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Virtual Event | Preserving Peace in the Taiwan Strait

Virtual Event | Preserving Peace in the Taiwan Strait

Please be advised: This event will air live on this page at 10:00 a.m. EDT, Monday, October 4. Register for the event here.

Join Hudson Institute Japan Chair Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster, Project 2049 Institute Executive Director Mark Stokes, RAND Corporation Senior Political Scientist Scott Harold, and Hudson Institute Asia-Pacific Security Chair Patrick Cronin for a discussion on strategies to preserve peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.

Beijing’s growing belligerence in the Asia-Pacific has made Washington, Tokyo, and Taipei increasingly concerned for the security of Taiwan. What would a conflict in the Taiwan Strait mean for the region and the world? From deterrence to defense, what are the priority actions that the U.S., Japan, and Taiwan must take to anticipate and respond to this possibility? Are these powers prepared to meet the growing threat from China? Please join Hudson Institute for this timely discussion.

Speakers

Mark Stokes

Project 2049 Institute Executive Director

Scott Harold

RAND Corporation Senior Political Scientist

Patrick Cronin

Senior Fellow, and Asia-Pacific Security Chair, Hudson Institute

Moderator

Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster

Hudson Japan Chair

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