Eunsook Chung is Senior Research Fellow at the Sejong Institute, Korea. She holds a PhD in Political Science from Ohio State University (1991) and BA & MA, Korea University, South Korea. Previously she served as Vice-President of the Sejong Institute (2011-2012) and Director of Research (2009-2011). Chung was a visiting scholar at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University and Visiting Fellow at the Finnish Institute for International Affairs and the Austrian Institute for International Affairs.
Her areas of study include International Security, International Organization, Global Governance and UN, Korea’s Foreign and Security Policy and Russia’s Foreign and Security Policy. She is a member of the Policy Advisory Committees in the Republic of Korea (Ministry of Unification and ROK Navy). Her books and monographs include Global Governance and International Security: Issues and Actors (Seoul: Hanul, 2012) ; Policy-Making of USA, China, Japan, and Russia toward the Korean Peninsula (The Sejong Institute, 2010); Korea’s Foreign Policy toward the Developing World since 1948 (Seoul: Haul, 2009)