ROK-Japan-US Trilateral Young Leaders Dialogue

Click here to read the Conference Report - Issues & Insights, Vol. 15, No. 1. The Korean version is available here.

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MEETING AGENDA:


Thursday, November 13, 2014


Session 1: Challenges and Opportunities of the ROK-Japan Bilateral Relationship
Moderator: Brad GLOSSERMAN, Executive Director, Pacific Forum
ROK speaker: KIM Tae-hyo, Professor, International Politics, Sung Kyun Kwan University
Japan speaker: Kenji KANASUGI, Minister, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Japan in Seoul
US speaker: Edward K.H. DONG, Minister-Counselor, Embassy of the USA in Seoul


Session 2: Challenges and Opportunities of the ROK-Japan-US Trilateral Relationship
Moderator: Ryo HINATA-YAMAGUCHI, Visiting Professor, Pusan National University
ROK speaker: LEE Chung Min, Professor of International Relations, Yonsei University
Japan speaker: HANAZAWA Yuichiro, NHK Correspondent, Seoul (Invited)
US speaker: Kevin SHEPARD, Deputy Director, US-ROK Combined Forces Command Strategy


Session 3: The Next-Gen Way Forward – Making a difference today for tomorrow’s success
Moderator: Seukhoon Paul CHOI, Strategist, United Nations Command/ROK-US Combined Forces Command/US Forces Korea
YL Alumni ROK Speaker: Jun PYON, Adjunct Fellow, Pacific Forum
YL Alumni Japan Speaker: Ryo HINATA-YAMAGUCHI, Visiting Professor, Pusan National University
YL Alumni US Speaker: Leif-Eric EASLEY, Assistant Professor, Ewha University


Table Top Exercise Preparations
Facilitator: John K. Warden, WSD-Handa Resident Fellow, Pacific Forum





Friday, November 14, 2014:


Trilateral Table Top Exercise

Group discussion and presentations
Facilitator: John K. Warden, WSD-Handa Resident Fellow, Pacific Forum


Group discussion and presentations
Facilitator: John K. Warden, WSD-Handa Resident Fellow, Pacific Forum


Consolidation, Overview and Recommendations
Moderator: Ralph Cossa, President, Pacific Forum



SKC Chairman Choi Shin Won with Pacific Forum President Ralph Cossa