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“PROSPECTS FOR KOREA-INDIA COOPERATION IN A RADICALLY CHANGED GEOPOLITICAL ENVIRONMENT” July 9 seminar
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“PROSPECTS FOR KOREA-INDIA COOPERATION IN A RADICALLY CHANGED GEOPOLITICAL ENVIRONMENT” July 9 seminar

“PROSPECTS FOR KOREA-INDIA COOPERATION IN A RADICALLY CHANGED GEOPOLITICAL ENVIRONMENT” July 9 seminar

Seminar

“Prospects for Korea-India Cooperation in a Radically Changed Geopolitical Environment”

On the Occasion of President Moon Jae in’s visit to India

July 9, 2018

1-3 PM

CCEI=Seoul Center for Creative Economy & Innovation

(First floor of KT Building between US Embassy and Kyobo Building)

Gwuanghwamun

Organized by The Asia Institute

Supported by Korea- India Culture & Economic Council

Introductory Remarks:

Lakhvinder Singh Director of Korea Peace Movement and Senior Advisor of the Asia Institute

Moderator and Discussant:

Emanuel Pastreich, President of the Asia Institute and director of the Earth Management Institute

President Moon is visiting India after a recent tour of Russia in an effort to restart momentum in the bilateral relationship between the Korea and India. But this time the entire geopolitical situation is entirely different than it was when the previous two administrations engaged India about trade and investment. Now trade itself has become a contested topic and the entire order of East Asia has been remade by the rapidly shifting relations between China, the United States, Russia, Japan and even the once-stable European Union. What are we do make of the potential for President Moon’s meeting with President Modi and what can we do to move cooperation in a positive direction?