P e a c e a n d U n d e r s t a n d i n g
T h r o u g h T r a v e l & H o s t i n g
Wednesday, October 27
7:30-9:00 PM ET
A panel discussion with Professor Zhiqun Zhu of Bucknell University, Brian Chee Shing-Hioe of New Bloom in Taiwan, and Michael Klare of the Arms Control Association and the Committee for a Sane U.S.-China Policy. Professor Avi Chomsky of Salem State University will host the webinar.
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This free event will include time for Q&A. Registrants will receive a link to participate live and a recording of the event afterwards.
As tensions between the U.S. and China have ratcheted up, Taiwan has emerged as a major flashpoint in world affairs. China has threatened to invade Taiwan if it declares independence, while American officials have suggested that such a move could trigger U.S. military intervention - igniting a three-way conflict that might easily escalate into a nuclear conflagration. Caught in the middle of all this are the people of Taiwan themselves. This panel will examine the roots of the Taiwan dilemma, the risks of a U.S.-China war over Taiwan, and alternatives to conflict.
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