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한반도미래포럼

 

 

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t1.png he Republic of Korea and Asia, as a whole, face new challenges and opportunities in the wake of recent shifts that are redefining the geostrategic terrain of northeast Asia, changes in diplomatic relations among neighboring countries, and disturbing trends in North Korea’s internal power structure.

 

The Korean government is fundamentally responsible for planning and directing the future of the Korean peninsula and the prosperity of its people. However, government resources alone are limited in preparing the wide range of necessary unification policies—policies that will have lasting implications for the history of the Korean people. The Korean Peninsula Future Forum brings together experts with a breadth of experience, as well as informed opinions, discerning acumen and passion in the fields of diplomacy, security and unification, to develop consensus, as well as encourage discussion, on relevant issues, in the hopes of contributing to the government’s policy-making process.

 

Founded in May 2013, the KPFF analyzes recent trends in North Korea and northeast Asia, at large, and how such developments will affect the future of the Korean peninsula, with the goal of outlining strategies for a unified Korea. Though the organization is officially registered with the Foreign Ministry of the Republic of Korea, it does not receive any backing, financial or otherwise, from the government of the ROK.

 

Our activities include research on how best to encourage positive changes in North Korea while maintaining peace and stability on the Korean peninsula and; development of a step-by-step blueprint that outlines internal measures to be taken, in the event of instability in North Korea, by the government of the Republic of Korea, as well as foreign policy strategies to build support from and cooperation with neighboring countries and the international community.

 

The KPFF will strive to provide a new roadmap for the Korean peninsula’s future, preparing for the day when we take our first steps as a unified Korean.

 

Thank you for your continued support and encouragement.

 

 

CHUN Yungwoo

Chairman and Founder

The Korean Peninsula Future Forum