Comprehensive Moves Toward a Nuclear-Free Korean Peninsula

Kampmark, B 2018, Comprehensive Moves Toward a Nuclear-Free Korean Peninsula, Nautilus Institute, San Francisco, United States

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Title of report Comprehensive Moves Toward a Nuclear-Free Korean Peninsula
Author(s) Kampmark, B
Year of publication 2018
Publisher Nautilus Institute
Place of publication San Francisco, United States
Subjects Government and Politics of Asia and the Pacific
International Relations
Abstract/Summary This report summarises and assesses deliberations between policymakers, analysts and experts on the subject of a future nuclear-free Korean Peninsula at the Korean National Diplomatic Academy (KNDA), Seoul, the Republic of Korea (ROK), on December 11 and 12, 2017. The gathering was hosted by the Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security (IFANS). Co-organisers include IFANS, the Nautilus Institute and the Asia-Pacific Leadership Network (APLN). The urgent note behind the circumstances of the discussions was unmistakable ― the need to find the most feasible means to prevent conflict on the Korean Peninsula while also seeking a lasting solution involving denuclearisation. The salience of these discussions has received a further boost with the resumption of North-South Korean talks. To that end, intentions, strategies and approaches were analysed and canvassed across six sessions.
Commissioning body South Korean Foreign Ministry
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