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CEASG partners in Pusan National University conference on “Changing Environment of Korean Peninsula and Its impacts on East Asia" (Busan, Korea)

06 March 2019

The conference is hosted at the Pusan National University EU-Korea Centre, in the framework of the PNU-Groningen research Centre (PGRC) on 25-26 April. Other PGRC activities include the Annual Winter and Summer Schools hosted in Groningen by GSG/CEASG for Korean students.

CEASG participation in the conference includes:

-dr.Francesco Giumelli: From six-party talk to two men show? An analysis of the nuclear negotiations with North Korea through sanctions'

-dr.David Shim: 'Mnemonical security and the "Statue of Peace". Controversy between Japan and South Korea'

-dr.Joost Herman: EU-Korean partnership for the multilateral governance of international solidarity

-dr.Tjalling Halbertsma: Mongolia and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea relations at Seventy: A US-DPRK summit in Ulaanbaatar?

- Philipp Olbrich: Transparency from Space: North Korea Through the Eyes of the United States

-dr Chris Lamont: Japan-Korea relations in the context of a changing security environment

-dr. Sunkung Choi: Who's afraid of North Korea? DPRK's provocations and stock market returns in China, Japan and South Korea

Last modified:11 March 2019 10.49 a.m.

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