Jetnor Kasmi holds a Political Science degree with emphasis in International Relations from Methodist University, USA; and MA degree in Development Policy from KDI School of Public Policy and Management, South Korea. Originally from Tirana, Albania, Jetnor attended the United World College in Norway. At Methodist University, he co-founded the university’s chapter of Amnesty International, worked as a research assistant and History teaching assistant, and tutored students in History, Italian, and Spanish. Jetnor is interested in cultural conflict, Chinese foreign policy, and local government decentralization. Jetnor has published a paper regarding the Romany rights in the Balkan region, and policy analysis regarding the South Korean politics. Papers under publication include policy analysis regarding the Belt and Road Initiative in the Balkan Region.
By Jetnor Kasmi 2010 was a very fundamental year for South Korea, as a host of the G20 Leaders Summit- the first Asian country to do so. South Korea earned international recognition and rose... Read more
By Jetnor Kasmi South Korea’s rapid economic transformation since early 1960 from a poor and aid-dependent country to an economic powerhouse by 1990. South Korea’s might was internationally... Read more