Posts by: June Park

[EXPERT PANEL] Europe and Asia Fighting COVID-19 Together: Mutual Lessons from the Pandemic (KDIS-FUIKS Korea Europe Center)

On September 29, 2021, I will be on an online panel with other distinguished panelists on Europe-Asia COVID-19 Cooperation hosted by the KDIS-FUIKS Korea-Europe Center organized by Dr. Tereza Novotná of the Free University of Berlin in Germany. I will speak briefly on my project currently ongoing at Princeton, which is an investigation into South […]

[PUBLICATION+LECTURE] The Weaponization of Supply Chains (Rhodes College, JPOSS/Harvard University, University of Warwick)

The two pieces on semiconductors that I wrote in the East Asia Forum garnered considerable interest from academic and policy audiences. The thesis of the latest EAF is expanded in my latest draft article under review, ‘The Weaponization of Supply Chains in the Contactless Economy under COVID-19: The Role of the U.S.-China Race for Supremacy in […]

[EIU ViewsWire] North Korea cyber-attacks raise security threat to the South

North Korea cyber-attacks raise security threat to the South, ViewsWire, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), September 16, 2021.

[PUBLICATION + LECTURE] EAF sequel piece on Semiconductors published / Webinar at Australian National University

In May 2021, the East Asia Forum at Australian National University requested an update on the Japan-South Korean chip war which began in July 2019. I had been working on semiconductors for the past few years and was in the middle of preparing for my manuscript for peer-review in line with the latest developments. I learned […]

[FELLOWSHIP] 2021-22 Fung Global Fellows cohort announced at Princeton University

The cohort of the Fung Global Fellows for the 2021-22 academic year has just been announced. Click the picture above to read more about our work. Also, click on this article to read about the program and this year’s research theme: Fung Global Fellows to focus on ‘Sustainable Futures’.

[PUBLICATIONS] Research article in the Italian journal PArtecipazione e COnflitto (PACO) and Commentary for NBR on Public Health and Data Privacy

The article I had been working on since last summer is finally being published at the Italian journal, PArtecipazione e COnflitto (PACO), in the special issue on COVID-19 and the Structural Crisis of Liberal Democracies. The research for this article was awarded the Fung Global Fellowship at Princeton University in 2021: June Park. “Governing a […]

[DOSSIER] Contribution on Semiconductors to Italian think-tank ISPI (Instituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale) published

My latest contribution on semiconductors in global manufacturing has been published in an edited dossier by the Italian Institute for International Political Studies, or ISPI (Instituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale), an Italian think-tank in Milan, Italy and a partner of the G20 Summit hosted by the Italian government in 2021. June Park. ‘Why […]

[EXPERT PANEL] Webinar on ‘Decoupling from China? Managing reputational and compliance risks in global supply chains’ with Aperio Intelligence

On June 16, 2021, I will speak on an expert panel on the geopolitics and the risk management arising from decoupling from China. I will be offering analysis from the broader context of tech decoupling and its limitations. Please RSVP at the link below to attend. Webinar: Decoupling from China? Managing reputational and compliance risks in […]

[FELLOWSHIP] Selected as inaugural Salzburg Global Seminar-Korea Foundation Fellow

I have been selected as one of the inaugural Salzburg Global Seminar-Korea Foundation Fellows for the 2021-2022 academic year (May 2021-May 2022). I will work closely with Dr. Charles Ehrlich of Salzburg Global Seminar and will conduct a capstone project, ‘Post-Pandemic Conflicts in Data Governance and Technology: The Varieties of Data Protection Regulations in the EU, South Korea, […]

[REPORT & 2,000 TREES] Expert Participation in ‘Perception of the Planned EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism in the Asia Pacific’ by Konrad Adenauer Foundation

At the end of 2020, I participated in an expert survey conducted by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, called ‘Perception of the Planned EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism in the Asia Pacific’. Set to be proposed by the EU Parliament in June 2021 for implementation from 2022, there are questions that may arise in addition to […]