The Center for Korea Studies fosters teaching, research, and outreach related to Korea. To this end the Center currently supports a Korea Studies colloquia series, a visiting scholars program, student scholarships, international student exchange programs, an outreach program to K-12 educators, Korean language textbook development, and the publication of research on Korea.Visit Center for Korea Studies
Professor Emeritus Gary Hamilton co-authors an article in Stanford University Press titled “The Failings of Economic Nationalism“. He argues that partnerships with Asian manufacturers benefit the United States.
In an article “Why North Korea will never attack the United States,” Jackson School doctoral candidate Clint Work looks to history to understand renewed North Korean eagerness to hold talks with
Henry M. Jackson Professor of International Studies David Bachman is quoted in an article examining how relations in the Korean Peninsula may evolve after the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. He believes that while
In “North Korea: An Energy Portrait And Its Lessons“, affiliate faculty and geoscientist Scott L. Montgomery examines the abiding dilemma of North Korea failing to exploit nuclear technology to address
Jackson School Professor and Director of the Center for Korea Studies Clark Sorensen is quoted an article on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister Kim Yo Jong’s presence during the Winter Olympics in South
Jackson School Doctoral Candidate Donghui Park, who researches cyberwar and non-state actors, has been quoted in an article in a French publication about North Korean hackers using new and sophisticated tactics
Ph.D. Candidate Clint Work, a policy writer for The Diplomat magazine, examines how younger South Koreans view the possibility of a rapprochement with their neighbors in the north in his latest article.
In the run-up to the Winter Olympics in South Korea, Jackson School Professor and Director of the Center for Korea Studies Clark Sorensen is quoted in an article on the use of Korean pop
An article on the kind of food that athletes at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea may expect quotes Clark Sorensen, Jackson School Professor and Director of the Center for Korea Studies.
In their article “Russia Is Now Providing North Korea With Internet: What That Could Mean For Cyber Warfare“, Matthew Newton and Donghui Park, both Jackson School graduate students and Jackson