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Taiwan's China Strategy

In response to the continued rise of the People’s Republic of China, Taiwan is pursuing a political, economic, and military strategy to help stabilize relations with its mainland neighbor. The military strategy is based on Taiwanese and American forces providing an effective balance against Chinese capabilities in the Taiwan Strait, thereby deterring potential Chinese expansion.┬áThe political and economic strategy is to help moderate Beijing’s behavior and even hasten the process of political and social reform within China.

Hudson Institute was pleased to host a discussion on Taiwan’s comprehensive China strategy and the military balance in the region.

Panel

Seth Cropsey, Moderator

Hudson Senior Fellow

John Lee, Panelist

Hudson Visiting Scholar and Associate Professor at Sydney University

Tom Donnelly, Panelist

American Enterprise Institute

Rick Fisher, Panelist

International Assessment and Strategy Center

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