Dmitry Streltsov (born 1963), expert in the spheres of international relations and Japanese studies.
Graduated from the Institute of Afro-African Studies of Moscow State University (1986). PhD (Candidate of Science) in History, the theme of thesis "The Nuclear Issue in Japan's Foreign Policy of Japan (1980s)". Doctor of Sciences in History (2003), the theme of thesis "The System of Public Administration of Japan in the Post-war Period (1945-2001). Historical and Political Aspects". Professor of History (2013).
In the 1990 - 2000s he was numerously invited to Japan (Hosei University, Hitotsubashi University, Keio University, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) as visiting researcher and visiting professor.
Dmitri V. Streltsov is the Head of the Afro-Asian Department and a Professor of Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University), Russia.
He is also the Leading Research Fellow of the Center of Japanese Studies of the Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, and the Professor of the Higher School of Economics (Univesrsity). His research interests include the Domestic and International Politics of Contemporary Japan, Post-war History of Japan, Energy Policy of Japan, Russo-Japanese Relations, Economic Integration and Security Problems in the Asia Pacific Region.
The author of more than 200 academic works, including five monographic books. Editor of several collective monographic books, including Japan in the Asia-Pacific Region: Political, Economic and Socio-cultural aspects, Japan After the Change of Power, Japan: the Economy and Society in the Ocean of Problems, Japan in Search of a New Global Role.
In 2008, he was elected the Chairman of the NPO "Association of Japanologists".
Some recent publications in English
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