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[The Biden Era: South Korea’s Strategy ②] There is No South Korea in Washington’s Inner Circle

Young-Jun Kim (Professor, Korea National Defense University · National Security Advisory Board Member, the Republic of Korea President’s Office)| 2020.12.16

Taking Lessons from the Cultural Amity between Israel/Japan and the U.S. The Two Faces of America Four years of Trump have caused a big change in America; it marked the end of U.S. global leadership and the...

[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...

The end of labor unions… Reforming the labor law

Bo-Hee Song (SD)| 2020.07.29

Professor Ji-Soon Park discusses why South Koreas labor laws are losing relevance in todays world. (Source: Left- Yonhap News / Right- Getty Images) The dual shock of the digital industrial...

[Yeosijae Now] [Post-COVID-19 Panel Discussion ①] Digital transformation and innovation economy

Sul-Mi Park, Min-Ha Kim (SD)| 2020.08.03

Discussing COVID-19 and the Future of Korea A great reset is necessary to build a new social contract that honors the dignity of every human being. -Klaus Schwab. On July 13th, the Chairman of the...

Barriers prevent South Korean companies from joining RE100

Seung-Il Moon (Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Seoul National University)| 2020.09.18

Speedy reforms are needed to put South Koreas Green New Deal on track for success RE100 or 100% renewable electricity will determine business competitiveness Offshore wind farm in the southwest sea of...

[The Biden Era: South Korea’s Strategy ①] Trump lost a battle, but not a war

Young-Jun Kim (Professor, Korea National Defense University · National Security Advisory Board Member, the Republic of Korea President’s Office)| 2020.12.10

What South Koreans Think of America Versus Real America Four years of Trump have left deep scars on America; it marked the end of U.S. global leadership and the beginning of a divided America. President-elect Joe...

[Interview / Frank Jannuzi] "Biden will be patient, but will not be passive and inactive on North Korea"

Se-Hee Hwang (Director of the Future Planning Department)| 2020.11.25

-Interview with Frank Jannuzi (President and CEO of the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation) -(The Korean Peninsula issue) is like a three-legged race....it requires a carefully coordinated process where both the...

[Global Future Dialogue ⑤] Global order and America's role in a 'G0' world - A conversation with Prof. Joseph S. Nye Jr.

Ji-Young Yim (SD)| 2020.09.01

Joseph S. Nye Jr. on moral foreign policy and the 2020 U.S. presidential elections Pacifism without an alliance may produce immoral results Political leaders should also be educators The novel...

[Global Future Dialogue ⑧: A Conversation with Professor Esther Duflo] Good Economics for Post-COVID-19 World

Anna Titenok (SD)| 2020.12.09

The growth is not important, per se. What is important is welfare. On December 2, Yeosijae hosted a webinar with MIT professor and co-winner of Nobel Prize in economics, Prof. Esther Duflo, to discuss...

“We must reserve a portion of the '200 million vaccines' mentioned by Bill Gates for domestic use.”

Joon-Young Yoon (SD)| 2020.08.24

Koreas success with the pandemic is a product of its hurry, hurry culture however, there are no guarantees for success in the next pandemic. Seminar by the Director of the Center for Vaccine Commercialization...

[Energy] Paving the way for a natural gas hub in South Korea

Ki-Soo Kim (Director of Sales, KOGAS) / Dae-Sik Lee (Director of Research Planning Department, Yeosijae)| 2020.07.01

First Exports to China in November 2019 Small Splashes to Make Big Waves Korea Gas Corporations Pyeongtaek LNG Terminal (Source: KOGAS) Over the years, the Future Consensus Institute (Yeosijae)...

[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...

[Discussion / North Korean Economy] What is the current state of the North Korean economy amid sanctions, COVID-19, and flooding?

Sul-Mi Park (SD)| 2020.09.07

-Facing the worst economic outlook amid the triple whammy of crises (sanctions, COVID-19, floods) -North Korea admits its economic plans have failed; still, its economy is more self-sufficient than that of the Arduous...

[How Japan view China ①] The US-China confrontation - Where will hegemony reside next?

Akio Takahara(Professor, the University of Tokyo)| 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,...

[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...

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