The 6th Jeju Forum evaluated the challenges and opportunities the rise of China and the reunification of the Korean peninsula will offer. The Forum also took note of the great potential of new growth on the basis of the Asian entrepreneurship. With this background, various programs on Korea-China economic cooperation are prepared. The contents of new standard and its perspectives were reviewed. New growth potential, creative industry, new leadership, the future of education and the role of women were also addressed. Peace and common prosperity on the Korean peninsula and East Asia through the promotion of mutual understanding was discussed. The cultural exchanges and fusion in East Asia was reviewed and we evaluated how it is promoting the sense of community among the Asian peoples. Various issues of peace in East Asia such as the resolution of the North Korean nuclear problem, historical reconciliation and maritime security are among the topics. The recent natural disaster of Japan was reviewed and among the related topics are how to deal with the climate change and natural disasters.

Host: Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, International Peace Foundation, East Asia Foundation, JoongAng Ilbo 
Organizer: Jeju Peace Institute 
15:30 ~ 16:40
[2-A] Great Tumen Initiative and Peace in East Asia
두만강 개발계획과 동아시아 평화
Crystal Hall A
LEE, Su-Hoon (Director, Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University)

GONG, Keyu (Deputy Director, Center for Asia-Pacific Studies & Center for World and Shanghai Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies)
James MEERNIK (Dean, Toulouse Graduate School, University of North Texas)
ZHU, Shu (Officer in Charge, Tumen Secretariat UNDP)
TAGA, Hidetoshi (Dean, School of Social Sciences, Waseda University)
HONG, Myeon-ki (Research Fellow, Northeast Asian History Foundation)

이수훈(경남대학교 극동문제연구소 교수/전 동북아시대위원회위원장)

공계유(상하이 국제학연구소 부소장)
제임스 미으닉(노스텍사스대학 툴루즈대학원 원장)
주수(두만강개발사무국 담당관)
타가 히데요시(와세다대학교 사회과학대학원 원장)
홍면기(동북아역사재단 연구위원

Despite coordinated efforts for the last two decades, the Great Tumen Initiative (GTI) has been criticized for its lackluster achievements. Facing this type of criticism, GTI has attracted new attention because of the dynamic transitions in East Asia such as the rise of China, expectations for regime change in North Korea, the possibility of
multilateral cooperation in East Asia, and peaceful alternatives for East Asian issues. This session invites specialists from relevant parties, GTI delegates, and specialists from the United States and Japan to evaluate the achievement of the GTI and to discuss the future strategy for multilateral cooperation.
- International cooperation for GTI.
- Cooperation among Korea-China-Japan-Russia for the regional
development in East Asia.
- Development strategy for the backward boarder areas in China and
- GTI and North Korea’s Reform and Liberalization

동아시아 다자협력의 새로운 시도로 평가받는 두만강 개발계획은 지난 20년간의 노력에도 불구하고 성과가 미흡하다는 비판을 받아왔습니다. 이러한 이견에도 불구하고 최근 중국의 부상, 북한체제의 변화가능성, 동아시아 다자협력에 대한 기대, 동아시아 문제에 대한 평화적 대안의 모색이라는 국제환경의 변화 속에 두만강개발계획 (GTI: Great Tumen Initiative)는 주변국으로부터 새로운 주목을 받고 있습니다. 동아시아의 다자협력의 시도라는 점에서 당사국과 GTI 담당자 그리고 미국과 일본의 전문가들이 모여서 두만강을 중심으로 한 다자협력을 위한 당사국의 노력에 대한 평가와 함께 향후 발전방안에 대해서 논의 하고자 합니다.
- 두만강 개발을 위한 국제협력
- 동북아 지역 발전을 위한 한ㆍ중ㆍ일ㆍ러의 협력
- 중국, 러시아 등의 변방 낙후지역 개발
- 북한의 개혁ㆍ개방과 연계