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The Yonsei Journal of International Studies (YJIS) strives to achieve a three-pronged goal for each issue: the opportunity for graduate students to publish their work, intense understanding of the process of a peer-edited academic journal, and a showcase for current research that attracts a diverse readership. Covering a range of disciplines, the aim is to make a unique contribution to the field of international studies and the academic community as a whole. YJIS aims to bring the world a little closer to Yonsei University and the Graduate School of International Studies, but also bring Yonsei and the GSIS a little bit closer to the world.

Latest Publications

  • Title: Celebrated Publishers Propagate ‘Information Feudalism’ Author: Tania Sebastian Affiliation: Gujarat National Law University Issue: Law & Order – Volume 6 Issue 1 Publisher: Yonsei University Press Download as PDF   As we…
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  • Title: A Study of Transitional Development in Delay in Delivery of Justice, Which Results into Declining Faith in Judiciary: Reasons and Future Author: Abhishek Kumar and Vikram…
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  • Title: The American-Korean Friendship and Information Center and North Korean Public Diplomacy, 1971-1976 Author: Brandon K. Gauthier Affiliation: Fordham University Issue: Law & Order – Volume 6 Issue 1…
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  • Title: Only Words on Paper? Freedom of Speech & Expression in South Korea  Author: Geoffrey Fattig Affiliation: University of California Issue: Law & Order – Volume 6 Issue 1…
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  • Title: Transient Professionals: Local NGO Empowerment  Author: Ted Voelkel Affiliation: Graduate School of International Studies at Yonsei University Issue: Law & Order – Volume 6 Issue 1 Publisher: Yonsei University…
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  • Title: The Practice of Duality: Why the Trans Pacific Partnership and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership are Competing Paradigms in Asia Author: Dylan Stent Affiliation: Graduate School of…
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