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한양대학교 서울캠퍼스 사회과학대학 정치외교학과 교수



A. Articles in peer-reviewed academic journals (indexed in SSCI) 

·         “Why and How Should We Go for a Multicausal Analysis in the Study of Foreign Policy?: (Meta-) theoretical Rationales and Methodological Rules,”Review of International Studies, Volume 38, Issue 4, (2012), pp. 763–783.

·         “Rethinking Logic of Inference and Explanation in the field of International Relations,” Politics, Volume 32, Issue 3, (2012), pp. 162–174.

·         “What is ‘vintage’ in IR? A Writer’s Note,” PS: Political Science and Politics, Volume 46, Issue 3, (2013), pp. 611-614.

·         “Getting Asia Right and Advancing the field of IR,” Political Studies Review, Volume 11, Issue 3, (2013), pp. 369-377.

·         “The Power of Human Beliefs over the State’s Behavior in World Politics,” International Political Science Review, Volume 34 Issue 4, (2013), pp. 372-391.

·         “Smoke, but No Fire? In Social Science, Focus on the Most Distinct Part,” PS: Political Science and Politics, Volume 47, Issue 1, (2014), pp. 145-148.

·         “Elusive East Asia: ‘Methodological’ Suggestions for the Study of East Asian Security,” Japanese Journal of Political Science, Volume 17, Issue 03, (2016), pp. 451-467.

·         “Cyberwar: Taking Stock of Security and Warfare in the Digital Age,”International Studies Perspectives,Volume 17, Issue 03, (2016), pp. 343-360.

·         “To what extent is post-positivism ‘practised’ in IR? Evidence from China and the USA,”International Political Science Review (2016), doi: 10.1177/0192512116642222.

·         “What does International Relations Theory Tell Us about Territorial Disputes and their Resolution?”International Politics (accepted, and forthcoming).  

B. Articles in peer-reviewed academic journals (indexed in Korean Citation Index)

·          “Marginalized IR theory and Korea’s International Political Issues: Revisiting IR and Korea from Postcolonial Perspective”, Korean International Studies Association Journal, (in Korean), Volume 56, Issue 3, (2016), pp. 1-23.

·         “Critical Theory and its Implications for Foreign Policy Practice: with a Focus on South Korea foreign policy,” Review of International and Area Studies, (in Korean) Volume 24, Issue 3, (2015), pp. 67-93.

·         “Making a case for Metatheory in Korean IR,” Korean Political Science Association Journal,(in Korean) Volume 49, Issue 4, (2015), pp. 127-156.

·         “Psychological and Cognitive Approaches in IR,” Korean International Studies Association Journal, (in Korean) Volume 53, Issue 4, (2013), pp. 79-111. 

C. Books and Book Chapters 

·         What is at stake in building “non-Western” IR? (Routledge, forthcoming 2018).

·         Pluralism and Engagement in the Discipline of International Relations (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).

·         Regionalizing Global Crises: The Financial Crisis and New Frontiers in Regional Governance (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).

·         ‘Methodology for the Study of Foreign Policy: Suggestions for Paradigm Shift’, in Y.W. Lee and W.H. Lee eds., Diversity in IR Methodology (Seoul: Seoul National University, 2014).

·         'Great Powers in the Asia Pacific Region and Australia’s Foreign Policy: A Dual-Track Strategy’, in H.J. Lee ed., An Understanding of Contemporary Australia (Seoul: KSI, 2011).