Mr. Tatsuo Shikata is a Visiting Researcher at KIIP. He worked for Mitsui & Co., Ltd. for four decades including its overseas offices in New York, Toulon, and Singapore, and he finished the Executive Course at Keio Business School. Since 2015, Mr. Shikata has been working at Japanese think tanks, namely the Kajima Institute of International Peace, Japan Institute of International Affairs, and Japan Forum on International Relations. He is currently studying “Future of International Order based on Liberalism” and “Japan/India/EU Cooperation on Economic Security”.
Publications by Tatsuo Shikata
IN DEFENSE OF THE LIBERAL INTERNATIONAL ORDER
In recent years, the geopolitical fight for global economic, diplomatic, and institutional control has acutely intensified, accentuating the crisis in the existing post-World War II Liberal International Order (LIO), championed […]
Building the India-Japan Partnership: Strategic Compulsions and Indo-Pacific Imperatives
Over the past two decades, Japan and India have witnessed a transformative shift in bilateral ties that has seeped into their already officially established “Special Strategic and Global Partnership.” However, […]
Renewable Energy and Climate Action: The Future of Japan and Sweden Cooperation
This joint publication of the Institute for Security and Development Policy (ISDP) and Kajima Institute of International Peace (KIIP) in Tokyo covers a solution-oriented approach to Climate Challenges that both […]