• HOME
  • 로그인
QUICK MENU

고려대학교 교수소개

Knowledge & Innovation

정경대학

Home > 정경대학 >정치외교학과

소개

Prof. 이용욱 

Tel: 3290-2183 
Fax: 3290-2180 
Email: yongir@korea.ac.kr

 

  • About Professor
  • Curriculum Vitea
  • Publication
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Lab Members
  • Profile

    I am Yong Wook Lee , an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Korea University . My research interests are in international relations theory, international political economy, Asian regionalism, international relations and comparative politics of Japan and Korea, and international migration and societal (in)security issues. I examine how identities and norms affect and are affected by states and their practices within domestic and international contexts. My first book (from Stanford University Press 2008), entitled "The Japanese Challenge to the American Neoliberal World Order: Identity, Meaning, and Foreign Policy," develops this issue into an analytical framework designed to demonstrate a causal mechanism through which identity shapes national interest. The book examines Japan's confrontations with the U.S. in various international finance and development forums, such as the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation, and Asian Monetary Fund. I received Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of Southern California. Before coming to Korea University. I previously taught at the University of Oklahoma , Brown University , and the University of Southern California .

    Contact information
     
    Address : 
    Department of Political Science and International Relations Anam-dong, Sungbuk-gu, Seoul, Korea, 136-701 
    Tel . : 82-2-3290-2183 
    Fax : 82-2-3290-2180 

     

  • Curriculum

    Curriculum Vitae☞

     


    Curriculum Vitae/March 2009
    Yong Wook Lee
    Department of Political Science and International Relations
    Korea University
    Anam-Dong, Seongbuk-Gu
    Seoul (136-701), Korea
    Fax: 82-2-3290-2180; Tel: 82-2-3290-2183; Email: yongir@korea.ac.kr

    Academic Appointments
    •Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Korea University (2008 – Present).
    •Assistant Professor, School of International and Area Studies & Department of Political Science, University of Oklahoma (2006 – 2008).
    •Faculty Associate, U.S.-China Institute, University of Oklahoma (2006 – 2008).
    •Freeman Fellow, Watson Institute for International Studies & Department of East Asian Studies, Brown University (2004 – 2006).
    •Lecturer, School of International Relations, University of Southern California (2003 – 2004).
    •Visiting Scholar, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan (2002).

    Education
    •Ph.D., International Relations, University of Southern California (2003)
    •B.A., East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Kansas (1995).

    Grants, Awards, Fellowships
    •New Faculty Grant, Korea University (2008 – 2009).
    •Faculty Enrichment Grant, University of Oklahoma (2007).
    •Junior Faculty Summer Fellowship, University of Oklahoma (2007).
    •Faculty Enrichment Grant, University of Oklahoma (2006).
    •Freeman Foundation Research Grant, Brown University (2004 – 2006).
    •Dissertation Summer Grant, Center for International Studies, USC (2002).
    •Dissertation Fellowship, Center for International Studies, USC (2001 – 2002).
    •Dissertation Tuition Awards, Harris Estate Endowment, USC (2001 – 2003).
    •ACE – Nikkaido Fellowship in Japanese Studies, USC (2000 – 2001).
    •Phi Beta Kappa, University of Kansas (1995).
    •Golden Key National Honor Society, University of Kansas (1994).

    Languages
    •English, Japanese, and Korean.

    Publications
    Monographs
    •The Japanese Challenge to the American Neoliberal World Order: Identity, Meaning, and Foreign Policy. Stanford University Press (2008).
    •“The Discursive Construction of Development Identity: How Could Japan Challenge the Neoclassical Economic Orthodoxy?” CIS Working Paper Series 2-13 (2002), Center for International Studies, USC.

    Articles
    •“The Evolution of Korean Foreign Labor Policy in Global Context: Toward the Politics of Societal (In)Security?” Korea Observer, forthcoming (June 2009 as scheduled).
    •“Historical Beliefs and the Perception of Threat in Northeast Asia: Colonialism, the Tributary System, and China-Japan-Korea Relations in the Twenty-First Century.” (with Peter Gries, Qingmin Zhang, and Yasuki Masui). International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, forthcoming (May 2009 as scheduled).
    •“Using Norms Strategically: Transnational Advocacy Networks’ Operation for North Korean Human Rights.” (with Sun Young Kwak). Asian Perspective, forthcoming (March 2009 as scheduled).
    •“The Japanese Challenge to Neoliberalism: Who and What Is ‘Normal’ in the History of the World Economy?” Review of International Political Economy, Vol. 15, No. 4. (2008): 506-533.
    •“Japan and the Asian Monetary Fund: An Identity-Intention Approach.” International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 50, No. 2 (2006): 339-366.
    •“The Politics of Foreign Labor Policies in Korea and Japan.” (with Hye Mee Park) Journal of Contemporary Asia, Vol. 35, No. 2 (2005): 143-165 (Lead Article).
    •“The Origin of One Party Domination: America’s Reverse Course and the Emergence of the Liberal Democratic Party in Japan.” Journal of East Asian Affairs, Vol. 18, No. 2 (2004): 371-413.
    •“New Asian Regionalism and the United States: Constructing Regional Identity and Interest in the Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion.” (with Sunhyuk Kim) Pacific Focus, Vol. 19, No. 2 (2004): 185-231. 1

    Book Chapters
    •“From Tokyo to Beijing Consensus: Asian Values, Multiple Modernity, but Still Modernity.” Paper in progress for the Volume, Uncovering the Ethical: Recovering Meaning in International Relations Scholarship (In Memory of Hayward Alker).
    •“Soft Power as Productive Power.” Paper in progress for the Volume, Soft Power and Public Diplomacy in East Asia (Sponsored by the East Asian Institute).

    Works under Review
    •“Neoliberal Korea and Still Developmentalist Japan: Myth or Reality?” (with Sun Young Kwak).
    •“Truth, Knowledge Cumulation, and Self-Reflectivity: Revisiting Democratic Peace.”

    Works in Progress
    •The Making of Imagined East Asian Economic Community in a World of Region (Book length project).
    •“Reformulation of Synthetic Approach to Foreign Policy Change: Japan’s New Move toward Regional Financial Institution Building.”
    •“Bringing Outsiders in?: Transnational Advocacy Networks and the Development of Environmental Movements in Japan and Korea.” (with Yooil Bae and Dong-Ae Shin).
    •“Promise of Constructivist International Political Economy: Past, Present, and Future.” (Korean).

    Presentations/Workshops/Research Experiences
    Conference
    •“Social Context in East Asian Monetary Cooperation: Identity, Norms, and Trust.” Paper presented at ISA, in New York (February 15 – 18, 2009).
    •“Reformulation of Synthetic Approach to Foreign Policy Change: Japan as the Architect of New Asian Regional Financial Order.” Paper presented at ISA, in New York (February 15 – 18, 2009).
    •“Contesting Neoliberal Economic Order in East Asia: From the Chiang Mai Initiative to the Asian Monetary Fund.” Paper presented at ISA, in San Francisco (March 26 – 29, 2008).
    •“A Synthetic Approach toward Foreign Policy Change: Japan’s New Move toward Regional Financial Institution Building.” Paper presented at ISA, in San Francisco (March 26 – 29, 2008).
    •“Politics of Financial Liberalization: Neoliberal Korea and Still Developmentalist Japan?” (with Sun Young Kwak) Paper presented at APSA, in Chicago (August 30 – September 2, 2007).
    •“The Politics of Rationality and Regional Economic Order in East Asia: Development of Chiang Mai Initiative and Asian Bond Market.” Paper presented at ISA, in Chicago (February 28 – March 3, 2007).
    •“What Constitutes an East Asian Community? A Search for East Asian Identity.” Paper presented at ISA, in San Diego (March 22 – 26, 2006).
    •“New Asian Regionalism and the United States: Constructing Regional Identity and Interest in the Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion.” (with Sunhyuk Kim) Paper presented at ISA, in Montreal, Canada (March 17 – 20, 2004).
    •“National Interests and the Identity-Intention Framework: A Case of the U.S.-Japan Conflict in the Asian Financial Crisis.” Paper presented at ISA-West, in Las Vegas (October 10 – 11, 2003).
    •“Ideas, Interdependence, and the Politics of Development: Japan and the Asian Monetary Fund.” Paper presented at ISA, in Chicago (February 21 – 24, 2001).
    •“Unintended Consequence: American Reverse Course and the 1955 System in Japan.” Paper presented at ASPAC, in San Diego (June 4 – 9, 1999).

    Invited Talk
    •“Soft Power as Productive Power.” Paper presented at a Conference entitled “Soft Power, Identity, and Public Diplomacy in East Asia,” in Seoul, Korea (December 10 – 12, 2008).
    •“New Asian Regionalism and Contesting Neoliberal Economic Order in East Asia: From the Chiang Mai Initiative to the Asian Monetary Fund.” Paper presented at KU IR Forum, in Seoul, Korea University (April 18, 2008).
    •Commentary at a Conference entitled “The Korean-American Professors’ Workshop on Korean Territorial Issues,” in Los Angeles, Oxford Hotel (November 30 – December 2, 2007).
    •“Democracy and Liberal Anti-Americanism in South Korea.” Commentary at a Conference entitled “Wars Unfinished: U.S. Military Bases in Okinawa and Korea,” in Providence, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University (September 26 – 27, 2005).
    •“The Evolution of Korean Foreign Labor Policy in Global Context: Toward the Politics of Societal (In) Security?” Paper presented at a Conference entitled “Korea and Global Migration,” in Los Angeles (December 10 – 12, 2004).
    •“The Discursive Construction of Development Identity: How Could Japan Challenge the Neoclassical Economic Orthodoxy?” Paper presented at Center for International Studies, USC (October 30, 2002). 3

    Discussion
    •Discussant, “Japanese Cultural Diplomacy – Its Quest for Soft Power,” by Akiko Fukushima (Japan Foundation), at a Conference entitled “Soft Power, Identity, and Public Diplomacy in East Asia,” Seoul, Korea (December 10 – 12, 2008).
    •Discussant, “Bilateral Agreements and Bilateralism: The Impact of FTA-Formation in the Asia-Pacific,” by Soo Yeon Kim (University of Maryland), East Asia Institute, Seoul, Korea (June 18, 2008).
    •Discussant, “Dilemma in Japan’s Foreign Aid Policy,” by Mayumi Komoda (Korea University), KU IR Forum, Seoul, Korea University (May 30, 2008).
    • Discussant, 2008 ISA Panel: North Korea, Japan, and Foreign Policy Analysis (4 Papers). ISA in San Francisco (March 26 – 29, 2008).
    • Discussant, “Korean-Japanese Relations and the East Asian Community,” by Jong Won Lee (Rikkyo University, Japan), International Conference on New Directions for Korean Foreign Policy and the East Asian Community, Co-Organized by Asiatic Research Center (Korea University) and Korea National Strategy Institute, Korea Press Center, Seoul, Korea (July 22, 2005).

    Conference/Workshop Organization
    • Chair, 2008 ISA Panel: North Korea, Japan, and Foreign Policy Analysis. ISA in San Francisco (March 26 – 29, 2008).
    • Workshop Organizer, The Emergence of the East Asian Community: Material and Ideational Influences. Watson 
      Institute for International Studies, Brown University (June 3, 2006).
    • Workshop Coordinator, Justice and Globalization. Center for International Studies, USC (April 21, 2001).
    • Conference Coordinator, Gender in International Relations: From Seeing Women and Recognizing Gender to
      Transforming Policy Research. Center for International Studies, USC (February 2 – 3, 2001).

    Research Experience
    •Research Assistant to Saori N. Katada, School of International Relations, USC (July – August, 2001).
    •CIS Research Assistantship (Research Assistant to J. Ann Tickner, School of International Relations, USC) (2000 – 2001).
    •CIS Research Assistantship (Research Assistant to Sunhyuk Kim, Department of Political Science, USC) (1999 – 2000).
    •CIS Research Assistantship (Research Assistant to Saori N. Katada, School of International Relations, USC) (1998 – 1999).
    •Research Assistant to Sunhyuk Kim, Department of Political Science, USC (June – July, 1998). 4

    Teaching Experiences
    Graduate Course
    •International Political Economy (KU)
    •Japanese Foreign Policy (KU)
    •International Political Economy and Korean Economic Policy (KU-GSPS)
    •World Politics and Korean Diplomacy (KU-GSPS)
    •Political Economy of East Asia (OU)

    Undergraduate Course
    •Japanese Foreign Policy (KU)
    •International Political Economy (KU)
    •Governments around the World (OU)
    •Politics of East Asia (OU)
    •International Political Economy of Asia-Pacific (Brown)
    •International Relations of East Asia (Brown; OU; KU)
    •Japanese Foreign Policy and International Relations (Brown)
    •Politics of International Trade Policy (USC)
    •Rich and Poor States in the World Economy (USC)

    Thesis Advice
    Master Thesis
    •Dong Jung, Kim (Reader, August 2008), Korea University
    •Hyung Joon, Park (Reader, August 2008), Korea University
    •Yeon Joo, Lee (Reader, August 2008), Korea University
    •Joo Hee, Lee (Reader, August 2008), Korea University
    •Jordon, Michael (Reader; December 2007), University of Oklahoma
    •Lin, Shawn Wen Hui (Primary Reader; May 2005), Brown University.

    Honors Thesis
    •Parulis-Cook, Sienna Freya. Great China and the Beijing Olympics: Identity, Image, and National Interest (Primary Reader: May 2006), Brown University.
    •Nagai, Amanda K. Selective Memory: Post-Asia-Pacific War Conservative Japanese Identity as the Barrier to Japan-Asia Reconciliation and Apology (Primary Reader: May 2005), Brown University.
    •Hayakawa, Keiko. New Identities, New Needs: A Theoretical Analysis of Sino-Russian Military Relations (Primary Reader: May 2005), Brown University.

    University Services

    Korea University
    •Member, Institute for Peace Studies (2008 – )

    University of Oklahoma
    •Middle East Politics Search Committee, Department of Political Science and School of International and Area Studies, OU (2007 – 2008).
    •Undergraduate Studies Committee, Department of Political Science, OU (2006 – 2008).
    •Adopt-A-Professor Program, OU (2006 – 2007).
    •Faculty Host (for Dr. Pride Chidgwedere from Harvard School of Public Health, AIDS Initiative), Symposium on African Foreign Policy, OU (September 15, 2006).
    •Faculty Host (for Director David Biette, the Director of the Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington D.C.), Symposium on U.S. and Canada Issues, OU (November 30, 2006).
    Brown University
    •Preparation Assistance, 2006 Jong Wook Lee and Vartan Gregorian Lecture Series (Professor Young Kwan Yoon, Seoul National University) entitled “The North Korean Problem: Competing Approaches and U.S.-South Korean Alliance,” February 24, 2006, Star Auditorium, 117 McMillan Hall, Brown University.
    Professional Services

    Membership
    •Member, American Political Science Association
    •Member, International Studies Association
    •Member, Association for Asian Studies
    •Member, Association of Korean Political Studies
    •Member, Korean Political Science Association
    •Member, Korean Association of International Studies

    Article Reviewer
    •Governance
    •Review of International Political Economy
    •Peace Studies (Korean)
    •Journal of Asiatic Studies (Korean)

    Other Experiences
    •Student Representative, Japanese Politics Search Committee, School of International Relations, USC 
     (January –  March, 2002).
    •President, Korean Association for Social Studies, USC (1999 – 2001).
    •Volunteer Teacher, High School Leadership Conference: “War Affected Children and the Human Security Agenda,” 
     The Teaching International Relations Program, USC (March 31, 2001).
    •Information Representative, School of International Relations Graduate Student Association, USC (2000 – 2001).
    •Rapporteur, “Korea in Three Transition: Market, Democracy, and Unification,” Pacific Council, USC
     (November 14, 2000).
    •Internship, International Division, Kim & Kim Law Offices, Seoul, Korea (1995 – 1996).
    •Internship, Division of Foreign News, The Korea Times, Seoul, Korea (1995).
    •Military Service, ROK Army.

    References
    Available upon Request

  • Publications

    Fist Book

    The Japanese Challenge to the American Neoliberal World Order:Identity, Meaning and Foreign Policy Stanford University Press 2008

     

  • Research

    Presentations/Workshops/Research Experiences

    Conference
    •“Social Context in East Asian Monetary Cooperation: Identity, Norms, and Trust.” Paper presented at ISA, in New York (February 15 – 18, 2009).
    •“Reformulation of Synthetic Approach to Foreign Policy Change: Japan as the Architect of New Asian Regional Financial Order.” Paper presented at ISA, in New York (February 15 – 18, 2009).
    •“Contesting Neoliberal Economic Order in East Asia: From the Chiang Mai Initiative to the Asian Monetary Fund.” Paper presented at ISA, in San Francisco (March 26 – 29, 2008).
    •“A Synthetic Approach toward Foreign Policy Change: Japan’s New Move toward Regional Financial Institution Building.” Paper presented at ISA, in San Francisco (March 26 – 29, 2008).
    •“Politics of Financial Liberalization: Neoliberal Korea and Still Developmentalist Japan?” (with Sun Young Kwak) Paper presented at APSA, in Chicago (August 30 – September 2, 2007).
    •“The Politics of Rationality and Regional Economic Order in East Asia: Development of Chiang Mai Initiative and Asian Bond Market.” Paper presented at ISA, in Chicago (February 28 – March 3, 2007).
    •“What Constitutes an East Asian Community? A Search for East Asian Identity.” Paper presented at ISA, in San Diego (March 22 – 26, 2006).
    •“New Asian Regionalism and the United States: Constructing Regional Identity and Interest in the Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion.” (with Sunhyuk Kim) Paper presented at ISA, in Montreal, Canada (March 17 – 20, 2004).
    •“National Interests and the Identity-Intention Framework: A Case of the U.S.-Japan Conflict in the Asian Financial Crisis.” Paper presented at ISA-West, in Las Vegas (October 10 – 11, 2003).
    •“Ideas, Interdependence, and the Politics of Development: Japan and the Asian Monetary Fund.” Paper presented at ISA, in Chicago (February 21 – 24, 2001).
    •“Unintended Consequence: American Reverse Course and the 1955 System in Japan.” Paper presented at ASPAC, in San Diego (June 4 – 9, 1999).
     
    Invited Talk
    •“Soft Power as Productive Power.” Paper presented at a Conference entitled “Soft Power, Identity, and Public Diplomacy in East Asia,” in Seoul, Korea (December 10 – 12, 2008).
    •“New Asian Regionalism and Contesting Neoliberal Economic Order in East Asia: From the Chiang Mai Initiative to the Asian Monetary Fund.” Paper presented at KU IR Forum, in Seoul, Korea University (April 18, 2008).
    •Commentary at a Conference entitled “The Korean-American Professors’ Workshop on Korean Territorial Issues,” in Los Angeles, Oxford Hotel (November 30 – December 2, 2007).
    •“Democracy and Liberal Anti-Americanism in South Korea.” Commentary at a Conference entitled “Wars Unfinished: U.S. Military Bases in Okinawa and Korea,” in Providence, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University (September 26 – 27, 2005).
    •“The Evolution of Korean Foreign Labor Policy in Global Context: Toward the Politics of Societal (In) Security?” Paper presented at a Conference entitled “Korea and Global Migration,” in Los Angeles (December 10 – 12, 2004).
    •“The Discursive Construction of Development Identity: How Could Japan Challenge the Neoclassical Economic Orthodoxy?” Paper presented at Center for International Studies, USC (October 30, 2002). 3
     
    Discussion
    •Discussant, “Japanese Cultural Diplomacy – Its Quest for Soft Power,” by Akiko Fukushima (Japan Foundation), at a Conference entitled “Soft Power, Identity, and Public Diplomacy in East Asia,” Seoul, Korea (December 10 – 12, 2008).
    •Discussant, “Bilateral Agreements and Bilateralism: The Impact of FTA-Formation in the Asia-Pacific,” by Soo Yeon Kim (University of Maryland), East Asia Institute, Seoul, Korea (June 18, 2008).
    •Discussant, “Dilemma in Japan’s Foreign Aid Policy,” by Mayumi Komoda (Korea University), KU IR Forum, Seoul, Korea University (May 30, 2008).
    • Discussant, 2008 ISA Panel: North Korea, Japan, and Foreign Policy Analysis (4 Papers). ISA in San Francisco (March 26 – 29, 2008).
    • Discussant, “Korean-Japanese Relations and the East Asian Community,” by Jong Won Lee (Rikkyo University, Japan), International Conference on New Directions for Korean Foreign Policy and the East Asian Community, Co-Organized by Asiatic Research Center (Korea University) and Korea National Strategy Institute, Korea Press Center, Seoul, Korea (July 22, 2005).
     
    Conference/Workshop Organization
    • Chair, 2008 ISA Panel: North Korea, Japan, and Foreign Policy Analysis. ISA in San Francisco (March 26 – 29, 2008).
    • Workshop Organizer, The Emergence of the East Asian Community: Material and Ideational Influences. Watson 
      Institute for International Studies, Brown University (June 3, 2006).
    • Workshop Coordinator, Justice and Globalization. Center for International Studies, USC (April 21, 2001).
    • Conference Coordinator, Gender in International Relations: From Seeing Women and Recognizing Gender to 
      Transforming Policy Research. Center for International Studies, USC (February 2 – 3, 2001).
     
    Research Experience
    •Research Assistant to Saori N. Katada, School of International Relations, USC (July – August, 2001).
    •CIS Research Assistantship (Research Assistant to J. Ann Tickner, School of International Relations, USC) (2000 – 2001).
    •CIS Research Assistantship (Research Assistant to Sunhyuk Kim, Department of Political Science, USC) (1999 – 2000).
    •CIS Research Assistantship (Research Assistant to Saori N. Katada, School of International Relations, USC) (1998 – 1999).
    •Research Assistant to Sunhyuk Kim, Department of Political Science, USC (June – July, 1998). 4

     

  • Teaching

    Graduate Course
    •International Political Economy (KU)
    •Japanese Foreign Policy (KU)
    •International Political Economy and Korean Economic Policy (KU-GSPS)
    •World Politics and Korean Diplomacy (KU-GSPS)
    •Political Economy of East Asia (OU)
     
    Undergraduate Course
    •Japanese Foreign Policy (KU)
    •International Political Economy (KU)
    •Governments around the World (OU)
    •Politics of East Asia (OU)
    •International Political Economy of Asia-Pacific (Brown)
    •International Relations of East Asia (Brown; OU; KU)
    •Japanese Foreign Policy and International Relations (Brown)
    •Politics of International Trade Policy (USC)
    •Rich and Poor States in the World Economy (USC)
     
    Thesis Advice
    Master Thesis
    •Dong Jung, Kim (Reader, August 2008), Korea University
    •Hyung Joon, Park (Reader, August 2008), Korea University
    •Yeon Joo, Lee (Reader, August 2008), Korea University
    •Joo Hee, Lee (Reader, August 2008), Korea University
    •Jordon, Michael (Reader; December 2007), University of Oklahoma
    •Lin, Shawn Wen Hui (Primary Reader; May 2005), Brown University.
     
    Honors Thesis
    •Parulis-Cook, Sienna Freya. Great China and the Beijing Olympics: Identity, Image, and National Interest (Primary Reader: May 2006), Brown University.
    •Nagai, Amanda K. Selective Memory: Post-Asia-Pacific War Conservative Japanese Identity as the Barrier to Japan-Asia Reconciliation and Apology (Primary Reader: May 2005), Brown University.
    •Hayakawa, Keiko. New Identities, New Needs: A Theoretical Analysis of Sino-Russian Military Relations (Primary Reader: May 2005), Brown University.
     
     
    University Services
     
    Korea University
    •Member, Institute for Peace Studies (2008 – )
     
    University of Oklahoma
    •Middle East Politics Search Committee, Department of Political Science and School of International and Area Studies, OU (2007 – 2008).
    •Undergraduate Studies Committee, Department of Political Science, OU (2006 – 2008).
    •Adopt-A-Professor Program, OU (2006 – 2007).
    •Faculty Host (for Dr. Pride Chidgwedere from Harvard School of Public Health, AIDS Initiative), Symposium on African Foreign Policy, OU (September 15, 2006).
    •Faculty Host (for Director David Biette, the Director of the Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington D.C.), Symposium on U.S. and Canada Issues, OU (November 30, 2006).
    Brown University
    •Preparation Assistance, 2006 Jong Wook Lee and Vartan Gregorian Lecture Series (Professor Young Kwan Yoon, Seoul National University) entitled “The North Korean Problem: Competing Approaches and U.S.-South Korean Alliance,” February 24, 2006, Star Auditorium, 117 McMillan Hall, Brown University.
    Professional Services
     
    Membership
    •Member, American Political Science Association
    •Member, International Studies Association
    •Member, Association for Asian Studies
    •Member, Association of Korean Political Studies
    •Member, Korean Political Science Association
    •Member, Korean Association of International Studies
  • lab members

    준비 중입니다.