2018 was an historic year for the Korean Peninsula, but what lies ahead?
In 2017, North Korea seemed to be on the brink of war. Now, the threat has diminished and even promises to become an opportunity.
After a long period of hostility, the Korean Peninsula is going through a profound transition that could fundamentally change the regional geopolitical landscape and unlock the potential for economic collaboration and prosperity. The Regional Future Council on the Korean Peninsula will explore how different stakeholders can work together to build trust and solidify the ongoing peace process, facilitate the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s integration into world economy, and create strategic links among economic collaboration initiatives in the region.
Angela Kane, Senior Fellow, Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation
Moon Chung-In, Special Adviser on Unification, Diplomacy and National Security to the President, Office of the President of the Republic of Korea
· Joo-Ok Lee, Head of International Organizations and IGWELs, Joo-Ok.Lee@weforum.org