- United Nations and Global Governance
- Three Key Objectives of the UN
- International Peace
- Human Rights
- Development, Education, and Environment
- Inter-Korean Relations and Reunification
Other takeaways include:
- PGH urges to push back against recent harmful challenges to peace and development such as the conflicts in Syria, Libya, Iraq, and South Sudan, along with the Ebola outbreak and the "fragile" ceasefire in Gaza and Ukraine.
- Three Key Objectives for UN: Peace Development and Human rights, upheld by the Republic of Korea by its membership in the three major councils in the UN
- If the DPRK abandons its nuclear weapons program ROK will provide strong support for its economy
- ROK hopes to make a habit of international cooperation in practical areas such as climate action, diaaster relief, nuclear safety and tackling transnational crime.
- PGH gives a shout out to two human rights policies of the UN: The Rights up Front initiative and the Open Gate Policy
- ROK wants to play a bridging role between developed and developing countries because of their unique historical experience with this (check out KEI's program on it)
For those of you who weren't able to listen to the livestream of Park Geun-hye's address to the United Nations, please read her speech in full, here.
photo credit: UN Photo/Cia Pak