Korea-Australia relations during a time of transition, 15 June, Canberra
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Korea-Australia relations during a time of transition, 15 June, Canberra

The ANU in Canberra is holding a symposium on ‘Korea-Australia relations during a time of transition’ on 15 June in Canberra. Please see details below.


Recent developments on the Korean peninsula are promising an end to a stalemate in peace negotiations between North and South. The political and economic implications for the two Koreas and their allies are enormous and they are challenging alliances. In association with the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, and with its generous support, the ANU Korea Institute is hosting a one-day Symposium on the future of the Korean peninsula, security in the region, and Korea-Australia relations. Featuring key analysts from Australia and Korea, it seeks to identify the pathways to success and the possible causes of failure.


H.E. Baek-Soon Lee, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea; Roald Maliangkay, Director, ANU Korea Institute; David Hundt, Deakin University; Shin-wha Lee, Korea University; Jae-Jeok Park, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies; plus many more.


Lecture Theatre 1, Hedley Bull Centre (130), corner of Garran Road and Liversidge Street, ANU


Friday, 15 June, 2018 – 08:45 to 16:30
Click here for more information: http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/cap-events/2018-06-15/korea-australia-relations-during-time-transition