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Volume 46, Number 1, 2 January 2014

THE MILITARIZATION OF KOREAN HUMAN RIGHTS
pp. 3-14(12)
Author: Bo-hyuk, Suh

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SOUTH KOREA'S ENGAGEMENT POLICY
pp. 15-38(24)
Authors: Bae, Jong-Yun; Moon, Chung-in

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TOWARD “THE DAY AFTER”
pp. 39-64(26)
Authors: Song, Dae-Han; Hong, Christine

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STIFLED GROWTH AND ADDED SUFFERING
pp. 91-112(22)
Author: Kim, Haeyoung

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PEACE AS A NORTH KOREAN HUMAN RIGHT
pp. 113-126(14)
Author: Liem, Paul

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CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY?
pp. 127-143(17)
Author: Smith, Hazel

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The Act of Killing
pp. 145-146(2)

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The Act of Killing
pp. 147-149(3)
Author: Cribb, Robert

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REMEMBERING TO FORGET
pp. 150-156(7)
Author: Baker, Jacqui

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MULTIPLE ACTS OF KILLING
pp. 157-161(5)
Author: Tyson, Adam

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GREAT AND MISPLACED EXPECTATIONS
pp. 162-166(5)
Author: Heryanto, Ariel

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PREMAN NATION: Watching The Act of Killing in Indonesia
pp. 167-170(4)
Author: Wandita, Galuh

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NO, The Act of Killing IS NOT UNETHICAL
pp. 176-178(3)
Author: van Klinken, Gerry

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THE EXECUTIONERS' MASKS
pp. 179-182(4)
Author: Roosa, John

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PICTURING VIOLENCE: Anti-Politics and The Act of Killing
pp. 183-188(6)
Author: Dwyer, Leslie K.

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HEROES AS KILLERS OR KILLERS AS HEROES?
pp. 204-207(4)
Author: Sears, Laurie J.

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