Bart Gaens

Projekt direktör, CUSPP; Äldre forskare - forskningsprogrammet Global säkerhet

bart.gaensfiia.fi
Telefon 09 432 7788

Examen
PhD, Graduate University for Advanced Studies ( Japan)

Expertis
Japan-forskning (regional forskning)
Japan i Asiens regionala kontext
Stormaktsrelationer i Östasien
Relationerna mellan EU och Asien
ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting)

Aktuella projekt
Östasiens regionalism
Stormaktsrelationerna i Östasien

 

Senaste publikationer

2016 "The Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM): A Role for the European Union in Asia?”, in Sugita Yoneyuki (ed.), Toward a More Amicable Asia-Pacific Region. Japan’s Roles.” Lanham: UPA

2015 "Sympathy or Self-Interest? The Development Agendas of the European Union and Japan in the 2000s” (co-authored with Henri Vogt), in Bacon, Paul; Mayer, Hartmut; and Nakamura Hidetoshi (eds), The European Union and Japan: A New Chapter in Civilian Power Cooperation?, Farnham: Ashgate

2014 "Japan, Europe and East Asian regionalism”, in Liu Jianhui and Sano Mayuko (eds), Rethinking "Japanese Studies” from Practices in the Nordic Region. Kyoto: International Research Center for Japanese Studies

2013 Political change in Myanmar. Filtering the murky waters of ‘disciplined democracy', FIIA Working Paper 78, February

2012 Interregional relations and legitimacy in global governance: The EU in ASEM (co-authored with Juha Jokela), Asia-Europe Journal Vol. 10, numbers 2-3, pp. 145-164

2011 The rise of interregionalisms: the case of the European Union's relations with East Asia. The Ashgate Research Companion to Regionalisms. Farnham: Ashgate

2009 The Role of the European Union in Asia: China and India as Strategic Partners. Redigerad i  samarbete med Juha Jokela och Eija Limnell. Farnham: Ashgate

2008 Europe-Asia Interregional Relations – A Decade of ASEM. Editor. Aldershot: Ashgate

2006 Beyond ASEM VI: Lessons for the Actors. Multiregionalism and Multilateralism: Asia-Europe Relations in a Global Context. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press

Förtroendeuppdrag
ansvarig forskare, Institutionen för världens kulturer, Helsinfors universitet

Språkkunskaper
engelska, holländska, japanska (arbetsspråk), tyska, franska, finska (passiv)