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Abstract The creation of the security alliance between the Republic of Korea and the United States offers a historical case of how great powers maximize their strength in regional security. The case of Korea demonstrates how the United States imposed “informal” order by establishing a normative...
Abstract In the mid-fourteenth century, the Mongol empire collapsed. People and polities across east Eurasia reconsidered their alliances. For the kingdom of Koryŏ, the collapse of the Yuan dynasty and the rise of the Ming dynasty represented both danger and opportunity. Examining how the Koryŏ...
Abstract In this article, I depart from the typical discussion of the Korean sociocultural concept of han as a collective feeling of unresolved resentment, pain, grief, and anger that runs in the blood of all Koreans. Scholars, artists, writers, and critics frequently characterize han as “the...
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