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Mi-Young Lee is a visiting fellow at the Project 2049 Institute. She is an official of the Ministry of National Defense of the Republic of Korea. Lee received her B.A. from SungKyunKwan University in economics with a special interest in international trade, and finished the coursework of the Graduate School of Public Administration at Seoul National University in 2009. While having worked in the area of personnel management at MND for 9 years, she was selected as a recipient of the Korean Government Long-Term Fellowship for Overseas Study, which is aimed at developing promising young officials of the Korean government by sending them abroad for two years of study. At the Project 2049 Institute, she will be conducting research on "The ROK-US alliance and the cooperation of neighboring countries surrounding the Korean Peninsula."

 

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