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Peace in the Korean Peninsula: Confrontation or Engagement? Reflections from the Northern Ireland Peace Process

 

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Mr. Park Hae-Yun, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Ireland

 

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Ms. Emer Deane, Political Director in the Anglo-Irish Division of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

 

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Dr. Dong-Jin Kim, Visiting Research Fellow, Irish School of Ecumenics; Prof. Kab-Woo Koo, University of North Korean Studies , Seoul; Dr. Duncan Morrow, Lecturer and Director of Community Engagment, University of Ulster

 

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Prof. Geraldine Smyth, Irish School of Ecumenics; Prof. Kab-Woo Koo, University of North Korean Studies , Seoul

 

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Prof. Gillian Wylie, Head of Irish School of Ecumenics; Prof. Paul Arthur, Retired Professor of International Affairs, University of Ulster; Dr. Seung-Yeol Lee, National Assembly Research Service, Seoul; Prof. Sung-Kyung Kim, University of North Korean Studies, Seoul;  Iain Atack, Head of Confederal School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology

 

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Prof. Paul Arthur, Retired Professor of International Affairs, University of Ulster

 

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Dr. Seung-Yeol Lee, National Assembly Research Service, Seoul

 

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Prof. Sung-Kyung Kim, University of North Korean Studies, Seoul

 

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Dr. Seung-Yeol Lee, National Assembly Research Service, Seoul; Iain Atack, Head of Confederal School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology; Prof. Sung-Kyung Kim, University of North Korean Studies, Seoul; Prof. Paul Arthur,  Retired Professor of International Affairs, University of Ulster

 

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