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Vol. 10, No. 2 (December 2012)
Illiberal Ends, Multilateral Means: Why Illiberal States Make Commitments to International Institutions Chansoo Cho
Dilemma of Korea-China Relations with the Emergence of the G2 Era Jung-Nam Lee
English and American Linguistic Hegemony: A Case Study of the Educational Testing Service Yeonhee Yoo and Gon Namkung
Revisiting China’s Economic Regulatory Reform Yukyung Yeo
Public Diplomacy and South Korea’s Strategies Yun Young Cho

Vol. 10, No. 1 (June 2012)
Conflict, International Response, and Forced Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1980-2007 Young Hoon Song
EU Referendums Framed by Domestic Politics: President’s Motivations and Voters’ Attitudes in France Sangtu KO and Geeyoung Hong
How to Deter North Korea's Military Provocations Hong-Cheol Kim
Nationalist Princes and Patriotic Publics: Machiavelli and Rousseau’s Enduring Insights on Nationalism Leif-Eric Easley
Nontraditional Security (NTS) in Central Asia: Contending Paradigms and Current Perspectives Younkyoo Kim and Stephen Blank

Vol. 9, No. 2 (December 2011)
Northeast Asian Security: Perspectives, Bargaining, and Issues in the Us Alliances Lawrence E. Grinter
K?chikai of the Japanese Liberal Democratic Party and Its Evolution After the Cold War Karol Zakowski
Korea’s National Interests and Security Conditions in the Age of Globalization Ihn-hwi Park
Women and Homosexuals in the South Korean Defense Force: Possibility and Limitation of Their Full Integration Ki-Joo Kim
The Economic Context of the Development of the Concept of Human Rights: Implication for Current Human Rights Issues Soon Chang Yang

Vol. 9, No. 1 (June 2011)
Historical Animosity is What States Make of It: The Role of Morality and Realism in Korea-Japan Relations Tae-Ryong Yoon
Scenario Construction and Its Implications for International Relations Research Dong-ho Han
Engaging the DPRK Enrichment and Small LWR Program: What Would It Take? David von Hippel and Peter Hayes
North Korea and Crimes against Humanity: A ‘Responsibility to Protect’ Perspective Yoojin Rhee
The Biggest Match of All: Football Clashes with HIV/AIDS Mark W. Delancey

Vol. 8, No. 2 (December 2010)
Sustainable Security in the Korean Peninsula: Envisioning a Northeast Asian Biodiversity Corridor Peter Hayes
Explaining Cooperation among Illiberal States: A Social Constructivist Challenge Chansoo Cho
Motivations of US Covert Action in Guatemala: External or Internal constraint? Jaechun Kim
Hidden Transcripts … Shared?: Passive Resistance in the Soviet Case Hyung-min Joo
Institutional Reform and Discourse on Democracy in Russia Jin-sook Ju
The Transfer of Wartime Operational Control in Korea: History, Risks and Tasks from a Military Perspective Hwee Rhak Park

Vol. 8, No. 1 (June 2010)
The Impacts of Inconsistent Status Quo Evaluations on Regional War Wooksung Kim and Choong-Nam Kang
Foreign Policy Formation of Authoritarian States in Central Asia Since 1991: Non-Institutional Domestic Factors in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Ji-Eun Lee
How Has Korea Imagined Its Region?: Asia-Pacific, Northeast Asia, and East Asia Keeseok Kim
South Korea's Strategic Relationships with Sub-Saharan Africa: Energy Security and Beyond Tae-Hyung Kim
Recognition of Estranged Other: A Theoretical Reflection on Politics of Identity and Systems Integration in Inter-Korean Relations Gibung Kwon
Coping with Money: European Monetary Integration and the Resurgence of National Corporatism Byoung-Inn Bai

Vol. 7, No. 2 (December 2009)
Do IMF Programs Discipline Budget Deficit?: The Effects of IMF Programs on Government Budget Balance, Expenditure, and Revenue Hye Jee Cho
Conditions for Peaceful Resolutions in Territorial Disputes of Northeast Asia Woondo Choi
Face-Saving, Reference Point, and North Korea's Strategic Assessments Jihwan Hwang
Political Practice for Peaceful Reunification: Dialectical Strategy & Tactics Tae-Goo Noh
Online Processing, Memory-based Processing, and an Integrated Model of Candidate Evaluation: A simulation-based empirical investigation Sung-youn Kim
The Divisiveness of a Political Party's Nomination Process and Its Effect on U.S. Presidential Elections Youseop Shin
Protest-State Interaction: A VAR Analysis of the French Labor Movement Jaekwon Cha
An Empirical Study of the Types of Democratic Processes Citizens Really Want: The case of South Korea Ganghoon Kim

Vol. 7, No. 1 (June 2009)
Adaptational Pressure, Domestic Politics and the Evolution of the European Monetary System Byoung-Inn Bai
No Smoking in the European Parliament: Issue Saliency and Policy Preferences of Euro-parliamentarians Hae-Won Jun
External Contestation in the European Union: A Call for Further Investigation at the Nexus of European Institutions, Civil Society Organizations and Transatlantic Relations Hans Schattle
Conventional and Critical Constructivist Approaches to National Security: An Analytical Survey Young Chul Cho
Evaluating the Role of Regional Expert Network in Regional Security Institution Building: ASEAN-ISIS and the Establishment of the ARF Hyun Seok Yu
Information Effects Conditioned by Partisanship in Electoral Participation: An American Case and Its Implication So Young Lee
Political Orientations of Chinese Metropolitan Residents: A Survey of Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou Residents Jang-Hwan Joo

Vol. 6 (2008)
Revisiting Tilly's Thesis: Is War Still Useful for State-making and State-consolidation? Tae-Ryong Yoon
Rawls and Natural Justice: The Law of Peoples in view of the Yin-Yang Theory in the Book of change Dong-Jin Jang
Portrait of Global Civil Society at the Bretton Woods Institutions: Civil Society Dialogue Participation, 2000-2007 Robert E. Kelly
The Nature of Cooperation and Conflict Events: Are they mutually exclusive? Seong-Woo Yi
Blunt Instruments: The European Parliament's Investiture and Censure of the EU Commission Hae-Won Jun
Why Have Attempts to Settle Inter-Korean Conflict Failed?: Lessons for Peace Building in the Korean Peninsula Yong-Pyo Hong

Vol. 5 (2007)
Why Should We Help the Poor Foreigners?: Thomas W. Pogge’s Responsibility-Based Argument for Transnational Obligation Bumsoo Kim
Where is the Framing Effect? Bridging the Gap between Theory and Data Jaesung Ryu
What Should a Good Feminist Theory of Equality Be? A Critique of Ronald Dworkin Hee-Kang Kim
A Neo-Classical Realist Account on External Security Behaviors of Weak Power towards Great Power: The US-Libya from 11007 to 1992 Jong Kun Choi
Northeast Asian Regional Integration: Theoretical Perspectives, Current Realities, and Future Prospects Young Jong Choi
Revisiting Missile Defense of the United States: Contending Arguments and Security Implications for the Republic of Korea Bong-Jun Ko
Responding to Public: Policy Responsiveness by Political Parties in the European Parliament JeongHun Han

Vol. 4 (2006)
Re-conceptualizing Hegelian Master-Slave Dialectic as Diachronic Systems Theory of Inter-societal Relations Gi Bung Kwon
The Big Influence of a Small State: The Perry Process and the Influence of the Kim Dae-jung Government Mun Suk Ahn
Defending the National Interests?: Rethinking France and the Iraq War Jae-Seung Lee
The Link Between Domestic Political Institutions and Commitments to Tariff Reduction Agreements Jung In Jo
A Trilemma of Conceptual Validity, Generality, and Causality: Research Strategies in Comparative Analysis Hyeok Yong Kwon
The Politics of Regulatory Redistribution Revisited Junseok Kim
Political Competition and Financial Stability in the Developing World Wongi Choe
Towards Consolidation: Civic Organizations and Democratic Values in Asia Sangmook Lee and Joshua Ozymy
Food and Nationalism: Kimchi and Korean National Identity Hong Sik Cho
The Political Economy of Reserve Accumulation in the Developing World Intaek Han
The Role of Cognitive Engagement in Self-Censoring Process of Racial Predispositions Jaesung Ryu

Vol. 3 (2005)
Power-Sharing Solutions on Ethnic Conflicts: A comparative analysis of institutional effects on ethnic politics Jae Woo Hong
Back to the Basics: Multilateral Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia and the Neorealist Paradigm Jangho Kim
Change of International Aviation Order: From International Regime Perspective Jong-Sik Lee
Resolving International Conflict in the Cultural and Identity Context Yun Young Cho
Interests and Identity in European Monetary Integration: France and Britain Hong Sik Cho
The Nongovernmental Nature of Korean Businesses’ Economic Exchanges with China prior to the Normalization of 1992 Kyung-Hee Cheon
The Issue of North Korean women by examining gender awareness of female defectors Mi-kyung Lee
An Empirical Discourse on Pork Barrel Politics, the Japanese Style: Exploring Cases of a Systematic Difference between the ‘Desperado’ and ‘Relaxed’ Incumbents Okyeon Yi
The Origins of Korean Chaebols and their Roots in the Korean War Sang-young Rhyu
Neither Gridlock nor Moderation, but Administrative Recharge: The Irony of Divided Government in South Korea
Seong-Ho Lim

Vol. 2 (2004)
Elaborating Two Issues Regarding Constructivism: Structure and Science Yusin Lee
The End of Cold War and Thereafter: A Perspective of Evolutionary World Politics Jong Young Ye
United States Foreign Policy and United Nations: The Case of the War in Iraq Changrok Soh
Risk Considerations in Legalized Dispute Settlement(DS) Mechanisms: Risk Reduction, Risk Creation, and the WTO DS System Don Moon
East Asian Regionalism and South Korea's FTA Strategy Young Jong Choi
The Cultural Identity of East Asia in the Age of Globalization: Westcentrism and Asian Values Jung In Kang
The Transformation of Northeast Asian States in the Era of Globalizaion: Regulatory State or Flexible Developmental State? Seung-Gook Ahn
Security and Democratization in East Asia Kent E. Calder
Asian Perspectives on Liberal Democracy: Critical Evaluation Dong-Jin Jang
The Potentialities and Limitations for Chinese Democracy Dingping Guo
Democratization in the World and Challenges to European Democracies Tatu Vanhanen
North Korea in the 1950s: The Post Korean War Policies and Their Implications Yong-Pyo Hong

Vol. 1 (2003)
The Causality and Elasticity of Defense Okyeon Yi Hong
The Bush Doctrine: A Critical Appraisal Heajeong Lee
A Study on Multilateral Approaches to Resolve the North Korea Nuclear Maze Inbae Lee
Trajectory of European Integration and Lessons for Regional Cooperation in East Asia: The Costs of Success Jinwoo Choi
Wriggling into regionalism? Political Economy of Free Trade Agreement in Northeast Asia Sang Hwa Chung
EU Trade Protectionism and Korean Overseas Investment: The Case of Asian Globalizing MNCs Doo Jin Kim
Unilateral versus Multilateral Strategies in the U.S. Exchange Rate Policy: Focusing on the State Centered Approach Ajin Choi
Who Adjust? Winners and Losers in the British financial Policy Community in the 1980s Oh Suk Yang
Subnational Elections and the Degree of Multipartism in Parliamentary Elections: Evidence from the Canadian Case MyoungHo Park
Building an Environmental Regime in the Yellow Sea Sphere Kyung-Keun Cho

Voulme 17, Number 2 (August 2019)
Bridging the Theorist-Practitioner Gap in IR: What are the Risks and Benefits? Richard J. Cook, Zhaoying Han, Maximilian Ohle and Srđan M. Jovanović
Do Norms Theories Matter?: Viability of Constructivist Approach for the Studies of Foreign Aid Young Soo Kim and Joongbum Shin
Effects of International Trade on East and Southeast Asians’ Views of China Alec Chung
The convergence of public opinion and interest group lobbying and the disruption of the Trump administration in United States immigration policy Jaeyeon Joo
The Intact Public Health Care System in Cuba: An Exploration of its Motivations and Transferability So Youn Kim
Enforcement Credibility and Frequency of Negotiations in Civil Wars Hojung Joo and Taehee Whang
Voulme 17, Number 1 (April 2019)
India’s Extended “Act East” Outreach to Northeast Asia: Its Economic and Security Interactions with China, Japan, and South Korea Wooyeal Paik and Rajiv Kumar
Democratic Constitutions Against Democratization: Law and Administrative Reforms in Weimar Germany and Implications for New Democracies Kyong Jun Choi
The Contentious Politics of Youth Unemployment: Comparing Korea and Taiwan Injoo Sohn
Why Did Stalin Not Support a Quick Victory for the Korean People’s Army? Stalin’s Unspoken Global Security Strategy for the Korean War Youngjun Kim
Voulme 16, Number 3 (December 2018)
Macroprudential Ideas and Auxiliary Change in Financial Governance Paradigm Jaehwan Jung
Power, Politicization, and Network Positions: Explaining State Participation in the UPR Su Hyen Bae
China’s Policy of “Going Out” 2.0: Ideas, Interests, and the Rise of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) Yukyung Yeo
Foreign Policy Orientation of Independent Central Asian States: Looking Through the Prism of Ideas and Identities Alina Nomerovchenko, Jaechun Kim, William Kang
What Brought Them Together? Comparative Analysis of the Normalization Processes of North Korea-Japan and South Korea-Japan Yaechan Lee
International Political Implications of Language: The Linguistic Puzzle of “Inherent Territory” Ethan Yorgason

Voulme 16, Number 2 (August 2018)
The Tianxia System and the Search for a Common Ground in the Comparative Ethics of War Edmund Frettingham and
Yih-Jye Hwang

Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Nuclear Suppliers Group: A Functionalist Perspective on the Regime

Jinwon Lee
China’s Rhetorical Challenge to the US-led Order in the Asia-Pacific and the Response of Regional States Jae Jeok Park
Democratization in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Empirical Analysis Ho Keun Yoo and
Gyoosang Seol

Why Does the Press Still Matter? Explaining the Conditional Effects of Online Mobilization of Protest on Newspaper Market Structures in Asia

Shin Haeng Lee

Chinese Suburban Villages’ State-Society Relations in Flux: A Factor of Collectively- Owned Land Development

Wooyeal Paik

Voulme 16, Number 1 (April 2018)
The Malaise of Globalization in East Asia: Income Inequality, Perceived State Capacity, and Anti-Establishment Attitudes Mark Weatherall, Min-Hua Huang, and Taehee Whang

Perils of Transition: Korea and Taiwan Democratization Compared

Hieyeon Keum and Joel R. Campbell
Post-War Korean Conservatism, Japanese Statism, and the Legacy of President Park Chung-hee in South Korea Minji Jeong and Youseop Shin
North Korean Refugees in South Korea: Change and Challenge in Settlement Support Policy Gyubin Choi

Do Time and Language Matter in IR?: Nishida Kitaro’s non-Western discourse of philosophy and politics

Kosuke Shimizu

A Triad of Normative, Pragmatic, and Science-Oriented Approaches: The Development of International Relations Theory in Japan Revisited

Kazuya Yamamoto

Voulme 15, Number 3 (December 2017)
Ethnic Exclusion, Armed Conflict, and Leader Survival Hyun Jin Choi

First Missiles, then Nukes? Explaining the Connection between Missile Programs and the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

Bryan Robert Early and Christopher Way
Understanding the Structures and Contents of National Interests-An Analysis of Structural Equation Modeling Charles Chong-Han Wu
Institutions for European Energy Cooperation: Dyadic Data Analysis of Electricity Network Interconnections Hyodong Sohn and Taedong Lee

The Structural Sources of Security Tension in Northeast Asia: Reconciliation Dynamics and the Effects of Security-Status Dilemma

Kyu Young Lee and Bumjoon Kwon

China’s Westward March: One Belt, One Road from Strategic Views

Chang-hoon Cha

Voulme 15, Number 2 (August 2017)
Uncertainty in International Crises Muhammet Bas, Elena McLean and Taehee Whang

The Economy, Corruption, and Conditional Voting: A Cross-National Analysis

Jungsub Shin
Digital Revolution or Digital Dominance? Regime Type, Internet Control, and Political Activism in East Asia Min-Hua Huang and Wen Hong
Legislative Gridlock, Executive Unilateralism, and Policy Governance: The Implications of U.S. Nuclear Power Policymaking for Korean Politics Seong-Ho Lim

American Attitudes toward Free Trade Agreements

Taeeun Min

Bridging the Theoretical Gap between Public Diplomacy and Cultural Diplomacy

Hwajung Kim

Voulme 15, Number 1 (April 2017)
Alliances Rebalanced? The Social Meaning of the U.S. Pivot and Allies’ Responses in Northeast Asia Sebastian Harnisch
Gordon Friedrichs

What Makes Autocracies’ Soft Power Strategies Special? Evidence from Russia and China

Artem Patalakh
The Pattern of North Korea’s Local Military Provocations Sangbeom Yoo
Sangjin Kim
Does Area Studies Need Theory? Revisiting the Debate on the Future of Area Studies Vee Chansa-Ngavej
Kyu Young Lee

News Consumption and Economic Voting: Does News Media Exposure Facilitate Economic Voting?

Han Soo Lee

Does Europe Matter in the European Electoral Arena? Populist Radical Right Party Support in the 2014 European Elections

Geeyoung Hong

Voulme 14, Number 3 (December 2016)
The Capabilities-based Analysis of Alliance Transformation in the Asia-Pacific

Jiyun Kih
Jaechun Kim

North Korea's Emerging Nuclear State Identity: Discursive Construction and Performative Enactment

Eric Julian Ballbach
Do Democratic Institutions Reduce Human Rights Violations or Just Prevent More Violations than the Current Level? An Exogenous Explanation of Human Rights Improvement in Democracies Youngsoo Yu
Unresolved Comfort Women Issue: How Pragmatism Precludes Reconciliation Pat hein
Not so Universal? The Search for Indigenous International Theories in South Korea Byoungwon Min

Studies of International Political Economy in Korea: 50 Years Plus 10

Seokwoo Kim
The State of Research on Inter-Korean Relations Based on KJIR and KJIS Articles Seongji Woo

Volume 14, Number 2 (August 2016)
Foreign Aid and Government Survival Elena V. McLean
Taehee Whang
Capability Change, Economic Dependence and Alliance Termination Jaewook Chung
The Role of UN Commissions of Inquiry in Developing Global Human Rights: Prospects and Challenges Hun Joon Kim
An Exploratory Analysis of the Political Economy of Inequality and Redistribution in Advanced Democracies Yoojin Lim
Hyeok Yong Kwon
How Aggressive Is China? Amitai Etzioni
Growing Activism as Cooperation Facilitator: China-Japan-Korea Trilateralism and Korea’s Middle Power Diplomacy Zhang Muhui
Migrant Remittances and Electoral Accountability: The Case of the Philippines Yoon Ah Oh

Volume 14, Number 1 (April 2016)
The Heterarchic Structure of Twenty-First-Century International Governance Jack Donnelly
More Unstable Internally, More Reliable Externally: South Korea’s Participation in the Vietnam War Sung Chul Jung
Resolving the Korean Conflict through a Combination of Human Rights and Human Security Bo-hyuk Suh
Japan’s Changing Defense Posture and Security Relations in East Asia Andrew R. Capistrano Shuhei Kurizaki
Pipeline Politics between Europe and Russia: A Historical Review from the Cold War to the Post-Cold War Jae-Seung Lee,
Daniel Connolly
Explaining the Maintenance Process of International Rivalries Chaekwang You
The European Union’s Human Security Discourse: Conceptualization and Justification Benjamin C. Thompson

Volume 13, Number 3 (December 2015)
East Asia, Investment, and International Law: Distinctive or Convergent? Beth A. Simmons
Who Beats Plowshares into Swords? Determinants of Commitment to Ceasefire Agreements Junghyun Lim, Geunwook Lee
Situating Knowledge about North Korea: Tracing Mainstream Publications on a Topic in International Relations
Max Nurnus, Daniel Clausen
The Impact of Media Coverage on Ethnic Conflict between Japanese and Koreans in Japan
Jeonghun Min
Russo-Japanese War Complex: A New Interpretation of Russia's Foreign Policy toward Korea
Youngjun Kim
India-Pakistan: Emerging Trends in Strategic Dynamics
Zulfqar Khan
Mass Responses to Growing Elite Polarization in the U.S.: Ideological Extremism and Political Awareness Jae Mook Lee

Volume 13, Number 2 (August 2015)
Why Engage with More Institutions? Changes in Economic Power Distribution and Levels of Economic Cooperation In Tae Yoo
The Politics of Rescuing the World’s Financial System: The Federal Reserve as a Global Lender of Last Resort J. Lawrence Broz
The Pursuit of Multilateral Security Cooperation Amidst Growing Political and Economic Divides in Northeast Asia Shin-wha Lee
Political Risks and Japanese Foreign Direct Investment in East Asia: A Case Study of “China-Plus-One” Keisuke Iida
Separating Economy from Politics? Japan’s Coexistence Strategy with Two Chinas in the 1960s Seung-Hee Oh
Presidential Electoral Influence in Congressional Districts, Public Approval, and Presidential Success in Congress Youseop Shin
From Settlements to Reparations: The Case of ‘Comfort Women’ and Jus Cogens in International Relations Byoung Won Min

Vol. 13, No. 1 (April 2015)
Norms Contestation: Insights from Morphogenesis Theory Saira Bano
Is Liberal Peace Likely in Nuclear Asymmetry? Jin Myoung Lee
Democratic Attitudes and Political Participation in the Developing World Youngho Cho
Can Military Normalization in Japan and Opcon Transfer in South Korea Enhance Regional Stability? A Conflict Management Framework for Rivalry Dyads Sean O’Malley
Why Doesn’t Asia Have European-Style Regional Integration? Inter-Core Relationships and Network Diffusion Jong Hee Park, B. K. Kim, and Yumi Park
China’s Monetary Ambitions: RMB Internationalization in Comparative Perspective Injoo Sohn
Does U.S. Soft Power Have Consequences for U.S. Security? Evidence from Popular Support for Suicide Bombing Giacomo Chiozza
American Exceptionalism at a Crossroads Seongjong Song
The Internal Supply-side causes for the Belated Rise of the Sweden Democrats Nansae Bin and Okyeon Yi

Vol. 12, No. 2 (December 2014)
GRIT at Panmunjom? How to Cope with Conflict in Northeast Asia Walter Clemens
Cyber Security and Middle Power Diplomacy: A Network Perspective Sangbae Kim
The Dilemma of Attraction-Autonomy Deficits: The Institutionalization of Human Rights in ASEAN Ki-Hyun Bae
South Korea’s Failure to Implement “Defense Reform 2020” Hwee Rhak Park
When Domestic Factors Matter: The Relocation of US Bases in Okinawa Hyon Joo Yoo
The Politics of Foreign Aid in North Korea Jiyoung Kim
Executive Strength, Executive-Legislative Relations, and Budget Deficits Hojun Lee

Vol. 12, No. 1 (June 2014)
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
Causes of Domestic Terrorism: Economic Sanctions as a Violence Trigger Structure Seung-Whan Choi
Globalization, Democracy and State Autonomy: An Emprical Exploration of the Domestic Consequences of Globalization Jaekwon Suh
Land Reform, Inequality, and Corruption: A Comparative Historical Study of Korea, Taiwan, and the Philippines Jong-sung You
Partisan Politics and Dynamics in the U.S. Agriculture Protection Jong Hee Park
A New Interpretation of Korea-Japan Relations: 'Rights Revolution' of Sex Slaves and Forced Laborers in the Courtroom Sukhoon Hong
What Does North Korea Want from China? Understanding Pyongyang's Policy Priorities toward Beijing Jong Hee Park

Vol. 12, Special Issue (May 2014)
A Journal of Our Own Making Seokwoo Kim
Theories of International Balancing, the Rise of China, and Political Alignments in the Asia Pacific Joseph M. Grieco
Why Recognize? Explaining Victorian Britain’s Decision to Recognize the Sovereignty of Imperial Japan Jacques E. C. Hymans
The Merchants of Shanghai, the Mandarins of Beijing: Economic Interdependence in Chinese Foreign Policy Geunwook Lee
Rising China and the Evolution of China-North Korea Relations Hochul Lee

Vol. 11, No. 2 (December 2013)
An Alternate Theory for the Acquisition of Arms to the Collective Goods Theory: A Structural Theory of Armaments Heung Soo Sim
Network Analysis of Free Trade Agreements: Homophily and Transitivity Taedong Lee and Byoung-Inn Bai
State-led Back-scratching Alliance in Cyber Warfare: China’s Strategies in Sino-American Cyber Warfare in the Post-Cold War Era SeulAh Choi and Gon Namkung
Building Trust in Inter-Korean Relations: A Role for Renewable Energy? Dean J. Ouellette
Enclave under Siege: International Norms and Challenges to the Indian Nuclear Complex Karthika Sasikumar
Liberals, Kymlicka and Asian Immigrants’ Assimilation Tae Eun Min

Vol. 11, No. 1 (June 2013)
Institutional Adoption in the Resolution of Civil Conflicts Jai Kwan Jung
National Role Conceptions in the ‘Global Korea’ Foreign Policy Strategy Heike Hermanns
Untying the “Gordian Knot”?
Northeast Asian Security Complex and Desecuritization of the Northern Limit Line
Dong Jun Lee
Does Political Generation Matter for Foreign Policy? South Korea’s Foreign Policy Changes, 2003 to 2007 Yongwook Ryu
Nationalism and Democracy Revisited: The Limits of Democratic Nationalism in South Korea Jun-Hyeok Kwak
Failure to Democritize: Exclusive Parliamentary Politics in Nepal (1990-2002) Sanjeev Humagain and Jungmin Seo
Political Dynamic and the Welfare State in Chile under the Economic Globalization Hanbeom Jeong