Juan Luis Lopez-Aranguren - Profile

Juan Luis Lopez-Aranguren is an Associate Professor of Public International Law and International Relations at the School of Law of the University of Zaragoza (Spain) and Professor of Social Sciences Research in the Master on Japanese Studies at the same university. His field of study is Globalization, Security, International Law and International Relations. He has completed his Ph.D. titled "Application of Rational Choice Theory on International Communication in East Asia: The case of Senkaku/Diaoyu" (2013). He has also received the Japan Foundation Japanese Studies Fellowship (FY 2016/17) for the 12-months Postdoctoral research project at the Graduate School of International Relations at the International University of Japan (IUJ), 国際大学: “Communication, Democracy and Policy-Making in Japan: A Study on the Role of the International Communication in Japanese Social Cohesion and in the Government’s Social Endorsement".

Lopez-Aranguren has published numerous papers on International Relations, Security and Law like "The Communicative Dimension and Security in Asia-Pacific: A communicative-viewing proposal for reform of the Japanese Intelligence Services" (UNISCI, 41, 2016), "Rational Choice Theory and International Communication: A Proposal for a New Interpretation of Article 21 of the Japanese Constitution" (Osaka University Law Review, 64, 2017), and "Geopolitical aspects of the EU’s approach to Indo-Pacific" (Routledge, 2021).

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