Robert Dujarric

Japan Institute of International Affairs Nihon Kokusai Mondai Kenkyusho

Japan Institute of International Affairs Nihon Kokusai Mondai Kenkyusho

EXPERIENCENational Institute for Public Policy, Fairfax, VA (USA) Senior Associate Participated in North Korea assessment project1993-2003Hudson Institute, Washington, DC Senior Fellow, National Security Studies - Published several books on security and economic issues (Korea, Europe, Central Asia) - Organized conference on Japan-Korea relations in Tokyo (1997) - Ran seminar series on Korean-Japanese relations - Co-authored book on US hegemony (Yale UP, April 2004)1989-1993Goldman Sachs International Limited, M & A Dept., LondonSummer 1988Euromobiliare S.p.A., MilanWinter 1987First Boston (Asia) Limited, Tokyo1984-1986The First Boston Corporation, New York, Madrid, BogotáEDUCATIONJohns Hopkins SAIS, Washington DC1996-1999History and international relations classes1987-1989Yale University, School of Management, MBA, 1989Fall 1986Sophia University, Tokyo, studied Japanese history and languageFall 1983University of Paris (Dauphine), Paris (auditor)1979-1983Harvard University, AB in Government, 1983 Languages: Fluent French, good Spanish, basic Italian, some German, studying Japanese. Publications: Commonwealth or Empire?(1995, with W.E. Odom), Europe 2005 (1995, with G. Geipel), Korea: Pivot of Northeast Asian Security (principal author and editor, 1998), Korean Unification and After (2000), America’s Inadvertent Empire (Yale University Press, April 2004, with W.E. Odom) and articles (Financial Times, Strategic Review, Roll Call, Indianapolis Star, Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft, Commentaire, Sekaishuho (Jiji Press), Los Angeles Times, Chosun Ilbo, American Outlook, Journal of International Affairs (Columbia University). January 2004



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