< ABOUT ME >
Ph.D. candidate at the University of Tokyo. M.A. in Security and Foreign Policy, B.A. in International Studies and Development. Editor-in-chief at Global Politics Review and director of the Association for Social Sciences, Research and Innovation.
Broadly, my research concerns non-traditional security, IR theory, risk governance, and conflict resolution. More specifically, my work investigates the intersections between security and information processing in social groups. I like to use computational approaches to the study of social science, and I am fond of agent-based modeling and computer simulation.
< SELECTED PUBLICATIONS >
Peer Reviewed Articles
“Decolonizing One Petition at the Time: A Review of the Practice of Accepting Petitions and Granting Oral Hearings in the Fourth Committee of the UN General Assembly.” POLITIKON: The IAPSS Journal of Political Science 34, October (2017): 49–67.
“Political Reforms vs. Undemocratic Institutional Arrangements in Hong Kong.” Seoul National University, Journal of International Affairs 2, no. 1 (2017): 2-12.
“From Ballistics to Demography: Chinese Population Control Policies in Historical Perspective.” Seoul National University, Journal of International Affairs 1, no. 1 (2016): 25-36.
“Assad’s Strategic Narrative: the Role of Communication in the Syrian Civil War,” Contemporary Review of the Middle East 2, no. 4 (2015): 313-327.
"Hereditary Politics in Japan: A Family Business," The Diplomat. February 2017.
“Water, the Next Iraqi Problem,” Novasia. Seoul, June 2016.
“Build your own AI and win at Go over Lee Se-dol,” Novasia. Seoul, April 2016.
“How to do Counterinsurgency,” Novasia. Seoul, December 2015.
“The New State Nobody Saw Coming,” The Policy Wire. Seoul, January 27, 2015.
< BLOG >
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