November 27, 2022

About the author

Joseph Yi

Joseph Yi (PhD, University of Chicago) is an associate professor of political science at Hanyang University (Seoul). Yi studies the development of individual liberty in various settings, from mature democracies (e.g., USA) to young democracies (South Korea) to closed autocracies (North Korea); and communication and cooperation across social groups and countries. His published essays and research are available at https://hanyang.academia.edu/JosephYi; Email: 

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