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Articles by Kang Sang Jung

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Kang Sangjung is a Professor specialising in political theory and inter-Asia relations in the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, University of Tokyo. His most recent works include Omoni (2010) and Rīdā wa Hanpo mae o Aruke: Kim Dae-jung to iu Hito (2009). - See more at: http://www.japanfocus.org/-Kang-Sang_Jung/3595#sthash.B65BAh12.dpuf
Kang Sangjung is a Professor specialising in political theory and inter-Asia relations in the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, University of Tokyo. His most recent works include Omoni (2010) and Rīdā wa Hanpo mae o Aruke: Kim Dae-jung to iu Hito (2009). - See more at: http://www.japanfocus.org/-Kang-Sang_Jung/3595#sthash.B65BAh12.dpuf
Kang Sangjung is a Professor specialising in political theory and inter-Asia relations in the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, University of Tokyo. His most recent works include Omoni (2010) and Rīdā wa Hanpo mae o Aruke: Kim Dae-jung to iu Hito (2009). - See more at: http://www.japanfocus.org/-Kang-Sang_Jung/3595#sthash.B65BAh12.dpuf
Kang Sangjung is a Professor specialising in political theory and inter-Asia relations in the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, University of Tokyo. His most recent works include Omoni (2010) and Rīdā wa Hanpo mae o Aruke: Kim Dae-jung to iu Hito (2009). - See more at: http://www.japanfocus.org/-Kang-Sang_Jung/3595#sthash.B65BAh12.dpuf
Kang Sangjung is a Professor specialising in political theory and inter-Asia relations in the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, University of Tokyo. His most recent works include Omoni (2010) and Rīdā wa Hanpo mae o Aruke: Kim Dae-jung to iu Hito (2009). - See more at: http://www.japanfocus.org/-Kang-Sang_Jung/3595#sthash.B65BAh12.dpuf
Kang Sangjung is a Professor specialising in political theory and inter-Asia relations in the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, University of Tokyo. His most recent works include Omoni (2010) and Rīdā wa Hanpo mae o Aruke: Kim Dae-jung to iu Hito (2009). - See more at: http://www.japanfocus.org/-Kang-Sang_Jung/3595#sthash.B65BAh12.dpuf
Kang Sangjung is a Professor specialising in political theory and inter-Asia relations in the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, University of Tokyo. His most recent works include Omoni (2010) and Rīdā wa Hanpo mae o Aruke: Kim Dae-jung to iu Hito (2009). - See more at: http://www.japanfocus.org/-Kang-Sang_Jung/3595#sthash.B65BAh12.dpuf
Kang Sangjung is a Professor specialising in political theory and inter-Asia relations in the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, University of Tokyo. His most recent works include Omoni (2010) and Rīdā wa Hanpo mae o Aruke: Kim Dae-jung to iu Hito (2009). - See more at: http://www.japanfocus.org/-Kang-Sang_Jung/3595#sthash.B65BAh12.dpuf
Kang Sangjung is a Professor specialising in political theory and inter-Asia relations in the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, University of Tokyo. His most recent works include Omoni (2010) and Rīdā wa Hanpo mae o Aruke: Kim Dae-jung to iu Hito (2009). - See more at: http://www.japanfocus.org/-Kang-Sang_Jung/3595#sthash.B65BAh12.dpuf
Kang Sangjung is a Professor specialising in political theory and inter-Asia relations in the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, University of Tokyo. His most recent works include Omoni (2010) and Rīdā wa Hanpo mae o Aruke: Kim Dae-jung to iu Hito (2009). - See more at: http://www.japanfocus.org/-Kang-Sang_Jung/3595#sthash.B65BAh12.dpuf