NOVEMBER 12TH, 2020
Security Turbulence in Asia: Shaping New Strategy in Japan and Taiwan
On November 12, TCSS was joined by scholars and experts across the field. This year’s Asia Security Workshop, organized by the Taiwan Center for Security Studies (TCSS) and co-hosted by the Research Institute at St. Andrew’s University, Japan, focused on the topic: “Security Turbulence in Asia: Shaping New Strategy in Japan and Taiwan”. Speakers included Dr. Li-Chung Yuan and Dr. Hon-Min Yau (assistant professors at the Graduate Institute of Strategic Studies and International Affairs, National Defense University), Dr. Toshitaka Takeuchi (professor at the Kyoto University of Foreign Studies), Major General Juichou Richard Hu (ret.) (deputy director of TCSS) and General Sadamasa Oue (ret.) (research fellow at Harvard University Asia Center).
OCTOBER 5Th, 2020
Taiwan and It’s Technical Community Solutions to Cybersecurity: 5G, Internet of Things and the Safety of Web Conference
On October 15, the Taiwan Center for Security Studies (TCSS), at the Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University and the Global Foundation for Cyber Studies and Research, KSA, held a web conference on topics surrounding 5G, IoT, and cybersecurity.
The conference was planned and sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) and the Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) of the Republic of China. Experts from academia, industry and various government sectors were invited to a virtual meeting and dialogue, culminating in laying the groundwork for future joint opportunities in this field.
April 4Th, 2020
Webinar on Power Dynamics Post COVID-19
To discuss the crisis that has revealed the underlying priorities of China and its agility to innovate and adapt, starting with the recasting of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) into a “Health Silk Road”.
Dr. Patrick Mendis a former American diplomat and a military professor in the NATO and the Pacific Commands is currently serving as a Taiwan fellow of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China. He is also a distinguished visiting professor of global affairs at the National Chengchi University and a senior fellow at the Taiwan Center for Security Studies in Taipei