CISTP - Korea Initiative

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Angela Levin
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Summary Sentence: Featuring Dr. Nae-Young Lee

Full Summary: A cordial invitation to a Korea Initiative lunch and lecture featuring Dr. Nae-Young Lee,Professor, Department of Political Science, Director, Asiatic Research Center, Korea University.

A cordial invitation to a Korea Initiative lunch and lecture featuring Dr. Nae-Young Lee,Professor, Department of Political Science, Director, Asiatic Research Center, Korea University.

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP) presents Dr. Nae-Young Lee,Professor, Department of Political Science, Director, Asiatic Research Center, Korea University.

2007 Korean Presidential Elections: Issues and Prospects

Nae-Young Lee is a Professor of the Department of Political Science and Director of Asiatic Research Center at Korea University. He also serves as Director of Center for Public Opinion Research at the East Asia Institute, and an Executive Board Member of the Korean Political Science Association. Professor Lee received his Ph. D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was a professor at Kyung Hee University, a research fellow at the Sejong Institute, and a member of the Presidential Policy Planning Committee.

As an expert on Korean and Comparative Politics, Electoral Studies, East Asian Political Economy, he has coauthored and edited various books and published numerous articles in international and Korean scholarly journals. His recent works include 5.31 Local Elections and Changing Korean Voters (2007), Is Rising China Threat or Opportunity?: Analysis of Cross-National Opinion Survey (2007), Changing ROK-US Alliance and Public Opinion (2005), Democratization and Historical Rectification in East Asia: Comparison of South Korea, the Philippines, and Thailand (2004), 2002 Presidential Election and Tasks of Roh Moo-hyun Government (2003), Dilemma and Choice of Roh Moo-hyun Government (2003), "Issues and Partisan Realignment in South Korea" (2007), "Changes in Korean Public Perception of the U.S. and Korea-U.S. Relations" (2005) and "Fluctuating Anti-Americanism and the Korea-U.S. Alliance" (2004).

Reservation required; lunch will be served.

To reserve your space, please email Angela Levin or call
404-894-3199.

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