The Journal of East Asian Affairs

Articles from Vol. 27, No. 2, Fall

CHINA'S AFGHAN POLICY: THE FORMING OF THE "March WEST" STRATEGY?
AbstractTraditionally, Afghanistan has been a low diplomatic priority for China, and China did not have strong influence there. But recent years have found that as the U.S. is to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan and China's interests in the country...
Gender Difference in Employment and Income in China's Labor Market
AbstractThe purpose of this article is to analyze the gender differences in employment and income in China's labor market. Using data from the China Household Income Project (CHIP), this paper identifies the roles of human capital, political capital...
Rebalancing of U.S. Forces and the Trust-Building Process on the Korean Peninsula: Compromising Nationalism with International Liberalism Order
AbstractChina with two Koreas constitutes a Regional Security Complex located in the Northeastern part of the Asian continent. Rebalance toward the Asia-Pacific region is the U.S. military arm penetrating the RSC on the East Asian continent.As CCP carries...
Structural Restrictions of Territorial Disputes in Northeast Asia
AbstractThe main purpose of the article is to deal with the structurally restrictive factors of the conflict regarding the dominion over islands in Northeast Asia in the post-Cold War era. The maritime boundary delimitation problem, the unique-territory...
Taking Stock of Monetary Regionalism in East Asia: A Glass Half-Full or Half-Empty?
AbstractSince the turn of the new century, East Asian countries have taken a series of important steps to launch and strengthen institutional mechanisms of monetary and financial cooperation to enhance the region's resilience to financial instability....
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