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Liberal Peace on the Korean Peninsula? Liberal Peace on the Korean Peninsula?
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Dr. Hyo Joon Chang will explore the nexus between economic cooperation and security on the Korean Peninsula with a focus on the Kaesong Industrial Complex. He will examine theoretical frameworks that link inter-Korean economic ties to security and discuss what we have learned from the inter-Korean economic project in Kaesong that has been shut down since February 2016. 

Dr. Hyo Joon Chang is a POSCO Visiting Fellow at the East-West Center and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at California State University Dominguez Hills. He holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Maryland College Park. He was a non-resident Korea Foundation Fellow at Pacific Forum. His areas of expertise include international human rights, trade and conflict, and security issues in Northeast Asia. His latest publication is “Economic Interdependence and Conflict,” coauthored with Scott Kastner and published in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. 

Dr. Hyo Joon Chang will explore the nexus between economic cooperation and security on the Korean Peninsula with a focus on the Kaesong Industrial Complex. He will examine theoretical frameworks that link inter-Korean economic ties to security and discuss what we have learned from the inter-Korean economic project in Kaesong that has been shut down since February 2016. 

Dr. Hyo Joon Chang is a POSCO Visiting Fellow at the East-West Center and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at California State University Dominguez Hills. He holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Maryland College Park. He was a non-resident Korea Foundation Fellow at Pacific Forum. His areas of expertise include international human rights, trade and conflict, and security issues in Northeast Asia. His latest publication is “Economic Interdependence and Conflict,” coauthored with Scott Kastner and published in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics.