A wide range of challenges stand in the way of building a stable and relatively peaceful global order for the 21st Century. Recent events related to the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan underscore this fact.
Of critical importance to the geopolitical dynamics of our time is the ongoing crisis on the Korean Peninsula, which impacts East Asia and the rest of the world. While efforts toward peace have prevented another war in Northeast Asia, the potential for conflict still remains and would involve the U.S., China, Russia, and Japan. It is time for a new strategy to move toward reconciliation and cooperation on the Korean Peninsula.
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The theme of the Think Tank 2022 Rally of Hope is “Steps Toward Peace in Asia: Focus on Reconciliation and Cooperation on the Korean Peninsula.” Although the Armistice Agreement brought an end to the hostilities, the Korean Peninsula continues to be a “storm center” for peace and security in the region. World leaders will speak about the risks and opportunities of resolving issues on the Korean Peninsula and steps toward peace in Asia.
Source: businesswire.com, accessed 10 September 2021.