Professors Laurent Mayali and John Yoo visited Korea in May 2016 to participate in the Jeju Forum, an international forum for the discussion of economic, political, and social issues in Asia. On a panel sponsored by the Korean Society of International Law, the largest and oldest scholarly association in Korea, they presented their joint research comparing counter-terrorism policies in East Asia, Europe, and the United States. Held on the island of Jeju off the coast of Korea, the Forum this year brought together world leaders, including U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon and former leaders of Korea, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Italy, and Singapore, as well as speakers on academia, business, government, and culture. In their presentation, Mayali and Yoo evaluated the spread of terrorism in East Asian nations and the diversity of government responses. While Asia has seen lower levels of terrorist attack than the Middle East or Europe, they argued that Asia is home to indigenous separatist movements that have adopted terrorist tactics. Their paper set out different costs and benefits for Asian countries of following different U.S. and European counter-terrorism strategies and legislation. In the discussion that followed, Mayali and Yoo responded to comments from Professors Lee Geun-Kwan of Seoul National University Law School, Shin Yong Ho of Jeonju University Department of law, and Kim Sung Won of WonKwang University Law School.