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[Pictures] Closed-door Meeting on US and East Asia with Council on Foreign Relations
2016-04-19
On the afternoon of April 12, 2016, Association of Foreign Relations (AFR) and Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) jointly held a two-session closed-door meeting on U.S. and East Asia in Da’an District, Taipei City. Views on Washington-Beijing relations in non-traditional security realms and East Asia strategic outlook were discussed and shared. 
 
The Panel was co-moderated by Kwei-bo Huang (黃奎博), AFR’s Secretary-General and Elizabeth Economy, CFR’s Director for Asia Studies, while a total of ten scholars and experts were invited to participate in the panel. 
 

 Kwei-bo Huang, AFR’s Secretary-General and Elizabeth Economy, CFR’s Director for Asia Studies
 
▲First Session: Environment, Health Security and Civil Society
Second Session: East China Sea, South China Sea and Cross-Taiwan Strait
▲A Peaceful or Confrontational Future for East Asia?