Refereed Journal Articles
Refereed book chapters
Japan’s defence industry: from indigenisation to exploring internationalisation’, in Keith Hartley and Jean Belin (eds.) The Economics of the Global Defence Industry, New York, Routledge, 2019, pp. 396-436
“Japan and the South China Sea Disputes: emerging power politics and ‘fake liberalism’”, in Huiyun Fung and Kai He (eds.) US-China Competition and the South China Sea Disputes, New York, Routledge, 2018, pp. 82-97 ISBN 978-0815380030).
“Japan’s security policy in the context of the US-Japan alliance: the emergence of an ‘Abe Doctrine’”, in James D. J. Brown and Jeff Kingston (eds.) Japan’s Foreign Relations in Asia, New York, Palgrave, 2018, pp. 49-60.
‘Japan’s Grand Strategic Shift: From a Yoshida Doctrine to an Abe Doctrine?’, in Ashley J. Tellis, Alison M. Szalwinski and Michael Wills (eds.) Strategic Asia 2017-18: Power, Ideas and Military Strategy in the Asia-Pacific, National Bureau of Asian Research, Washington, Seattle, 2017, pp. 72-105.
|‘Japan’s military transformation: catching up on ‘traditional’ security agendas via ‘non-traditional’ justifications?’, in Pauline Eadie and Wyn Rees (eds.) The Evolution of Military Power in the West and Asia: Security Policy in the Post-Cold War Era, New York, Routledge, 2015, pp. 148-166.|
|‘Japan’s decline and the consequences for East Asian conflict and cooperation’, in Andrew T. H. Tan (ed.) Security and Conflict in East Asia, New York, Routledge, 2015, pp. 133-141.|
|‘Japan’s international relations’, in James D. Babb (ed.) The Sage Handbook of Modern Japanese Studies, London, Sage, 2014, pp. 440-452.|
|‘Japan’s foreign security relations and policies’, in Saadia M. Pekkanen, John Ravenhill and Rosemary Foot (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of Asia, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014, pp. 371-380.|
|‘Japan’s National Security Discourse: Post-War Paradigmatic Shift?’, in Andrew M. Dorman and Joyce P. Kaufman (eds.), Providing for National Security: A Comparative Analysis, Stanford, California, Stanford University Press, 2014, pp. 137-156.|
|'Japanese remilitarisation and constitutional revision' in Peter N. Stearns (ed.), Demilitarization in the Contemporary World, Chicago, IL, University of Illinois Press, 2013, pp. 127-156.|
|‘The Democratic Party of Japan’s New (but Failing) Grand Security Strategy: From “Reluctant Realism” to “Resentful Realism”?’, in Kenji E. Kushida and Phillip Y. Lipscy (eds.) Japan Under the DPJ: The politics of transition and governance, Stanford, CA, The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, 2013, pp. 333-368.|
|‘The future of the US-Japan alliance’, in Andrew H. Tan (ed.), East and Southeast Asia: International Relations and Security Perspectives, London, Routledge, 2013, pp. 111-120.|
|'China’s Military Modernization: U.S. Allies and Partners in Northeast Asia', in Ashley J. Tellis and Travis Tanner (eds.) Strategic Asia 2012-13: China’s Military Challenge, Washington, DC, National Bureau of Asian Research, 2012, pp. 197-239.|
‘Shūseishugi, nashonarizumu, gurōbarizēshon’ (Revisionism, nationalism and globalisation) in Kan Hideki (ed.) Higashi Ajia no Rekishi Masatsu to Wakai no Kanōsei (East Asia’s Historical Tensions and the Possibilities for Reconciliation), Tokyo: Gaifu Publishing, 2011, pp. 152-177.
|‘The changing political economy of Japan’s defence production: the rise of a military-industrial complex?’, in Marie Söderberg and Patricia A Nelson (eds.) Japan's Politics and Economy: Perspectives on Change (European Institute of Japanese Studies East Asian Economics and Business Series), London, Routledge (2010), pp. 138-160.|
|'European views of a changing US-Japan alliance: declining prospects for "civilian power" cooperation?', in David Arase and Tsuneo Akaha (eds.), The US-Japan Alliance: Balancing Soft and Hard Power in East Asia, London, Routledge, 2010, pp.151-168.|
|'Beyond interdependence: globalization, state transformation and security', in Geoffrey Till, Emrys Chew and Joshua Ho (eds.) Globalization and Defence in the Asia-Pacific: Arms Across Asia, London, Routledge, 2009, pp. 34-49.|
|'Japan's policy towards China: domestic structural change, globalization, history and nationalism', in Christopher M. Dent (ed.) China, Japan and Regional Leadership in East Asia, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2008, pp. 37-51.|
|‘Japan and multilateralism in the North Korean nuclear crisis: roadmap or dead end?’, in Linus Hagström and Marie Söderberg (eds.) North Korea Policy: Japan and the Great Powers, London, Routledge, 2006, pp. 151-170.|
|'Japanese military modernization in search of a 'normal' military role', in Ashley J. Tellis and Michael Wills (eds.) Strategic Asia 2005-2006: Military Modernization in an Era of Uncertainty, Washington DC, National Bureau of Asian Research, 2005, pp. 103-134.|
|‘Japan, East Asian regionalisation and selective resistance to globalisation: regional divisions of labour and financial cooperation’, in Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey R.D. Underhill (eds.) Political Economy and the Changing Global Order, 3rd Edition, Oxford, Oxford University Press (forthcoming).|
|'A multi-dimensional approach to security: the case of Japan’, in P. Dombrowski (ed.) Guns and Butter: The Political Economy of International Security, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2005, pp. 99-120.|
|‘Japan-US security relations: toward “bilateralism-plus”?’, with A. Fukushima, in E. S. Krauss and T. J. Pempel (eds.) Beyond Bilateralism: The US-Japan Relationship in the New Asia-Pacific, Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 2003, pp. 55-86.|
|‘Globalisation and security in East Asia’, in C. M. Dent (ed.) Asia-Pacific Economic and Security Cooperation: New Regional Agendas, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003, pp. 34-50.|
|‘Tumen River Development Area Programme (TRADP): frustrated micro-regionalism as a microcosm of political rivalries’, in S. Breslin and G. Hook (eds.)Mircoregionalism and World Order, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2002, pp. 115-143.|
|‘Sino-Japanese relations and Ballistic Missile Defence’, in M. Soderberg (ed.) Chinese-Japanese Relations in the Twenty-First Century: Complementarity and Conflict, London, Routledge, 2002, pp. 69-87.|
|‘The Police Reaction to Aum’, in R. J. Kisala and M. Mullins (eds.) Religion and Social Crisis in Japan: Understanding Japanese Society Through the Aum Affair, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2001, pp. 53-70.|
|‘Japan in Europe: Asian and European perspectives’, in G. Hook and H. Hasegawa (eds.) The Political Economy of Japanese Globalisation: European and Asian Perspectives, London, Routledge, 2001, pp. 40-55.|
|‘Japan and East Asia’, in P. Heenan (ed.) The Japan Handbook: Regional Handbooks of Economic Development, New York, Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1998, pp. 246-59.|