Hyuk Kim

Hyuk Kim

Research Fellow

[email protected]
Monterey, CA

Areas of Research

  • Export controls and nonproliferation sanctions
  • Open-source information analysis
  • Global nuclear politics
  • The North Korean nuclear program
  • Inter-Korean relations
  • Technology transfer controls
  • Emerging technology – artificial intelligence


Hyuk Kim is a Research Fellow for the Export Control and Nonproliferation Program (XNP) at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies. Mr. Kim supports the Center’s export controls and nonproliferation-related research and educational activities.

For Hyuk Kim’s analysis and data on North Korea, see the links below.


Prior to joining CNS in 2019, Mr. Kim served as a Nonproliferation and Nuclear Security Fellow at Pacific Forum and a guest researcher at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. He also worked for Daewoo International Corporation as a trade manager for chemical products trading.

Hyuk Kim is a certified AI developer and holds a TensorFlow Developer Certificate.


Mr. Kim holds a MA in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, a University Diploma in International Nuclear Law from Montpellier University 1, and a BS in Nuclear Engineering from Seoul National University.

CNS Work

View list on separate page