Sarah Tanke is Japan Analyst at Noria. She covers mainly questions of Japan’s foreign policy, multilateral diplomacy and its activity at the United Nations.
As a PhD candidate in political science / international relations at Sciences Po, CERI (Center for International Studies), Sarah Tanke co-organizes the PhD seminar as well as the seminar of the research group on multilateral action. She has recently published « Une diplomatie du respect : le Japon et le multilatéralisme » (Ed. L’Harmattan, 2017) and is teaching international relations and diplomacy at Sciences Po (Paris, Reims, Le Havre).
After graduating with a master’s degree from Sciences Po, she has conducted research stays at the University of Cambridge, Columbia University, and the German Institute for Japanese Studies in Tokyo (DIJ). Sarah Tanke has been studying in Japan for two years and working at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for one year in New York.
Research Area: Japan Languages: English, French, German, Japanese