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20th Edition of the Doha Forum

Doha Forum 2022, one of the world’s premier policy gatherings, reconvened on March 26 and 27 for in Doha, bringing together policymakers, world leaders, and experts from around the world under the theme ‘Transforming for a New Era’. The Director of the Taiwan Center for Security Studies, Professor Fu-Kuo Liu, and the center’s senior advisor Adm. Richard Chen were invited to take part in this important event.


Strategic Vision

Our bimonthly journal published here at the Taiwan Center for Security Studies examines issues and events related to security in Taiwan and in the wider region.

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Taiwan and India ties, South China Sea, and Vaccine Diplomacy in the Indo-Pacific

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The US exit from Kabul, Cyber Cooperation, the Indo-Pacific and a Strategic Vision retrospective

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The Biden Administration Signaling Rock Solid Support to Taiwan, EU and The Indo-Pacific

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The Belt and Road in Africa, ROC’s Defense Posture, and the Clash in Eastern Ladakh

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Mars Exploration , India-China Border Tensions, and COVID-19 Success Stories

Our Elite Team of Experts and Scholars

The Taiwan Center for Security Studies is honored to be represented by experts in a variety of fields all over the world.

TCSS Security Commentaries #025

Inaugural Japan-Philippines “2+2” meeting reaffirms commitment to Free and Open Indo-Pacific

In April, the Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs Hayashi Yoshimasa and Minister of Defense Kishi Nobuo met their Filipino counterparts, Secretary of Foreign Affairs Teodoro L. Locsin, Jr., and Secretary of Defense Delfin N. Lorenzana, with a firm resolve to improve the cooperation and security in the East and Southeast Asian region. The Japanese and Filipino officials have reaffirmed their commitment to a “Free and Open Indo-Pacific” (FOIP) and “ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific (AOIP).” AOIP shares fundamental principles that Japan believes in and is based on the “Joint Statement of the 23rd ASEAN-Japan Summit on Cooperation on ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific,” adopted in 2020.