; professors allison, gao, gereffi, horowitz, lin, liu, niou, zeng; associate professors abe, ching, jaffe, litzinger, mazumdar, mckean, nickerson, partner, yoda, shi, and weisenfeld; assistant professors feng, hong, metzger, and sachsenmaier the asian/pacific studies institute (apsi) at duke educational institution administers an innovative and knowledge domain program in east asian studies. the program offers broad choices and can be individually tailored. it meets the of necessity of students designing to enter professional careers such as the diplomatic corps, international law, education, and enterprise as well as providing academic enhancement for mid-career professionals in these fields.
Program in Asian Security Studies
Conference Sponsored by: programme in Asian Security Studies, nobleman University Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, Duke body Department of educational activity rubric VI apportioning The Josiah Charles Trent Memorial Foundation Tension and conflict have persisted across the Taiwan Straits for the last five decades. In this conference, we will examine the causes of and possible solutions to this contest between Taiwan and mainland China. Specially, we will talk over the consequence of the following factors on the status quo in the Taiwan Strait: (1) evolving public opinion in Taiwan on the independence versus combination issue, (2) the US security commitments to Taiwan, (3) China¡¦s growing military threats, and (4) the increasing social class relations between Taiwan and mainland China."Has September 11th and its consequences diminished the Bush administration's security commitment to Taiwan?
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