Wilson Center Experts
Charles Kraus is a Program Assistant with the Wilson Center's History and Public Policy Program, working with its North Korea International Documentation Project (NKIDP) and Cold War International History Project (CWIHP).
Kraus' research focuses on the interplay between domestic and foreign policies in China’s border regions after 1945. His publications have appeared in Cold War History, Journal of Cold War Studies, Chinese Historical Review, and Journal of Korean Studies, among other peer reviewed journals, magazines, and web platforms.
B.A. in History, Hiram College, 2010.
Archival research in the Archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China, Shanghai Municipal Archives, Huangpu District Archives, Zhabei District Archives, Jing'an District Archives, the National Archives and Records Administration, the United Nations Archives and Records Management Section, the National Security Archive, the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, and the Jimmy Carter Library.
Chinese history; Korean history; Cold War history; US-Asian relations; diplomatic history; archival research