The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan

KONDO, Shigeto, PhD

KUDO, Hiroki

Research Fellow, JIME Center

Fields of Study:International relations, politics, and economy of the Arab Gulf states

 

2008

B.A. in International Relations, College of International Studies, University of Tsukuba

2011 M.A. in Law, Keio University (Graduate School of Law), Tokyo, Japan
2012 Visiting Researcher, College of Law and Political Science, King Saud University (Saudi Arabia)
2016 Research Fellow, JIME Center-IEEJ (Institute of Energy Economics, Japan)
2016

Ph.D in Law, Keio University (Graduate School of Law), Tokyo, Japan

Papers:
1. “Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 – Possibilities and and Limitations, “ Chuto Doko Bunseki, Vol. 16, No. 1. (in Japanese)
2. “Saudi Arabia’s Economic and Fiscal Reform : Low Oil Price and Post-Oil Challenges ,” Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 526 : 67-75 (2016). (in Japanese)
3. “Saudi Arabia and Arab-Israeli Conflict : Between Arab Cause and Dependence on the U.S.,” Ph.D. Dissertation (2016).
4. “Saudi Arabia's Palestine Policies and the United States, 1945-1948,” Journal of Law and Political Science, 101: 165-195 (2014). (in Japanese)
5. “Gulf States’ “Fiscal Security”: Seeking a Stable Oil Revenues,” Ajiken World Trend, 224: 32-35 (2014). (in Japanese)
6. “Oil Policies of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, and Arab-Israeli Conflict, 2000-2012,” Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 518: 85-97 (2013). (in Japanese)
7. “Oil Policies of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait during the First Oil Crisis, 1970-1974,” Journal of Law and Political Science, 97: 35-65 (2013). (in Japanese)
8. “Survey of Kuwaiti Youth's Perception toward Politics, Economics, and Society,” Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 508: 106-116 (2010). (in Japanese)
9. “Inter-Arab Politics in the First Oil Crisis: Kuwaiti Role in Formation of Arab Oil Policies, January-November, 1973,” Proceedings of Keio University, Graduate School of Law, Studies in Law and Politics, 50: 1-37 (2010). (in Japanese)
Activity on Committee etc.
  • The Japan Association of International Relations
  • Japan Association for Middle East Studies