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April 2022

2nd KIMS-Naval HQ Policy Meeting

– Date: April 27, 2022 (11:00-13:00) – Venue: Naval HQ Conference Room – Agenda: China’s Gray-Zone Strategy and Its Implications to Korean Navy & Security – Presenter: Lee Seo-Hang (Vice President, KCFR) – Participants: * Navy: Chief of Naval Operations, major commanding officers above Captain * KIMS: Chung Sam-man (Director), Kim Ye Seul (Research Fellow)

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KIMS-EU ESIWA Meeting for Mutual Cooperation

– Date: April 21, 2022 (09:30-11:30) – Venue: KIMS Conference Room – Participants: Mr. Benoit Semur (Thematic Coordinator, EU ESIWA), Park Ju-Hyun (Director of Foreign Exchange & Cooperation, KIMS), Kang Seung-Mo (Research Fellow), Sang Hoon Kim (Associate Researcher) On April 19, KIMS and Embassy of France jointly hosted the Korea-EU Maritime Security Cooperation Forum, supported

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KIMS-Naval Future Innovation Research Group Joint Seminar

– Topic: Russia-Ukraine War and Its Implications to Korea – Date: April 14, 2022 (13:30-15:30) – Venue: NFIRG Conference Room – Participants: Park Dong-Seon (Director, NFIRG), Kim Kang-Nyeong (Director, Institute of Global Harmony), Park Jong-Gwan (Professor, KPNU), Park Ju-Hyun (Director of Foreign Exchange & Cooperation, KIMS), Sang Hoon Kim (Associate Researcher) On April 14, KIMS

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South Korea, the Quad, and Maritime Security

KIMS Periscope No. 272 U.S. Naval War College Professor Terence Roehrig pdf view The Indo-Pacific region is facing a host of daunting maritime challenges, including increasingly frequent and extreme weather events due to climate change, ocean pollution, pressure on fishing stocks, and threats to maritime commerce, among many others. The Republic of Korea (ROK) has

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The Contemporary Maritime Security in the Indo-Pacific : Lessons from the Ukraine Crisis

KIMS Periscope No. 271 Naval War College, Goa Professor Gurpreet S. Khurana pdf view The Indo-Pacific region represents the ‘maritime underbelly’ of Asia, wherein economic development and prosperity hinges on good order at sea and the littoral. This was also the premises of the contemporary Indo-Pacific vision conceived in 2006-07. With the concept of maritime

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