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Lee, Jung-Hoon (이정훈)
Director, Institute of Modern Korean Studies
Associate Professor of International Relations
D.Phil, University of Oxford, 1992 (Modern Diplomatic History)

82-2-2123-4086 · Room : 611

Professor Lee received his education from Tufts University and the University of Oxford. He has lectured throughout the United States and Japan and remains an advisor to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Security Council. He is active in the Korean community, serving as a member of numerous associations and committees related to international security, academic exchange, and political organization. His expertise lies in North Korean nuclear history, U.S. foreign policy, South Korean politics, and East Asian security relations. He is currently serving as the Dean of the Division of International Education and Exchange at Yonsei.
  • D.Phil, University of Oxford, 1992 (Modern Diplomatic History)
  • MALD, The Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, 1986 (International Security Studies, Diplomatic History of the United States, Diplomatic History of East Asia)
  • BA, Tufts University, 1984 ( International Relations & History)
Research and Academic Employment
  • Current position
  • Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University : Associate Dean / Associate Professor of International Relations
  • 2003.3.1. ~ present
  • College of International Relations, Wenzao University, Taiwan : Member, Board of Overseers
  • 2000.9. ~ 2002.8
  • Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C. : Visiting Scholar
  • 1999.3.1 ~ present
  • Division of International Education & Exchange, Yonsei University : Member, Steering Committee
  • 1999.3.1 ~ 01.2.28
  • Yonsei University : Member, Media & Broadcasting Committee
  • 1999.3.1 ~ 01.2.28
  • Yonsei University : Member, Editorial Board, Yonsei Chunchu (The Office of University Publications)
  • 1999.3.1 ~ 01.2.28
  • Yonsei University : Faculty Editor, Yonsei Annals (University’s monthly journal in English)
  • 1998.3.1.~ present
  • Institute of East and West Studies, Yonsei University : Director, Center for European Studies
  • 1998.3.1.~ present
  • Institute for Modern Korean Studies, GSIS : Senior Research Fellow
  • 1997.3.1.~ present
  • Center for International Studies, GSIS : Director, Program for Foreign Policy & International Security, Director, Global Leadership Forum
  • 1993.8.1.~12.20
  • University of California, Berkeley, Dept. of International & Area Studies
  • 1992~1993
  • University of Tokyo (Komaba), Japan-Korea Cultural Foundation Research Fellow
  • 1986.9.1.~12.20.
  • Dept. of Political Science, Boston University : Teaching Fellow
Professional Services
  • 2003.2.1. ~ present
  • Committee on North Korean Nuclear Problem, National Assembly
  • Advisor
  • 2003.2.1. ~ present
  • Huneed Technologies, Korea
  • Outside Director
  • 2002.9.1. ~ present
  • Cushing Academy, USA
  • Member, Board of Trustee / Chair, Capital Campaign in Asia
  • 2002.6.1. ~ 12.31
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Advisor
  • 2002.1.1. ~ 12.31
  • National Security Council, Presidential Palace
  • Advisor
  • 2002.1.1. ~ present
  • Asia Europe Journal, Singapore
  • Editorial Board Member
  • 2001.3.1. ~ present
  • In Focus Program, Arirang TV
  • Host
  • 2001.1.1~12.31.
  • The Korea Association of International Studies
  • Chair, Committee for International Organization
  • 2001.1.1. ~02.1.30
  • The Korean Council of Area Studies
  • Director, International Cooperation Committee
  • 2000.1.1. ~ 12.31.
  • The Korean Council of Area Studies
  • Member, Research Committee
  • 2000.1.1. ~ 12.31.
  • Korea Association of International Studies
  • Member, Special Committee for International Cooperation; Committee for Comparative Politics & Regional Studies; Committee for Diplomatic History; and Committee for International Organization / Peace, Human Rights & Environment
  • 2000.1.1. ~ 12.31.
  • The Korean Society of Contemporary European Studies
  • Executive Director, Committee for International Cooperation; Vice-Chairman, Committee for International Academic Exchange & Conference
  • 1999.6.18. ~ 2001.1.
  • Hanil Investment Trust Management Co., Ltd.
  • Outside Director
  • 1999.2.1 ~ 2000.10.
  • The ROK Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Advisory Member, ASEM Conference, Foreign Policy Section
  • 1999.1.1 ~ 12.31.
  • Korea Political Science Association
  • Member, International Cooperation Committee
  • 1999.1.1 ~12.31.
  • Korea Association of International Relations
  • Member, Public Relations Committee & International Cooperation Committee
  • 1998.9.1.~present
  • ASEM Research Forum in Korea
  • Founder and Vice-Chairman
  • 1997.1.1.~present
  • Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific,
  • Korea Member Committee (CSCAP-Korea)
  • Member, Steering Committee; Secretary-General (97.1.1~98.2.28);
  • Director of Publication (98.3.1~present);
  • Editor, CSCAP-Korea Newsletter (97.9.1~present)
  • 1996.1.1.~1996.12.
  • International Political Science Association
  • Local Organization Committee
  • Member, Public Relations Committee
  • 1995.1.1.~1996.12.
  • Korea Political Science Association
  • Member, Public Relations Committee
  • 1982.6.1.~8.1.
  • Kim & Chang International Law Firm
  • Summer Associate
Courses and Current Research Area
  • Foreign Policy, International Security, and Diplomatic History, with special reference to East Asia and the US
  • U.S. Foreign Policy
  • North Korean Nuclear Issue
  • South Korean Domestic and Foreign Policy
  • Global Trends in International Relations
  • International Relations Theories in East Asia
  • Security Relations in East Asia
  • Modern Korean-Japanese Relations
  • US-South Korea Alliance
  • Europe-Asia Relation
Academic Publications

  • Comprehensive Security: Conceptions and Realities in Asia, edited with Dalchoong Kim (Seoul: Yonsei University Press, 2000).

  • Global Economic Review ("ASEM at Crossroads"), Special Editor, Vol. 29, No.1 (Seoul: The Institute of East and West Studies, 2000)

  • Responses to Changes: Some Key Issues for the Future of Korea, edited with Roy Wilkinson and Josephine Maltby (Sheffield, UK: Sheffield University Manage-ment School Press, 2000).

  • Korean-Japanese Relations: The Politics of Diplomatic Normalization (London: Palgrave/Macmillan Press, forthcoming)

  • Articles / Book Chapters

  • with Chung-In Moon, “The North Korean Nuclear Crisis Revisited: The Case for a Negotiated Settlement,” Security Dialogue, Vol. 34, No. 2 (London: Sage Publications, June 2003)

  • with Sunwon Park, “2002 Presidential Race in South Korea: Domestic Politics in Perspective,” Asian Affairs, No. 18 (Hong Kong: Oriental International Strategies, 2002)

  • with Chung-In Moon, “Responding to Japan’s Asia Policy: The Korean Calculus” in Takashi Inoguchi, ed., Japan’s Asia Policy: Revival and Response (NY and UK: Palgrave MacMillan, 2002)

  • with Jin Park, “The Role of Regional Identity in Asia-Europe Relations with Special Reference to ASEM,” Global Economic Review, Vol. 30, No. 3 (Seoul: The Institute of East and West Studies, Yonsei University, 2001): pp.19-33.

  • with Chung-In Moon, “Atae jilso ui pyonhwa wa chaejomyong: Sin Asiaron ul chungsim uro” [Asian Order from the Perspective of Peace and New Asianism] in Dalchoong Kim, Chung-in Moon, and Seok-soo Lee, eds., Saech’onnyon hanbando pyonghwa kuch’uk kwa sinkukje jilsoron (Seoul: Oruem Publishing House, 2000).

  • “Multilateralism vs. Bilateralism: Security Options for East Asia,” in Roy Wilkinson, Josephine Maltby and Jung-Hoon Lee, ed., Responses to Change: Some Key Issues for the Future of Korea (Sheffield: Sheffield University Management School, 2000)

  • with Il Hyun Cho, “The North Korean Missiles: A Military Threat or a Survival Kit?,” The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, Vol. XII, No. 1 (Seoul: The Korea Institute for Defense Analyses, Summer 2000)

  • “Chamjaejok anbo uihyup kwa kangdaeguk ui taeung cholryak” in Chung-in Moon, Chung Min Lee and Byungchul Kang, ed., Tongbukah Chunryuk kujo wa hankuk ui uju hangkongryuk (Seoul: Orum, 2000)

  • “Potential Threats and Policy Responses of the Major Powers” in Natalie W. Crawford and Chung-in Moon, ed., Emerging Threats, Force Structures, and the Role of Air Power (Santa Monica, CA: RAND, 2000)

  • with Chung-in Moon, “Responding to Japan’s Asia Policy: The Korean Calculus” in Takashi Inoguchi, ed., Japan’s Asia Policy Resuscitated (2000, forthcoming)

  • “Negotiating a Peace Agreement: The Case of Bosnia,” Chonryak Yeongu [Strategic Studies], (Seoul: Korean Research Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000 forthcoming)

  • “The United States and the Security Nexus in Northeast Asia, with Special Reference to the Korean Peninsula,” Journal of American Studies, Vol. 31, No. 2 (Seoul: The American Studies Association of Korea, Winter 1999)

  • "From de jure to de facto: The Armistice Treaty and Redefining the Role of the United Nations in the Korean Conflict", International Studies Review. No. 2,Vol. 2, (The Institute for International Trade and Cooperation, Ewha Women's University, 1998)

  • “Mi-Il pangwi hyupryuk chich’im kua Tongbuka ui saeroun anbo jilsoh” [US-Japan Defense Guideline and the New Security Order in East Asia], Chonryak Yeongu [Strategic Studies]. Vol. V, No. 2, (Seoul: Korean Research Institute for Strategic Studies, 1998)

  • "Globalization, Nationalism, and Security Options for South Korea" in Chung-in Moon and Jongryn Mo, eds., Democratization and Globalization in South Korea: Assessment and Prospects (Seoul: Yonsei University Press, 1998).

  • “Hanguk ui anbo oegyo” [South Korea’s Security and Foreign Policy] in Dal-choong Kim, ed, Hanguk ui oegyo chongch’aek [South Korean Foreign Policy] (Seoul: Oruem Press, 1998).

  • "Security Outlook for South Korea" in Charles E. Morrison, ed., Asia Pacific Security Outlook 1998 (Honolulu, HI: East-West Center, 1998).

  • "Origins of East Asian Nationalism and its Contemporary Implications" in Dalchoong Kim and Chung in Moon, eds., Korea, Japan, and the United States: Reconstructing History, Cognition, and Peace in East Asia (Seoul, Yonsei University Press, 1997).

  • with Intaek Hyun, Woosang Kim, and Chung-In Moon, "Redefining National Priority and Intelligence in South Korea" in Jin Hyun Kim and Chung-In Moon, eds., Post Cold War, Democratization, and National Intelligence: A Comparative Perspective (Seoul: Yonsei University, 1996).

  • "Poijiannun chongbu: CIA nun naengjeon sidaeui Yumul? [Invisible Govern- ment: Is CIA a Relic of the Cold War?]" in Shindong-a, (Seoul, Donga-Ilbosa, Special Edition, January 1996).

  • with Chung-in Moon, Unraveling the Next East Asian Regional System: Historical Memory, Finite Deterrence, and Regional Cooperation, Pacific Focus, Vol. X, No. 3 (Inchon: Center for International Studies, Inha University, Fall 1995).

  • "Japan Must Learn How to Say Sorry," Diplomacy, Vol. XVII, No. 1 (Seoul: 25 January 1992).

  • "Japan's Search for a Regional Role," The Oxford International Review, Vol.II, No.3 (Oxford: The Oxonian Rewly Press, Summer Issue 1991).

  • "Korean-Japanese Relations: The Past, Present, and Future," Korea Observer, Vol. XXI, No. 2 (Seoul: The Institute of Korean Studies, Summer 1990).

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