Through forums, conferences, and working committees, the One Korea Global Campaign has fostered ongoing research, dialogue, policy recommendations, and projects based on a comprehensive approach to Korean reunification. The ongoing dialogue has engaged a broad base of international experts, policymakers, and civil society leaders.
Research & Papers
Below are papers and presentations, representing the body of research collected during conferences and forums.
Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and Establishing a Northeast Asian Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone
International Policy Forum Proposes New Approaches to Northeast Asia Denuclearization and Economic Development as Key Steps Toward a Free and Unified Korea
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is one of the world’s preeminent international policy institutions focused on defense and security, regional study, and transnational challenges ranging from energy and trade to global development and economic integration. For the past six years consecutively, CSIS has been named the world’s number one think tank for international security by the University of Pennsylvania’s “Go To Think Tank Index.” The CSIS Chair partners with a number of groups to organize international conferences and forums to bring greater transparency and understanding to issues associated with planning for the unification of the Korean peninsula.
The Heritage Foundation is a leading American research institute based in Washington, D.C. The foundation took a leading advisory role during the presidency of Ronald Reagan, whose policies were taken from Heritage’s policy study Mandate for Leadership. Heritage has since continued to have a significant influence in U.S. public policy, and is considered to be one of the most influential conservative research organizations in the United States.
The Global Peace Foundation (GPF) is an international nonprofit organization with a stated mission to promote “an innovative, values-based approach to peacebuilding, guided by the vision of One Family under God.” GPF partners with government ministries, community and faith-based organizations, and United Nations offices to develop and execute programs.
The Ministry of Unification is an executive department of the South Korean government aimed at promoting Korean reunification. It was first established in 1969 as the National Unification Board, under the rule of Park Chung-hee. It gained its current status in 1998 and has played a major role in promoting inter-Korean dialogues, and exchanges and cooperation.