Asia's changing security order: the view from Taiwan
On behalf of the Ideas and Society Program, and La Trobe Asia, you are invited to attend the next webinar in our series.
- Monday 30 October 2023 06:00 pm until Monday 30 October 2023 07:30 pm (Add to calendar)
- University Events
- Presented by:
- Ideas & Society Program
- Type of Event:
- Alumni; Community Event; Public Lecture
- Free to register
In Australia, there is much public discussion about US-China relations, prospects of conflict involving Taiwan and implications for Australia’s security. It is only rarely, however, that these conversations involve Taiwanese voices.
La Trobe University is honoured to host an exclusive panel discussion in which Foreign Minister of Taiwan Joseph Wu and Associate Professor Rebecca Strating of La Trobe Asia will discuss Taiwan’s perspectives on key regional security issues and concerns to a global audience.
Why is Taiwan’s security important to the world?
Is Beijing willing to start a war to solidify their claims over Taiwan?
Would the United States and its allies be prepared to go to war if China acts aggressively towards Taiwan?
Should Canberra encourage and aid Washington to attempt to maintain its supremacy in Asia?
How can Taiwan’s democracy best be supported?
What support would Taiwan like to see from the global community?
Registrations for this forum which will afford members of the audience the opportunity to ask Joseph Wu questions of their own are now open and free of charge.
Do not miss out on this unique event.
Participating Chair: Dr Rebecca Strating
Executive Director, La Trobe Asia, La Trobe University
Speaker: Jaushieh Joseph Wu
Foreign Minister of Taiwan
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