Toshiya Hoshino

Professor
Osaka School of International Public Policy, Osaka University

Toshiya Hoshino is the Professor of Osaka School of International Public Policy, Osaka University, Japan. Until July 2020 for three years, Toshiya served as an Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of Japan to the United Nations in New York in charge of socio-economic and budgetary affairs. His previous positions have included: Vice-President (Global Engagement) of Osaka University; Minister-Counsellor in charge of political affairs at the Permanent Mission of Japan to the UN; Senior Research Fellow at the Japan Institute of International Affairs; Guest Scholar at Columbia University; Visiting Fellow, Princeton University; and Special Assistant (Political Affairs) at the Embassy of Japan to the United States. Toshiya graduated from Sophia University, Japan, completed a Master's at the University of Tokyo, and received his PhD from Osaka University.

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