[KS] 14th Tongil Hankuk Forum “Asia tour of Trump, where does the situation in Korean Peninsula head to?”
bjseliger at yahoo.de
Mon Nov 13 04:24:57 EST 2017
Dear list members,
those of you living in Seoul might be interested inthe following event (in Korean only).
14th Tongil Hankuk Forum
“Asia tour of Trump, where does the situation inKorean Peninsula head to?”
Date: November 15(Wed), 2017 14:00-17:00
Venue: 밝은사회국제클럽 (Yulgongno,Seoul, opposite of Biwon)
AfterDPRK launched ICBM, progressed on 6th Nuclear Test and threatened toattack Guam, and US started strategic platform training and announcingadditional military action in response, the tension in Korean peninsula goteven more intense. Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump started his first Asiantour, visiting Korea, China and Japan during 3-14 of November. It seems likethe visit of Trump in this situation will mark as a watershed in the crisis ofKorean Peninsula. Therefore we would like to analyze the result of the visitand the strategy of US Korean-policy to reorganize our policies towards DPRK.
2. Opening Ceremony(14:00-14:30)
“Asia tour of Trump and Future Prospect of Korea”
- Moderator Lee,Gwan Se (Former vice minister of Unification)
Presentation: “The meaning of Trump’s visit and futureprospect of Korea”
- Go, Yoo Hwan(Professor of Dongguk Univ, Department of North Korean studies)
Roundtable: “How to find a breakthrough of KoreanDiplomacy?”
- Hong, Hyun Ik(Senior Researcher of The Sejong Institute)
- Lee, Dong Ryul(Professor of Dongduk Women’s Univ, Department of Chinese studies)
- Wang, Sun Taek(YTN journalist)
- Hong, Min (SeniorResearcher of Korea Institute for KINU)
Hosted by: The Institute for Peace Affairs(IPA)
In cooperation with: Hanns Seidel Stiftung Korea (HSS)
Dr. Bernhard Seliger
Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea Office
501, Soo Young Bdlg.
13 Hannamdaero 20-gil
Republic of Korea
Tel. + 82 2 7905344
Fax. + 82 2 7905346
e-mail: seliger at hss.or.kr
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