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[Global Future Dialogue ② ] COVID-19 and its impact on the world order

Ji-Young Yim (SD)| 2020.06.25

The Future Consensus Institute (Yeosijae) hosted its second Global Future Dialogue webinar on May 29th with the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, to assess the impacts of COVID-19 and to provide...

[Global Future Dialogue ①] Sustainability in the pandemic era

Min-Ha Kim (SD)| 2020.06.25

On May 26th, the Future Consensus Institute (Yeosijae) held a webinar with the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) on Sustainability in the Pandemic Era. As the first session of the Global Future Dialogue...

[Discussion/G2 Conflict] South Korea: Caught between a rock and a hard place

Se-Hee Hwang (Director of the Future Planning Department)| 2020.06.19

(Source: (Left) AFP / (Right) Yonhap News Agency) The COVID-19 outbreak has deeply wounded the U.S. and Chinas global leadership, creating a global leadership vacuum with no signs of resolution in the near...

[Post-COVID-19 Era / Cities ②] Rediscovering “Local”

Jong-Ryn Mo (Professor at Yonsei Graduate School of International Studies)| 2020.06.16

Is Local an Alternative? Left: Seongsu-dong, Right: Ikseon-dong; Source: Dong-A Ilbo, Wallpaper flare Since our inception, the Future Consensus Institute (Yeosijae) has focused on the urban...

[Post-COVID-19 Era / Cities ①] Income Inequality: What makes Swaziland and New York the same

Dae-Sik Lee (Director of Urban Solution Department)| 2020.06.04

Changing the Course of Our Cities The Times Square in New York after the spread of COVID-19 (Source: Getty Images Korea / TBS) Since its inception, the Future Consensus Institute (Yeosijae) has...

Will South Korea become “the world’s factory” for advanced industries?

Byoung-Jo Chun (Distinguished Fellow · Former CEO & President of KB Securities)| 2020.05.25

We need to move from reshoring only to the optimal relocation strategy. Byoung-Jo Chun graduated from the Department of Economics at Seoul National University and received his Ph.D. in economics at the...

[New Value Research ① | The caste system of the so-called ‘meritocracy’ is an obstacle to progress]

Eun-Hwan Kim (Writer· Former Director of Management Strategy at Samsung Economic Research Institute)| 2020.05.15

Where does South Korea stand? The Future Consensus Institute (Yeosijae) has been working with a writer and an expert in the business environment, Eun-Hwan Kim, to conduct research on the topic of a new value system...

Can we use e-voting in the next presidential election 2 years later?

Myung-Ho Lee (Digital platform team manager)| 2020.04.27

E-voting would save time and cost remarkably, but building social confidence is the key. An early voting site in the 19th presidential election in 2017 [(Source:Newsis)] A huge wave of changes...

[Discussion/COVID-19 ②] What do we need to prepare?

Anna Choi (Communication Team Manager) & Yun Seo Lee (SD)| 2020.03.31

In all aspects, South Korea could be in the best position to lead the post-COVID-19 international system Now is the best time to eliminate economic bubbles and focus on innovative investment When will the...

[Discussion/COVID-19 ①] Evaluation: It is time to prepare for the reality of living alongside the virus

Anna Choi (Communication Team Manager) & Yun Seo Lee (SD)| 2020.03.30

When will the COVID-19 outbreak subside, and how? What will things look like in the post-COVID-19 era? Right now, the important things are quarantine and providing living assistance. This is where the states administrative...

[COVID-19 Crisis, a test of governance / Japan] “A deep-rooted system that requires sacrifices of individuals for the good of the social stability’ - What is “the Japanese corona virus mystery” indicating?

Sehee Hwang (Director of the Future Planning Department, FCI and Ph. D in Law of Univ. of Keio)| 2020.03.27

Japanese society relieved at the decision of postponing the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics instead of canceling it. It was on March 23 that the Japanese government admitted for the first time, there was a possibility...

[How Japan view China ④] The Xi Jinping administration's view of the international order – China's emphasis on United Nations diplomacy and liberal economic policies

Shin Kawashima(Professor, the University of Tokyo)| 2020.02.23

One of the biggest concerns of modern Japan is China. There have been numerous seminars, symposiums, and private learning sessions on the topics of The Change of China and The Future of US-China Relations. Korea, as well,...

[How Japan view China ③] US strategic perception on China: Implications for US allied partners

Tsuneo Watanabe(Senior Fellow, Sasakawa Peace Foundation)| 2020.02.11

One of the biggest concerns of modern Japan is China. There have been numerous seminars, symposiums, and private learning sessions on the topics of The Change of China and The Future of US-China Relations. Korea, as well,...

[The Great Energy Shift] The scramble for energy supremacy in East Asia: the US, Russia and China

Dae-Sik Lee (Director of Urban Solutions Department)| 2020.02.05

Towards a Natural Gas Trading Hub as National Agenda Unless something is done, Korea will suffer collateral damage The US and Russia are keeping an eye on East Asia The Great Energy Shift is...

[How Japan view China ②] Challenges facing the Chinese economy

Osamu Tanaka(Chief Senior Researcher, Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO)| 2020.01.13

One of the biggest concerns of modern Japan is China. There have been numerous seminars, symposiums, and private learning sessions on the topics of The Change of China and The Future of US-China Relations. Korea, as well,...

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