We take a multifaceted approach to studying states’ use of economic foreign policy tools to achieve political objectives
We study the use of economic foreign policy tools to achieve political objectives and pay special attention to international institutions both as an instrument of economic foreign policy and as an arena where econoimc foreign policies play out.
We aim to conduct a wide range of research on global citizenship and democracy, combining political theory and empirical research, to solve global problems and promote the sustainable development of a global society.
We will examine how critical trends in democracy, such as the rise of populism, the spread of false news, and political polarization, influence mass and elite behaviors, and in turn, determine democratic representation and accountability.
We aim to investigate the politics of naming and shaming, human rights diplomacy, and interaction between state and international organizations in international human rights regime.
We aim to find a new political education model that can develop our future careers in a rapidly shifting paradigm of education that was caused by the advent of innovative science and technology.
We aim to contribute to peacebuilding by researching war, peace, and various issues related to international relations.