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I. IntroductionⅡ. Public Diplomacy as Recognitive Practices of State/National IdentityⅢ. Seeking Emotional Attachments: Cultural DiplomacyIV. Seeking Legal and Political Rights: Palestine and the European UnionV. Seeking Social Esteem: China and Middle PowersVI. Comparative ImplicationsVII. Conclusions
Ⅰ. UN and Digital Cooperation: Perspectives on and Various Approaches toward Digital Technologies Ⅱ. UN Agendas for Digital Cooperation and InitiativesⅢ. Advancing Digital Cooperation: What is Korea’s Role in Building a More Effective Architecture for Digital Cooperation?
I. Middle-Power Public DiplomacyⅡ. Two Perspectives on Public DiplomacyⅢ. Korea’s Policy Advocacy: Evolution and ChallengesⅣ. Peace Public DiplomacyⅤ. Epistemic Community for Peace and Security
I. The COVID-19 Pandemic and Latin America and the Caribbean’s ChallengesⅡ. The Diplomatic Rivalry between the U.S. and China in Latin America and the CaribbeanⅢ. The Responses of Latin American and Caribbean CountriesⅣ. Policy Recommendations
I. IntroductionII. Data Sovereignty: Current Status and Pending IssuesIII. Data Sovereignty and Major Economies: Recent Trends and ResponsesⅣ. Outlook and Implications
Ⅰ. Distinctive Characteristics of Hybrid ThreatsⅡ. How Digital Information and Communications Technologies Shaped the Evolution of Hybrid ThreatsⅢ. Difficulties Involved in Responding to Hybrid Threats Ⅳ. How Europe has Prepared Itself for Hybrid ThreatsⅤ. Military Exercises on Responses to Hybrid ThreatsⅥ. Policy Recommendations
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