first lived in
Tokyo in 1986-87. He moved back to the city in 2004 as a Council on
Foreign Relations (Hitachi) International Affairs Fellow. During his
fellowship, he was stationed at the Research Institute of Economy Trade
and Industry (RIETI) of the Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry
(METI) prior to joining the Japan Institute of International Affairs in
Tokyo (2005-7) as a visiting research fellow. He took his current
position at TUJ in 2007 after having worked closely with the university
for several years in organizing events.
Robert was raised in
Paris and New York, worked in banking in the United States, Japan, and
Europe prior to joining a think tank in Washington in 1993. He is a
graduate of Harvard College and holds an MBA from Yale University.
Besides directing the Institute, Robert is a frequent contributor to
the public debate on Japanese affairs and international political and
economic issues, writing op-eds, giving talks, and organizing TUJ
events in New York City.
Robert has published several books and numerous articles (see list below
He has also contributed articles to Asahi Shimbun, The Financial Times,
The Christian Science Monitor, Real Clear Politics, Le Monde, The Korea
Herald, and other publications, and is often quoted in the press. He
can be reached at email@example.com
Robert Dujarric's Publications
- Robert Dujarric and Andrei Hagiu, "Capitalizing on Innovation: The Case of Japan," 2009
- Robert Dujarric, "China and South Korea's Future Strategy," in Françoise Nicolas, ed. Korea and the New Asia, Routledge, 2007.
Dujarric, conclusion, in Sébastien Fumaroli, Tempete sous un crâne :
L'Amérique en guerre, 2003-2006. Paris : B. de Fallois, 2007. [Brain
Storm: America at War, 2003-2006]
- Robert Dujarric, "La
Chine et les relations de puissance en Asie orientale, Revue générale
de stratégie No. 26/27, mai 2006. [China and the other powers in East
Asia, in French]
- Robert Dujarric, "US Military Presence
and Northeast Asian Regional Stability: Comparative Perspectives
Between the US-Japan and the US-Korea Alliances." Korea Observer,
Autumn 2005 (36:3), pp. 445-463.
- Robert Dujarric and
Park Young-Ho, "North Korea's Reformability in Comparative
Perspective." Korea and World Affairs, (29:1), Spring 2005.
- William E. Odom and Robert Dujarric, America's Inadvertent Empire. New Haven CT: Yale University Press, 2004 (paperback, 2005).
Dujarric. "La politique nord-coréenne des Etats-Unis." (In Annuaire
français des relations internationales. Paris, 2004). [The North Korean
policy of the US, written in French]
- Terry C. Stevens,
David J. Smith, Chuck Downs, and Robert Dujarric. "Deterring North
Korea: U.S. Options." Comparative Strategy (22) 2003.
- Robert Dujarric. "Preliminary Political Lessons of the 9-11 War." Korean Journal of Defense Analysis (Spring 2002).
Dujarric. "North Korea: Risks and Rewards of Engagement." Journal of
International Affairs (Columbia University). Vol. 54 No. 2 (2001).
Dujarric, ed. Japan and Korea's Future: A Japanese-Korean-US Trilateral
Dialogue. Indianapolis, IN: Hudson Institute, 2001.
- Robert Dujarric. Korea After Unification: Implications for US Strategy. Indianapolis, IN: Hudson Institute, 2000.
- Robert Dujarric, ed. and principal author, Korea Security Pivot of Northeast Asia. Indianapolis, IN: Hudson Institute, 1998.
- Gary L. Geipel and Robert Dujarric, Europe 2005. Indianapolis, IN: Hudson Institute, 1995.
E. Odom and Robert Dujarric. Commonwealth or Empire? Russia, Central
Asia and the Transcaucasus. Indianapolis IN: Hudson Institute, 1995.