John H. Miller '63

Source: Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, October 2004

Dr. Miller was a U.S. Foreign Service Officer from 1975 to 2000. In addition to serving in Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, and Canada, he was the Burma desk officer and regional narcotics officer in the State Department in Washington,DC. A Japan specialist and Japanese language officer, he holds a PhD in Japanese history from Princeton University, an MA in Asian History from Stanford University, and BA in history from Amherst College. Since 2000, Dr. Miller has been an Associate Professor at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies where he specializes In Japan’s foreign relations and the historical dimensions of East Asian security

SourceEncore Learning, Spring 2015 Course Catalog

John H. Miller is a former foreign service officer who served in Japan, Korea, the Philippines and Canada. After retiring, he taught at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Honolulu and was Asia Chair at the Foreign Service Institute in Arlington. He holds a doctorate in Japanese history from Princeton University and is the author of "Modern East Asia: An Introductory History and American Political and Cultural Perspectives on Japan: From Perry to Obama."