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In this interview, we have brought Haruhisa Ogawa, Honorary Professor at Tokyo University. We take a look the Korean independence movement, the people that made it happen and its implications on the Korean Peninsula today. This interview was brought about by Global Peace Foundation - Japan.
Published on 09/09/2020
Mr. Seo called on the global audience at the International Forum on One Korea 2020—held virtually—to take up the spirit of the independence movement that took place 75 years ago to build a new, united, and independent Korea that would bring benefit to all humanity.
Published on 29/08/2020
Mr. Flynn welcomed all participants to the International Forum on One Korea 2020 held virtually due to the global pandemic. Introducing the challenges and opportunities presented by COVID-19 and its implications for Korean Unification, Mr.
Published on 29/08/2020
At the International Forum on One Korea 2020, Dr. Parker took an in-depth look at the immense global threat presented by a nuclear North Korea while also presenting an intriguing opportunity to eliminate all weapons of mass destruction on the Korean peninsula.
Published on 29/08/2020
“Religious freedom is a foundational human right [and] core issue of our time that will shape the future of human societies, including the prospects for Korean unification and the character of a unified Korea," says Dr. Hyun Jin P. Moon, chairman of the Global Peace Foundation.
Published on 29/08/2020
Dr. Feulner described the importance of a civil-led movement for Korean unification based on the Korean ethos Hongik Ingan (“to bring benefit to all humankind”) as mentioned in the Korean Dream, written by Dr. Hyun Jin P. Moon.
Published on 29/08/2020

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