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Recent Northeast Asia Fellows

JJ Suh

 

2010

 

Dr. Michael J. Sutton , Research Fellow, WTO Research Center, Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo
"The Political Economy of New Conservatism in Asia: Aging, Low Fertility and Regional Relations"
SEMINAR: Low Fertility in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan
PUBLICATION: The Wrong Numbers: The Perils of Ignoring Demography in East Asia

 

2009

 

Dr. Kuniko Ashizawa , Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Oxford Brookes University
"United States, Japan, and the Trilateral Dialogue: Extended Bilateralism or a New Minilateral Option?"
SEMINAR: Japan's Emerging Trilateralism? Australia-Japan-US Security Cooperation and the US-Japan Alliance
PUBLICATION: Japan's Approach to Building Peace: A Critical Appraisal and the Way Forward

 

Dr. H.J. Yoo , Research Associate, Georgetown University
"Confronting Dormant and Active Threats: South Korea's Strategy Toward China and Its Implications for the United States"
SEMINAR: South Korea's Perceptions of China: Implications for the U.S.-ROK Alliance
PUBLICATION: Is a Strategic Alignment Possible for South Korea and China?

 

2008

 

Dr. Soo Yeon Kim , Assistant Professor of Government and Politics, University of Maryland
“Wither Multilateralism? International Trade in East Asia after the Cold War”

 

2007

 

Dr. J.J. Suh, Assistant Professor, Department of Government, Cornell University
"How Japan and China Have Used History as a Medium of Communication" 
SEMINAR: Seoul Shift: What to Expect from South Korea's New President
PUBLICATION: Lee Myung-Bak’s Continuities and Challenges

 

2006

 

Dr. Andrew Oros, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Studies, Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland
“The New Politics of Antimilitarism: Explaining Japan’s Evolving Security Policies”
SEMINAR: Normalizing Japan: Politics, Identity, and the Evolution of Security Practice
PUBLICATION: Normalizing Japan: Politics, Identity, and the Evolution of Security Practice

 

Institutional affiliations were accurate as of the time of residency but may be outdated.

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