Publications

 

 
 
Mural by Chris Chan Shim (심찬양  @royyaldog ) taken in Hapjeong-dong, Seoul, South Korea. (D. Draudt, July 2019).

Mural by Chris Chan Shim (심찬양 @royyaldog) taken in Hapjeong-dong, Seoul, South Korea. (D. Draudt, July 2019).


Working in Euljiro, Seoul, South Korea (D. Draudt, May 2019)

Working in Euljiro, Seoul, South Korea (D. Draudt, May 2019)


 

Reviewed Articles

Darcie Draudt and John K. Warden (2017). The Strategic Rationale for Maritime Tension Reduction in the Yellow SeaThe Washington Quarterly 40, no. 4 (2017): 183-197.

Darcie Draudt (2016). South Korea’s National Identity Crisis in the Face of Emerging MulticulturalismGeorgetown Journal of International Affairs, 17, no. 1.

Scott A. Snyder and Darcie Draudt (2015). First Mover Responses to North Korean Instability: The Intervention-Legitimacy ParadoxInternational Journal of Korean Unification Studies, 24, no. 2 (2015).


Book Chapters

Darcie Draudt (2019). Multiculturalism as State Developmental Policy in Global KoreaKorea and the World: New Frontiers in Korean Studies, Gregg A. Brazinsky, ed. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Darcie Draudt (2016). Family Tradition: Modern Representation and the Ideal Woman in Kim Jong-un’s First Year. Change and Continuity in North Korean Politics, Adam Cathcart et al., eds. New York: Routledge.


Book Reviews

Darcie Draudt (2015). Book Review: Marching Through Suffering: Loss and Survival in North Korea, by Sandra Fahy. British Association for Korean Studies.


Working Papers and Reports

Darcie Draudt (June 2018). U.S.-ROK RelationsSpecial Forum, Asan Institute for Policy Studies.

Scott A. Snyder, Darcie Draudt, and Jacky Park (February 2017). The Korean Pivot: Seoul’s Strategic Choices and Rising Rivalries in Northeast Asia. Council on Foreign Relations Discussion Paper.

Patrick M. Cronin, Van Jackson, Elbridge Colby, Richard Fontaine, David Eunpyoung Lee, Brian Kirk, Darcie Draudt, and Hannah Suh (December 2015). Solving Long Division: The Geopolitical Implications of Korean Unification, Center for a New American Security Report.