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The Korean Journal of International Studies 15-1 (April 2017), 1-164
Alliances Rebalanced? The Social Meaning of the U.S. Pivot and Allies’ Responses in Northeast Asia
Sebastian Harnisch and Gordon Friedrichs
The Korean Journal of International Studies 15-1 (April 2017), 1-39
What Makes Autocracies’ Soft Power Strategies Special? Evidence from Russia and China
Artem Patalakh
The Korean Journal of International Studies 15-1 (April 2017), 41-69
The Pattern of North Korea’s Local Military Provocations
Sangbeom Yoo and Sangjin Kim
The Korean Journal of International Studies 15-1 (April 2017), 71-84
Does Area Studies Need Theory? Revisiting the Debate on the Future of Area Studies
Vee Chansa-Ngavej and Kyu Young Lee
The Korean Journal of International Studies 15-1 (April 2017), 85-101
News Consumption and Economic Voting: Does News Media Exposure Facilitate Economic Voting?
Han Soo Lee
The Korean Journal of International Studies 15-1 (April 2017), 103-129
Does Europe Matter in the European Electoral Arena? Populist Radical Right Party Support in the 2014 European Elections
Geeyoung Hong
The Korean Journal of International Studies 15-1 (April 2017), 131-164
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 ......