Book Launch: Taiwan’s Economic and Diplomatic Challenges and Opportunities
Date： 2021/08/05 Thursday
Time： 2:00 pm -3:30 pm
Lecturers：Charles I-Hsin Chen/ Nai-Chia Chen / Harry Harding / Chu-Chia Lin / Syaru Shirley Lin / Da-Nien Liu
Location：Legislative Yuan Room 101 No. 1, Zhongshan South Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, 100
Number of Attendees Admitted： 100人
Event Registration: https://bit.ly/3zzYtGe
Six authors present their conclusions from a new book offering a diverse set of perspectives on the current state of Taiwan’s economy and international relations, also considering the challenges and opportunities that could forge Taiwan’s future. Featuring a range of interdisciplinary approaches, Taiwan’s Economic and Diplomatic Challenges and Opportunities, edited by Mariah Thornton, Robert Ash and Dafydd Fell, has been written by some of the leading scholars on Taiwan’s economy and international relations, as well as emerging scholars and writers with practical diplomatic, political, and civil society experience. Contributors cover themes from political economy and international relations to gender studies and civil society-led LGBT diplomacy. The book offers both an overview of Taiwan’s history and more recent developments, and includes several case studies into Taiwan’s economy and international space. The authors’ presentations will be followed by a question and answer session.
Note: Due to COVID-19, reservations are required and registrants must enter through the front entrance of the Parliament with identification.
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