Edward Howell

ESRC Scholar & MPhil Candidate in International Relations, Oxford University

Edward Howell is an Economic and Social Research Council scholar in International Relations at Oxford University, where his research focuses on North Korea's ongoing survival as a regime-state. Analyzing North Korea from a more socio-cultural perspective within International Relations, Edward also researches widely on East Asia, namely the Korean Peninsula. As a double first class Geography graduate from Oxford University, Edward's recent work within socio-cultural geography has included investigation of Korean migrants in the UK, particularly those who have renounced their Korean passports, and their maintenance of belonging to homeland and hostland.