Stephen R NAGY
Stephen R NAGY
Senior Associate Professor, Department of Politics and International studies, International
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Territorial Disputes, Trade and Diplomacy: Examining the repercussions of the Sino-Japanese territorial dispute on bilateral trade
SR Nagy
China Perspectives 2013 (2013/4), 46-57, 2013
292013
Politics of Multiculturalism in East Asia: Reinterpreting Multiculturalism
SR Nagy
Ethnicities 14 (1), 1-17, 2013
242013
Nationalism, domestic politics, and the Japan economic rejuvenation
SR Nagy
East Asia 31 (1), 5-21, 2014
202014
Local government and multicultural coexistence practices in the Tokyo metropolitan area: Integrating a growing foreigner minority population
SR Nagy
Ethnic minorities and regional development in Asia: Reality and challenges …, 2009
162009
National Exclusion, Local Inclusion: Examining the Disconnect between National Immigration Policies and Local Integration Policies
SR Nagy
La Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales (REMI) 24 (3), 2009
122009
FROM TEMPORARY MIGRANT TO INTEGRATED RESIDENT: LOCAL GOVERNMENT APPROACHES TO MIGRANT INTEGRATION IN THE TOKYO METROPOLIS
SR Nagy
Asien The German Journal on Contemporary Asia,, pp. 115-136, 2012
102012
Global movements in the Asia Pacific
J Eades, P Kee, H Yoshimatsu, SR Nagy
World Scientific, 2009
102009
Japan’s proactive pacifism: Investing in multilateralization and omnidirectional hedging
SR Nagy
Strategic Analysis 41 (3), 223-235, 2017
82017
Local Government Migrant Policies in Tokyo, Japan: National Exclusion, Local Inclusion:
SR Nagy
Edwin Mellen, 2012
82012
Japanese-style Multiculturalism?: A Comparative Examination of Japanese Multicultural Coexistence日本式の多文化主義か:日本に於ける多文化共生の比較考察
SR NAGY
Japan Journal of Multilingualism and Multiculturalism 18 (1), 1-20, 2012
72012
Japanese Multicultural Coexistence: Emblematic of a Liberal Democratic Society
SR Nagy
Studies 34 (1), 41-68, 2008
62008
The advent of liberal democratic multiculturalism? A case study of multicultural coexistence policies in Japan
S Nagy
Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies (EJCJS) 15 (1), 2015
52015
Migration and the potential for international cooperation in East Asia: a comparative examination of state integration policies in Japan and Korea
SR Nagy
Asian Regional Integration Review 1, 1-19, 2009
52009
Japan's Demographic Revival: Rethinking Migration, Identity and Sociocultural Norms
S Nagy
Nagy, SR, 440, 2015
4*2015
Social inequality and the rise of localism in Hong Kong
SR Nagy
Asian International Studies Review 16 (2), 25-47, 2015
42015
Building a Human Security-based Framework for the Protection of Migrants in Northeast Asia
S Robert NAGY
International Studies Review 14 (2), 59-80, 2013
4*2013
Japan’s Precarious Indo-Pacific Balance
SR Nagy
Japan Times 14, 2019
32019
A key role for Japan in the Indo-pacific
SR Nagy
The Japan Times 7 (4), 2019
32019
Japanese Martial Arts as popular culture: teaching opportunity and challenge
SR Nagy
Asian Studies 3 (1), 83-102, 2015
32015
Multicultural Coexistence Policies of Local Governments in the Tokyo Metropolis: A Comparative Examination of Social Integration in Response to Growing Ethnic Diversity
S Nagy
Migration and Diversity in Asian Contexts, Lai Ah Eng, Brenda Yeoh, Francis …, 2012
32012
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