China, Taiwan, & the U.S. since 9/11: Old Problems, New Opportunities
A Symposium With Experts from China, Taiwan, and the U.S.
Wednesday, May 07, 2003
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
A25 Haines Hall
featuring the Center’s Visiting Fellows for 2002-03
National Chengchi University, Taipei
University of Arizona
Shanghai Institute of International Studies
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Chien-min Chao (Ph.D., Southern Illinois University) is Professor (and former Director) of the Sun Yat-sen Graduate Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities at National Chengchi University, Taipei, and a noted analyst of politics in Taiwan and relations between Taiwan and the mainland. His publications include Taiwan and Mainland China: Relations and Foreign Competition (1992), Authoritarian Politics (1994), An Analysis of Contemporary Chinese Politics (1997), and Cross-strait Relations and Taiwan’s Foreign Policies (2000).
Allen Whiting is Regents Professor Emeritus, University of Arizona. Professor Whiting is highly regarded as an interpreter of Asian and particularly Chinese politics and foreign policy. He served in several capacities in the U.S. Department of State and was an advisor on China to several U.S. administrations. Among his many publications is China Crosses the Yalu: The Decision to Enter the Korean War (Macmillan, 1960), a classic in its field, and The Chinese Calculus of Deterrence: India and Vietnam (Univ. of Michigan, 1975, 2nd ed., 2001)..
Jiemian Yang is Vice President of the Shanghai Institute of International Studies -- an influential think tank -- and Director of its Department of American Studies. He received an MA from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy. Professor Yang has published many papers and books on international relations and American foreign policy as well as interpretive articles and editorials in the press, both in China and in the U.S.
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