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Ⅰ. IntroductionⅡ. The Highlights and Characteristics of the Revised WPK RulesⅢ. The Implications of the WPK’s Revised Rules and the Third Plenary Meeting of the Eighth Party Congress for North Korea’s Domestic and Foreign PoliciesⅣ. Policy Considerations
Ⅰ. How Did the Votes Move?: The Meaning of the Lowest Voter Turnout EverⅡ. Who is President-elect Raisi?: Hard-line Conservative Islamic Jurists without Secular EducationⅢ. Factors behind the Election Results: Moderate, Reformist Voters’ Concerns and Their ChoicesⅣ. What are the Prospects for Future Discussions on the U.S.’ Return to Iran Nuclear Agreement?: Remaining Possibilities
I. Reading Between the Lines of the Joint StatementII. The Biden Administration's Perception and JudgmentIII. Outlook: Pyongyang's Calculations
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. 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. 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
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