Farewell of Dr. Norbert Eschborn
Saenuri Secretary General praises KAS work in Korea
Hwang Jin Ha MP, Secretary General of South Korea's ruling conservative Saenuri party, paid tribute to the work of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Korea. The foundation has enjoyed considerable reputation around the country and deserved Korea's credit for its work over almost 40 years, Hwang said. He also bade farewell to Dr. Norbert Eschborn, Resident Representative of KAS to Korea, whose term on the peninsula will come to an end after more than four years at the end of December.
25 Years of German Unity
Dr. Albin Nees, former Vice Minister for Social Affairs in the State of Saxony, and Thomas Kunz, Director General with the Thuringia Ministry of Justice, met with famous Korean columnist Kim Young-hie for a lenghty interview about their contributions to the rebuilding of the East German administration after 1990 including personal anecdotes. Both Nees and Kunz were in Korea as guests of KAS and spoke during a rule of law symposium in cooperation with the of the Korea University.
70 Years of Korea's Division
In the latest issue of the KAS International Reports Dr. Norbert Eschborn, Representative of KAS to Korea, and Andreas Kindsvater draw a critical balance of six decades of South Korean unification policy.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is one of the political foundations of the Federal Republic of Germany. With its activities and projects, the Foundation realizes an active and substantial contribution to international cooperation and understanding. In the following we present the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and its activities in Korea.
Six Decades of South Korean Unification Policy
The question of the quality of inter-Korean relations and the inevitably associated debate on the reunification of the two countries on the Korean Peninsula do not generally lead to escalations in everyday politics in South [...]
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The publications contains interviews and conclusions of researches and dialogue programs undertaken between 2012 and 2014 by teachers of the Yeo-Myung School in Seoul in cooperation with KAS on the subject of merging education [...]
Arduous Escape and Difficult Integration
Since the division of states and the subsequent military conflict between North and South Korea, thousands of North Koreans fled their country in view of political repression and economic despair. Their target destination is [...]
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