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http://www.pko.go.jp/pko_e/organization/researcher/pdf/01-tukamoto.pdf
内閣府国際平和協力本部事務局
国際平和協力研究論文集 創刊号
平成 22 年 9 月
A Survey of Japan’s Contribution to Peacebuilding: Timor-Leste as a Case 日本の平和構築への貢献についての調査東ティモールを事例として

国際平和協力本部事務局主査(企画担当)
塚本剛志
There are no other countries and areas where Japan’s combined support of peace cooperation and development assistance has been implemented in such frequency and continuity. Nevertheless, while there can be no doubt that Japan has
engaged much in Timor-Leste, there is still ambiguity as to the final goal for which Japan is heading in its peacebuilding support. It is because that there have been a number of contributing countries dispatching a large scale of personnel in order to
resolve the conflict of Timor-Leste, and they have shown stronger commitment than Japan. Putting it another way, Japan’s engagement in Timor-Leste may be interpreted
as an ordinary one comparing to other contributors. With regard to the amount of development assistance, although it is sure that Japan has been ranked within the top 5 every year, its support has not been outstanding. It is not too far from the truth to
say that Japan has not yet played a leading role in peacebuilding of Timor-Leste, forestalling other ambitious actors. Figures 1 and 2 probably can prove those hypotheses (see more detail, in Table 1 and 2). Japan wishes to be a “Peace Fostering Nation”. It is no exaggeration to say that the case of Timor-Leste seems to have been an ideal opportunity for Japan to be a protagonist. In spite of that, the efforts exerted so far still remain an unsettled question. That is how Japan tries to resolve conflicts and to settle peace in conflict-affected countries and areas. This point may well be left to argue.