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The Rise of China and its Implications for Taiwan, Hong Kong and the U.S.

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The Rise of China and its Implications for Taiwan, Hong Kong and the U.S.

Siwei Huang

The implications of China's rise for Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the United States are increasingly complex and controversial, especially because it has been associated not with democratization at home and conciliatory behavior abroad, as many had hoped, but rather with tighter domestic political controls and the more forceful assertion of Beijing's core foreign policy interests.

How are these developments affecting Hong Kong and Taiwan, both of which are forming separate political identities even as their economies become increasingly interdependent with China? What are the implications for the United States, whose policy of engagement with China is increasingly criticized as having fallen short of its goals? As the Trump Administration takes a tougher line on China, how is the rest of the region responding?


May 25, 2018
6:00 - 8:00 PM


305 E 23rd Street, Robert L. Patton Hall (CLA 1.302B)

University of Texas at Austin

Austin, TX, 78712

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Summary of the talk by Who Governs Taiwan (in Chinese)