- Measuring Country Images: Four Lessons from South Korea Mar 23, 2020
- A Typology of People-to-People Diplomacy Mar 12, 2020
- Let’s Delineate the Boundaries of Public Diplomacy Mar 11, 2019
- Inter-Korean People-to-People Diplomacy Feb 5, 2018
Kadir Jun Ayhan is a professor at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Graduate School of International and Area Studies (HUFS), and Associate Editor, Quality & Quantity (SSCI) Associate Editor, Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia (SCOPUS). Before joining HUFS, Ayhan worked as a lecturer at the Seoul National University GSIS. His main research interests include public diplomacy, power in world politics, Korean foreign policy and active learning pedagogy for international relations.
Ayhan serves as Associate Editor for Quality & Quantity and Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia. He earned his Bachelor of Commerce in Economics and International Trade (2008) from The University of Auckland, his Master of International Studies (2010) and his Ph.D. in International Studies (2016) from Seoul National University.
Ayhan’s most recent articles are “Transferring Knowledge to Narrative Worlds: Applying Power Taxonomy to Science Fiction Films” (International Studies Perspectives), "Rethinking Korea’s Middle-Power Diplomacy as a Nation Branding Project" (Korea Observer) and "The Boundaries of Public Diplomacy and Non-state Actors: A Taxonomy of Perspectives" (International Studies Perspectives).
2019, "Assessing Propaganda Effectiveness in North Korea: A Limited Access Case Study," in Paul Baines, Nicholas O'Shaughnessy & Nancy Snow (Eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Propaganda (with Efe Sevin, Won Yong Jang, & Hyelim Lee)