Caroline Kearney

PhD Candidate
Yonsei University


Member Since 2018

Caroline is a PhD candidate in Korean Studies at Yonsei University and a 2023-24 US - Asia Grand Strategy Predoctoral Fellow at the University of Southern California's Korean Studies Institute. Previously, she authored the Month-in-Review document for NK Pro. Prior to that she organized dialogues and workshops on the Korean Peninsula issue at an NGO in Cambodia. She is the author of a CPCS report titled Seizing a Window of Opportunity for Peace on the Korean Peninsula and has written analysis for the Institute for Security and Development Policy (ISDP) and Jeju Peace Institute. Caroline has also participated in advocacy activities to promote peace on the peninsula in Washington, D.C., Brussels and New York. 

Caroline received an MA in Global Affairs with a concentration in Conflict and Development from George Mason University. She has a BA in Political Science from Troy University in Alabama. She speaks Korean and Spanish.