We are delighted to inform our readers that the second, latest issue of the International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies for 2019 (Vol. 15, No. 2) is now published.
In this latest publication, six contributions and articles of of diverse disciplines and geographical spread are made available for downloads. All of the contents published are licensed under Creative Commons (CC-BY).
Articles published are as the following:
- Moscow’s Great Power Dilemmas: The Role of Asiatic Russia in Russia-China Relations, by Rafael Contreras-Luna
- When Does a Newborn Democracy Fail? Evidence from South Korea’s Second Democratic Regime, 1960-1961, by Inhye Heo
- An Investigation of Archaeological Remains at Lamreh Site, Aceh, Indonesia and Their Context Within the Lamuri Kingdom, by Amir Husni, Saryulis, Husaini Ibrahim and Mokhtar Saidin
- Education Governance Reforms and Skills Certification of Filipino Entertainment Workers Exported to Japan (1994-2004), by Mark Maca
- South Korea’s (Incomplete) Middle-Power Diplomacy Toward ASEAN, by Brendan Howe and Min Joung Park
- The Filipinos and the Philippines in Nora Cruz Quebral’s Development Communication Discourse: Strengthening Communication’s Groundedness in a Nation’s Context, by Romel A. Daya
The journal and the publisher, Penerbit USM (USM Press) thank our contributors, reviewers and readers for their continued support to the journal.