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ReportNov 17, 2023
Relying on old enemies: The challenge of Taiwan’s economic ties to China
By Jeremy Mark, Niels Graham
This economic challenge will be just as important to Taiwan’s economic and political well-being as the imperative to strengthen military capabilities and alliances in the Asia-Pacific, especially as Taiwanese companies join other multinationals in de-risking their investments in China.
In the NewsNov 10, 2023
Garlauskas’ analysis of East Asia simultaneous conflicts mentioned in Korea JoongAng Daily
On November 9, Markus Garlauskas’ analysis of simultaneous conflict scenarios in East Asia was referenced in a Korea JoongAng Daily article by retired Admiral Choi Yoon-hee, former chairman of South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff. The article argues that the United States’ allies must build up their own capacity for defense and avoid relying solely […]
In the NewsNov 7, 2023
Global China Hub Nonresident Fellow Lev Nachman quoted in Focus Taiwan
Global China Hub Nonresident Fellow Lev Nachman spoke to Focus Taiwan about the upcoming Taiwanese presidential elections and the potential for collaboration between the campaigns of KMT nominee Hou Yu-ih (侯友宜) and the TPP’s Ko Wen-je (柯文哲).
In the NewsOct 3, 2023
Rudder mentioned in Taipei Times
On October 2, IPSI nonresident senior fellow Lieutenant General Steven Rudder was mentioned in a Taipei Times article on the annual US-Taiwan Defense Industry Conference, held this week in Virginia. The article identified LtGen. Rudder as one of several high-profile figures in the US defense and military community expected to be in attendance.