South Korea

Asian studies

Food and Nationalism

CHO, Hong Sik – Soongsil University – The Korean Journal of International Studies 4-1 (December 2006), 207-29. Abstract   In…

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Asian studies

Public Diplomacy and South Korea’s Strategies

Abstract   In the age of globalization, public diplomacy has emerged as a significant style of diplomacy. Yet studies so…

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Asian studies

Korea and Taiwan Democratization Compared (Perils of Transition)

Abstract Taiwan and South Korea are two of the clearest cases of recent democratization in East Asia. The elections of…

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Asian studies

North Korean Refugees in South Korea

The aim of this article is to examine the structural conditions that affect the problem of North Korean refugees in…

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African studies

South Korea’s High-Level Bilateral Meetings with African Countries Concerning Nuclear North Korea

Many African countries have been alleged to serve North Korea as sources of hard currency, by purchasing weapons and military…

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Asian studies

Tracing the Abandonment of Kurds and South Korea Under the Trump Administration

Amid a stronger allied state’s disrupting policy to bash allies, swayed by domestic politics, which hich alliances survive and which…

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Asian studies

South Korea Is No Country for Young People

The ultra-violent Netflix survival drama Squid Game is a sensational dramatization of despair in South Korea, a country that’s obsessed with youth

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Asian studies

‘Squid Game’ Hides a Hopeful Message Within a Dystopian Nightmare

Netflix’s new Korean horror drama suggests there’s more to life than the brutal realities of neoliberal capitalism.

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Asian studies

The national assembly of the republic of Korea

In the authoritarian era, the Korean National Assembly was a fairly weak form of marginal legislature. In the early years…

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