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Republic Of China (Taiwan), National Defense Report, 1993-1994

Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense (MND) publishes reports on “what it has done, what it is doing, what it prepares to do, why it is going to do so” to the people in accordance with Article 30 of the National Defense Act. The National Defense Report is published to give citizens a better understanding of the nation’s current security environment and national defense policy. 

 

Karl Eikenberry, "The Possibilities and Limits of Sino-American Military Relations" -- Charles Neuhauser Memorial Lecture

The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University presents a talk with Karl Eikenberry on the constraints inherent in building a sustainable program of Sino-American military contacts and suggest a framework for future defense relations.

The Changing Geopolitics of East Asia

The 21st Century China Program and Fudan-UC Center on Contemporary China host the fourth annual Robert F. Ellsworth Memorial Lecture on the changing geopolitics in East Asia.

The Art of Dissent in 17th-Century China: Masterpieces of Ming Loyalist Art from the Chih Lo Lou Collection

The Metropolitan Museum of Art will display artwork from 17th Century China.

The Story of Mulan: Women and War in Early Medieval China

Stanford University Center for East Asian Studies hosts a talk by Scott Pearce on the origins of the story of Mulan.

The PRC Re-education Gulag: Repression, Assimilation and Islamophobia in the Name of Tianxia Harmony

The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk by James A. Millward on the internment of indigenous peoples in China.

The Digital Economy Forum: Prospects for Taiwan-US Cooperation in the Internet Age

This event on October 14 will include reflections on the second U.S.-Taiwan DEF meeting, as well as a discussion by panelists on how the DEF fits into broader U.S.-Taiwan economic engagement.

2012 Annual Conference of the Chinese Military History Society

Presented by the Sigur Center for Asian Studies at The George Washington University.

China and Shifting Dynamics in East Asia

China's increasing assertiveness in the South China Sea has changed the security dynamic in East Asia. Are the United States and its allies on a collision course with China, or are there ways to avoid the outbreak of conflict? We will explore these with our guest, Jacqueline Newmyer Deal, who has furnished analysis to the Defense Department on East Asian security issues for over a decade.

Rising Tides: A Simulation of Regional Crisis and Territorial Competition in the East China Sea

The Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University will host the simulation, "Rising Tides: A Simulation of Regional Crisis and Territorial Competition in the East China Sea". The event will be sponsored by Strategic Crisis Simulations.

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