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Tentative Programme

Venue: Paul S. Lam Conference Centre, 
Amenities Building, Lingnan University
Date: 10 June 2010 (Thursday)
(download registration form here)

0845-0900

Registration

0900-0930

Welcoming Remarks

 

Jesús Seade
Vice President, Lingnan University

Baohui Zhang
Director, Centre for Asian Pacific Studies, Lingnan University

Brian Bridges
Head, Department of Political Science, Lingnan University

Consul-General
, Republic of Korea

Consul-General, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

0930-1045

Session 1: History, Peace and Remembrance: An Overview                                       
Chair: Brian Bridges, Lingnan University

 

Symbolic Meaning of Historical Injustices: Attitudes of South Korean Students to Japan’s Policy of Dealing with the Past
Roman David, Lecturer, Newcastle University

A Lethe of Peace in North-east Asia: Memories of Force and The Prospect for Reconciliation
Simone Chun, Assistant Professor, Suffolk University

Remembrance and Oblivion: Reconstruction of War Memories in Japan

Kiichi Fujiwara, Professor, University of Tokyo

1045-1100

Coffee Break

1100-1230

Session 2-1: Relations between the North (Korea) and South (Korea)
Chair: Mikyoung Kim, Hiroshima Peace Institute

 

Changes and Issues in Inter-Korean Relation: Asymmetry, Cooperation and Tension
Myoung-Kyu Park, Professor, Seoul National University

Relations between the North and South
Thae Ung Ro, Senior Researcher, Institute for Disarmament and Peace, DPRK

Investing in Engagement: Encouraging Responsible Actions through FDI in North Korea?

Kevin Shepard, James A. Kelly Korean Studies Fellow, Pacific Forum, CSIS

1230-1330

 Lunch (by invitation only)

 

1330-1430

Session 2-2: Relations between the North (Korea) and South (Korea)
Chair: Peter Ferdinand, Warwick University

 

Nostalgia as Counter-Hegemonic Narrative: A Discourse Analysis of North Korean Settlers in the South
Mikyoung Kim, Associate Professor, Hiroshima Peace Institute

How Should The Two Koreas Handle Each Other?
Aidan Foster-Carter, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Leeds University

 

1430-1600

Session 3: Relations between Korea and its Neighbours
Chair: Nick Thomas, City University of Hong Kong

 

Factors Forming the Bilateral Relationship between Korea and Japan in the Post-Cold War Era
Hosup Kim, Professor, Chung-Ang University

Korean Nuclear Crisis and the Changing Sino-DPRK Relations

Jian Cai, Associate Professor, Fudan University

An Emerging “Strategic Partnership” between Beijing and Seoul? Historical Lessons and Strategic Realities
Taeho Kim, Professor, Hallym University

1600-1630

Coffee Break

1630-1830

Session 4:  Regional Security and Peace Building: Alternative Approaches
Chair: Baohui Zhang, Lingnan University

 

In Search for New Peace System in Northeast Asia: Russia’s View
Alexander Zhebin, Director, Centre for Korean Studies, Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Moscow

Security Situation on the Korean Peninsular and the Measures for Building Confidence
Kwang Yong So,  Researcher, Institute for Disarmament and Peace, DPRK

Regional Cooperation in North-east Asia: Lessons from Europe?

Brian Bridges, Professor, Lingnan University

North Korea’s Denuclearization through the Six Party Process
Tae-Hwan Kwak, Professor Emeritus, Eastern Kentucky University

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