search for




 

The Korean Journal of International Studies 19-3 (December 2021), 275-403
Original Articles
The Feasibility of Punishment and the Credibility of Threats: Case Studies on the First Moroccan and the Rhineland Crises
Yang Gyu Kim
The Korean Journal of International Studies 19-3 (December 2021), 275-302
What is Behind the China Rule in 2007: Motivations for the Bush Administration’s Export Control Policy Against China
Sanghyun Han
The Korean Journal of International Studies 19-3 (December 2021), 303-338
The Heterogeneous Impacts of the Ratification of CEDAW on the Adoption of Violence Against Women Laws
Byung-Deuk Woo
The Korean Journal of International Studies 19-3 (December 2021), 339-375
Southeast Asian Public Perceptions of China: Clusters and Gaps
Yoonah Oh
The Korean Journal of International Studies 19-3 (December 2021), 377-403
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
  • KCI 문헌 유사도 검사
  • Turnitin
  • ORCID
  • ISNI KOREA
Bridging the Theoretical Gap between Public Diplomacy and Cultural Diplomacy
Hwajung Kim
Received February 10, 2017; Accepted June 13, 2017.
The Biggest Match of All: Football Clashes with HIV/AIDS
Mark W. DeLancey
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.