Mr. Johannes Nordin was an intern at ISDP’s Stockholm Korea Center who, at the time of his internship, was studying a master’s degree in International and European Relations at Linköping University, Sweden. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Economics and wrote his BA thesis on the topic of U.S. drone strikes in the Middle East and Pashtunistan.
Mr. Nordin has previously worked for the non-profit organization – Sweden for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and, more recently – the Swedish Central Board of Student Finance. His research interests focus on conflict prevention, nuclear disarmament, and the United Nations Security Council.
Publications by Johannes Nordin
Taking Back Control: South Korea and the Politics of OPCON Transfer
Summary 1. The Moon government aims to achieve OPCON transfer (wartime control of its armed forces) by 2022, in accordance with a transition plan agreed upon with the United States. […]