Ben DeDominicis is an associate professor of political science at the Catholic University of Korea in the School of International studies.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Soft Power and Bargaining Leverage on the Korean Peninsula

Soft and hard argaining leverage advantages for South Korea in its diplomatic interaction regarding North Korea resulted in the North Korean nuclear program response.

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Personnel Performance Evaluation Systems in Non-profit Academic Multinational Institutions: The American University in Bulgaria and The Catholic University of Korea

Multinational institutions differ from multicultural ones in the formation of political power centers along national fault lines in a fragmented organizational culture. Creating an effective personnel evaluation system is challenging.

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Nationalism, Policy and Practice in International Education

“Globalization” as in effect Westernization of national university education supposedly supports an emerging global elite meritocracy. Dominant international political actors disproportionately influence this process for their particular aims.

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Published online: July 30, 2014

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State Authority in Bulgaria: A Post-Colonial Balkan National Community

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Nationalism and the European Union: A Critique of the EU Common Security and Defense Policy

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Conceptualizing Causes and Consequences of Application of Uti Possidetis Juris in Europe

The international community’s differing response to Serbian and Russian Irredentism illustrates critical challenges in developing peace strategies with a foundation in human rights unless national self-determination is included.

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The Bulgarian Orthodox Church as a Norm Entrepreneur in the Europeanization of Bulgaria

Developing decision making ethics in post-colonial societies confront greater challenges than in political systems that have not experienced control by a imperial power during their modernization phase.

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Pan-Slavism and Soft Power in Post-Cold War Southeast European International Relations: Competitive Interference and Smart Power in the European Theatre of the Clash of Civilizations

The drive for self-determination of national minorities often arbitrarily placed within state borders receives support from competing great power actors, intensifying conflict. This pattern has intensified in the nuclear era.

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Responding to Globalization: Nationalism and Public Education in the South Korean History Textbook Controversy

South Korean and US history textbook controversies are compared in the midst of the current Korean debate on the government asserting control over content in South Korean history textbooks.

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Published online: August 2, 2017

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