The Pangoal Institution and Korea-China Think Tank Net jointly Held a Forum on The Korean Peninsula Nuclear Issue and Peace Building in Northeast Asia
The Pangoal Institution and Korea-China Think Tank Net jointly Held a Forum on The Korean Peninsula Nuclear Issue and Peace Building in Northeast Asia

On November 2nd, the delegation led by Lee Taihwan, president of the the Korea-China Think Net and former Director of the China Center of the Sejong Institute of Korea, visited the Pangoal Institution and participated in the the Pangoal Institution and the Korea-China Think Net. The seminar on the nuclear issue of the peninsula and the peace building in Northeast Asia jointly organized by the Internet. President of the the Pangoal Institution, Yi Peng, and president of the Korea-China Think Bank Net, Lee Tai Hwan, made an opening speech for the seminar. Experts and scholars from China, South Korea and the United States revolved around the "Peninsula Nuclear Issue" and "China-ROK Cooperation in Peacebuilding in Northeast Asia" Exchanges and discussions on issues such as the impact of new changes in US relations on the situation in Northeast Asia.

The current nuclear issue on the peninsula has seen a new turn, but the future situation is still unclear; the growing trade friction between China and the United States casts a shadow over the development of the situation in Northeast Asia. On the nuclear issue of the peninsula, both China and South Korea emphasize the peninsula. Denuclearization, commitment to peace and stability on the peninsula, and effective promotion of peacebuilding in Northeast Asia require more communication and interaction between the two sides. As a representative of the Chinese social think tank, the Pangoal Institution has been actively carrying out the practice of think tank folk diplomacy since its establishment, and actively contributes to the country's overall diplomacy. This time, the cooperation with the famous Korean think tank and the Korean-Chinese think tank Net aims to build a bridge between academic and non-governmental communication between China and South Korea, and contribute to the development of bilateral relations and peace and stability in Northeast Asia.

In the opening speech session, Yi Peng, the president of the Pangoal Institution, first extended a warm welcome to the Chinese and foreign guests, and introduced the importance of the Pangoal Institution to Northeast Asian research, especially the importance of Korean research. president Yi Peng said that the Pangoal Institution, as one of the think tanks of Chinese society, strongly emphasized the promotion of peace building in Northeast Asia through the power of non-governmental exchanges. In the five years since its establishment, the Pangoal Institution has hosted more than 50 exchanges between China and South Korea, and more than a quarter of South Korean parliamentarians have visited the the Pangoal Institution. president Yi Peng also expressed the hope that there will be more exchanges between institutions and scholars between China and South Korea, building bridges for a deeper understanding between the two countries and contributing more ideas to peace in Northeast Asia!

Lee Tai Hwan, president of the Korea-China Think Tank Net and former Director of the China Center of the Sejong Institute of Korea, expressed his gratitude to President Yi Peng for his welcome and said that he is very pleased to visit the the Pangoal Institution again and hopes that the exchanges between the two sides will continue. The solution and continued to play an active role in peacebuilding in Northeast Asia.

In the following discussion stage, experts and scholars from China, South Korea and the United States exchanged views on current hot topics such as the North Korean nuclear issue, China-ROK exchanges, and relations between major powers, and discussed how to promote peace and stability in the situation in Northeast Asia. The participating experts and scholars unanimously agreed that achieving peace and stability in Northeast Asia is in the interests of all parties concerned on the peninsula. To promote stable and stable development in Northeast Asia, both determination and action are needed. Peace in Northeast Asia cannot be separated from relevant parties. Extensive exchanges.

On November 2, 2017, the Pangoal Institution and Korea Think Tank Hanzhong Think Tank Net jointly held a roundtable discussion on Northeast Asia issues. Major General Pan Zhenqiang, former director of the Strategic Research Institute of China National Defense University, Senior Consultant of the Pangoal Institution, Academic of China International Strategic Research Foundation Committee Director Zhang Yusheng, the Pangoal Institution Academic Committee, Hanzhong Think Tank Net Chinese Convener, Professor Su Hao, Director of the Center for Strategic and Peace Studies, China Foreign Affairs University, president of Hanzhong Think Library Net, Director of China Center of Korea Sejong Institute, Li Taizhen (LEE) TAI HWAN), James Przystup, Senior Research Fellow, National Strategy Institute, US National Defense University, Phillip Saunders, Director of the Chinese Military Research Center of the US National Defense University, and Director of the Research Center, attended by many experts and scholars from China, South Korea and the United States.

The Korea-China Think Net

The Korea-China Think Net is a spontaneous meeting of experts who have researched or interested in China's diplomatic security, economic and social policies. In 2007, it became a corporate civil society and became a formal civil society organization. The Korea-China Think Tank Net aims to establish a Net of experts in Korea and China. Experts from the two countries not only discussed the problems between the two countries, but also conducted investigations and research on various unsolved cases in Northeast Asia, accumulating relevant information and materials, hosting various conferences and symposia, and publishing journals and other activities. Relevant countermeasures, thus contributing to the development of friendly relations between Korea and China and the cooperation in Northeast Asia.

President, Korea-China Think Net; Former Director of the Center for China Studies, Sejong Institute Lee Tai Hwan,Professor, Korea National Defense UniversityHan Yong SupProfessor, Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University Lee Geun, Professor of Handong Global University Park Won Gon, Director of International Cooperation Research Division, Korea Institute for National Unification (KINU) Min Tae Eun, Professor of Korea National Diplomatic Academy (KNDA) Kim Byung Oh, Research Fellow, Institute for National Security Strategy (INSS) Kim Young Joon, Research Fellow of Korea Institute for Defense Analyses (KIDA), Kim Jina, Senior Research Fellow of Institute for National Strategic Studies, US National Defense University James Przystup, Distinguished Research Fellow of the Director of Studies and the Director of the Center for Study of Chinese Military Affairs, US National Defense University Phillip Saunders,  president of the the Pangoal Institution,Yi Peng, Senior Consultant of the the Pangoal Institution Advisory Committee, Director of the Academic Committee of the China International Strategic Research Foundation, Zhang Tuosheng, Senior Consultant of the the Pangoal Institution Advisory Committee, and Distinguished Professor of the School of International Studies, Renmin University of China Shi Yinhong , the Pangoal Institution academic committee, Su Hao, Professor of China Foreign Affairs University, Secretary-General of the Academic Committee of the Pangoal Institution, Executive Director of the China-US Humanities Exchange Research Base of Peking University, Wang Dong, Academician of the Pangoal Institution, Associate Professor of the School of International Studies, Renmin University of China, Cheng Xiaohe, Senior Research Fellow, the Pangoal Institution, Northeast Yue Li, Executive Director of the Asian Studies Center, and Academician of the the Pangoal Institution, Wang Junsheng, Research Fellow of the Asia-Pacific and Global Strategy Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, attended the seminar.■


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