Episode 19: Taiwan’s Place in the Indo-Pacific
Long regarded as a potential Indo-Pacific flashpoint, what is Taipei’s view of the Indo-Pacific?
In this episode, Veerle and Dr Lee Che-chuan, Director of National Security and Decision-Making at the Institute for National Defense and Security Research in Taiwan, discuss Taipei’s view of the Indo-Pacific. From tense cross-strait relations and pressures on Taiwan’s national security, to synergies between Taipei’s New Southbound Policy and other Indo-Pacific strategies, Taipei seeks to carve a role for itself in working with partners on key areas of regional prosperity and stability.
Bridging the Oceans Podcast Series
Bridging the Oceans, hosted by Veerle Nouwens, will explore what the Indo-Pacific is, where its limits lie, and what the fast-evolving defence and security issues are in this dynamic part of the world.
Together with a diverse range of experts, the podcast will also analyse today’s top geopolitical questions in the Indo-Pacific, understand how these are seen within the region itself, and consider how these issues may impact countries outside the region, like the United Kingdom.
Episodes will be published bi-weekly and are part of our Navigating the Indo-Pacific programme.
Senior Research Fellow, Asia-Pacific