professional Background

Before joining the Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Kentaro Sakamoto was granted two Master's Degrees as a double-degree student from the Graduate School of Public Policy, the University of Tokyo and the School of International Studies, Peking Univeristy. He was awarded the Chinese Government Scholarship and the Bai Xian Asian Future Leaders Scholarship. His recent works include "The Survival of the US–Japan, US–ROK Alliance under a Potential Peace Treaty" (E-International relations, co-authored by Yaechan Lee).

Projects

Balance Sheet of Lesser Allies and Implication for Japanese Alliance Policy;
Information Provision of International Situation and Security II; 
Enhancing Human Resources for Maritime Security in the Micronesia Region II; 
Promotion of Palau Sustainable Tourism Model
Business Year
Business Year
E-newsletters
Related Websites

The Sasakawa Pacific Island Nations Fund

This page has information about the Sasakawa Pacific Island Nations Fund activities until FY 2017.

Related Websites

The Sasakawa Pan Asia Fund

This page has information about the Sasakawa Pan Asia Fund activities until FY 2017.

Related Websites

The Sasakawa Japan–China Friendship Fund

This page has information about the Sasakawa Japan–China Friendship Fund activities until FY 2017.

Related Websites

The Sasakawa Middle East Islam Fund

This page has information about the Sasakawa Middle East Islam Fund activities until FY 2017.

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