This year, the Jeju Forum hosted 3,672 participants from 49 countries, the largest number in the forums history, signaling its growing importance as an international forum that deals comprehensively with a variety of topics. With one voice, Asian political leaders and erudite scholars from around the world expressed their yearning for peace on the Korean Peninsula, and delivered the East Asian communitys shared vision of a peaceful, constructive resolution to historical and territorial disputes in Asia, founded on mutual understanding.  Seeking global cooperation that befits this anticipated paradigm shift, a broad range of topics was considered, including the economy, culture, women, energy, and climate change. As a result of these discussions, new measures were devised to respond effectively to various crises and changes.Based on the fruits of this years discussions.

Host: Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, International Peace Foundation, East Asia Foundation, JoongAng Ilbo 
Organizer: Jeju Peace Institute

17:20 ~ 18:40
[2-A] Making Ideas Work: Challenges and Opportunities for Think Tanks in Asia
새로운 아이디어를 찾아서: 아시아 싱크탱크의 과제와 발전방안
Room A
Moderator: LEE, Chung Hee (Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Study)

Presenter: YI, Seong-Woo (Researcher, Jeju Peace Institute)

KANG, Kyung-Tae (Professor, Silla University)
Kawaguchi , Shuji (Researcher, Mitsubishi Research Institute)
WANG, Yao (General Director, Boao Forum)
Michael YEOH (Manager, Asia Strategy & Leadership Research Center)

Rapporteur: PARK, Sang-Hyun (Associate Research Fellow, Korea Institute for Defense Analyses)

사회: 이정희 (한국외국어대학교 교수)

발표: 이성우 (제주평화연구원 연구위원)

강경태 (신라대학교 교수)
가와구치 슈지 (미츠비시 연구원)
야오왕 (보아오포럼 총감독)
마이클 여 (아시아전략리더십 연구소 소장)

라포터: 박상현 (한국국방연구원 선임연구원)

The Think Tanks and Civil Society Program (TTCSP) at the University of Pennsylvania announced 2 Japanese institutions and 3 Chinese institutions included in the world’s 50 best think tanks list, while none from Korean are listed. This provides an opportunity to strengthen the competitiveness of Korean think tanks. Specialists in Korean academia point out major factors for think tank capability: autonomy from big businesses and government, financial independence, consistent research topics and direction, and voluntary participation of civil society. This session will be an open space to discussion the mission and challenges of Korean think tanks on international affairs.

미국 펜실베니아 대학의 싱크탱크와 시민사회 프로그램(TTCSP)이 발표한 세계 싱크탱크 평가에 따르면 50위권 안에 일본은 2개 중국은 3개의 기관이 포함된 반면 한국은 하나도 포함되지 못하고 있습니다. 이번 발표는 한국의 학계가 싱크탱크의 경쟁력 제고를 논의하는 계기가 되었습니다. 한국의 전문가들은 싱크탱크의 경쟁력에 대한 다양한 분석을 제기하고 있습니다. 즉, 재벌로부터 독립성과 자율성을 확보하는가 여부, 재정적 독립, 일관된 연구목적과 방향설정, 시민사회의 자발성과 국가의 대규모 자원 투입 등입니다. 한국 싱크탱크의 역량 강화를 위한 과제와 발전방안을 논의하는 장을 가지고자 합니다.