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The Korean Journal of International Studies 21-3 (December 2023), 311-499
Original Articles
Trapped In Bloody Hell? Civilian Killing and Civil War Recurrence
JungGyu Eum and Geunwook Lee
The Korean Journal of International Studies 21-3 (December 2023), 311-338
Bandwagoning for Profit in the East Asian International System: Goryeo’s Foreign Policy Choice During the Khitan-Jurchen Power Struggle
Junsu Seo
The Korean Journal of International Studies 21-3 (December 2023), 339-359
“Three Images” Explanations of Aid Giving and An Empirical Analysis
Seokwoo Kim
The Korean Journal of International Studies 21-3 (December 2023), 361-381
US Monetary Hegemony Infrastructural Linkages Between States and Markets
Kyuteg Lim
The Korean Journal of International Studies 21-3 (December 2023), 383-408
Contesting Hegemony: The Rise of BRICS and the Crisis of US-led Western Hegemony in the MENA Region
Muhammed Kürşad Özekin and Engin Sune
The Korean Journal of International Studies 21-3 (December 2023), 409-446
Water Public-Private Partnerships from the Urban Regime Perspective: A Case Study of Jiangsu Province
Jihye Oh
The Korean Journal of International Studies 21-3 (December 2023), 447-470
Japan’s Taiwan Policy in New Era of Alliance Dilemma: Multidimensional Hedging
Ying Ying and Seong-ho Sheen
The Korean Journal of International Studies 21-3 (December 2023), 471-499
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 ......
 
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Bridging the Theoretical Gap between Public Diplomacy and Cultural Diplomacy
Hwajung Kim
Received February 10, 2017; Accepted June 13, 2017.
Understanding the Structures and Contents of National Interests: An Analysis of Structural Equation Modeling
Charles Chong-Han Wu
Received May 30, 2017; Accepted September 14, 2017.
The Making of a Cold War Turning Point: The Sino-Soviet Split and the Prelude to Detente with the United States, 1965-1968
Jein Do
Received March 31, 2014; Accepted June 5, 2014.

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