The Biden Administration's Approach to Asia and Views on Taiwan

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Type: 
Event
Date: 
May 10, 2021
Subject Fields: 
Asian History / Studies, Diplomacy and International Relations, Government and Public Service, Political Science

Please join us at this year's second Taiwan Roundtable.

The Biden administration is well on its way to making a mark in Asia with a more wide-ranging and active foreign policy agenda and engagement than most observers expected. What have we learned in the first 100 days about how the Biden team views Taiwan strategically and economically? What are the prospects of cooperation bilaterally and multilaterally?

Panelists

  • U.S. Defense Strategy and Taiwan - Derek Grossman, RAND Corp, Santa Monica, CA
  • Economic Relations and Priorities for U.S.-Taiwan Cooperation - Barbara Weisel, Rock Creek Global Advisors
  • A 100 Days Assessment: Where is the Biden Team Headed in East Asia and Taiwan? - Robert Sutter, George Washington University

Moderator

Deepa Ollapally, Associate Director, Sigur Center for Asian Studies & Research Professor of International Affairs

The webinar begins at 12:30 PM EDT on Monday, May 10. Check your local time by selecting the event date and your time zone. Registered guests will receive an email with instructions for joining Webex prior to the event. Registration closes at 12:30 PM EDT on May 9, 24 hours before the event begins. Media inquiries must be sent to gwmedia@gwu.edu in advance. If you need specific accommodations, please contact gsigur@gwu.edu with at least 3 business days' notice.

This event is on the record, open to the public, and will be recorded. Questions can be sent in advance to gsigur@gwu.edu with subject "Taiwan Roundtable Q&A."

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