Mr. Erik Mobrand
Erik Mobrand is a doctoral candidate in politics at Princeton University. An analyst of Northeast Asian public affairs, he has lived and done research in China and South Korea, and is particularly interested in social policy and the politics of economic development in those societies, as well as in Northeast Asian regional politics. His analyses have appeared in publications such as /Worldpress.org/, /China// Business Review/, and /Asia Times/, as well as in scholarly venues including /Habitat International/ and /Korean Studies/. Erik speaks Chinese and Korean. For the time being Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Science at National University of Singapore.
Articles by Mr. Erik Mobrand
- The Road to North Korea’s Nuclear Test
- North Korea’s growing economic ties with China
- Another Breed of Politics in Korea