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Brussels-Seoul Security Forum 2017 

 

- Date: May 8-9, 2017

- Venue: IES-VUB, Brussels

- Participation: Professor OHN Dae Won (Head of GRN Team/JMCE Coordinator), Professor PARK Jae Jeok, Professor Mason Richey, Professor KIM Jang Ho (Department of LD), Professor CHO Jeong Hyeon (HUFS Law School), Professor William T. Tow (Australian National University) as GRN Consortium Member.

- Host: IES-VUB, Egmont-Roayl Institute for International Relations

 

This year, BSSF is sponsored by the EU and Embassy of the Republic of Korea to EU. About 600 academics, experts and policy makers are expected to participate in the forum including high ranking officials of Council of the European Union, the European Commission, EEAS, European Court of Justice, European Parliament, along with high ranking diplomats such as the Ambassador of USA to EU, Ambassador of China to EU, and the Ambassador of Japan to EU.

 

Refer to the table below for detailed program and poster.

Brussels-Seoul Security Forum

Date: May 9, 2017

Venue: Institute for European Studies at the Free University of Brussels

Co-organizers: GRN Research Team, Graduate School of International and Area Studies (GSIAS), Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS); Institute for European Studies/Free University of Brussels (IES/VUB)

Sponsors: National Research Foundation of Korea; HUFS; IES/VUB; Embassy of the Republic of Korea to the European Union and the Kingdom of Belgium

13:00 – 13:10

OPENING REMARKs

Anthony Antoine

Executive Director, Institute for European Studies, IES

H.E. Ambassador Kim Hyoung-zhin

Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the European Union and

the Kingdom of Belgium

Daewon Ohn

Representative, GRN Research Project; Professor, Graduate

School of International and Area Studies, GSIAS at Hankuk

University of Foreign Studies, HUFS

13:10 – 14:25

IMPULSE SESSION 1: Global Geopolitical and Security Challenges: US and European Responses

Moderator: H.E. Ambassador Kim Hyoung-zhin

Impulse Presenters:

Alexander Mattelaer

Assistant Professor, IES/VUB; Director of European Affairs,

Egmont Institute

Cecilia Chung

Political Counselor, ROK Embassy

Daewon Ohn

Professor, HUFS

14:25 – 14:40

COFFEE BREAK

 

14:40 – 16:10

PANEL SESSION: US-led Minilateralism in East Asia

Moderator: Stephan Klose, PhD Researcher, IES/VUB

Presenters:

John Hemmings

Director of Asian Studies Centre, Henry Jackson Society

"The Origins of the US-Japan-Australia Trilateral: From

Dialogue to Quasi-Alliance"

Hugo Meijer

Researcher, Institut de Recherche Stratégique de l'Ecole

Militaire/European University Institute

TBA

William Tow

Professor, Australia National University: Minilateralism’s Security

Relevance in a Very Realist Asia

"Challenges and Prospects"

Tongfi Kim

Assistant Professor, Vesalius College

"Is the Purpose of Minilateralism Shifting in the Asia-Pacific:

Avoiding and Preparing Against (Partial) Abandonment"

16:10 – 16:20

COFFEE BREAK

 

16:20 – 17:40

IMPUSLE SESSION 2: Comparative Geopolitical Challenges to the US’s Transatlantic and Asian Alliances

Moderator: Thomas Renard, Senior Research Fellow, Egmont Institute

Impulse Presenters:

Jangho Kim

Assistant Professor, HUFS

Ruben Diaz-Plaja

Officer, NATO (PASP)

Mason Richey

Associate Professor, HUFS

17:40 – 17:45

CLOSING REMARKS

Prof. Christian Kaunert, Academic Director, IES/VUB

 

**Conflict of Interest Disclosure: This event is made possible in part by a generous grant from the Global Research Networks (GRN) funding initiative of the National Research Foundation of Korea**




Thank you for your kind attention.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

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