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Peace and Security in Northeast Asia


Explore and expand the theory and praxis of nonviolence to address, prevent and transform direct and indirect violence within Asia and the rest of the world.

Over the past six years the Toda Peace Institute has organised a series of interactive, collaborative problem-solving workshops aimed at identifying impediments to stable peace in Northeast Asia with influentials from China, South Korea and Japan. These workshops have been aimed at dealing with national identity issues as well as painful historic memories which have a capacity to sabotage harmonious and peaceful relationships between the three countries.

In the face of recent geopolitical instability, Toda has convened conferences bringing regional experts on peace and security in Northeast Asia together with policy makers and civil society organisations from China, South Korea, Japan and the United States to identify the dynamics generating insecurity in the region and discuss how risks can be managed and transformed on the Korean Peninsula.

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