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Asian Perspective is the peer-reviewed social sciences journal of world/comparative politics of the Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University. Published quarterly, Asian Perspective has devoted its pages to critical analysis of the global, regional, and transnational issues affecting East Asia for over 30 years. Bringing cogent, thought-provoking examination of the significant developments in Asia and the world as they unfold to the scrutiny of its readership, Asian Perspective continues to promote a healthy exchange of ideas among scholars, students, and policymakers. The journal also has successfully operated its annual Guest Editor system since 1999. As of 2011, Asian Perspective is published by Lynne Rienner Publishers. Full issues and articles can be found at http://journals.rienner.com/loi/aspr.

Current Issue

Vol. 42 No. 1 Jan.–Mar. 2018
North Korea
The Segmented Marketization of North Korea
and Its Sociopolitical Implications

Philo Kim

China in Historical Perspective
Historical Perspective on China’s “Tipping Point”
with North Korea
Donggil Kim and Seong-hyon Lee

Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on the Rise of China:
Long Cycles, Power Transitions, and China’s Ascent
Ji Young Choi

International Norms and Japanese Foreign Aid
Steven Lewis-Workman

Saudi–Indonesian Relations:
Historical Dynamics and Contemporary Development
Sumanto Al Qurtuby and Shafi Aldamer

Book Review Essay
Is Regime Change Possible in North Korea?
Walter C. Clemens Jr.

Forthcoming Issue

Vol. 42 No. 2 Apr.–June 2018
Special Issue on New Developments in Chinese Foreign Policy
Guest editor, Gregory J. Moore

New Developments in Chinese Foreign Policy
Gregory J. Moore

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