COVID-19, the changing geopolitics in East Asia, and the peace process on the Korean Peninsula
Focusing on the role of South Korea Seoul, 2021
Focusing on the role of South Korea / Koo Gab Woo (University of North Korean Studies), Kim Tae-Kyung (University of North Korean Studies). - Seoul : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Korea Office, 2021. - 25 Seiten = 7,4 MB, PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Seoul : FES, 2021
The revision of the Trade and Sustainable Development Chapter
KIM Tae Wook, NOH Ju Hee, KIM Sola. - Seoul : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Korea Office, November 2018. - 55 Seiten = 1,3 MB PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Seoul : FES, 2018. - Bilingual edition in English and Korean
[Stefan Schmalz & Klaus Dörre]. - [Seoul] : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Korea Office, 2018. - 11 Seiten = 480 KB, PDF-File. - (FES information series ; 2018,2) In korean language. - Electronic ed.: Seoul : FES, 2018
The female labour markets and parental leave policies in post-industrial countries in Europe and East Asia
Song Min Young, Sophia Seung-yoon Lee (Department of Social Welfare, Ehwa Womans University). - [Seoul] : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, May 2018. - 29 Seiten = 1,2 MB PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Seoul : FES, 2018. - Korean script with english summary
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