- CSIS in Seoul
- Korea Chair Platform
- Senior Policy Group
- Korean Unification
- North Korea's Cyber Capabilities
- Human Rights in North Korea
- Beyond Parallel
- Korea Going Forward
- South Korea as a Global Power
- U.S.-Korea NextGen Scholars Program
- U.S.-ROK Alliance
- Korea News Room
- Advancing Social Science with Korea
- Korea Forum
- U.S.-Korea Policy Scholars Program
- Voices of Visiting Fellows
- Staff & Visiting Fellows
The Korea Chair Forum promotes up-and-coming scholars and policy studies analysts who are working on Korean issues in order to advance a greater understanding of Korean policy issues to policymakers and the public at large.
The Office of the Korea Chair seeks to promote younger scholars and policy studies analysts who are working on Korean issues with a policy focus.
The Korea Forum is a platform to showcase their work through events and publications. The Korea Forum will also seek out research that connects work in Korean Studies to mainstream studies in a discipline or field, whether this is in policy studies or academia.
The Office of the Korea Chair promotes younger scholars and policy studies analysts through a variety of other programs and projects.
The Korea Foundation Junior Researcher Program hosts junior scholars and graduate students from Korea to conduct advanced and policy-oriented research related to Korea at CSIS.
The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation's U.S.-Korea Scholar-Policymaker Nexus is designed to help raise the next generation of Korea specialists in the United States who will make the long-term contributions to the U.S.-ROK relationship.