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Seminar & Forum TCS Attends 11th International Symposium on Northeast Asia Cooperation 2020.12.17
On December 17, 2020, the 11th International Symposium on Northeast Asia Cooperation was held online. Co-organized by the Centre for Contemporary Korean Studies at Keio University of Japan, the Centre for Chinese Studies at Dongseo University of the ROK, and the Institute of International Relations at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences of China, along with the TCS and the Korea Foundation, the symposium gathered together 21 scholars and international relations experts from the three countries. TCS Secretary-General MICHIGAMI Hisashi was invited to give congratulatory remarks and a presentation in the symposium. 

Speaking highly of the timeliness of the symposium, as well as its significance under the current situation, SG MICHIGAMI gave a presentation on recent TCS activities with a focus on how the TCS strived to sustain trilateral cooperation amidst the pandemic. His presentation was met with enthusiastic support and interest, where scholars attested to the significance and necessity of the TCS in Northeast Asia. SG MICHIGAMI expressed gratitude for their positive recognition of the TCS’ work and reaffirmed the secretariat’s commitment to continue to play its role of a bridge between academia and the governments of the three countries. 

The symposium was conducted in three sessions, exploring the themes of America’s East Asia policy under a new administration, the Korean peace process, and China- Japan-Korea cooperation and Northeast Asian regional order, respectively. 

▲TCS Secretary-General MICHIGAMI Hisashi delivering congratulatory remarks 

▲11th International Symposium on Northeast Asia Cooperation in process 

▲11th International Symposium on Northeast Asia Cooperation in process