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- Day 1: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Day 1: Monday, June 24, 2013
Time Panel Title Panelist Affiliation
08:00-09:30 Registration

Opening
Ceremony

Regency Room

09:30-10:10

Welcoming Remarks Hahm Chaibong The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
Opening Remarks Chung Mong Joon The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
Keynote Address Stephen Krasner Stanford University
10:10-10:15 Break
Plenary
Session I

10:15-11:30

New World Disorder

Regency Room
(English/Korean)

Hahm Chaibong The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
Jia Qingguo Peking University
Douglas Paal Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
James Steinberg Syracuse University
Tanaka Akihiko Japan International Cooperation Agency
11:30-12:30 Lunch

Session 1

12:30-13:45

US Pivot to Asia

Regency Room
(English/Korean)

Christopher Nelson Samuels International Associates, Inc
Kurt Campbell The Asia Group
Chung Jae Ho Seoul National University
James M. Lindsay Council on Foreign Relations
Walter Lohman Heritage Foundation
Shen Dingli Fudan University

The Impact of Crisis on Asian Capitalism

Grand Ballroom
(English)

Joseph Sternberg The Wall Street Journal Asia
Mo Jongryn The Asan Institute for Policy Studies; Yonsei University
Jennifer Oh Ewha Womans University
Natalia Soebagjo University of Indonesia
Yang Xuedong China Center for Comparative Economics and Politics

East Asian Economic Regionalism

Grand Ballroom
(English)

Lee Chang Jae Korea Institute for International Economic Policy
Ahn Dukgeun Seoul National University
Nakajima Tomoyoshi Economic Research Institute for Northeast Asia
Gilbert Rozman Princeton University
Zhao Quansheng American University
13:45-14:00 Break

Session 2

14:00-15:15

Cyber Security

Regency Room
(English/Korean)

Eneken Tikk-Ringas IISS-Middle East
Richard Falkenrath Council on Foreign Relations
Neil Robinson RAND Europe
James Steinberg Syracuse University

Nuclear Northeast Asia


Grand Ballroom
(English)

Toby Dalton Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Jun Bong-Geun Korea National Diplomatic Academy
Bruce Klingner Heritage Foundation
Richard Weitz Hudson Institute

Human Security in North Korea

Grand Ballroom
(English)

Barbara Demick The Los Angeles Times
Baek Buhm-suk The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
Raelyn Campbell Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Abraham Kim Korea Economic Institute
Greg Scarlatoiu U.S. Committee for Human Rights in North Korea
15:15-15:30 Break

Session 3

15:30-16:45

Challenges for the ROK-US Alliance

Regency Room
(English/Korean)

Scott Snyder Council on Foreign Relations
Doug Bandow Cato Institute
Victor Cha Center for Strategic and International Studies
Kim Tae-hyo Sungkyunkwan University
Shen Dingli Fudan University

Security Crisis and Trade Disputes

Grand Ballroom
(English)

John Swenson-Wright University of Cambridge
Kent Calder The Johns Hopkins University
T.J. Pempel University of California, Berkeley
Soeya Yoshihide Keio University
Igor Tomberg Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences

Syria and the International Community

Grand Ballroom
(English)

Jang Ji-Hyang The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
Khalid Abdulla Al Bu-Ainnain Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis
Kayhan Barzegar Institute for Middle East Strategic Studies, Tehran
John Calabrese Middle East Institute
Sinan 횥lgen Centre for Economics and Foreign Policy Studies, Istanbul

Plenary
Session II

17:00-18:15

Evolving New World Order in East Asia

Regency Room
(English/Korean)

Philip Stephens The Financial Times
Choi Kang Korea National Diplomatic Academy
Edwin J. Feulner The Heritage Foundation
Pan Zhenqiang China Reform Forum
Evans Revere Brookings Institution
Michael Schiffer U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
18:15-19:00 Reception
19:00-21:00

Gala Dinner (Grand Hyatt Ballroom II, Grand Hyatt Seoul Hotel*)
Dinner Speech by James Steinberg, Syracuse University
Toast by Ed Feulner, The Heritage Foundation

- Day 2: Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Day 2: Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Time Panel Title Panelist Affiliation
08:00-09:00 Registration

Session 4

09:00-10:15

Confronting History in East Asia

Regency Room
(English/Korean)

Christopher Nelson Samuels International Associates, Inc.
Bong Youngshik The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
Mark Manyin Congressional Research Service
Pan Zhenqiang China Reform Forum
Tatsumi Yuki Stimson Center

Stability and Change in Post-Crisis Party Systems

Grand Ballroom
(English)

David Brady Hoover Institution
Christophe Crombez Stanford University
Hahrie Han Wellesley College
Kim Jiyoon The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
Kohno Masaru Waseda University

How is the G-20 혻혻Dealing with Disorder?

Grand Ballroom
(English)

David Shorr The Stanley Foundation
Ahn Ho-Young Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea
Thomas Wright The Brookings Institution
Zhu Liqun China Foreign Affairs University
10:15-10:30 Break

Plenary
Session III

10:30-11:45

Crisis and Reform of Global Capitalism

Regency Room
(English/Korean)

Philip Stephens The Financial Times
Bark Taeho Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea
Kwon Goohoon Goldman Sachs (Asia) L.L.C.
Guy Sorman The Manhattan Institute
Yang Baoyun Peking University
11:45-14:00 Networking Luncheon

Session 5

14:00-15:15

Sources of Instability in East Asia

Regency Room
(English/Korean)

Anthony Nelson US-ASEAN Business Council
Hong Kyudok Sookmyung Women’s University
Huang Kwei-Bo National Chengchi University
Ren Xiao Fudan University
Yamaguchi Noboru The National Defense Academy of Japan

Maritime Security

Grand Ballroom
(English)

 

Shin Chang-Hoon The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
Kotani Tetsuo The Japan Institute of International Affairs
Alan Romberg Stimson Center
Su Hao China Foreign Affairs University
Tran Truong Thuy Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam

China and ASEAN

Grand Ballroom뀬
(English)

 

A. Greer Meisels The Wilson Center
Satu Limaye East-West Center in Washington
Liu Lin Academy of Military Science
Francesco Mancini International Peace Institute
Nguyen Hung Son Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam
15:15-15:30 Break

Session 6

15:30-16:45

Refugees and Neighbors

Regency Room
(English/Korean)

Lucy Williamson BBC
Bruce Bennett RAND Corporation
Cheng Xiaohe Renmin University
Nicholas Eberstadt American Enterprise Institute
Miyake Kuni The Canon Institute for Global Studies
Shin Beomchul Korea Institute for Defense Analyses

Democracies in Southeast Asia

Grand Ballroom
(English)

David Chance Thomson Reuters
Lee Jaehyon The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
Satu Limaye East-West Center in Washington
Toh Kin Woon Penang Institute
Christopher Walker National Endowment for Democracy

The Post-Arab Spring Leadership Deficit

Grand Ballroom
(English)

Han Intaek Jeju Peace Institute
Christian Berger European External Action Service
Mohammad Elhalawani Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Republic of Korea
Ellen Laipson Stimson Center
16:45-17:00 Break

Plenary Session IV



17:00-18:15

Democracy and Economic Crisis

Regency Room
(English/Korean)

Simon Long The Economist
Morris Fiorina Stanford University
Carl Gershman National Endowment for Democracy
Yukon Huang Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Charles Kupchan Georgetown University
Lee Keun Seoul National University
18:15-18:30 Closing Remarks
18:30-20:30 Closing Dinner Reception (Grand Ballroom II, Grand Hyatt Seoul Hotel)
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