Dr.Sueo Sudo
Position: Lecturer
Tel: 02-613-2304











BA Foreign Language, Dokkyo University, 1975
MA International Administration, International Christian University, 1978
MA Southeast Asian Studies, Ohio University, 1979
Ph.D. Political Science, The University of Michigan, 1987

Research Fellow, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, 1987-1988
Fellow, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 1988-1991
Associate Professor, Saga University, Saga, Japan, 1992-2000
Professor, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan, 2000-2016

International Relations
Southeast Asian Studies (ASEAN)
Japanese Foreign Policy
Japan-ASEAN Relations

Major books:
1.The Fukuda Doctrine and ASEAN, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1992.
2.The Structure of Southeast Asian International Relations, Tokyo: Keisoshobo, 1996 (in Japanese).
3.The International Relations of Japan and South East Asia, London: Routledge, 2002.
4.Evolution of ASEAN-Japan Relations, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005.
5.Extended Behavior of the State. Tokyo: Tokyo University Press, 2007. (In Japanese).
6.Japan’s ASEAN Policy, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2015.

Major articles:
1.“Nanshin, Superdomino, and the Fukuda Doctrine: States in Japan-Southeast Asian Relations,” Journal of Northeast Asian Studies 5, 1986: 35-51.
2.“The Politics of Thai-Japanese Trade Relations” in ChaiwatKhamchoo and E. Bruce Reynolds, eds. Thai-Japan Relations in Historical Perspective. Bangkok: Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University, 1988.
3.“Japan-ASEAN Relations: New Dimensions in Japanese Foreign Policy.” Asian Survey 28, 1988: 509-525.
4.“The Road to Becoming a Regional Leader: Japanese Attempts in Southeast Asia, 1975-1980,” Pacific Affairs 61, 1988: 27-50.
5.“From Fukuda to Takeshita: A Decade of Japan-ASEAN Relations,” Contemporary Southeast Asia 10, 1988: 119-143.
6.“Japan’s Role in the Contest of the Emerging Asia-Pacific World,” Southeast Asian Affairs 1989. Singapore: ISEAS, 1989.
7.“Japan and the Security of Southeast Asia,” Pacific Review 4, 1991: 333-344.
8.“Japan and Southeast Asia in the Post-Cambodia Conflict Era,” ASEAN Economic Bulletin 11, 1994: 49-69.
9.“Toward a Japan-US-ASEAN Nexus” in Masashi Nishihara, ed., The Japan-US Alliance, Tokyo: Japan Center for International Exchange, 2000.
10.“A Reinvigorated Version of Japan’s Comprehensive Security” in J. Hsiung ed., Twenty-First Century World Order and the Asia Pacific, New York: Palgrave, 2001.
11.“Japanese Foreign Policy: No Longer Reactive?” Political Studies Review, September 2003: 317-332.
12.“Regional Governance and East and Southeast Asia,” Japanese Journal of Political Science 4, 2003: 331-347.
13.“Japan’s ASEAN Policy: Reactive or Proactive in the Face of a Rising China in East Asia,” Asian Perspective, 33, 1: 2009, pp. 137-158.
14.“ASEAN’s Role in Forging a New Regionalism in East Asia” in Kyung Hee Institute for Human Society, ed., Globalization and the East Asian Community, Seoul: HamDa, 2010.
15.“Japan-ASEAN Relationship as a hub of East Asian Regionalism” in Kyung Hee University,, eds. Regional Dynamics in East Asia, Seoul: HanDa, 2012, pp. 209-228.
16.“Fortifying the Japan-ASEAN Strategic Partnership” in OoiKeeBeng, et al., eds., The 3rd ASEAN Reader, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2015, pp. 397-400.
17.“Institutionalization of ‘East Asian’ Regionalism” in Alice Ba, Cheng ChweeKuik and SueoSudo, eds., Institutionalizing East Asia, London: Routledge, 2016, pp. 35-56.