Publications

    

David Kang

BOOKS

East Asia Before the West: Five Centuries of Trade and Tribute (Columbia University Press, 2010)
China Rising: Peace, Power, and Order in East Asia (Columbia University Press, 2007)
Leif-Eric Easley, and Victor Cha. In press. After Unification: Planning for the Long Term in Korea. (Columbia University Press.)
East Asia Before the West: Five Centuries of Trade and Tribute. New York: (Columbia University Press,2010)
Engagement with North Korea: A Viable Alternative. Edited by Sung-chull Kim and David C. Kang.(SUNY Albany Press,2009). China Rising: Peace, Power, and Order in East Asia.(Columbia University Press, 2007)

 

 

RECENT ARTICLES

"Defense Spending in East Asia,” Foreign Policy (April 25, 2013).
"Think Again: North Korea,” (with Victor Cha), Foreign Policy (March 25, 2013).
" International Relations Theory and East Asian History,” Journal of East Asian Studies 13, no. 2 (May 2013), pp. 181-205
"Dialogue about Elections in Japan and South Korea,” (with David Leheny and Victor Cha), Journal of Asian Studies 72, no. 2 (May 2013), pp. 233-250.
"Authority and Legitimacy in International Relations: Evidence from Korean and Japanese relations in Pre-modern East Asia,” Chinese Journal of International Politics 5, no. 1 (Spring 2012), pp. 55-71.
"They Think They’re Normal: Enduring Questions and New Research about North Korea,” International Security 36, no. 3 (Winter 2011/2012), pp. 142-171.
"Hierarchy and Legitimacy in International Systems: the tribute system in early modern East Asia,” Security Studies 19, no. 4 (December 2010), pp. 591-622. Reprinted in Robert Art and Robert Jervis, eds., International Politics: Enduring Concepts and Contemporary Issues, 11th edition (Pearson, 2012)
"Culture and the Politics of History in East Asia,” in Barry Buzan and Yongjin Zhang, eds., International Society and the Contest Over ‘East Asia’ (forthcoming).
"WMD regimes in East Asia: PSI, Six-Party Talks, and the 1994 Agreed Framework,” in Saadia Pekkanen, ed., Asian Institutional Design (forthcoming).
"Where is the Line?” co-authored with Matthew S. Gratias, The Nonproliferation Review Vol. 20, No. 1 (March 2013), pp. 13-38.
"Veto Players, Nuclear Energy, and Nonproliferation: Domestic Institutional Barriers to a Japanese Bomb,” International Security Vol. 36, No. 2 (Fall 2011), pp. 154-189
"The Security of Northeast Asia," Pacific Focus 24, no. 1 (April 2009), pp. 1-21
"Civilization and State Formation in the Shadow of China," in Peter Katzenstein, ed., Civilizations in World Politics: Plural and Pluralist Perspectives (Routledge, 2009
"Testing Balance of Power Theory in World History," European Journal of International Relations, (with William Wohlforth et al.), 13, no. 2 (June 2007), pp. 155-85 
“The North Korean Issue, Park Geun-hye’s presidency, and the possibility of Trust-building on the Korean Peninsula.” International Journal of Korean Unification Studies.
“The North Korean Issue and Trust-Building on the Korean Peninsula.” International Journal of Korean Unification Studies.
“Why Was There no Religious War in Premodern East Asia?” European Journal of International Relations.
“Defense Spending in East Asia.” Foreign Policy, April 25.(2013)
“International Relations Theory and East Asian History.” Journal of East Asian Studies 13(2): 181-205.(2013)
“Authority and Legitimacy in International Relations: Evidence from Korean and Japanese relations in Pre-modern East Asia.” Chinese Journal of International Politics 5(1): 55-71.(2012)
“East Asian international relations – peaceful and stable for centuries.” Asia For Educators.(2012)
“They Think They’re Normal: Enduring Questions and New Research about North Korea.” International Security 36(3): 142-171.(2011)
“Status and Leadership on the Korean Peninsula.” Orbis 54 (4). (2010)
“Will the United States Lead the Asian Century?” Asia Pacific Yearbook. Madrid, Spain: CIDOB. (2010)
“Between Balancing and Bandwagoning: South Korea’s response to China.” Journal of East Asian Studies 9 (1), January: 1-28.(2009)
“Give a Little to Get a Lot from North Korea.” Asia Policy 7 (January): 51-53.(2009)
“The Security of Northeast Asia.” Pacific Focus 24 (1), April: 1-21.(2009)
“US-China relations and the North Korea problem.” China Brief (September). (2009)
“U.S. Relations with Other Powers on the Korean Peninsula in the Global Financial Crisis.” International Journal of Korean Studies 13 (2): 1-18.(2009)
“Think Again: North Korea.” Foreign Policy, March 25. (2013)
“Dialogue about Elections in Japan and South Korea.” Journal of Asian Studies 72(2): 233-250.(Kang, David C., David Leheny and Victor Cha.) (2013)
“A Comedy of Errors: a reply to Sangiovanni.” European Journal of International Relations 15 (2), June: 381-388.( Kang, David C., William C. Wohlforth, Richard Little, Stuart Kaufman, Charles Jones, Victoria Tin-Bor Hui, Arthur Eckstein, Daniel Deudney, and William Brenner. )(2009)
“Testing Balance of Power Theory in World History.” European Journal of International Relations 13 (2), June: 155-85. (Kang, David C., William C. Wohlforth, Richard Little, Stuart Kaufman, Charles Jones, Vitoria Tin-Bor Hui, Arthur Eckstein, Daniel Deudney, and William Brenner.)(2007)
“Roundtable Discussion of David Kang’s China Rising: Peace, Power, and Order in East Asia.” Asia Policy 6 (July). (Kang, David C., Evelyn Goh, Ellen Frost, Christopher Twomey, Jalal Alamgir, Bin Yu, and Peter Van Ness.)(2008)
 

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

“China’s interests and influence in North Korea.” In The North Korean Nuclear Crisis, edited by Kyung-ae Park. Palgrave Macmillan.
“Culture and the Politics of History in East Asia.” In International Society and the Contest Over ‘East Asia’, edited by (Barry Buzan and Yongjin Zhang.)
“WMD regimes in East Asia: PSI, Six-Party Talks, and the 1994 Agreed Framework.” In Asian Institutional Design, edited by(Saadia Pekkanen.)
“Washington’s Response to an Operational Nuclear North Korea.” In North Korean Nuclear Operationality: The Implications for Northeast Asian Regional Security And the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime, edited by (Greg Moore),(2010),pp. 147-163. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
“Hierarchy and Legitimacy in International Systems: the tribute system in early modern East Asia.” In International Politics: Enduring Concepts and Contemporary Issues, 11th edition, edited by Robert Art and Robert Jervis. Pearson(2012). Originally published in Security Studies 19 (4), November 2010: 591-622.
“North Korea and Illicit Activities.” In Non-Traditional Security in North Korea, edited by Kyung-ae Park. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.(2012)
“China’s presence in East Asian historical perspective.” In Handbook of Asian Regionalism, edited by Richard Stubbs and Mark Beeson. Routledge. (2012)
“The North Korea Challenge.” In Navigating Turbulence in Northeast Asia: the future of the U.S.-ROK alliance, vol. 20 in Joint U.S.-Korea academic studies. Washington, DC: Korea Economic Institute.(2010)
“Civilization and State Formation in the Shadow of China.” In Civilizations in World Politics: Plural and Pluralist Perspectives, edited by Peter Katzenstein. Routledge.(2009)
“Getting Asia Wrong: the Need for New Analytic Frameworks.” In Security Studies: Critical Concepts in International Relations, edited by Theo Farrell. Routledge. Originally published in International Security 27 (4), 2003: 57-85.(2009) “Introduction” and “Conclusion.” In Engagement with North Korea: A Viable Alternative, edited by Sung-Chull Kim and David Kang. Albany, NY: SUNY University Press. Kang, David C. and Leif-Eric Easley. 2012.
“The U.S. in East Asia.” In International Relations and Options for Regional Security, edited by Rudiger Frank. Routledge.(2009)
“Security in Northeast Asia: Time for New Architecture?” In The Political Economy of the Asia Pacific, edited by Vinod Aggarwal, Min-gyo Koo, Seung-joo Lee, and Chung-in Moon. Springer.
“The Changing Security Environment on the Korean Peninsula.” In The Handbook of Asian Security Studies, edited by Andrew Scobell, Sumit Ganguly, and Joseph Liow. Routledge.(2009)
“China’s Rise.” In The Routledge Handbook of Security Studies, edited by Victor Mauer. Routledge.(2009)
Kang, David C. and Hyon-Joo Yoo. In press. “Korean Politics.” In The State of Korean Studies, edited by Sungdai Cho. SUNY Press.

 

 

Kyung Moon Hwang

BOOKS

Hwang, K. M. Institution and Ideology: The Modern State in Korea, 1894-1945. Instrument and Ideology: The Modern State in Korea, 1894-1945.
Hwang, K. M. (2010). History of Korea: An Episodic Narrative. Palgrave Macmillan.
Hwang, K. M. (2004). Beyond Birth: Social Status in the Emergence of Modern Korea. Beyond Birth: Social Status in the Emergence of Modern Korea/Harvard Asia Center, Harvard University Press.
Hwang, K. M., Shin, G. (2003). Contentious Kwangju: The May 18th Uprising in Korea's Past and Present. Contentious Kwangju: The May 18th Uprising in Korea's Past and Present/Rowman & Littlefield.

 

BOOK CHAPTER

Hwang, K. M. (2007). Governmental Growth in the Taehan Cheguk Era: Origins of the Modern Korean State. Seoul, Korea: Reform Projects and Modernization during the Great Han Empire Period/Yonsei University Press.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Hwang, K. M. (2007). Nation, State, and the Modern Transformation of Korean Social Structure in the Early Twentieth Century. History Compass/Blackwell. Vol. NA PubMed Web Address
Hwang, K. M. (2004). Citizenship, Social Equality, and Government Reform: Changes in the Household Registration System in Korea, 1894-1910. Modern Asian Studies/Cambridge University Press. pp. p. 355-87.

 

OTHERS

Hwang, K. M. From the Dirt to Heaven: Northern Koreans in the Choson and Early Modern Eras, Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 62.1, June 2002.

 

 

Sunyoung Park

BOOK

On the Eve of the Uprising and other Stories from Colonial Korea. Ithaca, NY: Cornell East Asia Series.(Park, Sunyoung, trans., and Jeffery J.A. Gatrall, col).(2010).

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

Park, S.“A Day in the Life of Kubo the Novelist.” In Modern Korean Literature: An Anthology, edited by Bruce Fulton. New York, NY: Columbia University Press. Originally published in Sunyoung Park, trans. and Jeffery J.A. Gatrall, col., On the Eve of the Uprising and Other Stories from Colonial Korea (Ithaca, NY: Cornell East Asia Series, 2010).
Park, S.(2011). “21-segi e sahoejuui munhak ul tasi illundanun kot [Rereading Colonial Leftist Literature in the Twenty-First Century].” In Proceedings of the Overseas Scholar Colloquium, Songkyunkwan University Academy of East Asian Studies, Seoul, South Korea, January 14, 1–13.
Park, S.(2011). “’Gained Was Ideology and Lost Was Art’: Socialist Reportage as a Forgotten Aesthetic in Late Colonial Korea.” In Proceedings of the 20th International Association of Comparative Korean Studies Conference, Los Angeles, California, April 21, 80–106.
Park, S.(2011). “The Korean Novel.” In Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Novel, edited by Peter Logan, 460–466. Wiley-Blackwell.
Park, S. (2011). “Sinminji malgi Choson e taehan pip’an uroso ui ilsangsong: Kim Namch’on ui munhak sirhom, 1934–1943 [Everyday Life as Critique in Late Colonial Korea: Kim Namch’on’s Literary Experiments, 1934–1943]” Translated by Yi Yonguk. In Proceedings of the Overseas Scholar Colloquium, Songkyunkwan University Academy of East Asian Studies, Seoul, South Korea, January 14.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

"Rethinking Feminism in Colonial Korea: Kang Kyongae and 1930s Socialist Women Writers," Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique (In Press).
"A Forgotten Aesthetic: Reportage in Colonial Korea 1920-1935," Comparative Korean Studies: Journal of the International Association of Comparative Korean Studies (2010). 
"Everyday Life as Critique in Late Colonial Korea: Kim Namch'on's Literary Experiments, 1934–1943." Journal of Asian Studies Vol. 68, no. 3. (2009): 861–893.
"The Colonial Origin of Korean Realism and Its Contemporary Manifestation". Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique. Vol. 14, no.1 (2006): pp. 165–192.

 

TRANSLATION

Sunyoung Park and Jefferson A. Gatrall. On the Eve of the Uprising and Other Stories from Colonial Korea. Cornell East Asian Series (2010).

 

ARTICLE

Park, S. (2013). “Miguk eso han’guk munhak un ottok’e ilk’inun’ga [On the Discursive Construction of Korean Literature in the US]. Chigujok segye munhak [Global world literature] 2: 382-387.
Park, S. (2013). “Rethinking Feminism in Colonial Korea: Kang Kyongae and 1930s Socialist Women’s Literature.” Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 12 (4): 947-985.
Park, S. (2013). Review of From Wonso Pond, by Kang Kyongae. The Journal of Korean Studies 17 (1), Spring: 158-160.
Park, S. (2011). “A Forgotten Aesthetic: Reportage in Colonial Korea 1920–1935.” Comparative Korean Studies 19 (2): 35–69.
Park, S and Jung-hwan Cheon.“The Development of Mass Intellectuality: Reading Circles and Socialist Culture in 1920s Korea.” Translated by Bora Cheung and Sunyoung Park. East Asian History.

 

 

Jacques Edson Hymans

BOOK

Achieving Nuclear Ambitions: Scientists, Politicians, and Proliferation (Cambridge University Press, 2012)
- Reviewed in CHOICE Reviews, The National Interest online, Security Index (Russia)
Achieving Nuclear Ambitions: Scientists, Politicians, and Proliferation. Cambridge, (Cambridge University Press,2012.)
The Psychology of Nuclear Proliferation: Identity, Emotions, and Foreign Policy. Cambridge, (UK: Cambridge University Press,2006.)
Achieving Nuclear Ambitions: Scientists, Politicians, and Proliferation. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.(2006)
The Psychology of Nuclear Proliferation: Identity, Emotions, and Foreign Policy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.(2006)
The Psychology of Nuclear Proliferation: Identity, Emotions, and Foreign Policy (Cambridge University Press, 2006).

 

ARTICLES

"Iran and the Nuclear Threshold: Where is the Line?” co-authored with Matthew S. Gratias, The Nonproliferation Review Vol. 20, No. 1 (March 2013), pp. 13-38.

"Veto Players, Nuclear Energy, and Nonproliferation: Domestic Institutional Barriers to a Japanese Bomb,” International Security Vol. 36, No. 2 (Fall 2011), pp. 154-189
"Proliferation Implications of Civil Nuclear Cooperation: Theory and a Case Study of the Yugoslave Experience," Security Studies (March 2011).
"The Arrival of Psychological Constructivism," International Theory (Fall 2010). 
"Britain and Hiroshima," Journal of Strategic Studies Vol. 32, No. 5 (October 2009), pp. 769-797.
"Assessing North Korean Nuclear Intentions and Capacities: A New Approach," Journal of East Asian Studies Vol. 8, No. 2 (May-August 2008), pp. 259-292.
“The Dynamics of Nuclear Politics: Lessons from Latin America.” In The Routledge Handbook on Latin America and the World, edited by Ana Covarrubias and Jorge I. Domínguez. Routledge.
“Veto Players and Japanese Nuclear Policy after Fukushima.” In Possible Futures for Japan (tentative title) edited by Anne Allison and Frank Baldwin. New York: New York University Press.
“Botching the Bomb: Why Many Nuclear Weapons Programs Fail—And Why Iran’s Might, Too.” In Iran and the Bomb: Solving the Persian Puzzle edited by Gideon Rose and Jonathan Tepperman, 89-97. New York: Foreign Affairs/Council on Foreign Relations.(2012)
“Nuclear Proliferation and Nonproliferation.” In Encyclopedia of Political Science edited by George T. Kurian. Washington, DC: CQ Press.(2011)
“Nuclear Proliferation and Non-Proliferation.” In The International Studies Encyclopedia edited by Robert A. Denemark, 5447-5466. London: Blackwell. www.isacompendium.com.(2010)
“The Study of Nuclear Proliferation and Non-Proliferation: Toward a New Consensus?” In Forecasting Nuclear Proliferation in the 21Century, v. 1: The Role of Theory edited by William C. Potter and Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova, 13-37. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.(2011)
“When Does a State become a ‘Nuclear Weapon State’? An Exercise in Measurement Validation.” In Forecasting Nuclear Proliferation in the 21st Century, v.1: The Role of Theory edited by William Potter and Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.(2010)
“North Korea’s Nuclear Neurosis.” In Annual Editions: American Foreign Policy 09/10 edited by Glenn Hastedt. New York: McGraw-Hill.(2009)
“Don’t Panic if the Iran Nuclear Negotiations Fail.” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, February 12. http://thebulletin.org/don%E2%80%99t-panic-if-iran-nuclear-negotiations-fail. “No Cause for Panic: Key Lessons from the Political Science Literature on Nuclear Proliferation.” International Journal 69 (1), March: 85-93.(2014) “Author’s Response by Jacques E. C. Hymans, University of Southern California.” Review of Achieving Nuclear Ambitions: Scientist, Politicians, and Proliferation, by Jacques Hymans. H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable Reviews 6 (3). Reviewed by Michael Chase, Matthew Fuhrmann, and Gaurav Kampani. http://www.h-net.org/~diplo/ISSF/PDF/ISSF-Roundtable-6-3.pdf.(2013)
“Befriend the Scientists: How to Bring Iran’s Nuclear Program Into the Fold.” Foreign Affairs, December 3. http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/140308/jacques-e-c-hymans/befriend-the-scientists.(2013)
“Fear Itself.” Review of The Rise of Nuclear Fear, by Spencer Weart. H-Net Reviews in the Humanities and Social Sciences: H-War (March). https://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=35709.(2013)
“The Threat of Nuclear Proliferation: Perception and Reality.” Ethics and International Affairs 27 (3): 281-298.(2013)
“Iran Is Still Botching the Bomb.” Foreign Affairs, February 18. http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/139013/jacques-e-c-hymans/iran-is-still-botching-the-bomb.(2013)
“Between Sameness and Difference: World Society, Social Psychology and the Construction of National Identity Conceptions.” Paper prepared for APSA.(2012)
“Botching the Bomb: Why Many Nuclear Weapons Programs Fail—And Why Iran’s Might, Too.” Foreign Affairs 91 (3): 44-53.
“Crying Wolf about an Iranian Nuclear Bomb.” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January 17. http://thebulletin.org/crying-wolf-about-iranian-nuclear-bomb.(2012)
“The Good News About Nuclear Proliferation.” OpenCanada, August 16. http://opencanada.org/features/the-think-tank/comments/the-good-news-about-nuclear-proliferation/.(2012)
“North Korea’s Lessons for (Not) Building an Atomic Bomb,” Foreign Affairs, April 16. http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/137408/jacques-e-c-hymans/north-koreas-lessons-for-not-building-an-atomic-bomb.(2012)
“Nuclear Policy Gridlock in Japan.” Policy Brief, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School, November.http://belfercenter.ksg.harvard.edu/publication/21586/nuclear_policy_gridlock_in_japan.html.(2011)
“Proliferation Implications of Civil Nuclear Cooperation: Theory and a Case Study of the Yugoslav Experience.” Security Studies 20 (1): 73-104.(2011)
“Veto Players, Nuclear Energy, and Nonproliferation: Domestic Institutional Barriers to a Japanese Bomb.” International Security 36 (2): 154-189.(2011)
“The Arrival of Psychological Constructivism.” International Theory 2 (3): 461-467.(2011)
“East is East, and West is West? Currency Iconography as Nation-Branding in the Wider Europe.” Political Geography 29 (2): 97-108.(2010)
“India between ‘Soft State’ and ‘Soft Power.’” India in Transition, University of Pennsylvania Center for Advanced Study of India, January 19. http://casi.sas.upenn.edu/iit/hymans.(2010)
“When Does a State become a ‘Nuclear Weapon State’? An Exercise in Measurement Validation.” The Nonproliferation Review 17 (1): 161-180.(2010)
“Britain and Hiroshima.” Journal of Strategic Studies 32 (5): 769-797.(2009)
“Discarding Tired Assumptions about North Korea,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, May 28. http://thebulletin.org/discarding-tired-assumptions-about-north-korea.(2009)
“India’s Soft Power and Vulnerability.” India Review 8 (3): 234-265.(2009)
“Two Visions of Nuclear Weapons in Asia.” Asia Policy 7 (January): 135-138.(2009)
“Assessing North Korean Nuclear Intentions and Capacities: A New Approach.” Journal of East Asian Studies 8 (2): 259-292.(2008)
Review of Nuclear Logics: Contrasting Paths in East Asia and the Middle East, by Etel Solingen. Perspectives on Politics 6 (3): 648-649.(2008)
“North Korea’s Nuclear Neurosis.” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 63 (3): 44-49, 74.(2007)
“Reining in the North” (response to letter to the editor), Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 63 (6): 4-5.(2007)
“Iran and the Nuclear Threshold: Where is the Line?” The Nonproliferation Review 20 (1): 13-38.(Hymans, Jacques & Matthew S. Gratias. 2013.)
“The Non-Proliferation Treaty as a Conditional Norm.” PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo 142 (May).(Hymans, Jacques and Yoshiko M. Herrera. 2011.)

 

 

CURRENT BOOK PROJECT

How to Build a Nuclear Bomb: The Political Foundations of Technical Achievement (under contract with Cambridge University Press).

 

 

Youngmin Choe

BOOK CHAPTER

Choe, Y. (2008). "Affective Sites: Hur Jin-ho's Cinema and Film-induced Tourism in Korea." In Asia on Tour: Exploring the Rise of Asian Tourism. pp. 109-126. London, New York: Routledge.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Choe, Y. (2009). "Transitional Emotions: Boredom and Distraction in Hong Sang-su's Holiday Films". Korean Studies (University of Hawaii Press). Vol. 33.

 

Nam-kil Kim

BOOK CHAPTER

Kim, N. (2011). “KOREAN.” In the World's Major Languages, 2nd ed., edited by Bernard Comrie, 765-79. London: Routledge.

 

ARTICLE

Kim, N. (2011). “On launching Korean applied linguistics.” Journal of Korean Information 13 (2): 20.
Kim, N. (2010). “Korean applied linguistics and the teaching of Korean in America.” Nara Sarang 116: 275-307.
Kim, N. (2009). “On Korean applied linguistics.” Journal of Korean Information 11 (1): 1-12.

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