On December 5, 2017, Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers spoke at “US-Taiwan Economic Relations: Domestic and International Drivers,” a seminar hosted by the Sigur Center for Asian Studies, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, in Washington, D.C. Listen to Rupert on Panel II: https://www2.gwu.edu/~sigur/assets/audio/2017%20Audio/2017_dec5_taiwanconferencepanel2.mp3
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Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers spoke at “Securing the Strait: U.S.-Taiwan Security Relations,” a seminar hosted by the Project 2049 Institute, in Washington, D.C.
The US-Taiwan Business Council – in partnership with the Intellisia Institute – hosts Economic Cooperation & Competition: U.S., China & Taiwan Perspectives, in Washington, D.C. This event is composed of private discussions in the morning, as well as during an afternoon public session as a speaker, discussing the intersection of China’s One Belt/One Road initiative […]
The US-Taiwan Defense Industry Conference 2017 was held October 15-17, 2017 in Princeton, New Jersey. This was the sixteenth annual event in a series of ongoing conferences addressing the future of U.S. defense cooperation with Taiwan, the defense procurement process, and Taiwan’s defense and national security needs. This year, the conference opened with a policy […]
On September 14, 2017, Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers moderated the “Taiwan’s Economic Strategy and Regional Economic Trends” panel at “Annual Symposium 2017: Upgrading US-Taiwan Relations for the 21st Century,” an event hosted by the Global Taiwan Institute, in Washington, D.C.