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Lexington Studies on Korea's Place in International Relations
This series publishes trailblazing research by pioneering scholars on contemporary Korean issues. Transformative events in the early 21
century have marked a watershed for South and North Korea in many areas, including political economy, democracy, international power politics and security, ongoing disputes over the past with China and Japan, and North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs, to name a few. Furthermore, post-modern cultural influences and the global advent of digital technology have led to the diversification of Korea’s culture, religion, sports, diasporic community, and inter-Korean linguistic differences, as well as the Korean Wave. This series aims to explore and dissect these issues to further understanding of contemporary Korean life and politics.
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Korea and the World: New Frontiers in Korean Studies
GREGG A. BRAZINSKY -
DAJEONG CHUNG; PATRICK CHUNG; STEVEN DENNEY; KHUE DIEU DO; JIE ...
Lexington Books • April 2019 • Monograph