Dynamic Change in Northeast Asia’s Security Landscape

(L. to R.) Professor Ian O’Connor, Vice Chancellor and President, Griffith University, Professor Chun-in Moon, Yonsei University and Professor Andrew O’Neil, Griffith Asia Institute.
(L. to R.) Professor Ian O’Connor, Vice Chancellor and President, Griffith University, Professor Chung-in Moon, Yonsei University and Professor Andrew O’Neil, Griffith Asia Institute.

The inaugural Asian Century Futures Initiative: Australia-Korea Dialogue was held on the 6 December 2013 at Nathan campus.
A joint initiative of the Griffith Asia Institute and the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Yonsei University the workshop explored Australian and Korea perspectives on the change underway in the Asia-Pacific, the key policy challenges confronting Seoul and Canberra, and the future prospects for security and stability on the Korean peninsula.
Following the workshop was the inaugural Asian Century Futures Initiative: Australia-Korea lecture which was presented by Professor Chung-in Moon, Professor of Political Science at Yonsei University and former South Korean Ambassador for International Security Affairs.  You can listen to Professor Moon’s lecture here.

 

Dr Christian Wirth, Griffith Asia Institute (GAI), Professor Jong-yun Bae, Yonsei University, Professor Hee-jin Lee, Yonsei, Professor Ki-jung Kim, Yonsei University, Professor Andrew O’Neil, GAI, Professor Chung-in Moon, Yonsei University, Dr Tong-fi Kim, GAI and Professor Jong-kun Choi, Yonsei University
Dr Christian Wirth, Griffith Asia Institute (GAI), Professor Jong-yun Bae, Yonsei University, Professor Hee-jin Lee, Yonsei, Professor Ki-jung Kim, Yonsei University, Professor Andrew O’Neil, GAI, Professor Chung-in Moon, Yonsei University, Dr Tong-fi Kim, GAI and Professor Jong-kun Choi, Yonsei University