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The Korean Journal of International Studies 14-3 (December 2016), 369-524
The Capabilities-based Analysis of Alliance Transformation in the Asia-Pacific: Focusing on the ROK-US and US-Philippines Alliances
Jiyun Kih and Jaechun Kim
The Korean Journal of International Studies 14-3 (December 2016), 369-389
North Korea’s Emerging Nuclear State Identity: Discursive Construction and Performative Enactment
Eric J. Ballbach
The Korean Journal of International Studies 14-3 (December 2016), 391-414
Do Democratic Institutions Reduce Human Rights Violations or Just Prevent More Violations than Current Levels? An Exogenous Explanation of Human Rights Improvements in Democracies
Youngsoo Yu
The Korean Journal of International Studies 14-3 (December 2016), 415-446
Unresolved Comfort Women Issue: How Pragmatism Precludes Reconciliation
Patrick Hein
The Korean Journal of International Studies 14-3 (December 2016), 447-460
<Special Section Commemorating the 60th Anniversary
of the Korean Association of International Studies (KAIS)>
Not So Universal? The Search for Indigenous International Relations Theories in South Korea
Byoung Won Min
The Korean Journal of International Studies 14-3 (December 2016), 461-487
Studies of International Political Economy in Korea: 50 Years Plus 10
Seokwoo Kim
The Korean Journal of International Studies 14-3 (December 2016), 489-506
The State of Research on Inter-Korean Relations Based on KJIR and KJIS Articles
Seongji Woo
The Korean Journal of International Studies 14-3 (December 2016), 507-524
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


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.
A New Interpretation of Korea-Japan Relations: 'Rights Revolution' of Sex Slaves and Forced Laborers in the Courtroom
Ja-hyun Chun and Youcheer Kim
Received March 31, 2014; Accepted June 3, 2014.
Rising China and the Evolution of China-North Korea Relations
Hochul Lee
Received October 29, 2013; Accepted January 19, 2014.