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Taiwan Security Issues (EASTASN 168)


This course will provide a broad overview of Taiwan's place in the security environment of East Asia, covering the history of US-Taiwan-People's Republic of China relations, Taiwan's ambiguous status in the contemporary inter-state system, cross-Strait trends including the military balance of power and economic integration, the emergence and evolution of "sharp power" threats to Taiwan's security, and domestic politics and the quality of Taiwan's democracy. The course will be offered remotely and integrated with the fall 2020 quarter programming of the Project on Taiwan in the Indo-Pacific at the Hoover Institution. It will feature a combination of guest presentations by outside speakers as part of the PTIP's fall conference agenda, online lectures and discussions led by the instructor, and student presentations. Some course events may be open to the public.

Course ID: 
222 889
Letter or Credit/No Credit
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