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Global Transformation

We promote co-existence and prosperity instead of conflict and hegemony. We identify sources of conflict in advance and find a way to cooperate. We will contribute to establishing a new global order for the world.

[Global Future Dialogue ⑨: A Conversation with Professor Kishore Mahbubani] "You cannot treat a tiger (China) like a cat."

Jaeyoung Lee (Yeosijae Advisor)· Anna Titenok (Yeosijae SD)| 2021.02.22

-The China Challenge and the Future of Asia Speaker: Kishore Mahbubani Distinguished Fellow at the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, former Ambassador of Singapore to the UN and...

[Outlook 2021 ③ / CFR President Richard Haass] "It will be difficult for the U.S. to regain its global leadership... Power is in many more hands today."

Won-Soo Kim (Yeosijae International Advisory Board Chair)∙Sul-Mi Park(SD)| 2021.02.01

-2021 will be the beginning of a slow, difficult, and incomplete recovery -COVID-19 and renewing multilateralism should be our priorities A fresh new year filled with uncertainties is upon us, and our world order...

[Outlook 2021 ② / EAI Chairman Young-Sun Ha] ”Rebuilding world order… South Korea should become the ‘link’ between ‘great’ and ‘small’ powers.”

Se-Hee Hwang (Director of Future Planning Department)·Sul-Mi Park (SD)| 2021.02.01

-South Korea needs to be actively involved in the process of developing a new international order to secure its position in the new world -Four major foreign policy challenges facing South Korea: U.S.-China relations,...

[The Biden Era: South Korea’s Strategy ③] March and April will be the key months to facilitate US-DPRK dialogue

Seong-Ryoul Cho (Senior Advisor, Institute for National Security Strategy)| 2020.12.28

North Korea will not give up denuclearization talks Turning Tokyo and Beijing Olympics into an opportunity to foster peace in Northeast Asia Four years of Trump has changed many things. Amongst them, U.S. policy...

[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...

[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...

Tapping into the Star Market to sharpen South Korea’s competitive edge

Byeong-Seo Jeon (Director of China Economy and Finance Research Institute)| 2020.11.24

-South Korea-China Financial Cooperation in the Age of Science and Technology Innovation cf. Star market: Shanghai Stock Exchange Science and Technology Innovation Board Just eight months after President Xi...

[Global Future Dialogue ⑥] A Conversation with Professor Charles Kupchan: America’s Isolationism and the New World Order

Ji-Young Yim (SD)| 2020.11.03

The 2020 U.S. presidential election is just a few days away. The next inauguration will be held on January 20, 2021, and consequently, the new president will come up with foreign policies for the next four years after...

[Yeosijae Now] [Post-COVID-19 Panel Discussion ②] Chaotic world order and global leadership

Sul-Mi Park, Joon-Young Yoon (SD)| 2020.08.11

Analyzing the G2 Hegemonic War 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 World...

[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...

[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,...

[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,...

[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,...

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