Research Professor, Political Science
Pacific Century Institute Senior Fellow, Korean Peninsula Affairs Center
M.A., Cornell University, 1976
Foreign Relations – Korea (North & South), Geopolitics – Northeast Asia, Track II Diplomacy, culture & history of the Korean Peninsula
- The Politics of North and South Korea
Carriere’s professional experience includes a
30-year career as an administrator in the nonprofit sector, initially as the
executive director of the Fulbright Program in Seoul, Korea and later as the
executive vice president of The Korea Society in New York City.
While residing in South Korea from 1969 and
1993, apart from the Fulbright Program, Carriere also supervised the grant program
activities of the East West Center and the Humphrey Fellowship Program as well
as all the testing activities of the Educational Testing Service. Other
positions included editorial consultant and translator (Korean to English) for
the Korean National Commission for UNESCO, adjunct instructor in anthropology and Asian
studies in the Far Eastern Division of the University of Maryland, and counselor
and president of the Korea Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (RAS).
Carriere has been involved in developing and
administering Track II as well as educational and cultural exchange programs with
North Korea since the mid-1990s. In this capacity, he has been a consulting
professor in the Center of International Security and Cooperation at Stanford
University, a consultant on North Korea to several other academic institutions,
the Turner Foundation, several media corporations and many nonprofit
organizations. He is a member of the National Committee on North Korea.
Establishing a 501(c)3, nonprofit organization
to design, resource and implement various confidence-building measures (CBMs)
in support of U.S.-led multilateral diplomacy in pursuit of a durable peace on
the Korean Peninsula.