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1461. Consistent Inconsistency: What One Thirty-year-old Cable Reveals About U.S.-DPRK Relations

1462. From the G7 to D10: The U.S.-China Competition and the Complexity of the Clash of Systems within the Multilateral Order

1463. The Futility of North Korean Propagandistic News

1464. The EU and the North Korean Conundrum: Supporting Reconciliation and Denuclearization

1465. Protecting Taiwan’s Democracy from China with US Support

1466. The EU’s North Korea Policy: From Engagement, to Critical Engagement, and to Criticism with Limited Engagement

1467. North Korea’s Energy Crisis: What Are the Problems?

1468. Kim Jong Un’s Two-Faced Strategy: South Korea First and U.S. Later Tactics Restoration of the Inter-Korean Hotline, the Road to an Inter-Korean Summit

1469. The Implications of Korea’s Transitional Justice Experience

1470. Characteristics of Disaster Risk Reduction Governance Under the Kim Jong Un Regime and Implications for Policies toward North Korea

1471. The Role of Korea’s Election Commission and the Quality of Elections

1472. The China Challenge Prompts Recovery of a Strained ROK-Japan Relations: Analyzing ROK-Japan Relations Through the 9th Joint Korea-Japan Public Opinion Survey

1473. Democratic Backsliding and Resilience: The Korean Experience

1474. Iron ore futures: possible paths for Australia’s biggest trade with China

1475. The architecture of repression: Unpacking Xinjiang’s governance

1476. China’s cyber vision: How the Cyberspace Administration of China is building a new consensus on global internet governance

1477. Strategic Trade Controls in Southeast Asia: A Pandemic Update

1478. Strengthening Regional Energy Governance in the Mekong Subregion

1479. US-Taiwan Deterrence and Defense Dialogue: Dealing with Increased Chinese Aggressiveness

1480. Imagined Currencies: How the DPRK Uses Cryptocurrency to Blunt Sanctions