Sakamoto, Yoshikazu

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SAKAMOTO, Yoshikazu

SAKAMOTO, Yoshikazu. Japanese (born United States), b. 1927. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Military/Defense/Arms control. Career: University of Tokyo, Japan, research fellow in European political thought, 1951-54, associate professor, 1954-64, professor of international politics, 1964-88, professor emeritus, 1988-; Meiji Gakuin University, Tokyo, professor of peace studies, 1988-93, senior research fellow, Peace Research Institute, International Christian University, 1993-96. Juror for UNESCO Prize for Peace Education, 1984-89. Publications: IN ENGLISH. EDITOR: (with E. Jahn) Elements of World Instability, 1981; (co) Democratizing Japan: The Allied Occupation, 1987; Strategic Doctrines and Their Alternatives, 1987; Asia: Militarization and Regional Conflict, 1988; The Emperor System as a Japan Problem, 1989; Global Transformation: Challenges to the State System, 1994. Address: 8-29-19 Shakujii-machi, Nerima-ku, Tokyo 177-0041, Japan.