Specialties: Japanese foreign and security policy, international history, and European international politics. He teaches Western diplomatic history, Cold War history, and history of European integration.
Yuichi Hosoya is professor in the Faculty of Law, Keio University (2011 to present). Previous posts include assistant professor at Hokkaido University (2000-2002) and Keiai University (2002-2004), and then as an assistant professor at Keio University, he has taught Western diplomatic history, Cold War history, and history of European integration. He earned academic degrees at Rikkyo University (B.A., 1994), the University of Birmingham (MIS, 1996), and Keio University (M.A., 1997 and Ph.D, 2000).
He had been a fellow in academic programs such as the RIPS-CGP Fellowship Program of Security Studies (1998-2000), the US VIP Program by the US Department of State (2000), the Salzburg Seminar (2003 and 2005), and the Fulbright Fellowship (Princeton Institute for International & Regional Studies (PIIRS), Princeton University, 2008-2009). He was a visiting professor (Japan Chair) at the Centre Asie-Pacific, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences-Po) (2009-2010).
He has published many books and articles about the modern history of British diplomacy and international relations for which he was awarded the Suntory Prize for Social Sciences and Humanities (2002), the Sakurada Prize for a Book on Political Science (2007) and the Yomiuri Yoshino Sakuzo Prize (2010), and others.