||In The Wall Street Journal, Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers comments on Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen's first 100 days in office
Taiwan’s President Must Prove She Can Lead (PDF file)
The Wall Street Journal: Taiwan’s President Must Prove She Can Lead: After an unremarkable first 100 days, it’s time to get results on economic reform, international trade and relations with China
||Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson speaks at Playing to our Strengths: US-Taiwan Cooperation in the ICT Sector, a seminar held by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, in Washington, D.C.
||The US-Taiwan Business Council issues a statement on the need for expanded U.S.-Taiwan Military Exchanges (PDF file)
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers gives a presentation on Taiwan and the Trans Pacific Partnership at Expanding the TPP?: Prospects for South Korea, Taiwan, and ASEAN, a conference held by the Wilson Center, in Washington, D.C.
||The US-Taiwan Business Council Welcomed TAITRA Chairman Francis Liang to the U.S.-Taiwan Business Forum (PDF file)
||The Council and the Taipei Economic & Cultural Representative Office (TECRO) co-hosts the U.S.-Taiwan Business Forum, bringing together business leaders from Taiwan and the United States to examine the future of our bilateral economic and commercial relationship, in Washington, D.C.
||Council Chairman Paul Wolfowitz attends the Inauguration of Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, in Taipei, Taiwan
||In The Wall Street Journal, Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers comments on the challenges faced by Taiwan's new President, Tsai Ing-wen, after she takes office on May 20, 2016
Rough Roads Ahead for Taiwan's New President (PDF file)
The Wall Street Journal: Rough Roads Ahead for Taiwan's New President: Tsai Ing-wen can’t count on U.S. support when it comes to standing up to Beijing
||The Council hosts a Roundtable & Seminar with President-elect Tsai Ing-wen and the economics and trade team of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), in Taipei, Taiwan
||Council Chairman Paul Wolfowitz, Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers, members of the Council’s Board of Directors, and members of the Chairman's Circle travel to Taiwan to meet with President Ma Ying-jeou and President-elect Tsai Ing-wen, and to promote bilateral trade and business relations between the United States and Taiwan
Press Release: US-Taiwan Business Council Chairman Paul Wolfowitz to Lead High-Level Business Delegation to Taiwan April 18-20, 2016
Picture: Council Delegation with President Ma
Picture: Council Delegation with President-elect Tsai
||The Council hosts a meeting for its Board of Directors and Chairman’s Circle members with Dr. York Chen, Convener of the Defense Policy Advisory Committee at the New Frontier Foundation, Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), in Washington, D.C.
||Happy Chinese New Year (Year of the Monkey)
||In The Hill, Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers comments on the 2016 Taiwan presidential and legislative elections
Special Commentary: Taiwan’s New Administration and the U.S. (PDF file)
The Hill: Taiwan’s New Administration and the U.S.
||Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers gives a presentation on "Navigating the Economic and Security Challenge of Tensions with China" at Direction of Cross-Strait Relations after Taiwan's Election, a conference held by the Institute of Global and Public Affairs (IGPA), Faculty of Social Sciences, the University of Macau, in Macau