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CONTRIBUTORS Gorild Heggelund is Director of Global Programme and Senior Research Fellow at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway. Her main research areas are China's energy and climate issues and environmental policy in general. She has lived in China for a num­ ber of years, has studied at Beijing University, and has worked in the United Nations Development Program office in Beijing, with responsibility for energy and environmental projects. (E-mail: goerild.heggelund@fni.no) Dong-Jin Jang is Professor of Political Science at Yonsei Universi­ ty, Korea. His research fields are liberalism, theories of justice, and democracy. Dr. Jang's publications include Liberal Political Philosophy: An Analysis of Contemporary Debates. He is also the translator into Korean of John Rawls's Political Liberalism and The Law of Peoples, and Will Kymlicka's Contemporary Political Philoso­ phy. His current research project seeks to illuminate debates about contemporary liberalism from an East Asian perspective. (E-mail: jang@mail.yonsei.ac.kr) Seung-Ho Jung is a researcher at the Korea Institute for Interna­ tional Economic Policy, Seoul, Korea. He was previously the pro­ ject coordinator for the Inter-Korean Knowledge Partnership Pro­ jects at the KDI School of Public Policy and Management. (E-mail: two@kiep.go.kr) Jih-Un Kim is Assistant Professor of International Relations at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. He is broadly interested in China, Korea-China relations, and migrant/refugee issues in East Asia. Professor Kim's articles have appeared in Asian Perspective, China Environment Series, and International Policy Journal (online). (E-mail: kimjih@webster.edu) Debra Liang-Fenton has been Executive Director of the U.S. Com­ mittee for Human Rights in North Korea since its establishment in 2001. Before joining the Committee, Debra directed the U.S. Insti­ tute of Peace's first Human Rights Implementation Program. She is the editor of Implementing U.S. Human Rights Policy: Agendas, Policies and Practices (USIP Press, 2004). (E-mail: hmk_org@hotmail. com) Jin Park is Professor at the KDI School of Public Policy and Manage­ ment, Seoul, Korea. He was previously the director of the Adminis­ tration Reform Team of the ROK Ministry of Planning and Budget, and a former research fellow at the Center for North Korean Eco­ nomic Studies at KDI. (E-mail: jinpark@kdischool.ac.kr) Bo-hyuk Suh is a visiting research fellow at the Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, and was an expert adviser on North Korean human rights at the National Human Rights Commission of Korea. His recent publications include North Korean Human Rights: Theory, Reality, and Policy (Hanul, forthcoming, in Korean) and Issues in Contemporary Korean Studies (co-authored, Hanul, 2005, in Korean). (E-mail: suhbh21@naver.com) Dennis D. Trinidad is Associate Professor and Chair in the International Studies Department, De La Salle University-Manila, the Philippines. A specialist in political economy and comparative politics, his major research interests include development assis­ tance, political economy of reform, and economic change and institutions. His most recent articles appear in the Philippine Politi­ cal Science Journal and the Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies. (E-mail: trinidadd@dlsu.edu.ph) Shirley Po-san Wan is Research Officer at the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her recent publications include "Lifestyle and Class: The Experiences of Cultural Globalization in Taipei and Hong Kong" (co-authored, 2006), Trends and Challenges ofSocial Development: The Experiences of Hong Kong and Taiwan (co-edited, 2006), and Indicators of Social Development: Hong Kong 2004 (co-edited, 2005). (E-mail: shirleywan @cuhk.edu.hk) Timothy Ka-ying Wong is Research Associate Professor of the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies at The Chinese Uni­ versity of Hong Kong. Professor Wong's major research interests include cross-Taiwan Strait relations and social and political devel­ opment in Taiwan and Hong Kong. He has published a number of books and book chapters and has contributed to journals such as Nations and Nationalism, Journal of Contemporary China, Democrati­ zation, and Social Indicators Research. (E-mail: kayingwong@cuhk. edu.hk) ...

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