Feb 20, 2015
"We have a deficit of knowledge about the Koreas" in both the
academy and public discourse, says Kathy Moon, the SK-Korea Foundation
Chair in Korea Studies and a senior fellow in the Center for East
Asia Policy Studies at Brookings. In this podcast, Moon, who is
also a political science professor at Wellesley College, describes
her own journey to becoming a scholar with a focus on Asia and the
Koreas; talks about what she observed during her trip to North
Korea; explains the sources of North Koreans' national pride; and
offers her thoughts on the very serious challenges for Korean
Also in the podcast, a discussion
between John Hudak of Governance Studies
and Michael O'Hanlon in Foreign Policy
about President Obama's request to Congress for an Authorization
for Use of Military Force against ISIS.
- Shared Challenges and Cooperation for Korea, China
and the U.S.
- Protesting America: Democracy and the U.S.-Korea
- Ethnicity and U.S. Foreign Policy: Korean
- Sandalwood Death, by Mo
- The Orphan Master's Son, by
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