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Ⅰ. Needs for ‘Strategic Thinking’ in Korean DiplomacyⅡ. Evolution of Strategy-related Organizations in the Ministry of Foreign AffairsⅢ. ‘Poverty of Strategy’Ⅳ. Definition of Strategy and Its Comparison With PolicyⅤ. Proposal for Strategy Development Plan
Ⅰ. IntroductionⅡ. Diplomacy and National Security: Promoting Cooperation with China Based on the Solid ROK-U.S. AllianceⅢ. Economy and Trade: Managing the Global Supply Chains and Seizing the Upper Hand in Cutting-edge TechnologiesⅣ. Society and Culture: Promoting Quality-oriented Exchange Opportunities and Managing Bilateral Relations with a “Soft Security” ApproachⅤ. Conclusion
Ⅰ. IntroductionⅡ. The Objectives of the Biden Administration’s National Artificial Intelligence Initiative (NAII)Ⅲ. Characteristics of the Biden Administration’s National AI PolicyⅣ. Implications
Ⅰ. Russia’s Attack on Ukraine and Condemnation from the International Community Ⅱ. Russia’s Justification for the Attack Ⅲ. Russia’s Possible Violation of International Law Ⅳ. Response from Ukraine and the International Community Ⅴ. Policy Implications
Ⅰ.Values and Norms as Sociocultural Foundation of International OrderⅡ. Sino-American Values Competition: Liberal Universalism versus Defiant Struggle for RecognitionⅢ. Case: Vaccine Diplomacy of Washington and BeijingⅣ. Implications
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