Beyond the Triangle: Asia and Washington-Beijing-Taipei
Dr Harry Harding, Jr
Speakers: Dr Harry Harding, Jr, Hao Yufan, Takashi Sekiyama
Date: March 28, 2013
Time: 2:00 PM
The triangular relationship of Washington, Beijing, and Taipei forged in the Cold War was a key part of the strategic architecture of Asia. What would be the general effect on Asia of re-imaging the triangle as an inclusive, opportunity-driven interaction? This afternoon seminar will discuss the regional and global implications of rethinking the triangle. Our speakers will present perspectives from Japan and Hong Kong-Macau and provide the basis for a discussion of the general significance of a change from exclusive, security-oriented relationships between teh United States, China, and Taiwan.
- HAO Yufan is dean of the faculty of social sciences and humanities and professor of political science at the University of Macau. His publications include Sino-American Relations: Challenges Ahead (2011), Multiple Development of the Macau Economy (2009), Power of the Moment: America and the World after 9/11 (2002).
- Takashi SEKIYAMA is director at the Institute for International Cooperation Policy, Meiji University, and research fellow at the Tokyo Foundation.
Session Chair Harry Harding is dean of the University of Virginia’s Batten School and professor of politics and public policy. His publications include The India-China Relationship (2004), A Fragile Relationship: The United States and China (1992), and China’s Second Revolution: Reform after Mao (1987).
The International Workshop is made possible through the generosity of the following University of Virginia divisions: the East Asia Center, the Miller Center, the Center for International Studies, the College of Arts & Sciences, and the Politics Department.