International studies

Anxiety geopolitics: Hybrid warfare, civilisational geopolitics, and the Janus-faced politics of anxiety

Abstract Working at the intersection of political geography and international relations, this article does two things. First, it theorises the…

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Tweaking or Breaking of the International Order

By Youn Ki – The Korean Journal of International Studies 19-1 (April 2021), 1-28 Abstract This study analyzes the Nixon…

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Explaining the Maintenance Process of International Rivalries

By Chaekwang You – The Korean Journal of International Studies 14-1 (April 2016), 131-59. Abstract The paper begins with a…

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What Makes Autocracies’ Soft Power Strategies Special?

By Artem Patalakh  – The Korean Journal of International Studies 15-1 (April 2017), 41-69. Abstract The paper problematizes the national…

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Adaptational Pressure, Domestic Politics and the Evolution of the European Monetary System

Abstract   Extant literature on EMU fails to explain why European countries chose it at the expense of other alternatives…

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Ancient Theory of International Relations

Certain principles of interstate relations may also be found in ancient literature or may be deduced from the external dealings…

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The End of China’s Rise Beijing Is Running Out of Time to Remake the World

The prevailing consensus, in Washington and overseas, is that China is surging past the United States. “If we don’t get…

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Games Theory in Political Sience

Meaning of Games Theory: Oxford Concise Dictionary of Politics defines game theory in the following words: “A game is any…

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International Relations: Meaning and Nature

In the very beginning of the civilized world the states were mutually interlinked. In modern times the world has greatly…

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