Institute of Global and Public Affairs (IGPA)
An international conference on the North Korean nuclear crisis, titled ‘North Korean Nuclear Crisis: Is the End Game in Sight?’, was recently held at the University of Macau (UM). Co-organised by UM’s Institute of Global and Public Affairs, a think tank on South Korea-China affairs, and Jeju Peace Institute, the conference attracted many experts and scholars from China and South Korea. Participants had in-depth discussions on four topics, namely North Korean nuclear crisis and US-China relations, North Korean nuclear crisis and US-South Korea-China relations, North Korean nuclear crisis and China-North Korea relations, as well as North Korean nuclear crisis and China-South Korea relations.
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IGPA (Institute of Global and Public Affairs) was created and put into operation in Fall 2014. The purpose of IGPA is to provide an interdisciplinary and multidimensional platform for the promotion and facilitation of teaching, research and institutional exchanges on various local, national, regional, international, and global issues among scholars, students, professionals and policy makers at the University of Macau, Greater China, East Asia, Europe and North America. It also aims at serving as a regional hub facilitating scholarly exchange and policy dialogue in Macau, Hong Kong, South China, Southeast Asia and East Asia.