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  • NA Yongwoo

    Research Fellow, Humanitarianism and Cooperation Research Division, Korea Institute for National Unification
    Republic of Korea

    Parallel Session 3

    NA Yongwoo

    Research Fellow, Humanitarianism and Cooperation Research Division, Korea Institute for National Unification
    Republic of Korea

    Yongwoo Na is Research Fellow of Humanitarianism and Cooperation Research Division at the Korea Institute for National Unification (KINU). Dr. Na was a senior researcher at the Center for Good Democracy of Sungkyunkwan University, and a visiting researcher at Center for Peace and Security Studies of Georgetown University. Dr. Na majors in political science, especially in international relations and energy politics. Recently he has been focusing on the exchange and cooperation between South Korea and North Korea. His recent writings include Conditions and Tasks for Inter-Korean Health and Medical Cooperation in the COVID-19 era (Korean, 2021), New Strategies and Initiatives for the New Southern Policy and New Northern Policy (Korean, 2020), New Strategies and Tasks for the Decentralized Policy towards North Korea (Korean, 2019), Changes of North-South Korean Relationships and Foreign Policy of Northeast Asian Region (Co-edited, Korean, 2019), Peace and International Politics of the Korean Peninsula (Co-edited, Korean, 2018), North-South Korea’s Energy Cooperation for sustainable Peace and Prosperity on Korean Peninsula (Korean, 2019), New ‘Local Governance’ for Peace and Prosperity of Korean Peninsula: Focusing on the Roles of Local Governments of Exchange and Cooperation between South and North Korea (Co-authorship, 2018), The External Opening Policy in Kim Jong-un’s Era and Inter-Korean Cooperation: A Search for New Model of Economic Cooperation through North Korea’s Economic Development Zones Strategy (Co-authorship, 2017), The Acceleration of North Korea’s Nuclear Capability and the Searching for South Korea’s New Policy toward North Korea (Co-authorship, 2017), The Hyper-connected Hybrid Era and Cybersecurity: A Securitiztion of Cyber Space and Proposals for Cybersecurity in Korea (Korean, 2017).

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