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Dealing with Dormant and Active Threats: The Strategy of South Korea toward China in the Post Cold War Era
(Georgetown University, 2008)
Policies that the Republic of Korea (ROK) has employed toward China in the post Cold War era pose a puzzle for Realism. A power-driven argument predicts that the rise of China compels the ROK either to strengthen its ...
The Chinese System of International Relations in Early Modern East Asia: China at the Center in the Eyes of the Periphery
(Georgetown University, 2009)
What explains the longevity of the China-centered international order in early modern East Asia? Why did Japan and Korea continue to stay below China in the periphery position instead of forming alliances to balance against ...