Authors

Darcie Draudt

Darcie Draudt is an advisor for public policy at StratWays, a geopolitical risk consultancy with focus on Northeast Asia and the United States. Draudt is also a PhD Candidate in the Department of Political Science at the Johns Hopkins University. Draudt’s research explores national strategy and state-society relations, including national identity, rights and citizenship, immigration policy, and policy processes in East Asia.

Draudt previously was a visiting scholar at the Yonsei University Department of Political Science and a Korea Foundation dissertation fieldwork fellow. She was also a research associate for the Program on US-Korea Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations, a non-resident James A. Kelly Korean Studies fellow at Pacific Forum (formerly Pacific Forum CSIS), and a field researcher for the International Organization for Migration Research and Training Center in South Korea. Draudt’s writings have appeared in The Washington Quarterly, The National Interest, Citizenship Studies, and The Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, and her analysis has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Financial Times, and Bloomberg News.

Articles by Darcie Draudt