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  • E-ISSN2733-9343

[On This Topic] Legacies of Militarism in the Korean Peninsula in the Twenty-First Century

Korea Journal, (P)0023-3900; (E)2733-9343
2018, v.58 no.3, pp.5-14
https://doi.org/10.25024/kj.2018.58.3.5
(Vassar College)
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