Featured content (essays, interviews, and reviews) is the backbone of Sino-NK. All essays contain original and provocative arguments, adhere to academic standards for methodology and style, and are properly documented. Essays published at Sino-NK undergo a rigorous review process and are edited and formatted according to the standards set forth in the Sino-NK Style Guide. Sino-NK interviews and reviews bring unique and substantive content to the academic fore. Conducted by Sino-NK staff and contributors, interviews engage top academics and practitioners working the field on a host of issues pertaining to Northeast Asia. Reviews cover the latest in the literature and come in the form of individual reviews or Sino-NK “roundtables.” Our symposia are a themed grouping of featured essays, sometimes guest edited.
- Six Hours to Midnight: GSOMIA and the US Indo-Pacific Strategy
- Live from Korea, live from anywhere: a review of “K-pop Live: Fans, Idols, and Multimedia Performance”
- Understanding North Korea: Foreign Relations of North Korea in 2000
- Yongusil 98: Moscow and the Dilemma of Regional Development versus North Korea Sanctions