October 03, 2022


Kangkyu Lee

Kangkyu Lee is a Ph.D. candidate at Georgia Tech. Previously he was the Korea Foundation Resident Research Fellow at Pacific Forum, where he researched the impact of artificial intelligence on international relations and cybersecurity.


Semiconductor wars: South Korea puts chips at center of national security

New President Yoon Suk-yeol seeks to boost domestic production to shield against future supply chain shocks

Kangkyu LeeKangkyu LeeJuly 22, 2022

Why the US should treat North Korean cyberattacks as seriously as missile tests

Washington has failed to revamp its strategy in response to DPRK cyber operations, imperiling denuclearization efforts

Kangkyu LeeKangkyu LeeJuly 13, 2022

North Korea is stronger and more resilient than US policymakers think

The Biden administration must consider whether the status quo is really unsustainable for Pyongyang

Kangkyu LeeKangkyu LeeMay 12, 2021

North Korean AI tech is improving and the potential for weapons is ‘monstrous’

Artificial intelligence has the potential to augment North Korea’s cyber and even nuclear weapons capabilities

Kangkyu LeeKangkyu LeeDecember 24, 2020