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Korean Reunification Forum Series

A Global Peace Foundation project in:

The prospect of reunification of the two Koreas raises a wide range of issues. Together with partners like SFS Asian Studies Program at Georgetown University and the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the Global Peace Foundation has hosted academic forums to address to address these topics ranging from China-Korea relations, humanitarian relief efforts, and envisioning a united Korea.

 

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Members of the Republic of Korea’s National Assembly, leading Korea experts, and North Korean defectors called for a renewal of the U.S.-ROK alliance and a commitment by incoming President Yoon Suk-yeol to support a free and unified Korea as comprehensive answer to regional security
Published on 24/04/2022
Korea experts in Moscow, London, Stockholm, Seoul, New York, and Washington discussed new opportunities for resolving the decades-long challenges of bringing peace, reunification and denuclearization to the Korean peninsula and Northeast Asia during a virtual roundtable on June 2, 2020.
Published on 15/06/2020
Experts from Mongolia and Japan examined Korean reunification, denuclearization, and the impact of Covid-19 on open and closed societies at a virtual roundtable on May 26. The forum specifically explored the perspectives of the two regional states and their historic relations with Korea.
Published on 01/06/2020