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  • Jim BOLGER
    Former Prime Minister of New Zealand
    짐 볼저 전 뉴질랜드 총리
    Keynote during the Opening Ceremony 2016
    (제11회 포럼 기조연설 中)
    In the language of New Zealand’s indigenous people: He aha te mea nui o te ao, He tangata he tangata he tangata. “What is the most important thing in the world? It is the people, it is the people, it is the people.”I have started with that proverb of New Zealand’s indigenous Maori people to give focus to our discussions and remind us that we are...
  • GOH Chok Tong
    Former Prime Minister of Singapore
    고촉통 전 싱가포르 총리
    Keynote during the Opening Ceremony 2016
    (제11회 포럼 기조연설 中)
    We are well into the second decade of the “Pacific Century.” The Asia Pacific region now contributes 40 percent of global output and two-thirds of its growth. If Asian economies can maintain their growth momentum and adapt to the shifting global economic and technological advances, Asia would account for half of global GDP output by 2050, similar..
  • Enrico LETTA
    Former Prime Minister of Italy
    엔리코 레타 전 이탈리아 총리
    Keynote during the Opening Ceremony 2016
    (제11회 포럼 기조연설 中)
    Alongside my personal sense of privilege, I have the honour of being permitted to bring to your attention my point of view as an Italian and a European. That is to say the point of view of one who has lived and experienced the growth of the European Union and its process of integration; a process which has guaranteed to that area of the
    world...
  • Yasuo FUKUDA
    Former Prime Minister of Japan
    후쿠다 야스오 전 일본 총리
    Keynote during the Opening Ceremony 2015
    (제10회 포럼 기조연설中)
    I would like to start by emphasizing that our 21st century world is characterized by a globalization process that is driven by the evolution of information technology and is intensifying over time. Among many other things, this process has rapidly expedited the flow of information, material goods, human travel and relationships?bringing everything.
  • John HOWARD
    Former Prime Minister of Australia
    존 하워드 전 호주 총리
    Keynote during the Opening Ceremony 2015
    (제10회 포럼 기조연설中)
    When I listened this morning to former Chancellor of Germany Gerhard Schr?der speak of the reunification of his country in the wake of the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the fall of the Soviet Communism in the late 1980’s and the early 1990’s, I was reminded the two great transforming political events that have affected the geopolitics of the...
  • Joe CLARK
    Former Prime Minister of Canada
    조 클라크 전 캐나다 총리
    Keynote during the Opening Ceremony 2015
    (제10회 포럼 기조연설中)
    This is a troubled time, when much of the world is tempted to turn inward. Yet the Jeju spirit is to reach outward, and to encourage different countries, with different capacities, to face rising challenges -- and to face them together -- making the Asia-Pacific region as a whole much stronger
  • Gerhard SCHROEDER
    Former Chancellor of Germany
    게르하르트 슈뢰더 전 독일 총리
    Keynote during the Opening Ceremony, 2015
    (제10회 포럼 기조연설中)
    The current crises show that we have to reroute our course; it’s time for us to have sustainable future. We must all work together to master the current global challenges. The key mission of the Jeju Forum is to promote peace and common prosperity in East Asia through multilateral cooperation. The tests we are facing require a strong...
  • Susilo Bambang YUDHOYONO
    Former President of Indonesia
    수실로 밤방 유도요노 전 인도네시아 대통령
    Keynote during the Opening Ceremony, 2015
    (제10회 포럼 기조연설中)
    I must admit that when I left the Presidential office last year, I too was very concerned to see the unravelling of stable relations among the major powers, after 2 decades of relatively cooperative relationships. There is possibility that this geopolitical downturn will complicate the already tricky flash points in our region...
  • BAN Ki-moon
    UN Secretary General
    반기문 UN사무총장
    Video Messages, 2015
    (제10회 포럼 영상메세지中)

    Many Asian countries have stressed education for phenomenal economic growth. Some say the 21st century will be the era of Asia and the Pacific. Northeast Asian countries are the key
    to promoting cooperation across the region.
  • Salam FAYYAD
    Former Prime Minister of Palestine
    살람 파야드 전 팔레스타인 총리
    Congratulatory Remarks, 2014
    (제9회 포럼 축사中)
    The world order is changing, but this order, that is, the new world order, does not adequately reflect this change as it ought to. Indeed, it needs to reflect the current relationship between power and architecture in the world. The longer it takes to reflect these things, the longer it will take to establish a global order.
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