Adam Cathcart, PhD | Founder & Senior Editor
Adam Cathcart, PhD, is founder of Sino-NK and a lecturer at Leeds University in the UK. Dr. Cathcart’s research and publication program falls into three broad categories: China-North Korea relations, Sino-Japanese relations, and East-West cultural relations. He has been interviewed by BBC, NPR, and Huffington Post Live, and quoted in the Wall Street Journal and Reuters. His writings have been featured in The Atlantic, Foreign Policy, The Diplomat, and the Daily NK. He is the co-author of a book manuscript concerning North Korean-Chinese relations and borderlands from 1945-1950.
Steven Denney, PhD | Managing Editor
Steven Denney, PhD, is an assistant professor of East Asian Economy and Society in the Department of East Asia Studies at the University of Vienna. As a comparativist that specializes in East Asian affairs with a focus on the Koreas, his core and current research centers on the study of two areas: (im)migration, citizenship, and national identity (i); and comparative political economy (ii). He holds a Ph.D in Political Science from the University of Toronto, an MA in Global Affairs and Policy from Yonsei University, and a BA in Political Science from Harding University.
Christopher Green, PhD | Senior Editor
Christopher Green, PhD, is a lecturer in Korean Studies at Leiden University in the Netherlands. He is the former Manager of International Affairs for Daily NK in Seoul and Korean Penisula program director at International Crisis Group. His research interests span the socio-political economy, ideology and mediascape of the two Koreas, and the multi-faceted impact of inter-Korean division. His writings have been featured in The Guardian, Al Jazeera, World Politics Review, Asia Times, Asia Sentinel, and NKnews. He has been interviewed by NPR, the BBC, Sky News, Reuters, CNN, and a great many others.
Anthony Rinna | Senior Editor
Anthony “Tony” Rinna analyzes the interactions between Russia and Eurasia (particularly Mongolia) and the Korean Peninsula. In particular he is interested in DPRK-Russia economic and security ties, and the wider effects of DPRK-Russia bilateral ties in Northeast Asia as a whole. He has served with various policy institutes such as the Foreign Policy Research Institute and the Project for Nuclear Awareness. He is also a research analyst at the Wikistrat geostrategic consulting firm. He has lived in South Korea since 2014.
Yujin Lim | Analyst
Yujin Lim, previously a researcher at the European Institute for Asian Studies in Brussels, is a PhD candidate at the University of Leeds. She earned an MA in Political Strategy and Communication with International Conflict and Security from University of Kent, and her primary research focus is on US-China relations and East Asian security. Yujin’s research output cover topics ranging from national and human security to legal aspects of international issues, and political communication.