David is a fellow (senior lecturer) in the Department of International Relations. In addition to having worked as a copy editor and corporate editor/writer, he has formerly held appointments teaching Japanese foreign relations at Tokyo International University and politics at La Trobe University. His research interests include Japanese political leadership, Japan’s post-war security politics, and security in the Asia Pacific.
Watch and listen to David’s discussion about his recent work on Japan’s foreign policy.
David teaches the undergraduate course International Relations in the Asia-Pacific INTR2010 (Semester 1, 2019), and the graduate course Japan & the World: Politics, Identity & Security INTR8063 (Semester 1, 2019).
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