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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

September 2020
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Speeches

“Excluding North Korea, Northeast Asia is faced with two levels of threat. One is the failure of Japan and South Korea to forge a substantive defense agreement despite both being formal US allies, and this leads into the second threat in that the absence of such a security mechanism makes it easier for China to exploit America’s allies and pitch a narrative about its global expansion in terms of it being America against China.”

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“I must emphasize, at this critical time in this region, it is imperative not to hamper the trilateral security cooperation, not only for the stability and peace of the Korean peninsula but also for the security of Japan.”

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“…there is a growing need for security cooperation between Korea, Japan and the U.S. in the future. North Korea’s surging nuclear missile capability poses a common threat to Korea and Japan, and this threat is bound to heighten barring any solutions to North Korea’s nuclear issue.”

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"A unified Korea with rich mineral resources, manpower, capital and technology will undoubtedly make a new Korea a strong power."

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“I am very sure that this International Leadership Conference will provide a golden opportunity as an international group of leaders from various sectors to contribute to peace and security in Northeast Asia and to open a pathway to the peaceful reunification of the Korean Peninsula.”

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“Interdependence, mutual prosperity, and cooperation are the basis for the ideal of peace and security in Northeast Asia. Let’s open the door. Everybody is our friend.”

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“Freedom of religion or belief is an essential human right and an expression of the deepest personal freedom—freedom of conscience. It is a litmus test for all human rights.”

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“For all to live together peacefully, we do not need to agree on everything. But to live peacefully together, it is necessary to identify some common ground.”

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“The presence of multiple religions in a country appears to have a pacifying effect if they are free of restrictions. There are many other ways in which religions can facilitate greater peace: through the common benefits of group membership or the power of interfaith dialogue for conflict resolution.”

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“The presence of multiple religions in a country appears to have a pacifying effect if they are free of restrictions. There are many other ways in which religions can facilitate greater peace: through the common benefits of group membership or the power of interfaith dialogue for conflict resolution.”

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“Intercultural dialogue is both the standard and the instrument to sustain peace for the benefit of more inclusive and equitable development.”

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“We learned so much about each other, and we all have to tell young people what we learned.”

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