Global Peace Foundation (GPF) has engaged its International Advisory Council on Korean Unification and Northeast Asia Peace and Development as well as scholars and experts from Europe, Asia, and the United States to address the prospects of reunification as a peaceful means to resolve ongoing conflict, security threats, and human rights violations on the Korean peninsula.
The following edited volume from several key international perspectives was produced from scholarly papers presented at recent international forums convened by GPF. The papers present the views of individual scholars and do not necessarily reflect the position of Global Peace Foundation or the contributors’ respective organizations, which are listed for identification purposes only.
GPF will be hosting a series of forums in the coming months on this topic, with details forthcoming at this site.
Unified Korea: National and Regional Perspectives
Dr. Jagannath Panda, Coordinator at the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi, and Dr. Jin Shin, Director of the National Strategy Institute, Chungnam National University and President of the Institute for Peace Affairs, Republic of Korea
ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY, HUMAN RIGHTS AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
NATIONAL AND REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES INCLUDING DENUCLEARIZATION AND ECONOMY