DPP's View on Engaging China
About This Event

Cross-strait relations and U.S.-China relations play important roles in Taiwan’s future. Mr. Lin I-Hsiung, chairman of the Taiwan Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), will discuss Taiwan’s China policy and how cross-strait relations affect U.S.-China relations and vice versa. He will consider cross-strait relations from a DPP perspective and will discuss their role in Taiwan’s 2000 presidential election. Mr. Lin will also elaborate on DPP’s newly announced conditional "three links"--direct trade, postal, and shipping--policy between Taiwan and China.

Agenda

8:45 a.m.

Continental breakfast

9:00

Introduction:

Arthur Waldron, AEI

Speaker:

Lin I-Hsiung, Taiwan Democratic Progressive Party

10:30

Adjournment

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