The International Journal of Korean Studies (IJKS)
is a scholarly journal published by the International Council on Korean
Studies (ICKS). The Journalís Editorial Board is composed of scholars from
universities and research institutes in the United States and Korea. The
journal publishes articles that address a broad range of topics related to
Korea including foreign relations, national security, inter-Korean
relations, the U.S.-Korean security alliance, domestic politics, Korean
economy, society, and culture, Korean heritage, and relations between
countries in the region.
The International Council on Korean Studies (ICKS
or Gukje Hanguk Hakhoi) was founded in March 1996. ICKS is a non-profit and
non-partisan organization dedicated to the advancement of Korean studies and
related academic and professional research in the field of Korean affairs in
the United States as well as abroad through international conferences,
seminars, publications, and other relevant activities. The Council aims to
promote the significance of Korean studies and explore issues of Korean
reunification among professionals and a new generation of Koreans and Korean
Americans. The Council holds an annual conference and publishes the
International Journal of Korean Studies (IJKS) twice a year.
The International Journal of Korean Studies
is carried in Asia-Studies Full-Text Online.
For further information, please visit
The ICKS website.