Taiwan's Historic 2000 Elections and Aftermath

Panel Discussion

Speaker(s)

Larry Diamond, Professor of Political Science and Sciology, Stanford
Ramon H. Myers, Curator of the East Asian Collection, Stanford
Tai Feng, Vistiing Scholar, A/PARC
Suisheng Zhao, Hoover Institution

Date and Time

April 14, 2000 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Availability

Open to the public.

No RSVP required

Location

Daniel and Nancy Okimoto Conference Room

FSI Contact

Yumi Onoyama

Panelist biographies: A specialist on democracy in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, Professor Diamond was in Taiwan as an official observer of the March election. He is co-editor of Journal of Democracy. A former associate editor of the Journal of Asian Studies, Dr. Myers has taught economics at National Taiwan University in Taipei. He was an observer of the March election. Formerly the Consul-General of Taiwan in South Africa, Dr. Feng is currently the Executive Secretary for the Research and Planning Board of the Taiwanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Dr. Zhao is author of Across the Taiwan Strait: Mainland China, Taiwan, and the 95-96 Crisis, and Associate Professor of Politics at Colby College. He was an official election observer for the Mainland Affairs Commission of Taiwan.

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