Contributors

SAMUEL S. KIM (Ph.D., Columbia) is Adjunct Professor of Political Science and Senior Research Associate, East Asian Institute, Columbia University. He is the author or editor of eighteen books on East Asian international relations and world order studies including, most recently, North Korean Foreign Relations in the Post–Cold War Era (ed., 1998), China and the World: Chinese Foreign Policy Faces the New Millennium (ed., 1998), Korea's Globalization (ed., 2000); East Asia and Globalization (ed., 2000), and The North Korean Political System in the Post–Cold War Era (ed., 2001). He has published more than 150 articles in edited volumes and leading international relations journals, including American Journal of International Law, International Interactions, International Journal, International Organization, Journal of Peace Research, World Politics, and World Policy Journal.

VICTOR CHA(Ph.D., Columbia) is Associate Professor of Government in the Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University. He is the award-winning author of Alignment Despite Antagonism: The United States–Japan–Korea-Security Triangle (1999) (winner of the 2000 Ohira Book Prize) and has written articles on international relations and East Asia in journals including Survival, Foreign Affairs, International Security, International Studies Quarterly, Orbis, and Asian Survey. He is a former John M. Olin National Security Fellow at Harvard University, two-time Fulbright Scholar, and Hoover National Fellow at Stanford. He is currently Director of the Project on American Alliances in Asia at Georgetown, and is writing a book manuscript on strategic culture and military modernization in Korea, Indonesia, and India.

C. S. ELIOT KANG (Ph.D., Yale) is Associate Professor of Political Science at Northern Illinois University. He has taught at the University

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