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Céline Pajon is a research fellow in the Center for Asian Studies, Ifri. Her
area of expertise cover Japan’s foreign and defense policy, Japan’s
domestic political debates and international relations in the Indo-Pacific
region. Céline Pajon is also an International Research Fellow with the
Canon Institute for Global Studies (CIGS) in Tokyo, where she stayed to
conduct several research fieldworks. In 2016, she was a visiting research
fellow in the Japan Institute for International Affairs (JIIA).
Among her latest publications are:
“Japan and France: Slowly but Surely Moving Forward on Security
Cooperation”, The Diplomat, February 6, 2017;
“Japan’s Coast Guard and Maritime Self Defense Forces in the East
China Sea. Can a Black and White System Adapt to a Gray Zone
Strategy?”, Asia Policy, No. 23, January 2017;
“Japan and its Alliance with the US: Dynamics and Evolutions toward
2030”, Notes de l’Ifri, Ifri, June 2016;
“Nationalism in China and Japan and Implications for Bilateral
Relations” (with Alice Ekman), Asie.Visions, No. 74, March 2015;
“Japan’s ‘Smart’ Strategic Engagement in Southeast Asia”, The ASAN
Forum, Vol. 1, No. 4, December 2013.