Frank Sampson Jannuzi
Hitachi International Affairs Fellow
Frank Jannuzi serves as the East Asia specialist for the minority staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. As chief advisor for the region stretching from Japan to Australia, including Indochina and archipelagic Southeast Asia, his responsibilities include the entire range of security, political, economic, law enforcement, and human rights issues. Mr. Jannuzi reports to Senator Joseph R. Biden (D-DE), the Ranking Member of the Foreign Relations Committee, advising him on policy options, drafting legislation authorizing U.S. diplomatic operations, security assistance, and foreign aid, and representing Senator Biden in discussions with the American public as well as with foreign government officials and the media. From 1989-1997, Mr. Jannuzi worked as the East Asia regional political-military analyst for the Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR), U.S. Department of State. His portfolio at INR included a variety of regional security issues, including the Korean Peninsula, China’s defense modernization, and territorial disputes in the South China Sea and Kuril Islands. Mr. Jannuzi was the founding editor-in-chief of Peacekeeping Perspectives, the State Department’s classified journal on multilateral peacekeeping and humanitarian operations. Mr. Jannuzi holds a B.A. in history from Yale University and a M.P.P. with a concentration in international affairs and security from the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He conducted his International Affairs Fellowship in Japan, sponsored by Hitachi, Ltd., at the Institute for International Policy Studies and Keio University.
This module features teaching notes by CFR Hitachi international affairs fellow Frank Sampson Jannuzi, the director of the Council-sponsored Independent Task Force on U.S.-China Relations, along with other resources to supplement the text. The report takes stock of the changes under way in China and what they mean for U.S.-China relations.
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The following is a background paper prepared for the Council's independent task force, "Managing Change on the Korean Peninsula."
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