Asian Historical International Relations
Ji-Young Lee, “Hegemonic Authority and Domestic Legitimation: Japan and Korea under Chinese Hegemonic Order in Early Modern East Asia,” Security Studies, vol. 25, no. 2 (April-June 2016).
Ji-Young Lee, “Diplomatic Ritual as a Power Resource: The Politics of Asymmetry in Early Modern Chinese-Korean Relations,” Journal of East Asian Studies, vol. 13, no. 2 (May-Aug. 2013).
Ji-Young Lee, “The Tribute System and the World Imagined in Early Modern East Asia,” Millennium: Journal of International Studies (forthcoming).
OTHER SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
Ji-Young Lee, “The founding of the Korean Chosŏn Dynasty, 1392,” in East Asia in the World: Twelve Events that Shaped the Modern International Order, eds., Stephen Haggard and David Kang (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2020).
Ji-Young Lee, “Historicizing China’s Rise and International Relations of East Asia,” EAI Fellows Program Working Paper Series, no. 47 (December 2014).
Ji-Young Lee, “Author’s Response,” H-Diplo/International Security Studies Forum Roundtable, vol. 10, no. 8 (2018), pp. 26-31.
American Hegemonic Order in Asia
Ji-Young Lee, “Contested American Hegemony and Regional Order in Postwar Asia: The Case of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization,” International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, vol. 19, no. 2 (May 2019), pp. 237-67. (an advance article online, December 2017).
Everyday Identity Politics and Territorial Dispute
Ji-Young Lee and Jaehyun Lee, “Everyday Politics of “Dokdo” and South Korean National Identity: An Analysis of Education, Media, and Civil Society,” The Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law, vol. 7, no. 1 (June 2019), pp. 67-87.
Korea and US-China Competition
Eleni Ekmektsioglou and Ji-Young Lee, “North Korea, Missile Defense, and U.S.-China Security Dilemma,” The Pacific Review (an advance article online, December 2020).
PEER-REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTER
Ji-Young Lee, “South Korea’s Strategic Nondecision and Sino-U.S. Competition,” in Strategic Asia 2020: US-China Competition for Regional and Global Influence, eds., Ashley Tellis, Alison Szalwinski, and Michael Wills (Seattle: National Bureau of Asian Research, 2020).