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The Korean Journal of International Studies 17-3 (December 2019), 267-414
Comparative Study on the Distinctive Strategies and Factors of China’s Negotiation with Taiwan and South Korea’s Negotiation with North Korea: Focusing on the ECFA and GIC
Wonwoo Shin
The Korean Journal of International Studies 17-3 (December 2019), 267-302
The Rise of the US Federal Reserve as a World Monetary Authority: Revisiting the Volcker Shock
Kyuteg Lim
The Korean Journal of International Studies 17-3 (December 2019), 303-336
The Geopolitics of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor(CPEC) and its Security Implications for India
Don McLain Gill
The Korean Journal of International Studies 17-3 (December 2019), 337-354
How did Taiwan’s Critical Election Changed China’s Taiwan Policy in the Early 2000s: A Modified Two-Level Game Analysis
Do Young Gong and Eunbong Choi
The Korean Journal of International Studies 17-3 (December 2019), 355-384
Assessing Threats to South Korea’s Undersea Communications Cable Infrastructure
Sean O’Malley
The Korean Journal of International Studies 17-3 (December 2019), 385-414
The Korean Journal of International Studies (KJIS) is the official journal of the Korean Association of International Studies (KAIS). It is a triannual peer-reviewed academic journal covering global and regional affairs and theoretical debates in the field of international relations and area studies. The KJIS ......
 
KJIS Award


Bridging the Theoretical Gap between Public Diplomacy and Cultural Diplomacy
Hwajung Kim
Received February 10, 2017; Accepted June 13, 2017.
Pipeline Politics between Europe and Russia: A Historical Review from the Cold War to the Post-Cold War
Jae-Seung Lee and Daniel Connolly
Received October 27, 2015; Accepted January 5, 2016.
Political Risks and Japanese Foreign Direct Investment in East Asia: A Case Study of “China-Plus-One”
Keisuke Iida
Received December 5, 2014; Accepted July 24, 2015.