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Young Soo Kim

Assistant Professor

Young Soo Kim
Young Soo Kim

Young Soo Kim, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Political Science. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Political Science from Purdue University at West Lafayette and has taught at DePauw University and Denison University. Dr. Kim teaches courses on international relations, international relations in East Asia, ethics and politics of international human rights, humanitarian interventions, international organizations, and politics of global HIV/AIDS. His research interests surround mechanisms of foreign aid policy choices of donor countries, politics of global HIV/AIDS and AIDS policymaking, international relations of East Asia, and international relations theories. His work has appeared in several peer-reviewed journals such as Comparative European Politics, Asian Perspective, International Politics, International Area Studies Review, and Journal of International and Area Studies.

 

Degrees

Ph.D., Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; M.A., Korea University Seoul, South Korea

Classes Taught

  • International Relations
  • International Relations of East Asia
  • Politics of Global HIV/AIDS
  • Politics and Ethics of International Human Rights
  • Humanitarian Interventions
  • International Organizations

Areas of Expertise

International Relations, International Human Rights, US Foreign Policy