An International Quarterly
East Asia examines the interplay between the politics and culture that underlies major developments in China, Japan, Korea, and the Pacific Rim. It offers a unique, transnational approach to political, economic, and cultural issues.
This international quarterly focuses on the complex and subtle influences these nations exert upon one another. East Asia examines the competition, assimilation, and tensions that shape events in the region today and for years to come.
Dominant Party Adaptation to the Catch-All Model: a Comparison of Former Dominant Parties in Japan and South Korea
Sean Vincent (August 2017)
Daiki Shibuichi (August 2017)
Andrew Wedeman (June 2017)
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