Ph.D. Candidates Clint Work and Seonhee Kim have co-authored a piece about the latest developments in South Korea’s space program, highlighting the military and economic logic behind South Korea’s desire to take on humanity’s last frontier. The article was published in Sino-NK, which is a scholarly collective dedicated to Northeast Asia.
Work and Kim are Junior Fellows in the International Policy Institutes’ Space Security Initiative that aims to develop a standing forum in the Pacific Northwest of academics and professionals with an interest in matters of outer space security.
The work of the Space Security Initiative focuses on technology development, industrial strategy, domestic politics, international relations, military security, and environmental protection.
This publication was made possible in part by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. The statements made and views expressed are solely the responsibility of the author.