Challenges for Korean Unification Planning

  • Justice, Markets, Health, Refugees, and Civil-Military Transitions
    Challenges for Korean Unification Planning
    Dec 21, 2011

    This conference report chronicles the progress of the CSIS–University of Southern California joint project on Korean unification. Now in its second year, the project’s primary purpose is to frame a discussion on the long-term tasks involved in the eventual unification of the Korean Peninsula. The project does this by pairing Korea scholars with various functional experts in areas such as justice, markets, health, refugees, and civil-military transitions to promote innovative thinking on a range of topics related to unification. This report outlines the basic concept of the project and highlights the topics of discussion and important conclusions reached at the summation of the second conference (August 5–6, 2011), and provides background information on the first year's conference in 2010.

    Publisher CSIS
    ISBN 978-0-89206-692-6 (pb)

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