Energy Working Group Talk: Energy Security and Cooperation in Northeast Asia
Jae-Seung Lee, Korea University, Division of International Studies
Date and Time
April 20, 2010 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
By Invitation Only.
Associate Professor Jae-Seung Lee from Korea University, Division of International Studies will be leading the seminar on energy security and cooperation in Northeast Asia (including East Asia).
Professor Lee holds a B.A. in
political science from Seoul National University (1991) and an M.A (1993) and
PhD (1998) in political science from Yale University. He also earned a
certificate from the Institut D'Etudes Politiques de Paris in France in 1995.
Before joining the faculty of
Korea University, he had served as a professor at the Institute of Foreign
Affairs and National Security (IFANS), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and
Trade. As a scholar in international political economy, he authored a number of
books and articles on Korea, East Asia, and Europe. His current research
includes energy security and energy diplomacy of Korea, among others. Prof. Lee
has directed the Korea Energy Forum (KEF), an interdisciplinary energy research
initiative, and conducted a number of energy projects with UNESCAP and the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He has taught at Yale
University, Seoul National University, and Korea University.