AIT Director Sandra Oudkirk traveled south
from Taipei in the morning of February 17 to start off a series of meetings in
Tainan. Ms. Oudkirk first visited President Dr. Su of National Cheng Kung
University, participated in keynote speeches, then met with Tainan Mayor
Wei-Che Huang and several other officials to exchange thoughts and ideas on
cooperation between the United States and Taiwan. We have received requests
from our friends at the AIT quite a while ago to visit and discuss issues such
as Taiwan-U.S. relations, cross-strait relations, Indo-Pacific strategy,
Asia-Pacific affairs, domestic political conditions, and electoral issues, to
exchange insights with our professors, and to communicate perspectives in a
genuine, off-the-record manner.
Over the years, NCKU’s Political Science
department has welcomed numerous important officials and scholars from The
United States, Japan, The European Union, and China. Director Oudkirk’s visit
has gathered some of the most prominent US Officials in Taiwan to our Political
Science department to engage in insightful discussion. We would like to thank
the professors for participating in this private meeting, sharing the
viewpoints of Taiwanese scholars on important regional and global affairs with
US officials, and communicating expectations with regards to Taiwan-U.S.
relations. Until next time!
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