MILLER CENTER CONFERENCE: Taiwan Inclusive: Trends, Opportunities, and Challenges
Date(s): 11/15/2013, 11/16/2013
Miller Center, Charlottesville, VA
More than 60 years of history and habit have given rise to the idea of the relationship between the United States, China, and Taiwan as an exclusive security triangle, in which improvement in relations between any two are a concern to the third. Featuring scholars of international relations from across the U.S. and Asia, this conference, organized by the Miller Center’s C.K. Yen Chair BRANTLY WOMACK, is the first in a series of four international conferences to explore the replacement of the Cold War paradigm of the Washington-Beijing-Taipei triangle by one based on inclusive, opportunity-driven relationships.
Kim Curtis, (434) 924-7236, firstname.lastname@example.org