From the presentation on the website: 38 North harnesses the experience of long-time observers of North Korea and others who have dealt directly with North Koreans. It draws on other experts outside the field who might bring fresh, well-informed insights to
Via PressReader’s collection you can read a number of Asian newspapers and magazines on the day they are published. The archives only goes back three months. In the new version PressReader it is possible to set your own account and
The Complete Collection of the Korean Study of Confucian Classics (한국경학자료시스템) by the Institute of Eastern Studies at Sungkyunkwan University contains 145 volumes ; Taehak (대학 /大學), Jungyong (중용/ 中庸), Noneo (논어/ 論語), Maengja (맹자/ 孟子), Seokyeong(서경/書經), Sikyeong (시경/詩經), Igyeong
DBpia is a multidisciplinary full-text database of journal articles published by major Korean research institutions. There are over 1990 journal titles and more than 1,9 million articles included. Also includes KRpia. Made available with support from Korea Foundation. In Korean.
David P. Chandler, Robert Cribb & Li Narangoa (eds) 2016 Aiming to balance the focus on European events in global public discussions and reminiscences of World War II, End of Empire focuses on a brief, 100-day period at the end
Geir Helgesen & Uichol Kim 2002 What is ‘good government’? Is it transparent, responsive, small and unobtrusive, or on the contrary, big and active? And is ‘good government’ the same everywhere, or do regional differences of opinion have to be
Ras Tind Nielsen & Geir Helgesen (eds) 2012 This intriguing volume explains why, after centuries of Western scholars studying Asia, Asian scholars are beginning to study Western societies in return. Responding to the rise of Nordic studies in China, Japan
K-Developedia is a comprehensive repository of Korea’s development experience, launched by Korea Development Institute School of Public Policy and Management in 2012. In other words, K-Developedia is an online database established to increase the accessibility of resources on Korea’s development.
KISS is a retrieval system for full-text of Korean academic journals, providing c. 1.3 million articles from c. 3,309 journals of 1,324 academies. The coverage is multi-disciplinary with an emphasis on social science. Made available with support from Korea Foundation