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Lee, Chung Min (이정민)

Professor of International Relations
MALD and Ph.D., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University (1988), BA in political science, Yonsei University (1982), International security, Asian security, crisis management, and intelligence

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Professor Lee joined Yonsei GSIS in 1998 after a decade at leading think tanks in Korea, the United States, and Japan. In addition to his full-time position at Yonsei University, Professor Lee is also a non-resident Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and a council member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) based in London. In addition to his academic background, Professor Lee has also served as Ambassador for National Security Affairs (2013-2016) and Ambassador for International Security Affairs (2010-2011). His core research areas include international and Asian security, Asia’s political history, defense and national security planning, and intelligence and net assessment. He is also beginning to look actively into the impact of artificial intelligence (AI), drones, and robotic warfare on global and regional security. Professor Lee is the author of Fault Lines in a Rising Asia (Washington, D.C.: The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2016) and is currently working on crisis management case studies and the fall and rise of Asia as his next book projects. Professor Lee has lived in ten countries since the age of four including Korea, the United States, Uganda, Indonesia, Japan, France, Brazaville Congo, Mexico, Singapore and Germany. His hobbies are reading biographies, bicycling and watching movies.
  • MALD and Ph.D., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University (1988),BA in political science, Yonsei University (1982),International security, Asian security, crisis management, and intelligence
  • B.A. candidate in political science, University of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y.
  • B.A. in Political Science, Department of Political Science and Diplomacy, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
Research and Academic Employment
  • (Academic Activities)
  • Professor of International Relations, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea (March 1998 – Present)
  • Non-Resident Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, D.C.(April 2015 – Present)
  • Council member, International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) (Nov. 2015 – Present)
  • Adjunct Senior Fellow for Asian Security, International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) (Sep. 2010 – June 2014)
  • Dean, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (Aug. 2008 – Aug. 2012)
  • Dean, Underwood International College, Yonsei University (Aug. 2010 – March 2012)
  • Director of the Division of International Education and Exchange, Yonsei University(Sep. 2000 – August 2004)
  • Co-Director, Air Power Program, Center for International Studies, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (March 1998 – Aug. 2004)
  • Associate Dean for External Cooperation, Yonsei University(Nov. 1998 – Sep. 2000)
  • Visiting Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy,National University of Singapore, Singapore(Sep.2005 – Aug. 2007)
  • Visiting Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Tokyo, Japan(Aug. 2004 – Aug. 2005 )
  • Policy Analyst, International Studies Group, RAND, Santa Monica, California, U.S.A.(Oct. 1995 – Feb. 1998)
  • Visiting Research Fellow, National Institute for Defense Studies,Self Defense Agency, Tokyo, Japan(Sep. 1994 – Sep. 1995 )
  • Research Fellow, The Sejong Institute, Seoul, Korea(Aug. 1989 – Aug. 1994)
  • Visiting Research Fellow, Institute of East and West Studies, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea(July 1988 – July 1994)
  • Research Fellow, the Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis,Cambridge, M.A.(May 1985 – May 1988)
Professional Services
  • Ambassador for National Security Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs(June 2013 – Jan. 2016)
  • Ambassador for International Security Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs(Jan. 2010 – Jan. 2011)
  • Member, Member, Presidential Commission on Future & Vision(May 2008 – Feb. 2013
  • Member, President’s Foreign Policy Advisory Council(Sep. 2008 – Sep. 2011)
  • Member of the Policy Advisory Committee, the ROK National Emergency Planning Committee(June. 2004 – Oct. 2007 )
  • Member, Advisory Council, National Security Council Secretariat(Aug. 1999 – Aug 2001)
  • Member of the Policy Advisory Committee, the ROK Air Force(2001 – Present)
  • Special Assistant to the Chairman of the Asia Europe Vision Group(May 1998 – May 1999)
  • Member of the Advisory Committee, ROK Joint Chiefs of Staff(June 1993 – June 1994)
  • Program Director, The Seoul Forum for International Affairs(2012 – Present)
  • Member of the IISS(1996 – Present)
  • Secretary General of CSCAP (Council on Security and Cooperation in Asia Pacific) Korea National Committee(1998 – 2004)
Courses and Current Research Area
  • Introduction to International Relations,Global Security,Crisis Management,Intelligence and National Security,The Rise of Asia and the Rest of the World,Machiavelli in the 21st Century
Academic Publications
Fault Lines in a Rising Asia (Washington, D.C: The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, forthcoming April 2016)

Co-edited with T.J. Pempel, Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia: Architecture and Beyond (New York: Routledge, 2012)

Co-author with Graham Allison, Herve de Carmoy and Therese Delpeche,  Nuclear  Proliferation:  Risk  and  Responsibility, (Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution Press, October 2006)

Co-authored   with   Jonathan   D.   Pollack,   Preparing   for   Korean Unification: Scenarios and Implications (Santa Monica, CA: RAND, 1999)

Ashley Tellis, Chung Min Lee, Michael Swaine, and Courtney Purrington, Changing Strategic Trends and Sources of Conflict in Asia, (Santa Monica, CA: RAND, DRP-1499-AF, October 1997)

Multilateral Security in the Asia-Pacific: Issues and Prospects in a New Era, [Korean] (Seoul: Sejong Institute, 1993)

Unification of Germany and Implications for the Korean Peninsula, [Korean] (Seoul: Sejong Institute, 1990)

National  Naval  Strategy  and  Regional  Stability,  [Korean]  (Seoul: Sejong Institute, 1992)

The Emerging Strategic Balance in Northeast Asia (Seoul: Research Center for Peaceful Unification, 1989)

“Challenges to South Korean Power in the Early 21st Century,”  Ashley Tellis, Alison Szalwinski and Michael Wills, eds., Strategic  Asia 2015-16: Foundations of National Power in the Asia-Pacific (Washington D.C.: The National Bureau of Asia Research, 2015)

“The U.S.-Japan Summit: A South Korean Perspective”, The Asan Forum An Online Journal, (15 May 2015)

“Recalibrating the Rebalance: A View from South Korea”, The Asan Forum An Online Journal, (9 April 2015)

“Circling the Square: History and Alliance Management”, The Asan Forum An Online Journal, (25 March, 2014)

“The U.S. U.S. Intelligence Community and Korean Assessments Since the Korean war”, RINSA Security Studies Review, (December 2013)

“South Korea’s Strategic Thinking on North Korea and Beyond” The Asan Forum An Online Journal, (7 October 2013)

“The Park Geun-hye Administration’s Foreign and Security Policy Challenges,” Center for Strategic & International Studies, Korea Chair Platform, (1 May 2013)

“The Real Lesson from North Korea’s Ongoing Threats,” PacNet, No. 24, (April 11 2013)

“Asia’s Syria Shame,” The Diplomat, (March 17 2012)

“The Perils of a Monotone Asia,” PacNet, No. 69, (December 15 2011)

“Coping with Giants: South Korea’s Responses to China’s and India’s Rise,” in Asia Responds to its Rising Powers: China and India, Ashley J. Tellis, Travis Tanner, and Jessica Keough, eds., (Washington, D.C.: National Bureau of Asia Research, 2011)

“The Emperor’s Famine,” Asia Policy, no. 5, (January 2008).

“Nuclear  Sisyphus:   the  Myth   of  Denuclearizing  North   Korea,” Australian Journal of International Affairs,  vol. 61, no. 1, (March 2007)

“North Korean Nuclear Conundrum,” YaleGlobal, (29 June 2006)
“China’s Rise, Asia’s Dilemma,” The National Interest, no. 81, (Fall 2005)

“The  North  Korean  Missile  Threat  and  Missile  Defense  in  the Context Of South Korea’s Changing National Security Debate,” Comparative Strategy, vol. 24, no. 1 (2005)
“In Search of Strategy: South Korea’s Struggle for a New Security Paradigm,” Disarmament Forum, no. 2, (February 2005)

“Rethinking  Future  Paths  on  the  Korean  Peninsula,”  The  Pacific Review, vol. 17, no. 2, (June 2004)

“Domestic Politics and Changing Contours of the ROK-U.S. Alliance: The End of the Status Quo,” in Michael H. Armacost and Daniel I. Okimoto, eds., The Future of America’s Alliances in Northeast Asia, (Palo Alto, CA.: Stanford University Press, July 2004)

“Revamping the Korean-American Alliance: New Political Forces, Paradigms, and Roles and Missions,” in David Steinberg, ed., Korean Attitudes    Toward    the    United    States:    Changing    Dynamics, (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, December 2004)

“Reassessing    the    ROK-U.S.    Alliance,”    Australian    Journal    of International Affairs, vol. 57, no. 2 (Summer 2003)

“East Asia’s Awakening from Strategic Hibernation and the Role of Air Power,” The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, vol. 15, no.1, (Spring 2003)

“North Korean Missiles: Strategic Implications and Policy Responses,” The Pacific Review, vol. 14, no. 1 (2001)

“Security Issues in Europe: An Asian Perspective,” Global Economic Review, vol. 20, no. 1 (2000)

“The Foreign and  Security  Perspectives of South Korea: Between Independence and  Strategic Realities,” (Santa Monica, CA: RAND, October 1996)

“Inter-Korean Military Dynamics: A Reassessment,” Korea Focus, vol. 4, no.5, (September/October 1996)

“The   North   Korean   Nuclear   Issue   and   the   Korean-American Alliance,” The RINU Monthly, no.6 (September 1995)

“Multipolar  East  Asia  and  Implications  for  Regional  and  Korean Security,” Politique Estrangere, no. 3, (Autumn 1995)

“U.S.-Korean Relations and Non-Proliferation,” The RINU Monthly, no. 6, (September 1994)

“What Security Regime in North-East Asia?” Adelphi Paper 276, Part II (London: IISS, 1992)

“The   Future   of   Arms   Control   in   the   Korean   Peninsula”   The Washington Quarterly, , vol. 14, no. 3 (Summer 1991)

“Sino-South Korean T ies in the Late 1980s: With a Special Emphasis on Systemic Constraints,” The Journal of East and West Studies, vol. 18, no. 1 (March 1989)

“Neighbors, Friends, and Allies: From the Outside Looking In,” in Chung-in Moon and David I. Steinberg, eds., Kim Dae-Jung Government and Sunshine Policy: Promises and Challenges (Seoul: Asian Studies Program, Georgetown University and Yonsei University Press, 1999)

“The Security Environment in Northeast Asia,” in Desmond Ball, ed., Maintaining the Strategic Edge, (Canberra, Australia: Australia National University Press, 1999)

“Scientific-Technological Development and Global Peace,” Tai-joon Kwon and Dong-Sung Kim, eds., World Order and Peace in the New Millennium, (Seoul: Korean National Commission for UNESCO, 2002)

“Beyond  the  Cold  War:  Assessing  Kim  Dae  Jung  Government ’s Strategies  for  Multilateral  Cooperation,”  in  Chung-in  Moon,  Odd Arne Westad,  Gyoo-hyoung  Kahng,  eds.,  Ending  the Cold  War  in Korea, (Seoul, Korea: Yonsei University Press, 2001)

“Unconventional Security in Asia,” in Dalchoong Kim and Jung-Hoon Lee, eds., Comprehensive Security: Conceptions and Realities in Asia, (Seoul, Korea: Yonsei University Press, 2000)

“Coping with the North Korean Military Threat: Implications for Northeast Asia and Korea,” in Natalie Crawford and Chung-in Moon, eds., Emerging Threats, Force Structures and the Role of Air Power in Korea, (Santa Monica, CA: RAND, 2000)

“Contemplating Korea’s Strategic Choices,” in Chung-in Moon and Chung  Min  Lee,  eds.,  Air  Power  Dynamics  and  Korean  Security (Seoul: Yonsei University Press, 1999)

“U.S. Security Policy in Northeast Asia and the Korean Peninsula,” in Choon Kun Lee and Chung Min Lee, eds., Strategic Trends in Northeast Asia at Century’s End (Seoul: The Sejong Institute, 1994)

“Asian Security into the 21st  Century: Shifting Threat Perceptions, National Strategies and Maritime Implications,” in Choon Kun Lee, ed., (Seoul: The Sejong Institute, 1994) Sea power and Korea in the 21st  Century

“Changes in U.S.-Korean Relations: The Security Dimension,” in Yu- Nam Kim and Hoyt H. Purvis eds., Seoul and Washington: New Governments,  New  Leaders,  New  Objectives  (Seoul:  Seoul  Press, 1993)

“National Security Choices for Korea in the 1990s.” in Democracy in Korea: The Roh Tae Woo Years, (New York: The Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, 1992)

“Military Balance on the Korean Peninsula and Prospects for Arms Control,” in Gottfried-Karl Kindermann and Dalchoong Kim, eds., Consequences of German Unification and Implications for a Divided Korea, (Seoul: Seoul Press, 1992)

“Reflections on Asian-Pacific Security in the Post-Cold War Era,” in Il Yung Chung, ed., The Asian Pacific Community in the Year 2000: Challenges and Prospects (Seoul: The Sejong Institute, 1991)

“Strategic Change in Northeast Asia and Implications for Korean Security,” in A New Order, Political Change, and Peace, (Seoul: The Seoul Olympic Organizing Committee First Anniversary Conference Committee, 1989)

“Holding the ‘Hollingsworth Line’: Conventional Deterrence and Defense in the Korean Peninsula,” in Harold Hinton, et. al., The U.S.- Korean  Security  Relationship:  Prospects  and  Challenges  for  the 1990s (New York: Pergamon-Brassey’s for the Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, 1988)

“Assessing Current and Emerging Domestic Security Dynamics in South Korea,” Prepared for delivery at a workshop on “Terrorism and Internal Security in China, India, and Korea” co-organized by the Keck Center for International and Strategic Studies, Claremont McKenna College and the Center for Chinese Studies at the University Services Center, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, May 14, 2013

“Northeast Asian Security Futures: Dilemmas and Choices,” Global Forces 2006, (Australia Strategic Policy Institute, December 2006)

Paper presenter, 20th Asia Pacific Roundtable, 29 May – 1 June 2006, Kuala Lumpur. “The Future of the Six Party Talks: Deadlock or Deadend?”

Global Forces 2006, Proceedings of the ASPI Conference, “Northeast Asian Security Futures: Dilemmas and Choices.”

“South Korean and Japanese Perspectives on the Role of China in the Context of Northeast Asian Energy and  Security,” conference paper presented at a meeting sponsored by the Eurasia Group entitled “Energy and Security in North Asia II: Policy Implications for Japan and South Korea,” Washington, D.C., June 3, 2005.

“Air Power and East Asia: Awakening from Strategic Hibernation,” paper presented at the NIDS International Symposium on Security Affairs on “Essence of Military Power: At the Dawn of the 21st Century,” January 15-16, 2002, Tokyo, Japan.

“North Korean Missiles and Strategic Implications,” paper presented at the Jane’s Missile Proliferation Conference 2001, November 12-13, 2001, Edinburgh, Scotland.

“Reconfiguring East Asia’s Strategic Architecture: The Road Toward a Pacific Alliance,” paper presented at a conference on “The United States-Australia  Alliance  in  an  East  Asian  Context ”  held  by  the University of Sydney, June 29-30, 2001, Sydney, Australia.

“Prospects for Peace and Stability in Northeast Asia: A Korean Perspective,” paper presented at The U.S.-P.R.C.-R.O.K. Trilateral Workshop on Peace and Security on the Korean Peninsula, co- sponsored by the National Defense University and the Asia Foundation, April 6, 2001, Seoul, Korea.

“Long-Term Strategic Requirements and C4I: Drivers and Paths for the ROK Military,” paper presented at the Third International Air Power Conference on “Future Conflicts, Battle Management, and C4I: Implications and Requirements for the ROK Military,” co- sponsored by the Center for International Studies, Yonsei University, and Project Air Force, RAND, August 31-September 1, 2000, Seoul Korea.

“Beyond the Cold War: Assessing the Kim Dae Jung Government ’s Strategies for Multilateral Cooperation,” paper presented at an international conference on “The Korean Summit and the Dismantling of the Cold War Structure” sponsored by the Institute for Unification Studies, Yonsei University, August24-25, 2000, Seoul, Korea.

“Information Warfare in East Asia: Concepts, Debates, and Strategies,” paper presented for the XVIIIth World Congress of the International  Political  Science  Association  (IPSA),  based  on  the theme   “Capitalism,   Governance   and   Community:   Toward   a Corporate Millennium?” August 1-5, 2000, Quebec City, Canada.

“Potential Crises and Threats on the Korean Peninsula,” paper presented for the Trilateral  Workshop on  North Korea Policy co- sponsored by The Elliot School, George Washington University, Keio University, and Yonsei University, March 3-4, 2000.

“Future  Conflicts  and  Crisis  Scenarios  on  the  Korean  Peninsula,” paper presented at Nanyang University, Singapore, January 2000.

“Korea’s Strategic Posture Going into the 21st  Century,” paper presented at the International Symposium on “The Changing East Asian Security Environment in the 21st Century and Korea’s Strategic Responses,” sponsored by the Korea Research Institute for Strategy, November 19, 1999, Seoul, Korea.

“Unconventional Security in East Asia,” paper presented at CSCAP Conference/Asia-Pacific Roundtable, June 12-14, 1999, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

“Neighbors, Friends and Allies: From the Outside Looking In,” paper presented at the Conference on “Kim Dae Jung’s Sunshine Policy: Its Conceptual Promise and Political Challenges,” co-sponsored by the

Institute of Unification Studies, Yonsei University and the Asian Studies Program of the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, May 17, 1999, Washington, D.C.

“Thinking Beyond the Status Quo: Emerging Security Challenges and Bilateral Security Arrangements,” paper presented at the Conference on “Searching Security Cooperation,” co-sponsored by the Korea Institute for Defense for Multilateral Analyses (KIDA) and Japan’s Research Institute for Peace and Security (RIPS), February 25-26, 1999, Seoul, Korea.

“Security Issues in Europe: An Asian Perspective,” paper presented at the First Yosei-Warwick Conference on ASEM, co-organized by the Center for European Studies, IEWS, Yonsei University and Warwick University, November 9-10, 1998, Seoul, Korea.

“Constructing Peace: The Case of Northeast Asia,” paper presented at the Korean Peace Institute and UNESCO International Conference, November 1998, Seoul, Korea.

“The Role of Air Power and Future of Korea’s Defense Strategy,” paper presented at the 7th International Aerospace Symposium sponsored by the ROK Air Force Academy, October 28, 1998, Seoul, Korea.

“The Security Environment in Northeast Asia,” paper presented at a conference on “Maintaining the Strategic Edge: The Defence of Australia in 2015,” sponsored by Strategic and Defence Studies Center, The Australian National University, September 21-23, 1998, Canberra, Australia.

“The Security Environment in East Asia,” background paper for ASEM Vision Group Rome Meeting, September 1998.

“The Korean Peninsula: Latest Peace Prospects,” paper presented at the 12th Asia-Pacific Roundtable, May 31-June 4, 1998, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

“Rethinking the Conventional Military Balance on the Korean Peninsula,” paper presented at a conference on “Regional Security and Force Structures in Northeast Asia,” sponsored by the Korea Research Institute for Strategy, May 27, 1998, Seoul, Korea.

“The Future of the Korean Peninsula,” paper presented at the Seoul Forum for International Affairs and U.S. Council on Foreign Relations Workshop, Seoul, April 1998.

“The 1997 Korean Presidential Election and U.S.-R.O.K. Relations,” paper presented at the conference on “The 1997 Presidential Election in South Korea,” sponsored by the Asian Studies Program, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, November 21, 1997, Washington, D.C.

“The Future of Korea’s Defense Strategy and the Role of Naval Forces,” paper presented at the Fifth International Sea Power Symposium, co-sponsored by the ROK Navy, the Sejong Institute, and the Korea Institute for Maritime Strategy, August 7-8, 1997, Seoul, Korea.

“Dynamics of Security in Northeast Asia,” paper presented at the Workshop on Sub-Regional and Regional Dynamics of Security in the Asia-Pacific Region, co-hosted by the Keio University Center for Area Studies and the East-West Center, March 10-12, 1997, Gotenba, Japan.

“Threat Perception in East Asia After the Cold War,” paper presented at a conference on “Restructuring U.S.-Japan Security Relations,” January 11-13, 1997, Tokyo, Japan.

“Strengthening the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime,” paper presented at International Conference for the U.N.’s 50th Anniversary on “The Rise of East Asia and the U.N.” co-sponsored by The R.O.K. Committee for the 50th Anniversary of the U.N., and The International Institute for Strategic Studies, June 12-14, 1995, Seoul, Korea.

“East Asian Security in the Post-Bipolar Era: Implications for Regional Stability and Bilateral Security Cooperation,” paper presented at a workshop sponsored by the National Institute for Defense Studies, Tokyo, Japan, August 1995.

“Mechanisms for Setting Regional Territorial Disputes,” paper presented at the Conference on “Prospects for Stability and Cooperation in Northeast Asia: A Multilateral Dialogue,” May 19-20, 1995, Tokyo, Japan.

“The   North   Korean   Nuclear   Issue   and   the   Korean-American Alliance,” paper presented at the National Institute for Defense Studies, Tokyo, Japan, June 1995.

“East Asian Perceptions of Collective Security,” paper presented at the Second Meeting of the UNU Advisory Team on Peace and Global Governance, October 24-25, 1994, Barcelona, Spain.

“Crisis and Intelligence Management: Software and Hardware,” paper presented at the Workshop on “Rethinking Korean Security: Strategy, Force Structure, Weapons Acquisition, and the Defense Industry,” January 29-31, 1994, La Jolla, California.

“Prospects for Arms Control in the Korean Peninsula: What Are the Preconditions?” paper presented at the “Eighths Annual Conference of the Council on U.S.-Korean Security Studies,” December 2-3, 1993, Washington, D.C.

“Changing Elements in Northeast Asian Security: A South Korean Perspective,” paper presented at a conference on “Korea and America in a Changing Northeast Asia Order,” October 13-14, 1993, Seoul, Korea.

“Northeast Asia’s Evolving Security Agenda,” paper presented in the “North Pacific Cooperative Security Dialogue Conference,” March 21-23, 1993, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

“U.S. Korean Security Relations in Transition,” paper presented for a conference sponsored by Council on U.S.-Korea Security Studies, November 20-21, 1992, Seoul, Korea.

“Shinzo Abe’s Duty to History,” The Wall Street Journal, April 16, 2015

“Preparing for Change in North Korea,” The Wall Street Journal, December 12, 2013

“Is North Korea Ready for a U-Turn?” The Wall Street Journal, March 12, 2012

“Falling Out of Love with North Korea,” The Wall Street Journal, December 28, 2011

“South Korean Policy towards North Korea since the Korean Summit,” paper prepared for the Advisory Council on Democratic and Peaceful Unification, the 3rd Expert Meetings, June 21, 2000.

“Development of Korean Naval Strategy after the Unification,” paper presented at “The 21st Seminar on Ocean Science,” Naval Institute for Maritime Affairs, May 26, 2000, Jinhae, Korea.

Chung-in Moon, Chung Min Lee, and Byung-Chul Kang, eds., Northeast Asian Strategic Structure and South Korean Air Force Power, (Seoul: Orum Publisher, 2000)

“South Korean Strategic Plan for the 21st Century,” paper presented at a conference sponsored by Korea Research Institute for Strategy, Seoul, Korea, December 1999.

“Characteristics of Future Conflicts and Information Warfare: Implications on Northeast Asia and Korean Peninsula,” (Seoul: The Korean Association of International Studies, December 1999)

“Development of Military Strategy and Doctrine in Korean model: Focus on concept definition and applicable model,” (Seoul: National Defense College, November 1998)

“The U.S. and South Korean Reactions and Plans in Times of North Korean Crisis,” Research paper prepared for Ministry of Unification, November 1998.

“Information   Warfare   and   National   Security,”   (Seoul:   Cyber Communication Academic Society, November 27, 1998)

“Korea-Japan  Security  Cooperation  for  Northeast  Asian  Security,” (October 14, 1998)

“A Strategic Reappraisal of the Korean-American Relationship,” in Kim   Dalchoong,   ed.,   Korean   Foreign   Policy   (Seoul:   Shinilsa Publishing Company, 1998)

“Information Warfare and National Security,” IRI Review, vol. 2, no. 3 (Autumn 1997)

“The   North    Korean   Nuclear   Problem    and   Korean-American Relations,” Jayu Gongron, vol. 7, no. 9 (April 1994)

“The North Korean Nuclear Issue,” Shindong-Ah, vol. 37, no. 3 (April 1994)

“The Clinton Administration’s Policy Towards South Korea and the Future of Bilateral Security Cooperation,” Kukhwe-bo, no. 10 (October 1993)

“Korean Foreign Policy: An Institutional Approach,” in Chung Il Yung, ed., Reviewing Korean Policy: The Past Fifty Years (Seoul: The Sejong Institute, 1993)

“Arms Control Policy Under the Kim Young Sam Government,” Hankuk Nondan, no. 10 (October 1993)

“Clinton and U.S. Defense Strategy: Post-Cold War Trends,” Gyegan Sasang, vol. 5, no. 1 (Spring 1993)

“Regional Conflicts: Major Trends and Challenges,” Yuk-Kun, no. 205, (Winter 1993)

“The New World Order and Northeast Asian Political Structure,” in Chul-Bum Kim, ed., The Twenty-first century New World Order and the Korean Peninsula, (Seoul: Pyungminsa, 1992)

“Political   Change   in   Northeast   Asia:   Security   in   the   Korean Peninsula,” in One World through Harmony, vol. 3 (Seoul: Pung-nam, 1990)


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