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Date: Dec. 6th 2013
Session: Northeast Asian Peace: Korean Unification Vision and Peace-Building in Northeast Asia
A unified Korean peninsula is directly linked to stability and security cooperation in Northeast Asia. Without achieving a permanent peace regime on the Korean peninsula, there will be no unification process on the Korean peninsula. This panel discussed Asian perspectives on the future vision of Korean unification and Northeast Asian peace and security.
Distinguished scholars from China, Japan, Malaysia, Mongolia and S. Korea presented five scholarly papers.
Chair: Tae-Hwan KWAK Eastern Kentucky University/ Institute for Korean Peninsula Future Strategies
1. The One Korea Unification Vision: What Should Be Done? Tae-Hwan KWAK, Eastern Kentucky University/ Kyungnam University
2. China's Role in Korean Unification Vision and Northeast Asian Peace-building, Xiaohe CHENG, Renmin University of China
3. Korean Unification Vision and Northeast Asian Peace-building: A Japanese View, KASEDA Yoshinori, University of Kitakyushu
4. ASEAN’s Role on the Korean Peninsula: An Opportunity for the Future?
Er-Win TAN, Geetha Govindasamy, and Chang Kyoo Park (all three, University of Malaya)