田中 均 Hitoshi TANAKA

Hitoshi TANAKA

2014年度担当科目

Education & Employment

Hitoshi Tanaka is Senior Fellow at the Japan Center for International Exchange and was Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan until August 2005. He has also been a visiting professor at the Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo, since April 2006. He had previously been Director-General of the Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau (2001-02) and the Economic Affairs Bureau (2000-01); Consul-General in San Francisco (1998-2000); and Deputy Director-General of the North American Affairs Bureau (1996-98). He was Director for Policy Coordination of the Foreign Policy Bureau, Political Minister at the Japanese Embassy in London (1990-93), a research associate at the IISS, London (1989-90), Director for North East Asian Affairs (1987-89), and Director for North American Affairs (1985-87). He has a B.A. in law from Kyoto University and B.A./M.A. in PPE from Oxford University. Mr. Tanaka has contributed many articles to various newspapers and monthly magazines. His latest publications include Purofeshonaru no Kosho-ryoku [The Logic of Strategic Negotiation] (2009), Gaiko no Chikara [The Power of Diplomacy] (2009), and Kokka to Gaiko [The Nation and Diplomacy] (2005).

Research Fields

Asian Policy, Security Policy