"Fourth Wave" in North and South Korea Relations: The U.S. Role toward a New Vision for Peace in Northeast Asia
By Dong-Young Chung, Former Minister of Unification of South Korea, 2007 Democratic Presidential Candidate of South Korea/Korea Colloquium Series
Tuesday, December 02, 2008
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Faculty Center, UCLA
The urgent task in Northeast Asia is to overcome on-going Cold War tensions and to work toward reunification of the divided Koreas. The new U.S. administration will play a decisive role in bringing about denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and to usher in a new "Fourth Wave" of cooperation in the region. The "Fourth Wave" in Korea signifies a transformation of the current state of opposition between the North and the South toward a new era of peace for the region and for U.S.—Northeast Asia relations.
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