USI conducted a Round Table Discussion with a seven member Tamkang University, Taipai, Taiwan
The panellists from Tamkang University, Taipei were:
Dr Kao-Cheng Wang, Dean of College of International Studies and Professor of the Graduate Institute of International Affairs and Strategic Studies
Dr Da-Jung Li, Director and Associate Professor of the Graduate Institute of International Affairs and Strategic Studies
Dr Ching-Shan Hu, Professor of the Graduate Institute of Japanese Political and Economic Studies, and Director of the Center for Japanese Studies
Dr Chiu-Ching Kuo, Professor of the Graduate Institute of European Studies
Dr Francisco Luis, Professor of the Graduate Institute of Latin American Studies
Mr Chien-Fu Chen, Associate Professor of the Graduate Institute of China Studies
Dr Juo-Yu Lin, Professor of Department of Diplomacy and International Relations and Director of ASEAN Studies Center
Lt Gen PK Singh, PVSM, AVSM (Retd), Director USI made the introductory remark.
Opening Remarks were made by Prof Srikanth Kondapalli
In the first session, Dr Da-Jung Li discussed on The Indo-Pacific Strategy of USA and China and implications for the Region
In the second session, Mr Chien-Fu Chen spoke on China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Strategic Implications for the Region and future prospects
In the subsequent session, Dr Juo-Yu Lin spoke highlighted The Indo- Pacific Strategy of Taiwan and India: the economic and security challenges and opportunities
In the final session, Dr Francisco Luis discussed the Taiwan-India Cooperation: Roadmap for the future
This was followed by a Question & Answer Session.
Later, remarks were made by Prof Dr Kao-Cheng Wang.
The closing remarks were given by the Lt Gen PK Singh, PVSM, AVSM (Retd), Director USI