Chinese and Russian hybrid threats – democratic resilience in frontline states
The joint event of the Association for Sustainable Democracy, Political Capital and Taipei Representative Office
Date: 23. November 2022. 18:00-19:30
Location: Budapest, Nádor street 15, Room N15, 105 – in-person with online streaming
Taiwan had been under constant miliary pressure from mainland China for decades, but recent development in the Taiwan straits has increased these pressures. How can Taiwan maintain a healthy democracy against all odds? How can democracies best handle these pressures and increase resilience? What role does youth participation and civil activism play in the sustainability of democracy?
In this public event we plan to discuss the experiences and best practices of Taiwan in building and sustaining a resilient democracy, while being a target of constant grey-zone operations.
18:00-18:10 Welcoming speech
Shih-Chung Liu, Taiwan Representative to Hungary
Petra Ildikó Németh, Vice-President of the Association for Sustainable Democracy
18:20-19:30 Roundtable discussion with Q&A
Eto Buziashvili, Research Associate, Atlantic Council, Georgia
Fang-yu Chen, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Soochow University, Taiwan (tbc)
I-chung Lai, President, Prospect Foundation, Taiwan
Iryna Subota, Head of Data Analytics, Centre for Strategic Communication and Information Security, Ukraine
Moderator: Péter Krekó, Director of Political Capital
Participation is free, but registration is required by filling in the following form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf3UEyI5SPTtVZCo-erwODFGoFyjtRYcBHaa5EsURO6Lp8L4g/viewform