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Throughout history, from obstacles involving foreign invasion and intervention coupled with domestic rivalry. the Korean peninsula struggled to legitimize and protect its sovereignty. This research involves an investigation and analysis of patterns in chat history. The article provides a broad examination of Korean political development with interdisciplinary insights into sovereignty while underscoring the need for new approaches and epistemological unity in political philosophy. The Korean peninsula serves as an example of the challenges.

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In: Asian International Studies Review