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Andrew Oros is a specialist on the international and comparative politics of East Asia and the advanced industrial democracies, with an emphasis on contending approaches to managing security. He is author of Normalizing Japan: Politics, Identity, and the Evolution of Security Practice (Stanford University Press, 2008), co-author of Global Security Watch: Japan (Praeger Press, 2010), and over a dozen scholarly articles and book chapters. He speaks frequently about his research on issues in Japanese politics and East Asian security to members of the media, fellow researchers, and policymakers in Washington DC, Tokyo, and world-wide.
His current research examines prospects for China-Japan-US security cooperation, funded in part by a Japan Foundation Abe Fellowship which underwrote visiting professorships in 2010-11 at Peking University in China and Keio University in Japan.
He also serves as Director of the first-year student Global Perspectives: Research and Writing seminar program at Washington College.