Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies
For over twenty years, KEI has sponsored annual major academic symposiums at universities across the country. Each year, papers are specially commissioned to fit panel topics of current policy relevance to the U.S.-ROK alliance and implications for the Korean peninsula. Following the symposium, KEI edits and publishes those papers in an annual volume entitled “Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies.”
Below, in reverse chronological order, are the individual chapters, or papers, from each of the volumes KEI has published since 2004.
KEI’s most recent symposium was held in October 2010 at American University’s School of International Service here in Washington D.C. The Symposium, "Tomorrow’s Northeast Asia,” featured 12 papers presented over two days. The panels covered energy issues, regional cooperation, South Korea’s emerging role on the global stage, and North Korea’s economy.
Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies 2012