Vol. 3 Issue 1
Changing Dynamics in East Asia
This issue delves into topics ranging from trade wranglings over economics and globalization among ideologically opposing factions in the American context, to the strategies of local governance in the Chinese; from identity construction aided by the PyeongChang Olympics to constructed identities of Syngman Rhee aided by newsprint media; and from cultural diplomacy between China, Japan, and Korea to the impact of maritime militarization in the East China Sea.
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