Trains, Treaties and Courts: The Role of International Law in the Unification of the Koreas

Trains, Treaties and Courts: The Role of International Law in the Unification of the Koreas

Thursday, 7 March 2019 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm
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Venue: 
Nissan Theatre, St Antony's College

2.00 p.m., Opening address by Dr Young-Chan Choi (Associate member, Oriental Institute) 

2.10 p.m.,  View from Pyongyang 
​HE Alastair Morgan (British Ambassador to Pyongyang, DPPK, 2015-2019)  

2.30 p.m., View from Seoul 
HE Charles Hay (British Ambassador to Seoul, ROK, 2015-2018)

2.50 p.m., State Re-unification in Comparative Perspective
​Professor Richard Caplan (Oxford University)

3.05 p.m., ICC and Transnational Justice
​Professor Miles Jackson (Oxford University) 

3.20 p.m., Peace on the Korean Peninsula: An International Legal Perspective 
​Professor Lee Keun-Gwan (Professor of Law, Seoul National University) 

3.35 p.m., Coffee Break

3.50 p.m., Roundtable discussion 
​Moderator: Sir Tim Hitchens (British Ambassador to Tokyo, Japan, 2012-2017)  
 

Open to All - Free to attend 

DPIR Centre of International Studies 
St Antony's College