Liam Palmbach graduated in 2016 from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in History. His specialization was in Modern Japanese History and his dissertation focused on dissent at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (the Tokyo Trial). Additionally, he has also devoted a great deal of studies to Soviet History and has spent much of his life growing up in the post-Soviet Space. At ISDP he has returned to studying East Asia and is working with the Japan Center, focusing on security challenges in North-East Asia and on Japan’s role as a major power both in its region and beyond.
Publications by Liam Palmbach
Japan and North Korea: Toward Engagement for Regional Security
The current situation on the Korean Peninsula has invited debate on Japan’s perennial issue of constitutional revision. While this is a high-profile issue, other measures are needed to reduce tensions. […]