China, Japan, South Korea Trilateral Cooperation: Implications for Northeast Asian Politics and Order

Korea Forum Event with Dr. Andrew Yeo
  • Thursday, Dec 13, 2012
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    Please join us for a Korea Forum discussion and Policy Scholar Seminar with Dr. Andrew Yeo, Assistant Professor of Politics at the Catholic University of America. Dr. Yeo will present his research on East Asia's regional architecture and share some of his findings regarding trilateral cooperation in the region.

    Andrew Yeo is Assistant Professor of Politics at the Catholic University of America. His first book, Activists, Alliances, and Anti-U.S. Base Protests (Cambridge University Press, 2011) explores the politics of overseas military bases, focusing on the impact of security alliances on social movements and state response to anti-U.S. base pressure. His current book project explores the evolution of bilateral alliances and multilateralism in East Asia. His other works have appeared in Comparative Politics, International Studies Quarterly, and Journal of East Asian Studies.  Professor Yeo's research and teaching interests include international relations theory, international security, overseas U.S. military presence, social movements, East Asia, and North Korea.   He received his PhD from Cornell University in 2008.

    Lunch will be served.

    To RSVP for this event, please email KoreaChair@csis.org.