Due to unforeseen circumstances, our 14 January presentation, "Crossing Lines: Recent Developments in the Korean Peninsula," has been cancelled.
What has led to recent peace overtures in the Korean Peninsula and where could this lead? This presentation will look at both domestic and international factors related to the different powers involved in the Korean peninsula to help better explain why there have been new footsteps towards resolving tensions on the peninsula. It will also assess the opportunities and obstacles to a new peace regime in Korea and its implications for the wider Asia-Pacific region.
This event is made possible by The Thunder Bay Branch of the Canadian International Council, Lakehead University’s Department of History, and Lakehead International.
It is free and open to the public! Everyone is welcome!
Thunder Bay - ATAC 5036
Orillia - OA 3041
About the presenter: Carl Young is an associate professor in the History department at Western University in London, Ontario. He teaches courses on Korean and Japanese history as well as on international relations in the Asia-Pacific. His research focusses on the interplay of nationalism, imperialism, and religious social movements in Korea, as well as Korea’s place in the wider Asia-Pacific international system.