Taiwan, the United States, and China: The Global Impact of Cross-Strait Relations
The complex balancing act between Taiwan, its partner the United States, and its more powerful neighbor China has implications for maintaining stability in the Indo-Pacific region and the broader international order. As Taiwan’s profile in the international community becomes more prominent, it is important to understand how the tensions between China and Taiwan have evolved and what role the United States plays. This talk will examine the recent history of cross-Strait relations, the current status quo, the U.S. policy towards Taiwan, and how Taiwan maneuvers in the international sphere.
Pamela Kennedy, Research Analyst, Stimson Center, Washington DC
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