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Oct 10

Taiwan and China's Succession: Partisan Views Across Taiwan's Political Spectrum

The Heritage Foundation's Van Andel Center

As the politics of leadership succession enters the end-game in Beijing, new concerns arise over the impact of Taiwan's growing sense of self-identity on the stability of its relations with the People's Republic of China. Just what is the current state of relations across the Taiwan Strait? Do Taiwan's domestic politics have a major impact on China's succession? How does Taiwan's robust democracy influence the trilateral US-Taiwan-PRC dynamic? Are there recent breakthroughs in economic and trade ties across the Strait? Taipei's prestigious cross-party Chinese Eurasian Foundation and The Heritage Foundation are honored to host a panel of distinguished Taiwan politicians and scholars from the Island's three major political parties who will present their separate parties' perspectives on these and other issues.

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Hon. Bi-khim Hsiao
Dr. Raymond Wu
People First Party
Dr. Philip S. Hsu
Institute for International Relations
Dr. Da-nien Liu
Chunghwa Inst. for Econ. Research

Hosted By

John J. Tkacik, Jr. John J. Tkacik, Jr.

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