China, Taiwan and the West
A discussion organized by the Institute for National Policy Research (Taiwan) and Political Capital (Hungary)
The emergence of the People’s Republic of China as a global player have brought new realities for not just the future of the Republic of China (Taiwan) but it has also posed a challenge of rivalry for the Transatlantic community. With the proposed event, we are aiming for providing our audience with a valuable insight into the geopolitical context and environment of Taiwan’s international relations as well as the relations of the two countries with the Central and Eastern European region, the European Union and the new US administration.
Date: 9:30-10.45, 10 March 2021
Venue: Zoom Event/Facebook Live
9:30-10:45 China, Taiwan and the West – with a regional, European and Transatlantic view
- Ivana Karaskova – China Research Fellow, AMO Researh Center of the Czech Republic, Founder and Leader of the MapInfluenCE Project
- Yujen Kuo – Executive Director, Institute for National Policy Research of Taiwan
- Tamás Matura – Founder, Central and Eastern European Center for Asian Studies (CEECAS), Assistant Professor, Corvinus University of Budapest,
- Andrew Small – Senior Transatlantic Fellow, Asia Program of the German Marshall Fund of the United States, Associate Senior Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations
Moderator: Péter Krekó – Director, Political Capital
You are kindly asked to register for the event by 8 March here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_maFmqN7nQOG1oU9_WDovCQ
The full video coverage of the event is available here.