Commentary: Signing of an LOA to Upgrade Taiwan’s F-16 A/B Fighters (Arlington, Virginia, July 18, 2012) Commentary by Rupert Hammond-Chambers The US-Taiwan Business Council congratulates the governments of the United States and Taiwan on their recent signing of a US$3.8 billion Letter of Offer & Acceptance (LOA) to upgrade Taiwan’s 145 F-16 A/B fighters. This […]
Report: Chinese Reactions to Taiwan Arms Sales (Arlington, Virginia, April 17, 2012) Report by Rupert Hammond-Chambers and Randall Schriver Edited by Lotta Danielsson Published by the US-Taiwan Business Council and the Project 2049 Institute Foreword Ensuring Taiwan’s national security is fundamentally in the interest of the U.S. Any effort to determine the future of Taiwan […]
On March 25 – April 3, 2012, Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers traveled to Taiwan. In Taiwan, he meets with Council members, Taiwan government officials, and Taiwan business leaders.
The Council celebrates Lunar New Year 2012, Year of the Water Dragon!
Commentary: Taiwan Election Results: President Ma Wins a Second Term (Arlington, Virginia, January 15, 2012) Commentary by Rupert Hammond-Chambers Yesterday, January 14, Taiwan held its presidential and legislative elections. President Ma Ying-jeou of the Kuomintang (KMT) won a second term in office with 51.6% of the total vote, out-dueling his principal opponent Tsai Ing-wen of […]
On January 14, 2012, Council Chairman Paul Wolfowitz traveled to Taiwan to observe the country’s 2012 Presidential and Legislative elections.