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January 2018

The Migration of Labor between Taiwan and Southeast Asia: Changing Policies

Brief

Ji-Ping Lin discusses Taiwan’s current and past immigration policies and highlights their political, economic, social, and cultural impacts now and into the future.

January 2018

Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy: One-Year Economic Performance Review

Brief

Chen-Dong Tso and Gratiana Jung evaluate the economic performance of the New Southbound Policy during its first year while also outlining the existing structure of investment and trade between Taiwan and Southeast Asia.

January 2018

Repositioning Taiwan in Southeast Asia: Strategies to Enhance People-to-People Connectivity

Brief

Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao and Alan H. Yang discuss the ways that enhanced people-to-people connections between Taiwan and Southeast Asia continue to foster strong regional links and create opportunities for integration of ideas and values.

January 2018

Rediscovering an Old Relationship: Taiwan and Southeast Asia's Long, Shared History

Brief

Ja Ian Chong (National University of Singapore) examines how the Taiwan-Southeast Asia relationship has evolved over time and highlights the historical continuity of linkages between Taiwan and the region.

October 2017

Civil-Military “Rules of the Game” on the Eve of China’s 19th Party Congress

Brief

Andrew Scobell (RAND) assesses the position of the PLA on the eve of the 19th Party Congress—scheduled to begin October 18—and challenges conventional assumptions about civil-military relations in the PRC.

September 2017

Chinese Government Support for New Energy Vehicles as a Trade Battleground

Policy Brief

Marika Heller (Crumpton Group) examines China's policies supporting the development of new energy vehicles and their impact on foreign auto firms operating within China. She argues that a trade crisis between the United States and China could stem from the auto industry.

April 2016

The Dilemma Confronting the U.S.-Thailand Relationship

Pavin Chachavalpongpun

NBR Analysis Brief

Pavin Chachavalpongpun (Kyoto University) assesses the current outlook for U.S.-Thailand relations amid moves by the military government to strengthen ties with China. He argues that the United States risks losing influence in Southeast Asia if democratic reforms fail and discusses options for the United States to pursue the goal of encouraging Thailand’s return to democracy.

March 2016

Advancing U.S.-Japan-ROK Trilateral Cooperation: A U.S. Perspective

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Daniel Sneider (Stanford University) analyzes the foundations and future of the trilateral relationship from a U.S. perspective, highlighting the critical role the United States has played in mediating tensions between South Korea and Japan.

March 2016

The Future of U.S.-Japan-ROK Trilateral Cooperation: A Japanese Perspective

Policy Brief

Yoshihide Soeya, Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the Faculty of Law of Keio University, reflects on U.S.-Japan-ROK trilateral relationship from a Japanese perspective.

March 2016

Relocating Trilateralism in a Broader Regional Architecture: A South Korean Perspective

Policy Brief

Yul Sohn, Dean of the Graduate School of International Studies and Professor of International and Japanese Political Economy at Yonsei University in Seoul, reflects on the U.S.-Japan-ROK trilateral relationship from a South Korean perspective.

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