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Japan, Korea and China : Emerging Security Architecture in East Asia
30 September 2013

IPCS in collaboration with Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi held a discussion on Japan, Korea and China. The discussion was divided in two sessions Japan and Korea respectively.

 
Session I
Chair

Dr Josuke Ikeda (Assistant Professor, Jindal School of International Affairs, O.P. JGU)

Prerna Gandhi (M. Phil, DEAS, DU)

“Changing ‘Security Identity’ of Japan post World War II to Shinzo Abe”

Pramod Kumar Sur (M. Phil, DEAS, DU)

“Tokyo 2020: The Impact of Fukushima Crisis on Japan”

Discussant

Mr. G.Balatchandirane (Associate Professor, DEAS, DU)

Discussion

Session II

Chair

Prof. Madhu Bhalla (Professor, DEAS, DU)

John Jojin (Visiting Research Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies)

“Obscurity to Global leadership: South Korea’s Emerging Role in International Affairs”

Angana Guha Roy (PhD, DEAS, DU)

“South Korea's New Asia Policy: Paradigm Shifted or Expanded?”

Discussant

Dr. Sandip Mishra (Assistant Professor, DEAS, DU)

Discussion

 
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