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Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea

Hanns Seidel Foundation, Korea Office
13 Hannamdaero 20-gil,
#501 (Sooyoung Bldg., Hannam-dong),
Youngsan-ku,
Seoul, 04419, Republic of Korea
Tel.: +82-2-790-5344/5 | Fax: -5346
E-Mail: info@hss.or.kr

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Publikationen

Politische Studien Nr. 470 mit dem Fokus „Die Zukunft der NATO“
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Seminare 2017
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01/13/2017 – A new edition of the magazine “The Unified Korea”, which deals with topics concerning Korean unification, has been published by the Institute for Peace Affairs, a long-standing partner of the Hanns Seidel Foundation in Korea.

In this edition (January 2017) the following topics...undefinedmore...

01/13/2017 - Calendar on Migratory Birds published – Raising awareness on biodiversity in DPR Korea With the beginning of the year 2017 a “Calendar on Migratory Birds” was published in DPR Korea with the support of Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea. The calendar includes pictures of migratory bird... undefinedmore...

01/12/2017 - The Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea works since several years on environmental issues in North Korea and tries to promote inner-Korean exchange, especially in the field of forestry. In the last 25 years, around 40 percent of the forest cover in North Korea disappeared. While there is now a shift towards a better understanding of the... undefinedmore...

01/06/2017 - A new issue of the magazine "THE GLOBAL CITIZEN", which is dealing with political, cultural and social issues, has been published.

In this issue you can read, among other things, an article by Dr. Bernhard Seliger from HSF Korea on nature conservation in North Korea...undefined undefinedmore...

...Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.