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  • New Vision for Inter-Korean Relations and Community for Peace, Economy and Life of the Korean Peninsula.

    Date
    August 31(Tue.) ~ September 2(Thu.), 2021

    DAY 1

    09 : 00 ~ 10 : 20

    Opening Ceremony

    Ministry of Unification
    Opening Remarks
    LEE In-young (Minister of Unification)
    Congratulatory
    PARK Byeong-seug (Speaker of the National Assembly)

    Special Message

    Ministry of Unification

    International Community and UN's Roles for Permanent Peace on the Korean Peninsula

    Speaker
    Antonio Guterres (Secretary General of the United Nations)

    Keynote Speech

    Ministry of Unification

    30th Anniversary Evaluation of the Framework Agreement between the two Koreas and Vision of Inter-Korean Relations

    Speaker
    JEONG Se Hyun (The National Unification Advisory Council, Executive Vice-chairperson)
    Moderator
    JUNG Jin Heon (National Institute for Unification Education, Professor)

    10 : 50 ~ 12 : 20

    SESSION 1-1

    Ministry of Unification

    Challenges and Opportunities of the Peace Process on the Korean Peninsula-Sage Dialogue

    Moderator
    KIM Yeon Chul (Former Minister of Unification)
    Panelist
    MOON Chung-in (Sejong Foundation, Chairman)
    Alexander ZHEBIN (The Center for Korean Studies, Institute of Far Eastern Studies (IFES) (Russia), Director)
    LEE Jong Seok (Former Minister of Unification)
    Ning Fukui (Former Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Republic of Korea)
    Joseph Detrani (Former Special Envoy for Six Party Talks with North Korea)

    At a turning point in crucial political landscape in not only South-North Korea relations and North Korea-U.S. relations, but also in achieving denuclearization and establishing peace on the Korean Peninsula, there is a need for close communication with the international community, including the U.S., and to continuously expand dialogue on peace to build permanent peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula. There are various thoughts and ideas regarding the international situation surrounding the Korean Peninsula around North Korean nuclear issue and sanctions. And in such uncertain external environment, the session invites a group of wise leaders (‘wise men’) on the issue of the Korean Peninsula from home and abroad to improve inter-Korean relations and to engage in dialogue with North Korea by discussing the challenges and opportunities of the Korean Peninsula from the failure of the North Korea-U.S. Hanoi Summit to the Biden administration and seeking solutions for the Moon administration’s pursuit of the peace process.

    10 : 50 ~ 12 : 20

    SESSION 1-2

    The Institute for Far Eastern Studies (IFES), Kyungnam University

    Peace on the Korean Peninsula and ROK-Japan-China Cooperations

    Moderator
    LEE Kwan-Sei (The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Director)
    Speaker
    Ewa MOTYLIŃSKA (The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Visiting Research Fellow)
    HIRAI Hisashi (The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Visiting Research Fellow)
    Discussant
    Pavel P. EM (The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Visiting Research Fellow)
    CHO Jin-Goo (The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Assistant Professor)
    LIANG Meihua (The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Visiting Research Fellow)
    LEE Byong-Chul (The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Assistant Professor)

    Unlike Trump's, the Biden administration seeks to confront China by giving priority to working with allies while upholding the values of environment issues, human rights and security issues. Both South Korea and Japan, with a high economic dependency on China, are faced with a difficult situation in their strategic foreign policy towards the U.S. and China. In this session, we aim to examine how ROK-Japan-China should cooperate to solve the North Korean nuclear issues, which is the Northeast Asian agenda and global security issue, and the environmental problem that is emerging as an important transnational problem in Northeast Asia due to economic interdependence.

    10 : 50 ~ 12 : 20

    SESSION 1-3

    East Asia Institute

    The Korean Peninsula and the US-China Strategic Competition

    Moderator
    SOHN Yul (East Asia Institute, President)
    Panelist
    PARK Won Gon (Ewha Womans University, Professor)
    Andrew SCOBELL (United States Institute of Peace, Distinguished Fellow for China)
    KIMIYA Tadashi (The University of Tokyo, Professor)
    LI Tingting (Peking University, Associate Professor)

    The transition to a Joe Biden presidency foreshadows the emergence of a new Northeast Asian geo-political landscape amidst competition between U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy and China's One Belt One Road policy. The U.S. is strengthening bilateral and multilateral alliances, including the QUAD, emphasizing middle-power diplomacy and democratic norms. On the other hand, China strives to strengthen its status and is actively seeking to build solidarity with Russia and ASEAN member states to construct new international relations. Within this context, South Korea should seek to employ a complex, yet flexible diplomatic strategy to realize “Denuclearization & Peace Process on the Korean Peninsula.” The East Asia Institute (EAI) aims to discuss South Korea's North Korea strategy and the future of regional order in Northeast Asia amidst the U.S.-China competition.

    10 : 50 ~ 12 : 20

    SESSION 1-4

    The Asia Foundation

    Asian Views on Peace and Stability of the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    OH Youngju (Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security, President)
    Presenter
    Raja MOHAN (Institute of South Asian Studies at National University of Singapore, Director)
    HOO Chiew Ping (National University of Malaysia, Senior Lecturer)
    Discussant
    Vannarith CHHEANG (Asian Vision Institute, President)
    Thitinan PONGSUDHIRAK (Chulalongkorn University, Director)
    Le HONG HIEP (ISEAS, Yusof Ishak Institute, Senior Fellow)

    Despite many decades of efforts by Korea, the U.S. and other world leaders, the future of North Korea and its relationship with the rest of the world remain very much uncertain and unresolved.
    New perspectives are needed. Instead of relying on the usual sources of experts, The Asia Foundation propose to include regional perspectives on the peace and stability of the Korean peninsula, including engagement opportunities, particularly from Asia. The Asia Foundation proposes to host an international dialogue (blended format) by tapping into our extensive networks (with a presence of 18 different countries) in Asia.

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 00

    SESSION 2-1

    Unification Council of Korea

    Evaluation and the meaning of 30th anniversary of the Inter-Korean Basic Agreement

    Moderator
    KIM Hyungki (Steering Committee of the Democratic and Peaceful Unification Advisory Council, Program Officer)
    Presenter
    PARK Kwang Ho (Halla University, Professor)
    LIM Byeong Cheol (Korea Hana Foundation, Director)
    Discussant
    RYOO Chongryul (Unification Council of Korea, Operating Committee)
    KIM Wunghee (Unification Council of Korea, Operating Committee)
    LEE Moo-il (Gaeseong Industrial District Foundation, Standing Auditor)

    The division of the Korean Peninsula has been maintained for more than 70 years. Until now, the Korean government and people have been steadily making efforts to dismantle the division structure, which stems from differences in ideology and international dynamics. Unfortunately, however, North Korea's non-cooperative stance, international interests and internal conflicts have made little progress in achieving peace and unification on the Korean Peninsula. The Inter-Korean Framework Agreement could serve as a framework for reconciliation, cooperation, peaceful coexistence and eventual reunification in a state of division between South and North Korea. We would like to evaluate the inter-Korean agreement in light of the inter-Korean relationship and find out what will be used to create an era of peace on the Korean Peninsula.

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 00

    SESSION 2-2

    Korea Institute for National Unification

    Concepts of Peace and Korea Peace Vision

    Moderator
    PARK Myoungkyu (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Endowded Professor)
    Presenter
    JUNG Hyuk (Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Republic of Korea (TRCK), Deputy Director)
    HEO Ji Young (Seoul Institute, Visiting Research Fellow)
    JOO Yunjeong (ISDPR, Seoul National University, Research Fellow)
    Discussant
    SOEYA Yoshihide (Keio University, Professor Emeritus)
    LEE SungYong (University of Otago, Associate Professor)
    KANG Hyukmin (Kangwon Institute for Unification Studies, Senior Researcher)
    SUH Bo-hyuk (Korea Institute for National Unification, Research Fellow)

    Although a peace discourse has been around since 2018, the comprehensive understanding of the concept of peace has been lacking so the vision of peace on the Korean Peninsula is subsequently limited merely to the concept of national/military security such as denuclearization, a peace regime, or a negative peace theory. This session allows us to contemplate and envision a vision for peace on the Korean Peninsula based on the understanding of various concepts of peace, such as an absence of war, life, quality of life, coexistence, and diversity. This process is expected to facilitate an enhancement of peace discourse, the promotion of peace consciousness, and an expansion of the foundation for the peace policy.

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 00

    SESSION 2-3

    Social Dialogue for Peace and Unification Building of Korea (PUB of Korea)

    The possibility of the social dialogue and agreement on Peace and Unification of the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    KIM Kyung-min (National Council of YMCAs of Korea, General Secretary)
    Presenter
    LEE Taeho (Civil Society Organizations Network in Korea, Co-chair of steering committee)
    LIM Hunjo (Korea NGO Association, Co-representative)
    HAN Heeseung (Social Dialogue for 'National Unification Contract', Participant)
    Discussant
    JHE Seongho (Chung-Ang University Law School, Professor)
    ENKHSAIKHAN Jargalsaikhan (Blue Banner NGO, Mongolia, Chairperson)
    YEO Hyesook (Women Making Peace, Co-representative)
    YOO Heejae (ORP Institute , Vice President)
    Lawrence PHILBROOK (The Institute of Cultural Affairs Taiwan, Director)
    KIM Taehyon (National Council of Churches in Korea, Director)

    'Over the past 70 years, Korean society has gradually deepened its consumptive South-South conflict due to rapidly changing policies related to inter-Korean relations as regimes change. In fact, people have been excluded from the design of future of the Korean Peninsula, which is directly related to their safety and wellness. Civil society organizations, religious communities, and experts believed consistent and constructive policy implementation would be possible regardless of regimes if a national agreement on peace and unification has been made. They have proposed the need for the agreement for many years indeed. President Moon Jae-in announced 'The National Unification Contract' as one of his presidential election pledges, and he has proceeded it as a national policy after the election in 2017. Seven major religions and civil society organizations, from the conservatives, centrists, and liberals, founded the 'Social Dialogue for Peace and Unification Building of Korea,' an independent non-governmental organization for social dialogue. Since 2018 we have held social dialogues of various forms and contents on peace and unification and developed discussion agendas and a model for deliberative discussions in cooperation with the government (Ministry of Unification) and the local governments. As a result, a total number of 6,000 people a year engaged in these social dialogue conversations for four years. The Social Dialogue for Peace and Unification Building of Korea and the Ministry of Unification have been proceeding the social dialogue to adopt the ‘National Unification Contract’ since July 2020. About 300 people selected by a trusted polling agency considering the balance of region, gender, age and political orientation had the preliminary social dialogue. About 100 civic participants were selected through the pre-social dialogue, and they engaged in eight deliberative discussions (8 hours each) to adopt the ‘National Unification Contract’ and proposed it to the government and the National Assembly. The Social Dialogue for Peace and Unification Building of Korea would like to introduce the progress of the social dialogue and the ‘National Unification Contract’ made and adopted by people at the Korea Global Forum for Peace, and share the possibility and meaning of social consensus on the sharp issue of peace and unification on the Korean Peninsula.

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 00

    SESSION 2-4

    The Council for Peace and Public Diplomacy

    People's solidarity for peace in East Asia

    Moderator
    CHO Youngmi (Korean Women’s Movement for Peace, Executive Director)
    Panelist
    HWANG Soo Young (People's Solidarity for Participatory Democracy (PSPD), Manager)
    LEE Won-young (Korea Democracy Foundation, Executive Director)
    YI Kiho (Center for Peace & Public Integrity, Hanshin University Executive, Director)
    LEE Young chae (Keisen University, Professor)
    LEE Dong-ki (Kangwon Institute for Unification Studies, Director)

    The Council for Peace and Public Diplomacy (CPPD) prepared a session under the theme of ‘Civil Society Solidarity for Peace in East Asia’ in 2021. Following the 'Global Civil Society Response' held in 2020, the 2021 session, which has a continuity, will show various attempts by civil society in East Asia, including South Korea, to break away from the traditional method and open a new horizon for peace on the Korean Peninsula through new approaches and trials. Through the Korea Global Forum for Peace, we would like to share and seek a cooperative system.

    15 : 20 ~ 15 : 40

    Keynote Speech

    Ministry of Unification

    The Role of the Church to Build Peace on the Korean Peninsula

    Speaker
    Pietro PAROLIN (The Holy See, Secretary of State)

    16 : 00 ~ 17 : 30

    SESSION 3-1

    Korea Institute for National Unification

    Integrated Approach and Tasks for Human Rights and Development for Sustainable Peace on the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    KIM Sooam (Korea Institute for National Unification, Senior Research Fellow)
    Presenter
    LEE Anselmo (GAFC, Kyunghee University, Senior Research Fellow)
    WON Jae-Chun (Handong Global University, Professor of International Law and Director of International Law Center)
    KIM Taekyoon (Seoul National University, Professor)
    Discussant
    LEE Keumsoon (Korea Institute for National Unification, Senior Research Fellow)
    MUNTARBHON Vitit (Faculty of Law, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, Professor)
    David MAIZLISH (International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Head of Mission to the Republic of Korea)

    A ‘development based on human rights’ is an important virtue and value for the right to development. Human rights and development are mutually-complementary and overriding by nature given that they share common objectives and vision. Therefore, human rights improvement and sustainable development should be considered in an integrated manner to settle peace and establish a life community on the Korean Peninsula. Assistance rooted in North Korea’s demands should contribute to its sustainable development and should be able to comprehensively promote civil·political rights and economic·social·cultural rights going beyond the meaning of mere benefits. In that regard, the session discusses challenges of humanitarian assistance and development cooperation in the post-corona era and the direction for development based on human rights, thereby deriving theoretical and policy tasks to promote the development and human rights.

    16 : 00 ~ 17 : 30

    SESSION 3-2

    The Institute for Unification and Peace Studies, Seoul National University

    Cooperative Governance between South and North Koreas to Respond to Bio Security Threats in the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    KIM Bumsoo (Seoul National University, Professor)
    Presenter
    SHIN Sang-Do (Seoul National University College of Medicine, Professor)
    CHOI Kang-Seuk (Seoul National University College of Veterinary Medicine, Professor)
    Discussant
    John LINTON (Yonsei University College of Medicine, Professor)
    KIM Sang Bae (Seoul National University, Professor)

    To respond effectively to bio security threats such as COVID-19, avian influenza, African swine fever, etc., cooperation is required among neighboring countries. In particular, South and North Koreas should closely cooperate to respond effectively to bio security threats which can spread rapidly across national borders. Taking this point into account, this session purposes to examine how to build cooperative governance between South and North Koreas to respond to bio security threats in the Korean peninsula.

    15 : 30 ~ 17 : 00

    SESSION 3-4

    Korea Water Resources Corporation (K-water)

    Inter-Korean cooperation beyond climate change and water disasters in the Korean peninsula

    Moderator
    NAMKUNG Eun (Seoul National University, Research Professor)
    Presenter
    Thomas SCHAEFER (German Foreign Office (until 2018), Ambassador (Ret.))
    KIM Kyoung Hun (Korea Water Resources Corporation(K-Water), General Manager)
    LEE Chang-Hee (Myongji University, Professor)
    Discussant
    KIM Tae Kyun (Korean Council of Reconciliation and Cooperation(KCRC), General Secretary )
    KIM Young-Oh (Seoul National University, Professor)
    Felix GLENK (Hans Seidel Foundation Korea, DPR Korea Project Manager)

    Importance of cooperation on the non-traditional security issues such as climate change and water disasters(typhoon, heavy rain, flood, drought, etc.) is dramatically increasing, under the circumstance of prolonged sanctions against North Korea. North Korea released the flood prevention as a major task at the 8th Party Congress this year. In addition, it is expected that cooperation on the climate change would be strengthened among the international community including United States and United Nations. Through the working plan of 2021, Korean government also suggested the fundamental directions to cooperate on the urgent issues which threatened lives and safety of South and North Korean people and announced the plan of environmental cooperation such as river management. In this session, therefore, we would like to review the current status of water disasters in North Korea and discuss the further direction of inter-Korean cooperation on water issue.

    17 : 20 ~ 19 : 00

    SESSION 3-3

    Ministry of Unification

    Diagnosis and prescription for the resumption of diplomacy with North Korea- Conversation with Ambassdors to DPRK

    Moderator
    KIM Ji Young (National Insititute for Unification Education)
    Panelist
    Colin CROOKS (British Ambassador to North Korea)
    Thomas SCHAEFER (German Foreign Office (until 2018), Ambassador (Ret.))

    North Korea has focused its capacity on domestic issues for some time through its 8th Party Congress and Enlarged Meeting of Political Bureau this year, opening a room for option through a message of both toughness and moderateness in terms of South Korea and the U.S., implying room for conversation. It is, however, saying that ‘talk for the sake of talk’ is ‘pointless,’ demanding ‘a cause’ for dialogue. Against this backdrop, it has become ever more important for countries with diplomatic relations with North Korea to actively communicate and mediate with the international community through dialogue and diplomacy for permanent peace to take root on the Korean Peninsula. In this regard, the session aims to share the experience and knowhows of the present and former Ambassadors to North Korea, shine a spotlight on the changes of the North Korean regime in the era of Kim Jong-un, diagnose the current problems of diplomacy toward North Korea, and discuss solutions for resumption diplomacy toward North Korea.

    DAY 2

    10 : 20 ~ 10 : 30

    Special Message

    Ministry of Unification

    Global Quarantine Cooperation and the Northeast Asian Quarantine Community after COVID-19

    Speaker
    Tedros Adhanom GHEBREYESUS (WHO, Director-General)

    10 : 40 ~ 12: 10

    SESSION 4-1

    Hananuri Academy of Northeast Asian Studies

    From the space of confrontation to the space of solidarity: Social Solidarity and Economic Cooperation in the Tumen River Super-Border Region

    Moderator
    KIM Chang jin (Graduate School of Social Economics, Sungkonghoe University)
    Presenter
    CHO Sungchan (Academy of Northeast Asian Studies, Research Director)
    LEE Chanwoo (Teikyo University, Associate Professor)
    KIM Hyun Dong (Noreast Asia Food Cooperative, President)
    Discussant
    KIM YoungChan (Incheon National University Institute for Unification and Integration, Visiting Scholar)
    CUI Wen (Yanbian University, Professor)
    LEE Jusung (Korea NGO Counsil for Cooperation with North Korea, Secretary General)

    "The periphery is the space of change, the space of creation, and the space of life." (Shin Young-bok, 2012) The Tumen River's super border area is located on the periphery of Northeast Asia. This place has been a place of confrontation ever since modernization. However, new changes are also detected. The Tumen River Delta International Tourism Joint Zone, led by China, was established and designated as a joint development zone to turn ecological resources into tourism resources. Alsace-Lauren, which was the space for France and Germany's confrontation, turned into a space for peace and economic cooperation and the EU headquarters was established. Likewise, the transition of the Tumen River super border into a UN-led solidarity space is very important for peace and economic prosperity on the Korean Peninsula as well as in Northeast Asia. New space needs a new economic system. Ahn Jung-geun presented a model for a peace economy through the East Peace Theory (1910). Based on these ideas, the session aims to expand the concept of "Social and Solidarity Economy" emphasized by today's UN-SDGs to explore the implications of the Tumen River hyper-border region. Specifically, it presents a basic model of social solidarity economic cooperation, examines the possibilities of the Rason, the periphery of the Korean Peninsula, and the role of Korean local governments and civil society for social solidarity economic cooperation.

    10 : 40 ~ 12: 10

    SESSION 4-2

    Korea Institute for National Unification

    The Peace Process on the Korean Peninsula and A Vision for New Inter-Korean Relations

    Moderator
    KIM Yeon Chul (Inje University, Professor (Former Minister of Unification))
    Presenter
    CHO Han Bum (Korea Institute for National Unification, Senior Research Fellow)
    Adam Ministry of UnificationNT (Federation of American Scientists, Senior Fellow)
    Discussant
    KOO Kab Woo (University of North Korean Studies, Professor)
    LEE Soo Hyung (Institute for National Security Strategy, Senior Research Fellow)
    KIM Sang Ki (Korea Institute for National Unification, Research Fellow)

    ○ Amidst a prolonged impasse of North Korea-U.S. dialogue and inter-Korean dialogue, it is necessary to peacefully and stably manage the situation surrounding the Korean Peninsula and to achieve denuclearization and settle peace on the Korean Peninsula.
    - A discerning analysis is required on the situation surrounding the Korean Peninsula, positions of the neighboring countries over denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula and the peace process, and issues and tasks ahead for denuclearization negotiations.
    ○ The session will discuss South Korea’s policy and tasks ahead to establish new inter-Korean relations and settle a peace regime on the Korean Peninsula.

    10 : 40 ~ 12: 10

    SESSION 4-3

    Net Zero 2050 Climate Foundation

    Establishment of peace on the Korean Peninsula and promotion of ‘Inter-Korean Community of Life’ through ‘Inter-Korean climate cooperation’

    Moderator
    ROH Byungryul (Daejin University, Professor)
    Presenter
    Tomasz WIERZBOSKI (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Adjunct Professor)
    NA Yong Woo (Korea Institute for National Unification, Research Fellow)
    KIM Yong-Gun (Korea Environment Institute, Chief Research Fellow)
    Discussant
    HONG Sukhoon (Korea Institute for National Unification, Research Fellow)
    KIM IlGi (Institute for National Security Strategy, Senior Research Fellow)
    KIM Hyeongsoo (Dankook University, Professor)

    Recently, the spread of Corona 19 is highlighting the importance of human security. It is time to spread awareness of Inter-Korean Community of Life and promote a peaceful economy. Sustainability and revitalization of inter-Korean economic cooperation through environmental cooperation are being discussed as a new peaceful economy engine. In particular, as the issue of climate change is emerging as a global problem, Inter-Korean response to climate change through inter-Korean cooperation can be expected to have a role in promoting disaster and energy industries. Therefore, inter-Korean climate cooperation can play an important role in sustainable inter-Korean economic cooperation and peaceful settlement on the Korean Peninsula. This seminar aims to spread cooperation with the international community and discussions on ‘Inter-Korean Community of Life’ by suggesting inter-Korean cooperation measures on climate change.

    10 : 40 ~ 12: 10

    SESSION 4-4

    KDI School of Public Policy and Management / Institute for Korean Studies, George Washington University

    Changes in North Korea’s economic structure and people’s lives in the Kim Jong-un era

    Moderator
    JO Dong-Joon (Seoul National University, Professor)
    Presenter
    SOHN Wook (KDI School of Public Policy and Management, Professor)
    William BROWN (Northeast Asia Economics and Intelligence Advisory, Principal)
    KIM Yonho (Institute for Korean Studies, George Washington University, Associate Director)
    Discussant
    LIM Eul chul (The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Associate Professor)
    Daniel WERTZ (National Committee on North Korea, Senior Advisor)
    KIM Kyoochul (Korea Development Institute, Associate Fellow)

    Since Kim Jung Un took power in late 2011, North Korea has witnessed significant changes in the people's daily economic lives. Unlike his father, Kim consistently tolerated and even showed his willingness to utilize the booming informal market activities. He also initiated a series of economic 'reform' measures not only to spur sustainable economic growth but also to regain control over the economy, including the public and private finance. Although North Korea declared in early 2020 to return to its previous policy of pursuing nuclear and economic development simultaneously, it continues to explore ways to revitalize its economy in the face of robust international sanctions and the devastating effects of the global pandemic. This session will seek address these changes in a multifaceted approach, examining North Korea's economic policy changes in the Kim Jung Un era, the changing role of currency and finance, and the impact of North Korea's expanding mobile telecommunications sector on the market.

    13 : 20 ~ 14 : 50

    SESSION 5-1

    South-North Korea Exchange And Cooperation Support Association

    Implementation and task of HDP Nexus for Humanitarian aid-Development and Peace on Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    KANG Young-sik (South-North Korea Exchanges and Cooperation Support Association, Chairperson)
    Presenter
    KIM Taekyoon (Seoul National University, Professor)
    Jerome SAUVAGE (International Relations Consultant)
    Discussant
    YI Yehjung (Korean Sharing Movement, Director of Programs)
    Katharina ZELLWEGER (KorAid Ltd. CISAC, Director)
    Jussi OJALA (Finn Church Aid, Senior Advocacy Advisor in DPRK Programming)
    YI Jisun (Center for International Development Cooperation, Kyung Hee University, Research Professor)

    The international development cooperation regime has been divided into humanitarian aid-development, development-peace, peace-humanitarian aid through the Dual Nexus approach until now. Since an earnest, detailed discussion of HDP Nexus, Humanitarian aid-Development-Peace, began in 2016, the OECD DAC adopted the recommendation in 2019 to implement complementary humanitarian cooperation. Since then, it has been studied and discussed in the importance and applicability of Triple Nexus. On the other hand, humanitarian development(HD) cooperation with North Korea has limitations of not achieving SDGs, while three factors of HDP Nexus are divided by various actors. Therefore, Experts and foreign speakers will be invited for in-depth discussions to focus on whether HDP Nexus can be achieved to HD cooperation with North Korea and what tasks are needed to achieve peace on the Korean Peninsula.

    13 : 20 ~ 14 : 50

    SESSION 5-2

    Korea Institute for National Unification

    Evaluation of 10 Years of the Kim Jong Un Regime – Politics and Foreign Affairs

    Moderator
    KIM Hyunwook (Korea National Diplomatic Academy, Professor)
    Presenter
    OH Gyeong-seob (Korea Institute for National Unification, Research Fellow)
    KIM Jin-Ha (Korea Institute for National Unification, Senior Research Fellow)
    Discussant
    PARK Hyeong Jung (Korea Institute for National Unification, Distinguished Research Fellow)
    LEE Seung-yeol (National Assembly Research Service, Senior Researcher)
    CHUNG Kuyoun (Kangwon National University, Assistant Professor)
    NISHINO Junya (Keio University, Professor)

    o This session is designed to reflect on the past decade of North Korea’s politics and foreign affairs, 10 years after Kim Jong Un came into power, and to make a projection on what comes next.
    o The session analyzes the political process after Kim Jong Un’s succession of the power to understand the background in politics of how the Kim Jong Un regime has been able to establish a monolithic leadership and stabilize the power to some degree.
    o The session examines the objectives and patterns of North Korea’s nuclear diplomacy of the past decade under the Kim Jong Un regime and seeks timely, responsive measures by predicting behavioral patterns of North Korea’s external relations and nuclear diplomacy.

    13 : 20 ~ 14 : 50

    SESSION 5-3

    The Council for Peace and Public Diplomacy

    Envisoning and Empowering for Korea Peace Process

    Moderator
    MOON Ah Young (PEACEMOMO, CEO)
    Panelist
    HA Seongung (Ecumenical Youth Council in Korea, General Secretary)
    RHEE Hanbeet (National YWCA of Korea, Program Officer)
    HAN Gasun (The Joint Board of South and North Korea for the Compilation of Gyeoremal-Keunsajeon, Project Manager)
    UM Ikho (Oh!Special, Representative)
    KIM Jongdae (Re'Generation Movement, Executive Director)
    Meri JOYCE (Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict, Northeast Asia Regional Liaison Officer)
    OH Gyeongjin (Peace and Public Diplomacy Corps, Member)

    The Council for Peace and Public Diplomacy (CPPD) intends to share thoughts and opinions on peace as the theme of the second session of 2021. In addition, we plan to organize the hopes and visions they have so that they can be continuously reflected in related policies rather than a one-time workshop.

    13 : 20 ~ 14 : 50

    SESSION 5-4

    National Institute of Forest Science

    Paving the way for Inter-Korean Forest Cooperation

    Moderator
    PARK Hyun (National Institute of Forest Science, President)
    Presenter
    CHOI Hyungsoon (National Institute of Forest Science, Director)
    JEON Seong Woo (Korea University, Professor)
    YANG Moonsoo (University of North Korean Studies, Professor)
    Discussant
    TANG Shengyao (FAO Partnership and Liaison Office in the Republic of Korea, FAO Representative and Head of FAO PLO in ROK)
    LEE Yong-kwon (Korea Forest Service, Director)
    KIM Il-Han (Dongguk University DMZ Peace Center, Research Fellow)

    It was the forest sector that resumed inter-Korean cooperation after the Panmunjom Declaration in 2018. Since then, we have prepared a forum for discussions on the achievements of inter-Korean forest cooperation and preparations for a new turning point. There are several changes in inter-Korean relations, including the Biden government of the U.S. and the North Korea's 8th party congress, etc. It can be seen as a good time to prepare for a new momentum for the currently sluggish inter-Korean forest cooperation. We would like to present implications for inter-Korean forest cooperation through discussions at various levels on the prediction of future changes.

    16 : 20 ~ 17 : 50

    SESSION 6-1

    Korea Institute for National Unification

    Evaluation of 10 Years of the Kim Jong Un Regime – Economy and Society

    Moderator
    KIM Philo (Institute for Peace and Unification Studies, Seoul National University, Professor)
    Presenter
    HONG Jea Hwan (Korea Institute for National Unification, Director, North Korean Research Division)
    JEONG Eunmee (Korea Institute for National Unification, Research Fellow)
    Discussant
    CHOI Jangho (Korea Institute for international Economic Policy, Research Fellow)
    KIM Il-Han (Dongguk University DMZ Peace Center, Research Fellow)
    MIMURA Mitsuhiro (The Economic Research Institute for Northeast Asia, Senior Research Fellow)

    o The session is designed to reflet on the past decade of society and economy, 10 years after Kim Jong Un took power, and to make a projection on the way forward.
    o In terms of the economy, the session seeks to understand changes of North Korean economy in the Kim Jong Un era via an analysis on external economy of the last decade of the Kim Jong Un regime and to predict the impacts that sanctions and COVID-19 shock have on North Korean economy.
    o In terms of society, the session evaluates social policy of the last decade of the Kim Jong Un regime and analyzes changes of nation-society relations embedded in changes of social policy.

    16 : 20 ~ 17 : 50

    SESSION 6-2

    KWP and its Post - Nationalism

    KWP and its Post - Nationalism

    Moderator
    LEEM Kyung Hoon (Seoul National University, Professor)
    Presenter
    KIM Tae-Kyung (National Assembly Futures Institute, Associate Research Fellow)
    KANG Hye Suk (Seoul National University Asian Consortium for Political Research, Professor)
    MORI Tomo (Setsunan University, Professor)
    Discussant
    LEE Nam ju (Sungkonghoe University, Professor)
    ISOZAKI Atsuhito (Keio University, Professor)
    KWON Heonik (Seoul National University Asia Center, Professor)

    It is of great policy importance to look at the changes that North Korea's 8th Party Congress will bring to the North Korean authoritiy and its foreign policies. In particular, newly revised Party Programme and Rules are very important as it is likely to lead to many other changes. Under this premise the session aims to analyze the contents of the Party Rules and then discuss the changes in North Korea's Nationalism and its one Korea policy.

    16 : 20 ~ 17 : 50

    SESSION 6-3

    UN OHCHR in Seoul

    Human Rights, Humanitarian and Development Nexus for Sustainable Peace in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

    Moderator
    Daniel COLLINGE (U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Human Rights Officer)
    Panelist
    Imesh POKHAREL (UN Human Rights Office, Seoul, Representative, ad interim)
    Shyami PUVIMANASINGHE (U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Human Rights Officer)
    KANG Kyung Mo (Notre Dame Law School, JSD Candidate)
    Diane DESIERTO (Notre Dame Law School, Professor of Law and Global Affairs)
    Keumsoon LEE (Korea Institute for National Unification, Senior Research Fellow)

    The proposed session will explore the interlinkages and collaboration between human rights, humanitarian assistance, development/economic initiatives to promote an inclusive and sustainable peace in the DPRK. Serious human rights violations including civil and political and economic, social and cultural rights continue to be committed in the DPRK with no accountability. The socio-economic situation remains vulnerable with nearly 40 per cent of the population in need of food support and extreme shortcomings in the delivery of basic services like health, education, safe drinking water and employment opportunities. Strict COVID-19 prevention measures in cluding the interruption of economic activities due to prolonged border closures and the unintended consequences of sanctions on the population has nearly come to a halt since the departure of the international humanitarian agencies from the DPRK at the end of 2020. It is in this context OHCHR proposes this session to discuss a comprehensive approach to human rights, development and humanitarian assistance as a way forward to addressing the long-standing vulnerabilities of the people and bringing sustainable and rights-based peace and development in the DPRK.

    16 : 20 ~ 17 : 50

    SESSION 6-4

    Korea Rural Economic Institute

    North Korea's New Five-Year Economic Development Plan and Future Agricultural Prospects

    Moderator
    KIM Hong Sang (Korea Rural Economic Institute, President)
    Presenter
    CHOI Yong ho (Korea Rural Economic Institute, Research Fellow)
    LEE Jong Kyu (Korea Development Institute, Senior Fellow)
    Discussant
    KIM Young Hoon (Korea Rural Economic Institute, Senior Research Fellow)
    YANG Moonsoo (University of North Korean Studies, Vice President for Academic Affairs)
    Tim ZACHERNUK (Independent Consultant)
    CUI Wen (Yanbian University, Professor)

    North Korea's agriculture in 2020 recorded the worst performance in the entire Kim Jong-un era. It is attempting a reversal through the 8th Party Congress and a new five-year economic development plan.
    In this session, we will look at the new policy directions and main contents in the plan, and forecast the future changes in North Korean agriculture through comparison with the past agricultural policies. In particular, as North Korea's economy and agriculture are highly dependent on China and the two countries continue to emphasize closeness, China is expected to have a great influence on the changes in North Korean agriculture. Therefore, we would like to invite Chinese experts to discuss in the session.

    18 : 00 ~ 19 : 30

    SESSION 7-1

    KDI School of Public Policy and Management / Institute of Korean Studies, Freie Universitaet Berlin

    International Cooperation for sustainable Development - two cases

    Moderator
    LEE Eun-Jeung (Freie Universität Berlin, Director)
    Presenter
    Andre LEU (Regeneration International, International Director)
    MYOUNG Ho (Eco-Horizon Institute, Vice President)
    Discussant
    KIM Sangkuk (Freie Universitaet Berlin, Research Fellow)
    CHOI Chang Yong (KDI School of Public Policy and Management, Professor)

    Over the past ten years North Korea has been pursuing policies toward an eco-friendly and green economy. These include areas like renewable energy development, the reduction and prevention of environmental pollution, organic farming among others. In these areas channels of cooperation with a number of European organizations have been opened. We would suggest to discuss two cases of cooperation between the EU and North Korea. One case is the cooperation, centered on food security and organic agricultural practices, between the Pyongyang International New Technology and Economy Information Exchange Company (PIINTEC) and the IFOAM Organics International. The second case is the project between the Dutch-German-Danish Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation and North Korea on the preservation of the North Korean wadden sea. Both projects do not fall under the UN sanction regimes.

    18 : 00 ~ 19 : 30

    SESSION 7-2

    University of Central Lancashire, UK

    Sustainable Economy and Resilient Society in North Korea

    Moderator
    Hannes MOSLER (University of Duisburg-Essen, Professor)
    Presenter
    Kevin GRAY (University of Sussex, Professor)
    Niki ALSFORD (University of Central Lancashire, Professor)
    Virginie GRZELCZYK (Aston University(UK), Professor)
    LIM Sojin (University of Central Lancashire, Associate Professor)
    Discussant
    Christopher GREEN (Leiden University, Assistant Professor)
    Marco MILANI (University of Bologna, Assistant Professor)

    This panel intends to focus on the post-sanction scenario in North Korea by outlining the potential scope for post-sanction relief efforts. In other words, this panel aims to expand the rationale to the need of preparation of post-sanctions development in North Korea by providing future directions for the international community. This project addresses non-traditional security issues of sustainable economic development and resilient society as a way of preparing for a post-sanction scenario.
    We plan to conduct research in four key areas in this panel. While the first panelist deals with the impact of sanctions on North Korea and how existing sanctions can be revised, the second panelist discusses how UK has engaged North Korean issues in terms of economic development and society, and how its engagement needs to be developed in the future in a (post)-sanctions scenario. Both third and fourth panelists provide future implications based on how to meet the challenge of dealing with post-sanction scenarios with particular focus on the lessons learned from other cases, such as Cuba and Myanmar.
    This panel will consider the necessity of addressing recently raised issues of non-traditional security. It will also discuss a possible paradigm change from traditional security to human security so that we can address socio-economic changes in a current and post-sanctions North Korea.

    18 : 00 ~ 19 : 30

    SESSION 7-3

    SWP

    A New Role for Europe in the Peace Process on the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    Gudrun WACKER (German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Senior Fellow)
    Panelist
    Antoine BONDAZ (Foundation for Strategic Research-Korea Focus, Director)
    Eric J. BALLBACH (German Institute for International and Security Affairs, SWP Fellow)
    Ramon PACHECO-PARDO (Institute for European Studies, KF-VUB Korea Chair)
    Tereza NOVOTNA (Freie Universität Berlin, Korea Europe Center Fellow)
    Maria CASTILLO-FERNANDEZ (Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Korea, Ambassador)

    The previous decade saw a vivid increase in the level and degree of cooperation between the European Union (EU) and the Republic of Korea (ROK). Most notably, both sides concluded a strategic partnership, one of only ten strategic partnerships the EU has formed in the world, which, together with the EU-Korea Free Trade Agreement, constitutes an important pillar of cooperation. On the other hand, Europe’s role in the peace process on the Korean peninsula is still limited at best, and Brussels proactive engagement in this matter appears to be decreasing rather than increasing. With the EU currently discussing a more active contribution of Europe to the security in the Indo-Pacific, the current time provides an opportunity to critically rethink the role of Europe in the Korean peninsula peace process. Against this background, the proposed panel discusses new and innovative ways to increase Europe’s proactive engagement in and contributions to Korean peninsula peace affairs. The four presentations, held by renowned European experts on Europe-Korea relations from leading research institutions in Berlin, Brussels and Paris, are followed by a reply of the EU ambassador to the Republic of Korea in order to facilitate a policy-relevant debate between scholars and academics from Europe, Korea, and beyond.

    18 : 00 ~ 19 : 30

    SESSION 7-4

    Korea Maritime Institute

    Inter-Korean Cooperation in Maritime and Fisheries Sector for Implementing SDG14

    Moderator
    Kim Jong-Deog(Justin) (Korea Maritime Institute, Vice President)
    Presenter
    Yegor VOLOVIK (UNEP Northwest Pacific Action Plan (NOWPAP), Coordinator)
    MIAO Weimin (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Aquaculture Officer)
    PARK Jaeyoon (Global Fishing Watch, Senior Data Scientist)
    Discussant
    Bernhard SELIGER (Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea, Representative)
    JUN JeCheon (National Institute of Fisheries Science, MOF, General Director)
    LEE Jung-Sam (Korea Maritime Institute, Director of Fisheries Resources Research Department)

    ‘UN Sustainable Development Goal(SDG) 14, Life Below Water’ is highly inter-connected with ‘Zero Hunger(SDG2)’, ‘Clean Water and Sanitation(SDG6)’, ‘Climate Action(SDG13)’, and ‘Life on Land(SDG15)’. DPRK also have a keen interest in environment, fisheries, and aquaculture. However, not only development cooperation of international society with DPRK but also inter-Korean cooperation in maritime and fisheries sector have been relatively marginalized. Marine ecosystem surrounding the Korean peninsula is organically connected and requires more cooperation than the terrestrial ecosystem divided by military demarcation lines. In the wake of Corona pandemic, in which the peninsula is highlighted as a biotic community, experts will discuss necessities and ideas on cooperation with DPRK in maritime and fisheries sector.

    DAY 3

    10 : 40 ~ 12: 10

    SESSION 8-1

    Institute for East Asia Peace Studies(IEAPS)

    Unification of the Korean Peninsula -With regard to the Lessons of Unified Germany-

    Moderator
    BANG Young-joon (Sungshin Woman's University, Professor)
    Presenter
    HOSAKA Yuji (Sejong University, Professor)
    RHEE Sang-myon (Seoul National University, Professor)
    Discussant
    LEE Jae-hyung (Institute for East Asia Peace Studies, President)
    KANG Seok-seung (Institute for 21Century Security Strategies-Korea, President)
    CHOI Ki-sik (Law firm SANJI, Lawyer)

    On Oct. 3, 1990, the German Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany ended 45 years of post-World War II division and near total separation to become a single country. The Berlin Wall had fallen, and we saw 2 million people pour into the western-friendly West from the communist-supported East. Since then, a unified Germany has become a driving force in the European Union, as well as the region's largest and most powerful economy and political voice. With regard to these lessons from the unification process of Germany, we Korean people have to strive for the real unification of the Korea peninsula. Unified Korea will certainly enhance the peace and prosperity of East Asian region, including Unified Korea, the United States, China, Russia, Japan, and the world beyond.

    10 : 40 ~ 12: 10

    SESSION 8-2

    Stimson Center

    Global Health as a Pathway for International Cooperation

    Moderator
    Jenny TOWN (Stimson Center, Senior Fellow)
    Panelist
    Kee PARK (Korea Health Policy Project at Harvard Medical School, Director)
    Judith Mackay (Global Centre for Good Governance in Tobacco Control (GGTC), Special Advisor)
    Nagi Shafik (Korea Health Policy Project at Harvard Medical School, Researcher)

    The COVID-19 pandemic was a stark reminder of how fragile even the most advanced public health systems can be in the face of crisis without strong leadership, preparation and cooperation. It also highlighted the need for global public health engagement, on all levels, to help strengthen national systems and capabilities around the world, and to be collectively better prepared for future crises.
    While North Korea took drastic measures to prevent an outbreak of COVID-19, reporting no confirmed cases, its public health system remains especially vulnerable to crisis. This session will examine opportunities for bilateral and multilateral cooperation with North Korea on public health that would help the country meet its strategic health goals, strengthen its systems and prepare for disaster, and create pathways toward more regular and sustainable engagement.

    10 : 40 ~ 12: 10

    SESSION 8-3

    Gaeseong Industrial District Foundation

    Gaeseong Industrial Complex and Peace in Northeast Asia

    Moderator
    YOO Byeoung Mun (Gaeseong Industrial District Foundation Acting Chairman)
    Presenter
    KIM Young-Yoon (The Korea Logistics Forum, President)
    Discussant
    CHOI Casey Kwangchul (KAPAC, President)
    CHON Yong-Soo (KOAST GROUP, Chairman)
    CHO Youngmi (Korean Women’s Movement for Peace, Executive Director)

    The Gaeseong Industrial Complex is where South and North Korea together made trust and peace through economic cooperation. The Gaeseong Industrial Complex is the site where North Korea withdrew its troops to the rear and South Korean companies moved in, reducing the threat of war and creating peace. Economic cooperation between the two Koreas will ensure peace and prosperity and help the virtuous cycle of denuclearization. The core of them is the Gaeseong Industrial Complex. In order for reconciliation and cooperation between the two Koreas to continue, mutually beneficial economic cooperation must be considered first, and economic cooperation between the two Koreas will lead to economic cooperation throughout Northeast Asia. Economic cooperation in Northeast Asia will serve as a driving force for stability and peace in Northeast Asia by forming an economic interest community. The resumption of the interrupted Gaeseong Industrial Complex is the core of peace in Northeast Asia.

    10 : 40 ~ 12: 10

    SESSION 8-4

    Korea Transport Institute

    Inter-Korean and Northeast Asian Railway & Tourism Cooperation

    Moderator
    AHN Byung-min (Korea Economic Cooperation Institute, President)
    Presenter
    SEO Jongwon (The Korea Transport Institute, Research Fellow)
    JIN Jangwon (Korea National University of Transportation, Professor)
    Discussant
    PARK Jung-joon (Korea Railroad Research Institute, Principal Researcher)
    YANG Moonsoo (University of North Korean Studies, Professor)

    - As part of the new economic initiative on the Korean Peninsula, the Korean government established a tourism belt linking Mt. Seorak, Mt. Geumgang, Mt. Wonsan, and Mt. Baekdu and proposed the development of DMZ ecological and peaceful security tourism zones.
    - Tourism is an exception to UN sanctions against North Korea and expects high response as a major concern for North Korea's foreign currency acquisition.
    - Major Northeast Asian countries such as China and Russia also actively promote railway cooperation and tourism industry promotion policies.
    - Creating inter-Korean railway cooperation through reviewing the possibility of operation of inter-Korean and Northeast Asian tourism trains through minimum investment in North Korea's railway infrastructure under current sanctions.
    - Contribute to the realization of the East Asian railway community through the review of the possibility of international tourism trains linked to the two Koreas, China, and Russia.

    13 : 20 ~ 14 : 50

    SESSION 9-1

    Korean Women’s Development Institute

    Sustainable Development of the Korean Peninsula and Inter-Korean Women's Exchanges and Cooperation

    Moderator
    CHANG Eun Ha (Korean Women’s Development Institute, Director, Center for International Development and Cooperation)
    Presenter
    CHO Youngju (Korean Women’s Development Institute, Research Fellow)
    ‪Jörg BATEN (University of Tuebingen, Director Chair of Economic History)
    TRAN Thi Minh Thi (Institute for Family and Gender Studies, Director)
    Discussant
    NIU Xiao (Korean Peninsula Research Center of Shanghai University, Assistant Research Professor)
    Dusica RISTIVOJEVIC (University of Helsinki, Kone Foundation Bold Initiative Senior Researcher)
    KIM Jeongsoo (Women Making Peace, Standing Representative)
    LEE Sangsoo (Institute for Security & Development Policy, Head of the ISDP Korea Center)

    The Community for Peace, Economy, and Life of the Korean Peninsula ultimately aims for sustainable development of the region. The process of economic development must be peaceful for sustainable development, and it shall move towards respect of life and ultimately to realization of human security. In this session, speakers discuss the objective of the inter-Korean exchanges with the critical mind that the values of the Community for Peace, Economy, and Life of the Korean Peninsula should be newly constructed beyond simply limited to creating this community today, and they further debate on prospective ways of exchanges between the two Koreas and international community to realize this aim. In particular, women’s exchanges in inter-Koreas and the international community for the Korean Peninsula’s sustainable development are explored, and implications to the inter-Korean exchanges for the Korean Peninsula’s sustainable development are drawn from examining the contribution of the Vietnamese women’s exchanges to the realization of peace, economy, and life value in its economic development process.

    13 : 20 ~ 14 : 50

    SESSION 9-2

    Medical Forum for Unification and Health

    DMZ Special Zone for Peace and Life in the Seohwa District of Inje

    Moderator
    LEEI Eunkyoung (Kyung Hee University Research Professor)
    Presenter
    JUNG Bum Jin (Korea DMZ Peace-Life valley, Vice President)
    CHOI Moonseok (Medical Forum for Unification and Health, Standing representative)
    Discussant
    TAKIMOTO Itko (Monk, Japan)
    BAIK Yousang (National Institute for Korean Medicine Development, Director)
    CHO Chung Hui (Northern Research Society, Research Fellow)
    YI Eunhee (Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine, Senior Researcher)

    In accordance with the theme of the International Peace Forum on the Korean Peninsula, which aims for a peace, economy, and life community on the Korean peninsula in 2021, discuss the intention of the DMZ Special Zone for Peace and Life in the Seohwa District of Inje, which focuses on peace, life, and environment, and review specific plans.

    13 : 20 ~ 14 : 50

    SESSION 9-3

    National Institute for Unification Education

    Social Integration and Peace Aspirations in the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    CHA Moonseok (National Institute for Unification Education, Professor)
    Presenter
    KWON SooK Do (National Institute for Unification Education, Professor)
    JUNG Jin-Heon (National Institute for Unification Education, Professor)
    KIM Sung Kyung (University of North Korean Studies, University of North Korean Studies)
    Discussant
    HAM Sejung (Duksung Women’s University, Adjunct Professor)
    PARK Christian Joon (Hanyang University ERICA, Associate Professor)
    KIM JinHwan (National Institute for Unification Education, Professor)

    This session discusses the ways of establishing a peace platform through which communality in the lifeworld and publicness in society can be negotiated and recovered for a greater global Korean community. Without a doubt, constructing a peaceful inter-Korean community would contribute to the end of the last remaining Cold War system in human history and the new world order in East Asia. We argue that it should not be only an event between states or systems. Rather it is a product of an ongoing process of our everyday practice. In this sense, this session seeks a paradigm shift in which we critically examine our internalized cold-war culture and reconcile the multilayered internal conflicts in envisioning an inter-Korean integration process.

    13 : 20 ~ 14 : 50

    SESSION 9-4

    Korea Rural Community Corporation Rural Research Institute

    Agricultural Cooperation between South and North Korea for the Establishment of Life Community on Korean peninsula

    Moderator
    Bernhard SELIGER (Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea, Representative
    Presenter
    James BANFILL (The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Visiting Research Fellow)
    KANG H.S. (Seoul National University, Collaboration Professor)
    KIM Hyuk (Korea Rural Community Corporation Rural Research Institute, Ph.D/Researcher)
    Discussant
    Wen CUI (Yanbian University, Professor)
    HEU Sunggi (Seoul National University, Adjunct Professor)
    Andrei LANKOV (Kookmin University, Professor)

    - In order to realize Life Community on the Korean Peninsula can be initiated and completed through inter-Korean exchange and cooperation.
    - A new change in inter-Korean agricultural exchange and cooperation is needed to mark the 30th anniversary of the Inter-Korean Basic Agreement and the simultaneous entry of the U.N.
    - Continuation of food shortages due to natural disasters such as North Korea's chronic aging of its agricultural base, lack of agricultural materials, droughts and floods.
    - Inter-Korean agricultural cooperation is urgently needed in order to solve the food shortage in North Korean
    - Therefore, the purpose of this session is to seek agricultural cooperation on the Korean Peninsula for Life Community in various aspects.

    15 : 50 ~ 17 : 20

    SESSION 10-1

    KDI School of Public Policy and Management / Institute of Korean Studies, Freie Universitaet Berlin

    Perspective of UN engagement policy for the peace on Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    LEE Eun-Jeung (Freie Universität Berlin, Director)
    Presenter
    KANG Hojye (Freie Universität Berlin, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter)
    Tereza NOVOTNA (Freie Universität Berlin, Korea Europe Center Fellow)
    Discussant
    Eric BALLBACH (German Institute for International and Security Affairs, SWP Fellow)
    CHUN Hong tack (KDI School of Public Policy and Management, Emeritus Professor)

    The overall purpose of the activities of the United Nations toward North Korea is to provide and guarantee peace on the Korean peninsula and in East Asia. Since the 1990s the UN Security Council has passed a number of resolutions to stop North Korea from developing and producing nuclear weapons. Increasingly the preferred instrument of the UN Security Council are ever more stringent sanctions. However, the corresponding resolutions regularly refer to engagement policies too. Nevertheless, in practice, UN policies toward North Korea consisted almost exclusively in increasingly stringent sanctions. Engagement policies are practically absent, while the UN Security Council Sanctions Committee has been extremely active. Such an asymmetric approach can be considered as counterproductive. During the Cold War a two-pronged approach was pursued. In hindsight, the distention and engagement policies in Europe and Germany fulfilled a decisive role. The purpose of this panel, considering the failures of the sanction regimes to secure peace in East Asia, is to reflect again upon the European experience before 1990.

    15 : 50 ~ 17 : 20

    SESSION 10-2

    Korea Institute for National Unification

    Measures for International Cooperation to Realize Sustainable Peace on the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    JUN Byoungkon (Korea Institute for National Unification, Senior Research Fellow)
    Presenter
    SHIN Jongho (Korea Institute for National Unification, Research Fellow)
    CHOI Won Geun (Kyung Hee University, Research Professor)
    Discussant
    Niklas SWANSTROM (The Institute for Security and Development Policy, Director)
    CHOI Ajin (Yonsei University, Professor)
    LEE Kitae (Korea Institute for National Unification, Research Fellow)

    The U.S.-China strategic competition has become increasingly severe after the Biden administration taking office in January 2021. Amidst prolonged international sanctions imposed on North Korea, North Korea-U.S. negotiations are not making any progress with the inter-Korean relations still in conflict modes. However, the basic direction of South Korea’s policy on North Korea, ‘peaceful and prosperous Korean Peninsula’ should be continuously implemented. To that end, there should be efforts to enforce inter-Korean agreements at the internal level. At the external level, international cooperation to realize sustainable peace on the Korean Peninsula should be pursued. This session seeks to derive various creative policy options through discussions with experts at home and abroad under the topic of “measures for the cooperation of neighboring countries (the U.S., China, Japan, and Russia) to realize peace on the Korean Peninsula and the direction of pursuing peace-public diplomacy to lay the foundation for peace on the Korean Peninsula.

    15 : 50 ~ 17 : 20

    SESSION 10-3

    South-North Korea Exchanges and Cooperation Support Association

    How to resume and stabilize South-North Korea Economic Cooperation?

    Moderator
    KANG Young-sik (South-North Korea Exchanges and Cooperation Support Association, Chairman)
    Presenter
    YANG Moonsoo (University of North Korean Studies, Vice President)
    CHOI Jangho (Korea Institute for international Economic Policy, Research Fellow)
    Discussant
    LEE Haejung (Hyundai Research Institute, Manager of the Center for Unification and Economics)
    YOOK Jaehee (Halla Group, Adviser)
    Andrei LANKOV (Kookmin University, Professor)

    Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation is largely connected in two directions in realizing the Community for Peace, Economy, Life on the Korean Peninsula.
    The first is that Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation has virtually been suspended due to sanctions against North Korea for denuclearizing the North.
    The second is that Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation works closely as a necessary condition and tool for the realization of the Community for Peace, Economy, Life on the Korean Peninsula.
    This session focuses on the second point of view, will examine the conditions and prospects for the resumption of Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation, and discuss ways to enhance the sustainability of cooperation projects.

    15 : 50 ~ 17 : 20

    SESSION 10-4

    Soongsil Institute for Peace and Unification

    Cross-border Cooperation for Regional development project in North Korean border areas: Issues and Opportunities.

    Moderator
    KIM Sung-Bae (Soongsil Institute for Peace and Unification, Director)
    Presenter
    Andrey OLFERT (Rossiya Segodnya, Head of representative office in Seoul)
    Rodney COOK (National Monuments Foundation, CEO)
    BAEG Seong-ho (Yanbian University, Professor)
    Discussant
    PARK Sung Yul (Soongsil Institute for Peace and Unification, Inviting Professor)
    JEON Su-mi (Soongsil Institute for Peace and Unification, Professor)
    HA Chung Yoube (Soongsil University, Head Professor)

    As a part of the theme on 'Development cooperation for border area and legal issues, propose a session on 'the design of cross-border cooperation projects for regional development of North Korean border areas and addresses the accompanying socio-political issues including legal issues.
    We propose this idea with the expectation that the initiation of cross-border cooperation for the regional development of this region will lessen the security risk substantially and thereby enable us to find a clue for peaceful coexistence of surrounding countries.
    The specific projects we consider are Dandong-Sinuiju cross-border regional development project, Rajin, Hunchun, and Hassan cross-border regional development project, and Eco-Peace University Town Development project in the DMZ area.

    17 : 30 ~ 19 : 30

    SESSION 11

    South-North Korea Exchanges and Cooperation Support Association, Korea Institue

    Economic Exchange and Cooperation for Peace and Prosperity on the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    BYUN Jin-heung (Korea National Strategy Institute, Director)
    Presenter
    PARK Chan-mo (Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, Chancellor)
    Isaac Kim (JPMorgan, Vice president)
    YOON Kap-koo (ACE Engineering, President)
    Discussant
    John FETTER (FSI Energy LLC, CEO)
    LEE Sang-man (Chung-Ang University, Eminent Professor)
    BYUN Hak-moon (Research Center for Peace and Unification(Movement for One Korea), Director)

    Peace and Prosperity on the Korean Peninsula - Past, Present and the Future

    Date
    7th-9th September, 2020

    DAY 1

    09 : 10 ~ 09 : 40

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remarks
    In-young LEE (Minister of Unification, Republic of Korea)
    Congratulatory Remarks
    Byeong-seug PARK (Speaker of the National Assembly, Republic of Korea)
    Sye-kyun CHUNG (Prime Minister , Republic of Korea)
    Sohail INAYATULLAH (Inaugural UNESCO Chair in Futures Studies)
    Brad SHERMAN (The U.S. Congressman)
    Appointment Ceremony for Goodwill Ambassador for the Peace on the Korean Peninsula
    Lisa Pelletti CLARK (Co-President, International Peace Bureau)
    Francis Daehoon LEE (Research Professor, SungKongHoe University)
    Jujin CHUNG (Director, Center for Peace & Conflict Resolution)
    Dong-Jin KIM (IRC Marie Curie Fellow, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
    Sung-wook YOON (Professor, Chungbuk National University)
    Meri JOYCE (Northeast Asia Regional Liaison Officer, Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict(GPPAC))

    10 : 00 ~ 10 : 10

    Special Message

    The Role of International Community for peace on the Korean Peninsula

    Speaker
    António Guterres (Secretary General of the United Nations)

    10 : 30 ~ 12 : 00

    SESSION 1-1

    Methodological Approach to Dispute Resolution: End-of-war Declaration and Peace Treaty

    Moderator
    Chung-in MOON (Executive Director, Asia-Pacific Leadership Network(APLN))
    Panelists
    Hanjung KIM (Member of the National Assembly)
    Jong Seok LEE (Senior Research Fellow, Sejong Insitute)
    Frank JANNUZI (President and CEO, Mansfield Foundation,USA)
    Xuetong YAN (Dean, Tsinghua University, China)
    George LOPEZ (Professor Emeritus, Kroc Institute, University of Notre Dame, USA)

    10 : 30 ~ 12 : 00

    SESSION 1-2

    Institutionalization of Peace on the Korean Peninsula: Obstacles and Overcoming Measures

    Moderator
    Kab Woo KOO (Professor, University of North Korean Studies)
    Presenters
    Mason RICHEY (Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
    Dong-Jin KIM (IRC Marie Curie Fellow, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
    Discussants
    Eun-Jeung LEE (Director of the Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Free University of Berlin, Germany)
    Yonho KIM (Associate Research Professor of Practice, George Washington University, Institute for Korean Studies, USA)
    Jihwan HWANG (Professor, University of Seoul)

    14 : 00 ~ 15 : 30

    SESSION 2-1

    Paradigm Shift for Peace and Dispute Resolution on the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    Young-Sun HA (Professor Emeritus, Seoul National University)
    Panelists
    Dan SMITH (Director, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI))
    Niklas SWANTRÖM (Director, Institute for Security and Development Policy (ISDP))
    Ville BRUMMER (Programme Director, Crisis Management Initiative(CMI) – Martti Ahtisaari Centre, Finland)
    Alyn WARE (Global Coordinator, Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament(PNND), Czech Republic)
    Bo-hyuk SUH (Researcher, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU)

    14 : 00 ~ 15 : 30

    SESSION 2-2

    Actions of Global Civil Society for Peace in Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    Kiho YI (Professor & Director, Center for Peace and Public Integrity at Hanshin University)
    Presenters
    Seung-min SHIN (Director, Ecumenical Relations, National Council of Churches in Korea)
    Kyungmook KIM (Professor, Waseda University, Japan)
    Discussants
    Chanho KIM (International Manager, Korea Democracy Foundation)
    Dabin YIM (Representative, Peace and Public Diplomacy Corps)
    Mee Jee SHIN (Senior Coordinator, PSPD)
    Dan GUDGEON (Peace Education Project Manager, Korean Sharing Movement)

    15 : 30 ~ 16 : 00

    Break

    16 : 00 ~ 17 : 00

    Special Session

    Linking Sanctions Relief to Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula

    Lecturer
    Thomas J. BIERSTEKER (Director of Policy Research, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland)
    Moderator
    Jiyoung KIM (Professor, Institute for Unification Education, Ministry of Unification, Republic of Korea)

    16 : 00 ~ 17 : 30

    SESSION 3-1

    Cooperation of the Civic Sector for Peace on the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    Francis Daehoon LEE (Research Professor, SungKongHoe University)
    Panelists
    James Glyn FORD (Founder & Director, Track2Asia, UK)
    Jakob HALLGREN (Ambassador, Embassy of Sweden in Seoul)
    Christine AHN (Executive Director, Women Cross DMZ, USA)
    Youngmi CHO (Executive Director, Korean Women’s Movement for Peace)
    Sung Kyung KIM (Associate Professor, University of North Korean Studies)
    A-Young MOON (Representative, PEACEMOMO)

    16 : 00 ~ 17 : 30

    SESSION 3-2

    From Armistice to a Sustaining Peace System

    Moderator
    Yeonho LEE (Head of Office of External Affairs and Development, Yonsei University)
    Presenters
    Tae Gyun PARK (Professor, Seoul National University Graduate School of International Studies)
    Yingda BI (Associate Professor, Shandong University, China)
    Discussants
    Jaewoo CHOO (Professor, Kyung Hee University)
    Monica HAHN (Assistant Professor, Institute for Peace and Unification Studies Seoul National University(IPUS))

    DAY 2

    09 : 30 ~ 10 : 00

    Keynote Speech

    WFP's International Cooperation and Support to Address the Needs of the Vulnerable People in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea(DPRK)

    Keynote Speaker
    David BEASLEY (Executive Director, United Nations World Food Programme)

    10 : 10 ~ 12 : 10

    SESSION 4-1

    Inter-Korean Exchange and Cooperation in the Health and Welfare Sector from SDGs Perspective

    Moderator
    Hong Won CHUNG (Director, Department of Future Strategies Research, Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs)
    Presenters
    Jisun YI (Research Professor, Center for Int’l Development Cooperation, Kyung Hee University)
    Cheol Jong SONG (Associate Research Fellow, Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs)
    Discussants
    Beop-rae ROH (Assistant Professor, Semyung University)
    Chunheung MO (Research Professor, Hanyang Peace Institute)
    Kichae MIN (Assistant Professor, Korea National University of Transportation)
    Eun Mee JEONG (Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))

    10 : 10 ~ 12 : 10

    SESSION 4-2

    Direction and Tasks of Inter-Korean Disaster Cooperation

    Moderator
    Soo-Am KIM (Senior Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))
    Presenters
    Kyu-Chang LEE (Director, Humanitarianism and Cooperation Research Division, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))
    Discussants
    Sin Gon KIM (Professor, Korea University College of Medicine)
    Nak-keun JEONG (Director, Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation Research Center(IKECR))
    Bernhard SELIGER (Resident Representative, Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea)
    Ho Hong KIM (Chief Research Fellow, Institute for National Security Strategy(INSS))

    10 : 10 ~ 12 : 10

    SESSION 4-3

    Conditions for Sustainable Policy toward North Korea

    Moderator
    Kyung Hoon LEEM (Director, Institute for Peace and Unification Studies Seoul National University(IPUS))
    Presenters
    Byung-Yeon KIM (Professor, Seoul National University)
    Chaesung CHUN (Professor, Seoul National University)
    HaeRan SHIN (Professor, Seoul National University)
    Discussants
    Cheol Hee PARK (Professor, Seoul National University Graduate School of International Studies)
    JeongHun HAN (Professor, Seoul National University Graduate School of International Studies)

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 30

    SESSION 5-1

    UN Sanctions and the Humanitarian Crisis in DPRK

    Moderator
    Youngsik KANG (Chairman, South-North Korea Exchanges and Cooperation Support Association)
    Presenters
    Jusung LEE (Secretary General, Korea NGO Council for Cooperation with North Korea(KNCCK))
    Joy YOON (Co-founder/Director of Educational Therapy, Ignis Community)
    Discussants
    Kyu Chang LEE (Director, Humanitarianism and Cooperation Division, Korean Institute for National Unification(KINU))
    Hyoung-Joon LIM (Director, WFP Global Office in Korea, UN World Food Programme)
    Min-gyu LEE (Associate Research Fellow, The Seoul Institute)
    David WOLFF (Partner Attorney, Crowell & Moring LLP, USA)

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 30

    SESSION 5-2

    A Discuss of Humanitarian Support and Regional Development with North Korea through Social Solidarity Economy

    Moderator
    Insung PANG (President, HANANURI)
    Presenters
    Sungchan CHO (Research Director, Hananuri Academy of Northeast Asian Studies)
    Changjin KIM (Professor, Sungkonghoe University)
    Chanwoo LEE (Associate Professor, Teikyo University, Japan)
    Discussants
    Hyun-Ah CHOI (Senior Researcher, Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea)
    Douk KANG (Executive Director, MAMBOSAWASAWA)
    Hae Kyung CHOI (Secretary General, OKEDONGMU CHILDREN IN KOREA)

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 30

    SESSION 5-3

    Inclusive Partnerships for the Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus on the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    Sung Chull KIM (Humanities Korea Professor, Institute for Peace and Unification Studies Seoul National University(IPUS))
    Presenters
    Kadir Jun AYHAN (Visiting Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies )
    Kyungyon MOON (Associate Professor, Jeonbuk National University)
    Young Hoon SONG (Professor, Kangwon National University)
    Discussants
    Gyubin CHOI (Senior Researcher, Institute for Peace and Unification Studies Seoul National University(IPUS))
    Jung-hyun CHO (Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Law School)
    Taekyoon KIM (Professor, Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University)

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 30

    SESSION 5-4

    Laying the Foundation for Peace through Human Rights

    Moderator
    Madoka SAJI (Human Rights Officer, United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Seoul)
    Presenters
    Imesh POKHAREL (Officer in Charge, United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Seoul)
    Kyung-ok DO (Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))
    Se-hyek OH (Civil Society Actor)

    15 : 30 ~ 16 : 00

    Break

    16 : 00 ~ 18 : 00

    SESSION 6-1

    Kim Jong Un’s “Frontal Breakthrough” Strategy:Evaluation of the Achievements and Prospects for 2021

    Moderator
    Kwan-Sei LEE (Director, The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University)
    Presenters
    Eul-Chul LIM (Associate Professor, The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University)
    Dong-Yub KIM (Associate Professor, The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University)
    Discussants
    Jung-Chul LEE (Professor, Soongsil University)
    Young-Hoon LEE (Research Fellow, SKRI)

    16 : 00 ~ 18 : 00

    SESSION 6-2

    North Korean Education Reform Trends in the Kim Jong-un Era

    Moderator
    Byung-Young PARK (Director-General, Korea Educational Development Institute)
    Presenters
    Jeong-ah CHO (Senior Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))
    Jisoo KIM (Research Fellow, Korean Educational Development Institute)
    Discussants
    Gu-Sup KANG (Professor, Chonnam National Univerisity)
    Ji-Hye KIM (Associate Research Fellow, Korea Educational Development Institute)
    Hojye Kang (Affiliated Fellow, Institute of Korean Studies Free University of Berlin, Germany)

    16 : 00 ~ 18 : 00

    SESSION 6-3

    North Korea’s Socio-Economic Changes in the Kim Jong Un Era: Population·Employment·Women

    Moderator
    Philo KIM (Professor, Institute for Peace and Unification Studies Seoul National University(IPUS))
    Presenters
    Jea Hwan HONG (Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))
    Ji Young CHOI (Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))
    Hee Young YI (Professor, Daegu University)
    Discussants
    Ingrid MIETHE (Professor, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany)
    Kyoochul KIM (Associate Fellow, Korea Development Institute(KDI))
    Soojung KIM (Associate Research Fellow, Korea Institute for Industrial Economics & Trade(KIET))

    16 : 00 ~ 18 : 00

    SESSION 6-4

    Recent Changes in Economy and Development Cooperation in North Korea

    Moderator
    Michael SETH (Professor, James Madison University, USA)
    Presenters
    Kevin GRAY (Professor of International Relations, University of Sussex, UK)
    Kee B. PARK (Lecturer, Harvard Medical School, USA)
    Sojin LIM (Associate Professor, International Institute of Korean Studies, University of Central Lancashire, UK)
    Discussants
    Rüdiger FRANK (Professor, University of Vienna, Austria)
    Owen MILLER (Assistant Professor, SOAS, University of London, UK)
    Dong-Jin KIM (IRC Marie Curie Fellow, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
    Juan BLICK-PARIS (Desk Officer DPRK, DG DEVCO, European Commission)
    Niki ALSFORD (Professor, University of Central Lancashire, UK)

    18 : 30 ~ 20 : 00

    SESSION 7

    North Korea’s Politics, Economics, and Social Culture Diagnosis (Round Table: Free discussion)

    Moderator
    Sun Song PARK (Professor, Dongguk University)
    Panelist
    Fyodor TERTITSKIY (Senior Researcher, Kookmin University)
    Junya NISHINO (Professor, Keio University, Japan)
    Gyubin CHOI (Senior Researcher, Institute for Peace and Unification Studies Seoul National University(IPUS))
    Han Xiandong (Professor, China University of Political Science and Law)

    DAY 3

    09 : 30 ~

    Special Message

    UNESCO and the Peace on the Korean Peninsula

    Speaker
    Firmin Edouard Matoko (Assistant Director-General for Priority Africa and External Relations of UNESCO)

    10 : 10 ~ 11 : 00

    Special Lecture

    Speak of the Future of the Korean Peninsula

    Lecturer
    Thomas FREY (Executive Director, DaVinci Institute)

    10 : 10 ~ 12 : 10

    SESSION 8-1

    Emerging Security and Peace on the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    Kyung Hoon LEEM (Director, Institute for Peace and Unification Studies Seoul National University(IPUS))
    Presenters
    Han-Bum CHO (Senior Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))
    Du Hyeogn CHA (Principal Fellow, Asan Institute for Policy Studies)
    E.J.R. CHO (Research Fellow, Institute for National Security Strategy(INSS))
    Discussants
    Tae-Kyung KIM (Research Fellow, Institute for National Security Strategy (INSS))
    Adam MOUNT (Senior Fellow, Director of the Defense Posture Project, Federation of American Scientists(FAS), USA)

    10 : 10 ~ 12 : 10

    SESSION 8-2

    Peace Economy from the Coastal Areas of the Korean Peninsula: East·West Coast Belts and Joint Special Zones

    Moderator
    Jong-Deog KIM (Vice President of Research, Korea Maritime Institute)
    Presenters
    In Joo YOON (Associate Research Fellow, Korea Maritime Institute)
    Discussants
    Young Kwan KIM (General Representative, PanStar Group)
    Kyung-Ae PARK (Professor, University of British Columbia, Canada)
    Sangjun LEE (Senior Fellow, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements)
    SungWoo LEE (Director General, General Policy Research Division, Korea Maritime Institute)

    10 : 10 ~ 12 : 10

    SESSION 8-3

    Inter-Korean Agricultural Development Cooperation for Realization of Peace Economy on the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    Bernhard SELIGER (Resident Representative, Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea)
    Presenters
    Tim ZACHERNUK (Consultant)
    Wen CUI (Professor, Yanbian University, China)
    Kwan Ho KIM (Ph.D/Senior Researcher, Korea Rural Community Corporation Rural Research Institute)
    Discussants
    Jung Min BACK (Director, Korea Peninsula Agro-Fishery Co-work(KOPA))
    Hae Jung LEE (Manager of Center for Unification and Economics, Hyundai Research Institute)
    Tomasz WIERZBOWSKI (Researcher, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 30

    SESSION 9-1

    Future of Korean Peninsula Agriculture and Development Path of North Korean Agriculture

    Moderator
    Hong Sang KIM (President, Korea Rural Economic Institute)
    Presenters
    Yongho CHOI (Research Fellow, Korea Rural Economic Institute)
    Tuan BUI (Director General, Institute of Economics, Vietnam)
    Discussants
    Young-Hoon KIM (Senior Research Fellow, Korea Rural Economic Institute)
    Moon-Soo YANG (Professor & Vice President for Academic Affairs, University of North Korean Studies)
    Jangho CHOI (Head of Team, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy)
    Hyoung-Joon LIM (Director, WFP Global Office in Korea, UN World Food Programme)

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 30

    SESSION 9-2

    Implementing SDGs and Direction for Development Cooperation with North Korea – Based on SDG Three and Five

    Moderator
    Sung Bae KIM (Director, Soongsil Institute for Peace and Unification)
    Presenters
    Jinah KWON (Lecturer, Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University )
    Ji Eun KIM (Deputy Director, Daeseong Oriental Medicine Hospital)
    Imesh POKHAREL (Officer in Charge, United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Seoul)
    Discussants
    Sin Gon KIM (Professor, Korea University College of Medicine)
    Patricia GOEDDE (Professor, Sungkyunkwan University)

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 30

    SESSION 9-3

    Direction of Inter-Korean Forest Cooperation for United Forest in Korea

    Moderator
    Yowhan SON (Professor, Korea University)
    Presenters
    Myungkil KIM (Director, National Institute of Forest Science)
    Sang Young HONG (Secretary General, Korean Sharing Movement)
    Ho Sang KANG (Collaboration Professor, Institutes of Green Bio Science and Technology, Seoul National University)
    Discussants
    Yul KWON (Deputy President, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy(KIEP))
    Myeong-gwan KIM (Director, Korea Forest Service)
    Jang Min CHU (Chief Research Fellow, Korea Environment Institute)

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 30

    SESSION 9-4

    Inter-Korean Railway Cooperation and Peace Settlement in Northeast Asia

    Moderator
    Se Ho KIM (Senior Advisor, BAE, KIM & LEE LLC.)
    Presenters
    Hee-Seun NA (President, Korea Railroad Research Institute)
    Jae-Hoon LEE (Senior Research Fellow, The Korea Transport Institute)
    Discussants
    Jongwon SEO (Research Fellow, The Korea Transport Institute)
    Yong-Seok PARK (Director, Department of Economic and Financial Research, Construction & Economy Research Institute of Korea(CERIK))
    Jung Joon PARK (Head of Northern Railroad Research Center, Korea Railroad Research Institute)

    15 : 30 ~

    Special Lecture

    The Vision for the Future

    Lecturer
    Sohail INAYATULLAH (Inaugural UNESCO Chair in Futures Studies)

    15 : 30 ~ 16 : 00

    Break

    16 : 00 ~ 18 : 00

    SESSION 10-1

    Assessment and Tasks of Unification Public Diplomacy

    Moderator
    Kitae LEE (Director, Peace Research Division, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))
    Presenters
    Jong-Chul PARK (Distinguished Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))
    Hyun-Wook KIM (Professor, Korea National Diplomatic Academy(KNDA))
    Discussants
    John DELURY (Professor, Yonsei University GSIS)
    Dong Ryul LEE (Professor, Dongduk Women’s University)
    Eunbong CHOI (Professor, Ewha Woman’s University)

    16 : 00 ~ 18 : 00

    SESSION 10-2

    Dynamic International Relations on Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    Hannes MOSLER (Professor, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
    Presenters
    Virginie GRZELCZYK (Head of School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Aston University, UK)
    Eric J. BALLBACH (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Institute of Korean Studies, Free University of Berlin, Germany)
    Discussants
    Ed GRIFFITH (Deputy Head of School, University of Central Lancashire, UK)
    Hee Kyoung CHANG (Lecturer, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
    Lonnie EDGE (Assistant Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
    Sarah SON (Assistant Professor, University of Sheffield, UK)
    Marco MILANI (Assistant Professor, University of Bologna, Italy)
    Nicolas LEVI (Assistant Professor, Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures, Poland)

    16 : 00 ~ 18 : 00

    SESSION 10-3

    Current Status and Challenges of North Korea Research in Overseas

    Moderator
    Hyeong Jung PARK (Senior Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))
    Presenters
    Jenny TOWN (Fellow, Stimson Center)
    John NILSSON-WRIGHT (Senior Lecturer, University of Cambridge & Chatham House, UK)
    Shunji HIRAIWA (Professor, Nanzan University, Japan)
    Discussants
    Ji Yong ZHENG (Professor, Fudan University, China)
    Artyom LUKIN (Deputy Director for Research at the School of Regional and International Studies, Far Eastern Federal University, Russia)
    Sukhoon HONG (Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification(KINU))

    16 : 00 ~ 18 : 00

    SESSION 10-4

    How to Resume the Tour to North Korea?

    Moderator
    Youngsik KANG (Chairman, South-North Korea Exchanges and Cooperation Support Association)
    Presenters
    Sang Jin SHIM (Professor, Kyonggi University)
    Yongseok SHIN (Senior Researcher, Korea Culture & Tourism Institute)
    Discussants
    Gyeongsuk MIN (Executive Vice President for National Tourism, Korea Tourism Organization)
    Youngdong LEE (Execution Committee Chairperson, Korean Council for Reconciliation and Cooperation)
    Hae Jung LEE (Manager of Center for Unification and Economics, Hyundai Research Institute)
    James BANFILL (Visiting Research Fellow, The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University)

    Working Together for Peace in Korea

    Date
    June 19 (Wed.), 2019
    Venue
    The Westin Choseon Seoul, Grand Ballroom (1st Floor)

    09 : 00 ~ 09 : 30

    Registration

    09 : 30 ~ 09 : 50

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remarks
    PAIK Haksoon, President of the Sejong Instiute
    Congratulatory Remarks
    BAEK Jong Chun, Chairman of the Sejong Instiute

    09 : 50 ~ 10 : 20

    Keynote
    Speech(Q&A)

    Keynote Speech
    KIM Yeon Chul, Minister of Unification

    10 : 20 ~ 10 : 30

    Coffee Break

    Coffee Break

    10 : 30 ~ 12 : 30

    SESSION 1

    Peace in Korea, Paeace in Northeast Aisa

    Moderator
    KOH Yu-hwan (Professor, Dongkuk University
    Panelists
    CHO Sung-ryul (Senior Research Fellow, Insititute for National Security Strategy)
    JANNUZI Frank (CEO, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation)
    NILSSION-WRIGHT Jogn (Senior Research Fellow, Chatham House)
    SHI Yinhong (Professor, Renmin University of China)

    12 : 30 ~ 14 : 00

    Luncheon

    14 : 00 ~ 16 : 00

    SESSION 2

    Prospects and Challenges in Denuclaearization of the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    LEE Jong-seok (Former Minister of Unification)
    Panelists
    IVASHENTSOV Gleb (Former Russian Ambassador to Korea
    KATO Yoichi (Senior Research Fellow, Asia Pacific Initiative)
    KIM Joonhyung (Professor, Handong University)
    SIGAL Leon (Director, The Social Science Research Counclil)
    YANG Xiyu (Senior Research Fellow, China Institute of International Studies)

    16 : 00 ~ 16 : 30

    Closing Ceremony

    Closing

    The 65th Anniversary of the Korean War Armistice Agreement,
    Peace and Prosperity on the Korean Peninsula

    Date
    June 27 (Wed.), 2018
    Venue
    The Shilla Hotel Seoul, Korea

    10 : 00 ~ 10 : 30

    Registration

    Moderator
    KIM Sung Kyung (Professor, University of North Korean Studies)

    10 : 30 ~ 10 : 50

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remarks
    PARK Jae Kyu (President, Kyungnam University)
    Congratulatory
    KIM Deog-ryong (Executive Vice-chairperson, National Unification Advisory Council)
    CHUNG Sye-kyun (Member, National Assembly (Former Speaker, The National Assembly))

    10 : 50 ~ 11 : 30

    Keynote Speech

    Keynote Speech
    CHO Myoung-Gyon (Minister of Unification) - Including Q & A

    11 : 30 ~ 11 : 40

    Photo Session

    11 : 40 ~ 13 : 00

    Luncheon

    13 : 00 ~ 15 : 00

    Korea GlobalⅠ

    Armistice Agreement and Peace on the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    LEE Soo Hyuck (Member, National Assembly (Former Chief ROK Delegate to the Six-Party Talks))
    Panelists
    Joseph DETRANI (Professor, Missouri State University (Former US Special Envoy for the Six-Party Talks))
    CHEN Dongxiao (President, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies)
    TANAKA Hitoshi (Chairman, Institute for International Strategy, Japan Research Institute (Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan))
    Alexander FEDOROVSKIY (Head, Research Department for Pacific Studies, IMEMO)

    15 : 00 ~ 15 : 20

    Coffee Break

    Coffee Break

    15 : 20 ~ 17 : 50

    Korea Korea GlobalⅡ

    New Economic Map of the Korean Peninsula and Cooperation from Neighboring Countries

    Moderator
    LEE Sangman (Professor Emeritus, Chung-Ang University)
    Presenters
    LEE Joo Tae (Director General for Inter-Korean Exchange and Cooperation, Ministry of Unification) : "The Korean Government’s New Economic Map of the Korean Peninsula"
    LIM Eul-chul (Professor, Institute for Far East Studies of Kyungnam University) : "Cooperating with Neighboring States for the New Economic Map of the Korean Peninsula"
    Tamara G. TROYAKOVA (Head, Department of International Studies, Far Eastern Federal University) : "Korea-Russia Cooperation for the New Economic Map of the Korean Peninsula"
    ZHANG Huizhi (Director, Institute of DPRK and ROK of Jilin University) : "Korea-China Cooperation for the New Economic Map of the Korean Peninsula"
    Discussants
    CHO Bong-hyun (Assistant Director, IBK Economic Research Institute)
    LEE Seog-ki (Senior Fellow, Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade)
    Jean H. LEE (Director, Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy, Woodrow Wilson Center)
    IJUIN Atsushi (Lead Economist, Japan Center for Economic Research)

    18 : 00 ~

    Closing Remarks

    Dinner Reception Hosted by President PARK Jae-Kyu

    New Paths to Peace on the Korean Peninsula through International Cooperation

    Date
    October 17 (Tue), 2017 / 08:30 ~ 16:00
    Venue
    The Westin Chosun Seoul, Korea
    Organizers
    The Asan Institute for Policy Studies

    08 : 30 ~ 09 : 30

    Registration

    09 : 30 ~ 09 : 40

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remarks
    Chaibong Hahm (The Asan Institute for Policy Studies)
    Congratulatory Remarks
    Jae Kyu Park (Kyungnam University)

    09 : 40 ~ 10 : 00

    Keynote Speech

    Keynote Speech
    Myoung-Gyon Cho (Ministry of Unification)

    10 : 00 ~ 10 : 05

    Coffee Break

    Coffee Break

    10 : 05 ~ 11 : 35

    SESSION 1

    Paths to Peace on the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    Chaibong Hahm (The Asan Institute for Policy Studies)
    Panelists
    Ian Anthony (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute)
    Rexon Ryu (The Asia Group, LLC)
    Gyoung-bin Ko (The Peace Foundation)
    Hideshi Tokuchi (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies)
    Feng Zhu (Nanjing University)

    11 : 35 ~ 13 : 00

    Luncheon

    Speech
    Gwan-pyo Nam (Office of National Security)

    13 : 00 ~ 14 : 30

    SESSION 2

    North Korea's Challenge beyond the Korean Peninsula and International Cooperation

    Moderator
    Philip Stephens (Financial Times / Robert Bosch Academy)
    Panelists
    John Everard (Former British Ambassador to DPRK)
    Bong-Geun Jun (Korea National Diplomatic Academy)
    Keng Yong Ong (S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, NTU)
    Evans Revere (The Brookings Institution)
    Hitoshi Tanaka (The Japan Research Institute, Ltd.)

    Peace and Unification of the Korean Peninsula: Comprehensive Approaches

    Date
    November 14 (Mon), 2016
    Venue
    Dynasty Hall, Shilla Hotel, Seoul
    Organizers
    Korean Association for North Korean Studies, Yonsei Institute for North Korean Studies

    10 : 00 ~ 10 : 20

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remarks
    Woo Young Lee (President, The Korean Association of North Korean Studies)
    Welcome Remarks
    Jungmin Seo (Director, Yonsei Institute for North Korean Studies
    Congratulatory Remarks
    Yong-Hak Kim (President, Yonsei University)

    10 : 00 ~ 10 : 30

    Keynote Speech

    Keynote Speech
    Yong-pyo Hong, (Minister of the Ministry of Unification)

    10 : 30 ~ 10 : 40

    Coffee Break

    Coffee Break

    10 : 40 ~ 12 : 10

    SESSION 1

    International Environment for Korean Unification and Peace in Northeast Asia

    Moderator
    Chung-in Moon (Distinguished Senior Researcher, Yonsei Institute for North Korean Studies )
    Panelists
    Kihl-jae Ryoo (The Former Minister, the Ministry of Unification)
    Gareth Evans (The Former Australian Foreign Minister)
    Christopher Hill (The Former US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs)

    12 : 10 ~ 13 : 30

    Luncheon

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 20

    SESSION 2

    Changes in North Korea and the Future of the Korean Peninsula

    Moderator
    Dal-joong Chang, (Professor Emeritus, Seoul National University)
    Panelists
    Robert King (The Special Envoy for North Korean Human Rights Issues)
    Taehee Whang (Professor, Yonsei University)
    Zongze Ruan (Vice President, China Institute of International Studies)
    John Everard (The Former British Ambassador to North Korea)
    Françoise Nicolas (Senior Research Fellow and Director, Center for Asian Studies, IFRI)

    15 : 20 ~ 15 : 40

    Coffee Break

    Coffee Break

    15 : 40 ~ 17 : 30

    SESSION 3

    Denuclearization of North Korea, Peace on the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asian Cooperation

    Moderator
    Dae-seok Choi (Professor, Ewha Womans University
    Panelists
    Seong-Ok Yoo (Former President, Institute for National Security Strategy / President, Gyeongnam Development Institute)
    Leon Sigal (Director, Social Science Research Council (SSRC))
    Kaisheng Li (Professor of Institute of International Relations of the Shanghai Academy of Social Science)
    Junya Nishino (Director, Center for Contemporary Korean Studies, Keio University)
    Gleb Ivashentsov (The Former Russian Ambassador to South Korea)

    70 Years of Division: Past, Present, and Future on the Korean Peninsula

    Date
    June 30 (Tue), 2015
    Venue
    Dynasty Hall, Shilla Hotel, Seoul
    Organizers
    The Institute for Far Eastern Studies

    10 : 00 ~ 10 : 20

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remarks
    박재규 (경남대 총장)
    Congratulatory Remarks
    주철기 (청와대 외교안보수석)

    10 : 20 ~ 10 : 50

    Keynote Speech

    Keynote Speech
    크리스토퍼 힐(덴버대 국제대학원 원장)
    홍용표 (통일부 장관)

    12 : 00 ~ 13 : 30

    Luncheon

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 30

    SESSION 1

    한반도 미래와 동아시아의 질서

    Moderator
    선준영 (경남대 석좌교수)
    Presenters
    프랭크 자누지 (맨스필드재단 대표)
    알렉산더 제빈 (러시아 과학아카데미 한국연구센터 소장)
    Panelists
    존 에버라드 (前 주북한 영국대사)
    준야 니시노 (게이오대 교수)
    제임스 퍼슨 (우드로윌슨센터 역사·공공정책프로그램 부소장)

    15 : 30 ~ 15 : 50

    Coffee Break

    Coffee Break

    15 : 50 ~ 17 : 50

    SESSION 2

    한반도의 통일 미래상과 국제 사회의 협력

    Moderator
    이수훈 (경남대 교수)
    Presenters
    천해성 (통일부 통일정책실장)
    루디거 프랭크 (비엔나대 교수)
    프랑수아즈 니콜라 (프랑스 국제관계연구소 아시아센터 소장)
    크리스찬 바그너 (독일 국제안보문제연구원 선임연구위원)
    Panelists
    레셰크 브진스키 (호주국립대 교수)
    빌라하리 카우시칸 (싱가포르 외교부 무임소 대사 및 정책고문)
    바실리 미헤예프 (러시아과학아카데미 세계경제 및 국제관계연구소 부소장)
    쑤하오 (중국외교학원 전략평화연구센터 소장)

    Trust, Peace, Prosperity: Path to Korean Unification

    Date
    September 20 (Thu), 2014
    Venue
    Ruby Hall, Shilla Hotel, Seoul
    Organizers
    The East Asia Institute

    10 : 30 ~ 11 : 00

    Registration

    10 : 30 ~ 11 : 10

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remarks
    이숙종 (EAI 원장)

    11 : 10 ~ 11 : 30

    Keynote Speech

    Keynote Speech
    류길재 (통일부)

    11 : 30 ~ 11 : 50

    질의응답

    Moderator
    이숙종 (EAI 원장)

    12 : 00 ~ 13 : 20

    Luncheon

    13 : 20 ~ 15 : 00

    SESSION 1

    동아시아 세력구조 재편과 한반도 통일의 함의

    Moderator
    하영선 (EAI 이사장)
    Presenters
    후지와라 기이치 (도쿄대 교수(일본))
    프랭크 자누지 (맨스필드재단 사무총장(미국))
    바실리 미헤예프 (국제경제 및 국제관계연구소(IMEMO),부원장(러시아))
    리 난 (중국 사회과학원 연구원(중국))
    Panelists
    전재성 (EAI 아시아안보연구센터 소장, 서울대 교수(한국))
    제임스 코튼 (뉴사우스웨일스대 교수(오스트레일리아))
    베리 데스커 (난양기술대(RSIS) 학장(싱가포르))

    15 : 00 ~ 15 : 20

    Coffee Break

    Coffee Break

    15 : 20 ~ 17 : 10

    SESSION 2

    한반도 신뢰 프로세스의 성과 및 과제

    Moderator
    장달중 (서울대 명예교수)
    Presenters
    한스-울리히 자이트 (독일외교부 감사관, 전 주한 독일 대사(독일))
    유호열 (고려대 교수(한국))
    Panelists
    존 에버라드 (전 주북한 영국 대사(영국)
    김기웅 (통일부 통일정책실장(한국))
    프랑수와즈 니콜라 (프랑스 국제관계연구소(IFRI),아시아센터 국장(프랑스))
    게오르기 톨로라야 (루스키미르재단 아시아·아프리카 국장(러시아))

    The Korean Peninsula Trust-building Process: challenges and opportunities

    Date
    November 20 (Wed), 2013
    Venue
    Orchid Room, Westin Chosun Hotel
    Organizers
    The Asan Isntitute for Policy Studies

    08 : 30 ~ 09 : 30

    Registration

    09 : 30 ~ 09 : 40

    Opening Ceremony

    Welcome Remarks
    함재봉 아산정책연구원

    09 : 40 ~ 10 : 20

    Keynote Speech

    Keynote Speech
    류길재 (통일부)

    10 : 20 ~ 10 : 30

    Coffee Break

    Coffee Break

    10 : 30 ~ 11 : 45

    SESSION 1

    변화하는 국제 환경 속에서의 남북관계

    Presenters
    함재봉 (아산정책연구원)
    존 아이켄베리 (프린스턴대학교)
    왕이조우 (베이징대학교)

    11 : 45 ~ 13 : 30

    Luncheon

    Speech
    이흥구 (前 국무총리)

    13 : 30 ~ 15 : 10

    SESSION 2

    한반도 신뢰 프로세스

    Moderator
    최강 (아산정책연구원)
    Presenters
    빅터 차 (국제전략문제연구소)
    추수롱 (칭화대학교)
    천해성 (통일부)
    바실리 미헤예프 (러시아국제경제-국제관계연구소)
    라스-안드레 리히터 (나우만재단)
    토고 카주히코 (교토산업대학교)

    15 : 10 ~ 15 : 30

    Coffee Break

    Coffee Break

    15 : 30 ~ 17 : 10

    SESSION 3

    통일외교 국제적 네트워크의 제도화

    Moderator
    봉영식 (아산정책연구원)
    Presenters
    존 에버라드 (유엔 안전보장이사회 대북제재자문관, 전 주북한 영국대사)
    이강우 (통일부 - 미치시타 나루시게, 일본국립정책대학원)
    스콧 스나이더 (미국외교협회)
    브렌단 테일러 (호주국립대학교)
    주펑 (베이징대학교)

    Peace and Unification - Discussion on the Korean Peninsula

    Date
    November 13 (Tue), 2012
    Venue
    Dynasty Hall, Shilla Hotel, Seoul
    Organizers
    Ilmin International Relations Institute

    08 : 30 ~ 09 : 30

    Registration

    09 : 30 ~ 10 : 00

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remarks
    한승주 (KGF 의장; 前 외교통상부 장관)
    Welcome Remarks
    류우익 (통일부장관)

    10 : 00 ~ 12 : 00

    통일석학 강연

    통일석학 강연자
    제임스 스타인버그 (前 미 국무부 부장관; 시라큐스대학 맥스웰스쿨 학장)

    12 : 00 ~ 14 : 00

    Luncheon

    Speech
    이흥구 (前 국무총리)

    14 : 00 ~ 16 : 00

    SESSION 1

    한반도 통일의 필요성에 관한 세계적 시각

    Moderator
    유호열 (코리아정책연구원 원장; 고려대학교 북한학과 교수)
    Presenters
    스콧 스나이더 (미국 외교협회(CFR), 한미정책연구센터 소장 (미국))
    기이치 후지와라 (일본 동경대학교 교수 (일본))
    알렉산더 페도로프스키 (러시아 세계경제국제관계연구소(MEMO) 아태센터장(러시아))
    리처드 후 (중국 홍콩대 교수(중국))

    16 : 00 ~ 16 : 20

    휴식

    Coffee Break

    16 : 20 ~ 18 : 20

    SESSION 2

    통일외교 국제적 네트워크의 제도화

    Moderator
    존 에버라드 (유엔 안전보장이사회 대북제재 자문관; 前 주북한 영국 대사 (영국))
    Presenters
    신성호(서울대학교 국제대학원 교수)
    파트릭 쾰너 (독일 세계 및 지역 연구소 아시아연구원 (GIGA) 원장 (독일))
    제임스 코튼 (호주 뉴사우스웨일스대학교 국가방위아카데미 교수 (호주))
    로돌포 세버리노 (싱가포르 동남아연구 (ISEAS) 산하 ASEAN 연구소 소장))
    前 아세안 사무총장 (아세안/필리핀)

    Searching for Solutions to the Korean Question

    Date
    September 1 (Thu), 2011
    Venue
    Shilla Hotel, Seoul
    Organizers
    Ilmin International Relations Institute

    The Korean Question in a Regional and Global Context

    Date
    September 9 (Thu), 2010
    Venue
    Shilla Hotel, Seoul
    Organizers
    Ilmin International Relations Institute