Global Politics Review
Volume 1 / Issue 1 / October 2015

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CONTENT

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PAPERS

Transnational Theory, Global World: Theory Matters, Not Geography.
Phoebe Gardner

The Hungarian Connection: the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and its Impact on Mao Zedong’s Domestic Policies in the late 1950s.
David Tibor Teszar

Big Frog in a Small Pond or a Giant of Asia? Understanding the Political Leadership Style of Lee Kuan Yew.
H.M.S. Amanda Herath

The Asian Gold Rush: a Critique to the Win-Win Chinese Strategy Towards Africa.
Camilla Crovella

Convergence or Divergence in Future? Comparative Analysis between the WTO SCM Agreement and the Agreement on Agriculture.
Minju Kim

ESSAYS

The Power of Cinema on the Korean Peninsula.
Samyel Lee

Aspects of Israeli Deterrence With a View to South Korean Applicability.
Daniel Foulkes


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