MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND HIGHER EDUCATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN
KAZAKH ABLAI KHAN UNIVERSITY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND WORLD LANGUAGES
"Korean Peninsula: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow"
On 20.01.2023 Kazakh Ablai Khan University of International Relations and World Languages is holding the International Scientific and Practical Conference "Korean Peninsula: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow", which is aimed to discuss hot topic of the day in the format of an open dialogue within the framework of the established anniversary years of diplomatic relations between the PRC-Republic of Korea (30 years) and the United States-Korea (140 years). Within the framework of the conference, a series of online lectures and master classes dedicated to the topics of the conference will be held by leading world scientists for students, undergraduates and doctoral students of the specialties: International Relations, Regional Studies, Oriental Studies.
We invite scientists, researchers, experts, teachers, students, undergraduates, doctoral students and all interested persons to take part in the given event.
In 2023, there will take place the 70th anniversary of the official ending the war on the Korean Peninsula. Despite the fact that the "hot" war took place only a few years and the sounds of hostilities have not been heard for a long time, every day the Koreans, waking up on the peninsula, fear that the horrors of 1950-1953 may take place again. The reason for this is the geopolitical confrontation between the United States and China, which is reflected in modern Republic of Korea. In addition, the “Korean Issue” remains unresolved, which also affects the policy pursued by South Korea. The problems of Korea are not often discussed in the Kazakhstani scientific community. It should be noted that a significant Korean diaspora lives in Kazakhstan. This conference will lay a good foundation for the development of scientific research on international relations in Korea. As a free discussion, exchange of opinions in the context of "brainstorming" of international experts involves the search for new ways to resolve the issue.
The purpose of the Conference: discussion of topical issues of the Korean Peninsula in the context of the historical past, current state and prospects in a transforming world.
The main directions of the Conference:
- China-USA-South Korea Triangle: A Historical View
- Relations: PRC - South Korea
- Relations: USA - South Korea
- Relations: PRC - USA
- Forecast of the resolution of the "Korean issue"
There will be additional information provided for time changes cases.
Venue and format: online (zoom), partly offline.
Address: room 108, building 1, 200 Muratbaev str., Almaty,
Conference Languages: Kazakh, Russian, English
Invited Participants’ list of the Conference:
- Kazakh Ablai Khan University of International Relations and World Languages
- Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Almaty
- Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in Almaty
- The US Consulate General in Almaty
- The United Nations in Kazakhstan. Representative of the UN Department of Global Communications - Vlastimil Samek.
- The Sigur Center for Asian Studies is a university research institute and the academic home of the Asian Studies Program of the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University - Gregg Brazinsky
- KazNU named after Al-Farabi, Faculty of Oriental Studies, Faculty of International Relations and Regional Studies
- University of Turan
- The L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University
- Kazakh Academy of Labor and Social Relations
- Istanbul Aydin University - Prof. Dr. Ragip Kutay Karaca
- RB Suleimenov Institute of Oriental Studies
Article formatting rules:
The text of the report (5-6 pages) should be typed in the format Word 10 (13, 16, 19), font “Times New Roman” (font size-12, line spacing-1.5, margins on all sides-20 mm), indent at the beginning of a paragraph is standard -1.25 cm.
The UDC index is indicated in the first line in the upper left corner. In the center - the title of the report in capital letters in bold. Through the gap in bold initials and surname of the author.
The next line is the name of the organization, city and email address of the author. After, there should be an abstract and keywords (in Kazakh, Russian and English, depending on the language of the article, but an abstract and keywords in English are required). The abstract should contain 180-250 words, keywords - no more than 8 (See Sample).
The body text starts on one line. The list of literature is drawn up in accordance with the Interstate standard GOST 7.80-2000.
Reports should contain the results of relevant scientific research and be of practical importance.
The deadline for submitting articles is September 20, 2022.
It is planned to release a collection of conference materials. The registration fee is: students - free of charge, undergraduates, doctoral students - 3,500 tenge, teaching staff - 4,500 tenge, foreign participants - free of charge.
The document on payment of the registration fee is sent by e-mail in the form of a scanned image of the document in IPEG or PDF format. Materials that do not meet the specified requirements or are sent after the deadline will not be considered and will not be returned to the author.
JSC "Kazakh University of International Relations and World Languages named after Ablai Khan"
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Bank account KZ 358560000000010712
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Beneficiary code 16
The contribution is made by transfer to the current account with a note for participation in the work of the conferences "Korean Peninsula: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow"
Conference Organizing Committee:
Kunanbayeva S.S., Rector - Chairman of the Board, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Chaklikova A.T., Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs
Uspanova M.U., Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation
Baisultanova K.Ch., Dean of the Faculty of Postgraduate Education
Pak N.S., Head of the Center for Korean Studies at KazUMOiWL
Shaimardanova Z.D., head of Department of Modern History of Kazakhstan and worldview disciplines,
Bugytaeva S.K., 3rd year Phd student, KazUIR&WL
Organizing Committee’s address, 050022, 200 Muratbaev str., 050022, Almaty, the Republic of Kazakhstan
Теl.: +7 708 912 44 09
Sample of the article’s format
АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ВОПРОСЫ РЕГИОНАЛЬНОЙ ИНТЕГРАЦИИ
Жумабаева Б.К., д.полит.н., профессор
Аннотация: 180-250 cлов
Ключевые слова: не более 8 cлов
TOPICAL ISSUES OF REGIONAL INTEGRATION
Zhumabayeva B.K., Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor
Kazakh Ablai Khan University of International Relations and World Languages
Abstract: 180-250 words
Keywords: no more than 8 words
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