Joint Research Project II (2010-2011) for the Korean Studies in the Americas
This project brought together ten scholars from different countries, such as Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Korea, and the U.S. to discuss the possibility of regional integration in East Asia with a focus on Korea's role and position in this process. The first year of this project, 2009-10, was devoted to research and writing first drafts. During the second year, 2010-11, a conference was held to discuss research findings.
|9:30-10:30||East Asian Economic Integration Process and Its Trade Implications for Mexico
|10:30-11:30||South Korean Foreign and Security Policies: Some Implications for East Asia Integration and for Latin America
|1:00-2:00||Tok Do/Takeshima in Context: Historical Legacy, Bilateral Issues, and Regional Territorial Dispute
|2:00-3:00||Globalization of the National and the Nationalization of the Global: How the Korean Wave Connects Korea and East Asia
|3:30-4:30||Regional Integration in East Asia Revisited: New Challenges for the XXI
|4:30-5:00||Final Discussion & Closing|
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