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Lakhvinder Singh

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Growing Institutionalization of India-Korea Ties

Monday, September 17th, 2012

Indian-Korean diplomatic relations have come a long way since they were first set up around 50 years ago. After more than 2000 years of religious and cultural ties, both countries decided to set up diplomatic liaison offices in each other’s capitals in 1962. During the full tide of cold war rivalry, the two nations found themselves in opposing campuses.

jae kyu park

Peace Building on the Korean Peninsula: A Bigger Role for India?

Monday, August 13th, 2012

Dr. Jae Kyu Park is President of Kyungnam University, former Minister of Unification, and former Chairman of the National Security Council (NSC) of the Republic of Korea. He currently serves as a presidential advisor on Korean unification affairs and as a member of the Presidential Committee on Social Cohesion. He played an instrumental role as the architect of the historic first-ever inter-Korean summit of June 2000.


A Korean in Riyadh

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

Mr. Kang Gye-doo, President and CEO of Daedeok Innopolis—Korea’s foremost research cluster—visited Saudi Arabia to discuss closer collaboration between Korea and Saudi Arabia. Kang took advantage of this visit to deliver an inspiring keynote address at the first annual “International Conference on Entrepreneurship” (25-26 October, 2009) held in Riyahd. Kang stressed the importance of institutional innovation, something that he is famous for. He shared his experiences in the internationalization of Daedeok Innopolis over the last year, stressing the importance of entrepreneurs and the universal validity of the Korean developmental model.


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