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Ph.D. candidate Clint Work presenting in foreign policy conference | CSPAN 3

January 20, 2017

Ph.D. Candidate Clint Work

C-SPAN will record and air a panel discussion that features Ph.D. Candidate Clint Work at the Jan. 19-21, 2017 conference “Ronald Reagan and the Transformation of Global Politics in the 1980s,” being held at the University of Texas at Austin.

Ph.D. Candidate Clint Work presenting at the “Ronald Reagan and the Transformation of Global Politics” conference held in Texas last week.

The conference is bringing together a group of scholars and former policymakers to undertake a wide-ranging reassessment of U.S. foreign policy and international relations during the Reagan Administration in light of emerging archival resources and declassified documents.

Work, whose research focuses on South Korean political culture and national security, as well as the U.S.-Korean relationship, participated as the only graduate student among professors and other experts on the “South and East Asia” panel. His paper is entitled: “Shifting Hierarchy and Subordinate Sovereignty: The Carter-Reagan Transition and the US-South Korean Alliance.”

The conference will be filmed by the American History Channel C-SPAN 3.

The broadcast of the taped segment will be shared as soon as available.