Davis-Hodgkins House 201
Major- Comparative Politics
Minor- International Relations
See-Won Byun is a Ph.D. candidate in political science at The George Washington University. Her dissertation research focuses on the foreign economic liberalization of China’s inland border regions. She was previously a research associate at The Asia Foundation’s Center for U.S.-Korea Policy in Washington.
China’s domestic politics and foreign relations, international relations of Asia
“China’s Major-Powers Discourse in the Xi Jinping Era: Tragedy of Great-Power Politics Revisited?” Asian Perspective 40-3 (2016), 493-522.
“China’s Policy toward the Korean Peninsula: Domestic Perspectives,” in China and International Security, ed. Donovan Chau and Thomas Kane (Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2014), 55-77.
“China’s Approach to North Korea and Northeast Asian Security Cooperation” (with Scott Snyder), in North Korea and Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia, ed. Tae-Hwan Kwak and Seung-Ho Joo (Burlington: Ashgate, 2014), 155-174.
“National Identities and Sino-South Korean Relations” (with Scott Snyder), in National Identities and Bilateral Relations, ed. Gilbert Rozman (Stanford and Washington: Stanford University Press and Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2013), 95-126.
“China-Korea Relations” (with Scott Snyder), in Comparative Connections, ed. Carl Baker and Brad Glosserman, Pacific Forum CSIS (quarterly/triannual contributions since 2009).