Foundation Assistant Professor of History and International
Larsen received his Ph.D. in history from Harvard University. Prior to coming to
The George Washington University, he taught in the Asian Studies Department at
the University of Texas-Austin. He teaches courses in Korean history and
culture, modern Korean history, and the history of international systerms. In
addition to Korean history, Larsen can discuss
U.S.-North Korea relations, and the North Korea nuclear crisis.
International Affairs and a Research Professor of Political
Dr. Post has just released an updated profile
of North Korea leader Kim Jong Il.
Office: (202) 994-7386
Associate Professor of Political Science
and International Affairs; Director of the Sigur Center for Asian
Professor Mochizuki holds Elliott School's endowed chair in
Japan-U.S. Relations in Memory of Gaston Sigur. Dr. Mochizuki comes to the
George Washington University from the Brookings Institution where he was a
senior fellow. He was formerly with RAND where he served as co-director of the
Center for Asia-Pacific Policy. He has taught at the University of Southern
California and at Yale University. He received his Ph.D. in political science
from Harvard University. He can discuss east Asian security.
Office: (202) 994-7074
Anthropology and International Affairs
Author of the book "Korea and its Futures: Unification and the
Unfinished War," Professor Grinker is available for comment on the first summit
meeting between North and South Korea.
Office: (202) 994-6984
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