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I. IntroductionⅡ. The Current State of Korea-Japan Relations in the Post-Abe Era Ⅲ. The Newly Launched Kishida Government and Outlook on Korea-Japan RelationsⅣ. How Can the Impasse of Korea-Japan Relations be Broken?
Ⅰ. IntroductionⅡ. Vision and Strategic Objectives of Peace and Cooperation in Northeast AsiaⅢ. Policy Environment for Peace and Cooperation in Northeast Asia Ⅳ. Tasks for Peace and Cooperation in Northeast Asia
I. Sharing the Indo-Pacific VisionⅡ. A New Momentum for ROK’s Indo-Pacific Engagement?Ⅲ. Looking Ahead
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. Key Features of RCEP Ⅱ. RCEP’s Geoeconomic Opportunities Ⅲ. The Geo-economics and Geopolitics of RCEP for Each Country Ⅳ. RCEP Development Challenges and Prospects
I. IntroductionⅡ. On Neutrality (1885)Ⅲ. Process of Belgium and Bulgaria’s “Neutralization”Ⅳ. Sino-Korean Relations in the 19th CenturyV. Conclusion
I. IntroductionII. A New Environment for North Korea Policy III. Issues to Anticipate when the Biden Administration Prepares for Negotiations IV. Conclusion
I. IntroductionⅡ. Background: Civil War of SyriaⅢ. The Emergence of HTS : A brief historyⅣ. Organization of HTS Ⅴ. Ideology, Goals, and Strategies Ⅵ. Internal and External Dynamics Ⅶ. Conclusion
I. Introduction Ⅱ. Reality of the Tributary SystemⅢ. Appropriation of 屬國’s MeaningIV. Another Historical Dispute?
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