Indo-Pacific Policy Dialogue
Wednesday, 13 October 2021 at 19:30 to 21:00 (Japan)
Taiwan has increasingly been a point of focus in numerous bilateral and multilateral statements. Japan and the U.S. made explicit mention of peace and stability in the Taiwan strait, and we saw the G-7 include Taiwan in their joint communique. Most recently, prominent Japanese politicians have said that Taiwan is critical to their security and that there may be cases where Japan would come to their aid.
These statements seen side-by-side with China’s position that Taiwan is an inherent part of China raises numerous questions as to Taiwan’s place in the Indo-Pacific.
On Wednesday, October 13th , 2021 YCAPS’ Indo-Pacific Policy Dialogue will host three scholars to share their views on Taiwan’s Indo-Pacific Future: Strengthening peace and stability.