New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Seymour graduated from Yale University in 1957.
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Seymour obtained his doctor's degree from Columbia University in 1968.
SPEAHRhead: Bulletin of the Society for the Protection of East Asians’ Human Rights - journal
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This text looks at the future orientation of the People's Liberation Army. It covers military leadership, readiness and expenditure, defense doctrine, high-tech warfare acquisitions, the scientific and technological base for defense procurement and China's security concerns in Northeast Asia.
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In the case of each province under study, the authors discuss the history of the provincial prison system and the impact that each has had at the macro, meso, and micro levels.
Seymour was educated at Yale University, receiving his bachelor's degree in 1957. Eleven years later he obtained his doctor's degree from Columbia University.
Early in his career, Seymour taught at New York University, as a chair of the Politics Department in Washington Square College. In 1980 he joined Columbia University as a senior research scholar at East Asian Institute. He still works at that university. He was a member of board of advisers of Asian-Pacific Council on Democracy, as well as a member of Commission on American-Asian Relations Center for Development Policy. Seymour held a position of an adviser for China Democratic Parties’ Overseas Center.
Currently, Seymour holds a position of an adjunct associate professor at Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies of Chinese University of Hong Kong. Seymour is also an honorary senior research fellow of the Universities Service Centre for China Studies of Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Seymour is a contributor to academic journals. He is also a founder of journal Chinese Law and Government, he served there as an editor and as a member of editorial board. For 5 years from 1979, Seymour worked as an editor of journal SPEAHRhead: Bulletin of the Society for the Protection of East Asians’ Human Rights. Another journals where he served were Chinese Sociology and Anthropology, Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars and China Information (Leiden, Netherlands) and American Asian Review and Human Rights Quarterly.
Seymour is the author of books titled China: The Politics of Revolutionary Reintegration, China Rights Annals, Volume I: Human Rights Developments in the People's Republic of China, China's Satellite Parties and New Ghosts, Old Ghosts: Prison Camps and the Laogai System in Contemporary China.
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Seymour is a treasurer and a director of The Hongkong-based labor rights organization China Labour Bulletin.
Seymour is a member of the Amnesty International and the Committee to Protect Journalists. He is also a life member of the Association for Asian Studies, as well as an executive director of the Society for the Protection of East Asians’ Human Rights.