This year, the Jeju Forum hosted 3,672 participants from 49 countries, the largest number in the forums history, signaling its growing importance as an international forum that deals comprehensively with a variety of topics. With one voice, Asian political leaders and erudite scholars from around the world expressed their yearning for peace on the Korean Peninsula, and delivered the East Asian communitys shared vision of a peaceful, constructive resolution to historical and territorial disputes in Asia, founded on mutual understanding.  Seeking global cooperation that befits this anticipated paradigm shift, a broad range of topics was considered, including the economy, culture, women, energy, and climate change. As a result of these discussions, new measures were devised to respond effectively to various crises and changes.Based on the fruits of this years discussions.

Host: Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, International Peace Foundation, East Asia Foundation, JoongAng Ilbo 
Organizer: Jeju Peace Institute

15:40 ~ 17:00 [1-A] Managing Security Crisis: National Strategies and International Cooperation for Crisis Management
안보위기관리: 전략과 사례
Room A
Moderator: KIM, Bong-hyun (Ambassador to Australia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

BOO, Hyeong-wook (Research Fellow, Korea Institute for Defense Analyses)
CHANG, Nohsoon (Professor, Halla University)
HAN, Intaek (Director of Research, Jeju Peace Institute)
KIM, Duyeon (Senior Nonproliferation and East Asia Fellow, Center for
Arms Control and Non-Proliferation)
KOO, JaRyong (Assistant Editor, Foreign Desk, The Donga-ilbo(Donga Daily News))
SUH, Choo Suk (Senior Research Fellow, Korea Institute for Defense Analyses)

Rapporteur: YUN, Yelim (Program Officer, The Asan Institute for Policy Studies)
사회: 김봉현 (주 호주대사)

구자룡 (동아일보 국제부 차장)
김두연 (미국 군축·비확산연구소 선임연구원)
부형욱 (국방연구원 연구위원)
서주석 (국방연구원 책임연구위원)
장노순 (한라대학교 교수)
한인택 (제주평화연구원 연구실장)

라포터: 윤예림 (아산정책연구원 연구원)

With North Korea’s increasing cyber and nuclear capabilities, it is now important for South Korea and
its allies to prepare for new types of security crisis, as opposed to the ‘conventional’ security crisis for which they have traditionally been prepared. This session will bring together security experts from South Korea and its allies to discuss national plans and international cooperation in cyber and/or nuclear attacks. It also brings together practitioners and analysts. From the Korean side, for instance, practitioners of ‘conventional’ security crisis management (former members of the Presidential Office who were in charge of security crisis management) will be joined by experts on ‘emerging’ security risks, particularly cyber and nuclear attacks. Through the exchange of their experience and knowledge, it is hoped that practitioners and analysts from Korea and its allies will produce guidelines for managing unprecedented security crisis.

북한의 핵능력과 사이버 전력이 증가함에 따라 한국과 동맹국들은 북한의 사이버 공격과 핵공격에 대응하는 국가전략과 국제협력에 대하여 논의할 필요가 발생하고 있습니다. 이 세션에서는 한국과 동맹국의 안보전문가들이 한자리에 모여 북한의 사이버 공격과 핵공격에 대비한 국가전략과 국제협력에 대하여 논의할 예정입니다. 한국측에서는 지난 정부에서 ‘통상적’ 위기의 관리를 담당한 실무자들이 참가하여 사이버 공격이나 핵공격과 같은 ‘신종’ 안보위협을 연구하는 전문가들과 의견을 나누게 될 것입니다. 한국과 동맹국의 ‘신종’ 안보위협 전문가들과 ‘통상적’ 위기관리 실무자들의 대화와 토론을 통해서 향후 필요한 위기관리 지침을 도출하고자 합니다.