Beyond the Ballot: Taiwan's Elections and Their Implications for US Policy


Location: Keough School of Global Affairs, Washington Office


On January 11, 2020, the citizens of Taiwan will cast ballots for president, vice president, and legislators in a consequential election with implications for US-China relations. What will the results mean for a volatile region and a complicated global political scene?

Join the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies and the Keough School of Global Affairs in Washington, DC, for a keynote lecture and panel discussion about the upcoming elections in Taiwan. Lunch will be provided at this free event.

Notre Dame Keough School of Global Affairs, Washington Office
1400 16th Street, Suite 120
Washington, DC  20036



Keynote Speaker: Randall Schriver
Former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs, US Department of Defense
Thursday, January 16, 2020


Eisenman 200 X 250

Joshua Eisenman
Associate Professor of Global Affairs, Keough School of Global Affairs, University of Notre Dame
Liu Institute Faculty Fellow

Hsiao 200 X 250

Russell Hsiao
Executive Director, Global Taiwan Institute

King 200 X 250

Sean King '99 MBA
Senior Vice President, Park Strategies, LLC
Liu Institute Affiliated Scholar

Ma 200 X 250

Tiffany Ma
Senior Director, BowerGroupAsia

Bethany 200 X 250

Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian

China Reporter, Axios