Cross-Strait Relations and Implications for Northeast Asia: Views from the Region
On December 4, at the Institute of International Relations in Taipei, seven current and former CNAPS Visiting Fellows from around Northeast Asia presented regional views of the evolving relationship between Taiwan and China and identified implications of recent trends.
The discussion was moderated by CNAPS Director Richard Bush.
Richard C. Bush
Nonresident Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Center for East Asia Policy Studies, John L. Thornton China Center
Richard Weixing Hu
Associate Professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Hong Kong - CNAPS Visiting Fellow, 2007-2008, The Brookings Institution
Jae Ho Chung
Professor of International Relations, Seoul National University
Director, Center for East Asian and SCO Studies, Moscow State Institute of International Relations
Professor of International Politics on the Faculty of Law and Political Science, St. Andrew’s University in Osaka
Former Vice Chairman - Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA)
Adviser - Mainland Affairs Council of Taiwan
Research Fellow, Institute of International Relations and Executive Director, Center for Security Studies
Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies
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