migration

The Chosŏnjok as a Marginalized Diaspora in South Korea

The concept of the Balance of Power theory in the international relations paradigms is full of theoretical defaults in terms of the concept's definition. The hegemonic transition in the international community exhibits the phenomenon of the failure of the Balance of Power mechanism. The power shifting arguments also constitute theoretical challenges of continuous failure to the Balance of Power mechanism.

Do They Mix? Residential Segregation of Taiwanese People in China

Previous studies on the experiences of Taiwanese people in China
often discuss whether they would gradually assimilate into the Chinese
society and identify themselves as being Chinese instead of being
Taiwanese. Since the issue of political identity and the relationship across
the Strait have caused disputes among people in Taiwan in the past decade,
it is difficult to explore their self-identification in China. Therefore, it is no
surprise that little consensus has been reached among researchers on this
issue.

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