Refereed Articles & Edited Chapters
“Governing the New Space Race,” in Introduction to the Symposium on The New Space Race, American Journal of International Law Unbound, Vol. 113, (1 April 2019 [scheduled]).
“Introduction: Agents of Design,” and “Conclusion: The Imperfect Struggles,” in Asian Designs: Governance in the Contemporary World Order, edited by Saadia M. Pekkanen. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2016: 1-31, 225-242.
“The External is Incidental: Asia’s Sovereign Wealth Funds and the Santiago Principles,” co-author with Kellee Tsai in Asian Designs: Governance in the Contemporary World Order, edited by Saadia M. Pekkanen. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2016: 75-91.
“Japan’s Ballistic Missile Defense and ‘Proactive Pacifism’,” in Regional Missile Defense From a Global Perspective, edited by Peter Dombrowski and Catherine Kelleher. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2015: 217-237.
“The International Relations of Asia,” co-author with John Ravenhill and Rosemary Foot in The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of Asia, edited by Saadia M. Pekkanen, John Ravenhill, and Rosemary Foot. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2014: 3-21.
“The Evolution of Foreign Direct Investment in Asia,” co-author with Kellee Tsai in The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of Asia, edited by Saadia M. Pekkanen, John Ravenhill, and Rosemary Foot. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2014: 327-347.
“Investment Regionalism in Asia: New Directions in Law and Policy?,” World Trade Review 11 (1) 2012: 119-154.
“The Politics of Ambiguity in Asia’s Sovereign Wealth Funds,” co-author with Kellee Tsai, Business & Politics, 13 (2) 2011: 1-44.
“Trading Gains for Control: International Trade Forums and Japanese Economic Diplomacy,” co-author with Mireya Solis and Saori N. Katada. International Studies Quarterly 51 (4) 2007: 945-970.
“Bilateralism, Multilateralism, or Regionalism? Japan’s Trade Forum Choices.” Journal of East Asian Studies 5 (1) 2005: 77-103.
“Late Liberalizers: Comparative Perspectives on Japan and China” and “The Legal Evolution of Japan’s Trade Liberalization Politics,” in Japan and China in the World Political Economy, edited by Saadia M. Pekkanen and Kellee S. Tsai. London: Routledge, 2005: 11-28, 67-88.
“The Winds of Change in Japanese Trade Policy: Textile Multinationals and Intra-industry Clashes over Market Protection,” co-author with Mireya Solis. Advances in International Management vol. 17, 2005: 89-111.
“The Politics of Japan’s WTO Strategies.” Orbis 48 (1) 2004: 135-147.
“At Play in the Legal Realm: The WTO and the Changing Nature of US-Japan Antidumping Disputes,” in Beyond Bilateralism: The US-Japan Relationship in the New Asia Pacific, edited by Ellis S. Krauss and T. J. Pempel. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2004: 221-247.
“International Law, Industry, and the State: Explaining Japan's Complainant Activities at the WTO.” The Pacific Review 16 (3) 2003: 285-306.
“Japan's Legal Actions in the GATT/WTO System.” The Journal of World Intellectual Property 5 (4) 2002: 565-589.
“Aggressive Legalism: The Rules of the WTO and Japan's Emerging Trade Strategy.” The World Economy 24 (5) 2001: 707-737.
“International Law, the WTO, and the Japanese State: Assessment and Implications of the New Legalized Trade Politics.” The Journal of Japanese Studies 27 (1) 2001: 41-79.
Other Articles, Chapters, & Working Papers
“Limits to Maritime Power: The Politics of Controversy over Chinese Infrastructure Investment,” co-author with Margaret Pearson (August 13, 2018). Available online at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3285430 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3285430
“Japan in 2015: More About Abe,” co-author with Robert J. Pekkanen, Asian Survey 56(1) 2016: 34-46.
“Japan in 2014: All About Abe,” co-author with Robert J. Pekkanen, Asian Survey 55(1) 2015: 103-118.
“National Security in Japan’s Space Policy,” co-author with Paul Kallender-Umezu in Japan in Decline: Fact or Fiction?, edited by Purnendra Jain and Brad Williams. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill/Global Oriental, 2011: 92-109.
“The Socialization of China, Japan, and Korea (CJK) in International Economic Law: Assessment and Implications,” Proceedings of the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law: International Law in a Time of Change, Washington D.C., 24-27 March 2010: 529-532.