Panelists’ Biographies

“Theater Missile Defense in East Asia Perspectives on Regional Implications” Missile Defense Initiative Panel Seminars San Francisco, CA — August 13, 2001 Los Angeles, CA — August 14, 2001 Panelists’ Biographies LI Bin Li Bin is currently associate professor and director of the Arms Control Program at the Institute of International Studies at Tsinghua University […]

Li Bin

Li Bin  received his Bachelor and Master Degrees in Physics from Peking University in 1985 and 1988, respectively.  In 1990, he entered the Graduate School of China Academy of Engineering Physics (CAEP) to study arms control.  At the same time, he worked as a part-time technical assitant at the Committee of Science, Technology and Industry […]


ABSTRACT Following the end of the cold war, a lot of positive developments have been witnessed in the regional security in the East Asia.  These developments include the continuous relaxation of the tension in the region, which resulted from the Soviet and Russian withdrawal from the region and the end of superpower confrontation; political solutions […]


“Partnership for Peace: Building Long-term Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia”  The Second Collaborative Workshop on East Asia Regional Security Futures  The Center for American Studies, Fudan University Shanghai, China, March 3-4, 2001   PRACTICAL STEPS FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT by Mitsuru Kurosawa Osaka University, Japan ABSTRACT The 2000 NPT Review Conference was held in April and May […]

Kurosawa Mitsuru

KUROSAWA Mitsuru is Professor of International Law and International Relations at Osaka School of International Public Policy and Faculty of Law, Osaka University, Japan. He received his Bachelors, Law, Masters and Doctorate degrees from Osaka University.  He also has been a Visiting Scholar at the University of Virginia, School of Law. He is the author […]

Masahiro Matsumara

Dr. Matsumura is Professor of International Politics at St. Andrew’s University in Osaka, Japan.  He specializes in US-Japan alliance and defense industrial policy.  He earned an LL.B. from Kwansei Gakuin Univeristy, an M.A. in political science from Ohio University, and a Ph.D. in government and politics from the Univesrity of Maryland.  he was a Strategic […]

Dr. Chung-in Moon

Dr. Chung-in Moon is Dean of the Graduate School of International Studies and Professor of Political Science, Yonsei University. Prior to joining to the Yonsei faculty, he taught at the University of Kentucky, Williams College, and University of California, San Diego.  He has published fifteen books and over 150 articles in edited volumes and such […]

Dr. David M. Finkelstein

Dr. Finkelstein is member of the CNA Corporation’s Center for Strategic Studies. As the Deputy Director of “Project Asia” he specializes in Asian security issues. A long-time student of Chinese security affairs, Dr. Finkelstein holds an MA and Ph.D. in Chinese history from Princeton University. He studied Chinese language at Nankai University in Tianjin. He […]

ZHU Chenghu

Professor Zhu Chenghu is an active officer serving as the deputy director of the Institute for Strategic Studies, National Defense University, the People’s Liberation Army.  He graduated from the college of International Relations at Nanjing, the Military College, and Post-Graduate School of National Defense University.  He has been teaching ad researching in the university for […]

Derek J. Mitchell

Derek J. Mitchell Senior Fellow, Asia Projects, International Security Program Center for Strategic and International Studies Derek J. Mitchell joined the Center for Strategic and International Studies on January 31, 2001, as Senior Fellow for Asia Projects in the International Security Program.  In this position, Mr. Mitchell is responsible for managing all Asia-related studies conducted in […]