On November 23 (Mon.), 2020, the Sejong Institute held “Sejong China Security Forum 2020” on the topic of “Indo-Pacific Strategy of the New Biden Administration and the ROK-China Relations” at the Somerset Palace Seoul as a closed meeting.
In this forum, experts from both South Korea and China participated in an in-depth discussion related to major security issues, including the U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy of the Biden Administration, QUAD and North Korean nuclear weapon. Panelists evaluated the current address of the Korean Peninsula and the future of the China-U.S. relations, analyzed challenges to the ROK-China relations such as Indo-Pacific Strategy and QUAD, and suggested measures of security cooperation on common problems. The forum consisted of two sessions and details are as below.
▣ Topic: Indo-Pacific Strategy of the New Biden Administration and the ROK-China Relations
- Session 1: The New Biden Administration and Possibility of Changes in the U.S.-China Relations
- Session 2: Indo-Pacific Strategy(QUAD) and Challenges to the ROK-China Relations
PAIK Haksoon (President, the Sejong Institute)
LEE Hye Jung (Professor, Chung-Ang Univ.)
LEE Soo-hyung (Director, INSS)
HA Do-Hyung (President, Graduate School of National Security, KNDU)
KIM Hyun-Wook (Director of Dept. of American Studies, KNDA)
LEE Dongmin (Professor, Dankook Univ.)
CHUNG Jae-hung (Research Fellow, the Sejong Institute)
HAN Xiandong (韓獻棟) (Sejong-KT&G Chian Fellow, the Sejong Institute)
BI Yingda (畢潁達) (Vice President, School of Northeast Asian Studies of Shandong Univ.)
WANG Yisheng (王宜勝) (Embassy of the PRC, Seoul)
LIU Zhao (劉昭) (Embassy of the PRC, Seoul)