The Center for Korean Legal Studies in the News
Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, and Henri Féron '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center were quoted in the American political news blog ThinkProgress on the new round of sanctions against North Korea imposed by the U.N. Security Council (September 12, 2017).
Henri Féron, '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center for Korean Legal Studies, spoke with Bloomberg on the North Korean economy and its ability to sidestep sanctions (August 13, 2017).
Henri Féron, '16, postdoctoral research scholar at the Center for Korean Legal Studies, was interviewed by the French daily Libération, on North Korea's economic growth in spite of the ongoing sanctions (July 26, 2017).
CNBC and the Wall Street Journal
Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, was interviewed by CNBC on the arrest of Samsung heir and leader Lee Jae-yong (February 16, 2017).
He also commented on the arrest in an interview with the Wall Street Journal (February 17, 2017).
Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, commented on the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, which was featured on the Arirang News website in 2011. The full video, with Roh's commentary beginning at 40:26, was featured on the Arirang News website as No. 1113 / 2011-12-20 / ARIRANG TODAY 07:00. See related past events co-sponsored by the center.
Jeong-Ho Roh '88 hosted a radio show on Radio Korea AM 1660 that covered issues such as North Korea's nuclear problem and prospects for the Six Party Talks, the future of U.S.-North Korea relations, and the debate over the repeal of the Korean National Security Act. The show aired every Monday from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. throughout the tri-state area.
“South Korea's Choice: President Roh Moo Hyun”
Jeong-Ho Roh '88 (second from right) appeared in February 2003 on the PBS program Asian America in a discussion on South Korea's new president, Roh Moo-Hyun. The other panelists were (left to right) Tony Emerson, Newsweek international senior editor; Nicholas Kristof, The New York Times columnist; and John Chambers, managing director of Standard & Poor's. The program also aired in South Korea.
New York Times
Jeong-Ho Roh '88, Director of the Center for Korean Legal Studies, commented to the New York Times on the lack of a formal end to the Korean War, and the ongoing implications for the relationship between South Korea and North Korea (August 10, 1997).
There are a number of seasonal reports connected to the Center for Korean Studies from 2001 to 2005.