Taiwan’s meaningful participation in international organizations has long been an objective on both sides of the U.S.-Taiwan relationship. How well are they doing in securing participation? How meaningful and deep is it? What are the next targets of opportunity? These are important questions in light of the change in government in Taiwan. Join us as our distinguished speakers examine these and other issues.
More About the Speakers
Former Managing Director, American Institute in Taiwan
Senior Adviser for Asia and Director of the China Power Project,
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Research Fellow in Foreign and Defense Policy Studies,
American Enterprise Institute
Director, Asian Studies Center