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[October 6th] KISEAS Monthly Seminar

The Institute of Southeast Studies of KASEAS will be hosting its monthly seminar on Friday, October 6, 2023, at 4:00 PM in Trinity Hall at Busan Foreign Studies University. This event will be available both in person and virtually. In this seminar, Professor Jeong Ho-jae, a researcher at the ASEAN Center at Korea University, will provide insights into the development and current challenges of Myanmar's centrism. Additionally, Professor Kim Ae-jin from Dongseo University's College of Arts and Sciences will discuss Korea's role and direction in offering Official Development Assistance (ODA) amid the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Myanmar. The session will be moderated by Professor Cho Heung-guk, an Honorary Professor at Busan National University's Graduate School of International Studies. More details can be found on the poster below.

As the seminar will take place both in-person and virtually, we warmly welcome your active interest and participation. Please feel free to join and take part in open discussions, contributing to a space that encourages meaningful exchanges. We particularly encourage members in the Busan and nearby areas to attend the in-person session at Busan Foreign Studies University.

Korean Southeast Asian Society Monthly Seminar Date: Friday, October 6, 2023, at 4:00 PM Venue: Busan Foreign Studies University, Trinity Hall D403

Zoom Meeting ID: 528 954 2324 (Password: 1)

Moderator: Cho Heung-guk (Busan National University Graduate School of International Studies, Honorary Professor)

Presentation #1: Jeong Ho-jae (Korea University ASEAN Center), Exploring the Potential of Myanmar's Middle Power and Neutralism (Discussion: Moon Ki-hong, Pukyong National University Department of International and Area Studies)

Presentation #2: Kim Ae-jin (Dongseo University College of Arts and Sciences), Examining Korea's Role in Myanmar's Humanitarian Crisis: Emphasizing Changes in Official Development Assistance (ODA) (Discussion: Kim Hee-suk, Chonbuk National University Southeast Asia Research Institute)


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