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National ChengChi University Press Release: Carnegie Council Ethics Fellows for the Future | 05/28/13
National ChengChi University, Taiwan, announced that Milan Chen from Taiwan and Oumie Sissokho from Gambia have been appointed Ethics Fellows for the Future. Both are MA students at National ChengChi University. » News » Media Mentions

Essay on Ethics of Cybersecurity Wins Trans-Pacific Contest: Co-Authors from China (Stanford U) and U.S. (Oxford U) | 05/24/13
What is the greatest ethical challenge facing U.S.-Asia relations? In this unique contest, we challenged American and East Asian students to submit a joint essay or video to answer this question. Responses included the threat of cyber-war, sweatshops, human rights, censorship, neo-imperialism, and climate change. » News » Press Releases

Public Affairs: China's Search for Security | 02/19/13
Andrew J. Nathan
In this masterly and comprehensive talk, Andrew Nathan looks at the world from Beijing's viewpoint and sees a very challenging environment for China. He identifies four rings of security concerns: inside China's territory; its 24 surrounding countries; six regional systems; and the rest of the world. » Studio » Multimedia

Green Asia | 04/26/12
Nobuo Tanaka, Arthur Huang, Devin T. Stewart, Julia Taylor Kennedy
Nobuo Tanaka sees alternative energy sources--including nuclear--as the key to Asia's future and Arthur Huang is the inventor of "POLLI-bricks." This pair of interviews illustrates Asia's commitment to finding sustainable technologies--a commitment perhaps greater than that of the U.S. » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: Taiwan: Is there a Statute of Limitation on Corruption? | 05/27/11
Can corruption be legitimized by common usage, legal process, or subsequent legislation? Should old crimes go unpunished by legislative amnesty? Or is it more important simply to correct the abuse and move forward? » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: Taiwan: Is there a Statute of Limitation on Corruption? | 05/27/11
Can corruption be legitimized by common usage, legal process, or subsequent legislation? Should old crimes go unpunished by legislative amnesty? Or is it more important simply to correct the abuse and move forward? » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: Taiwan: Is there a Statute of Limitation on Corruption? | 05/27/11
Can corruption be legitimized by common usage, legal process, or subsequent legislation? Should old crimes go unpunished by legislative amnesty? Or is it more important simply to correct the abuse and move forward? » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: When Government Changes the Rules: Taiwan's Feed-in-Tariff | 05/06/11
Taiwan requires electric utilities to purchase renewable energy, subsidized by the government. Recently when solar rates went down, the government changed the contract terms, saving on the amount of government funding but causing solar investors to make less profit. Was this justified? » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: When Government Changes the Rules: Taiwan's Feed-in-Tariff | 05/06/11
Taiwan requires electric utilities to purchase renewable energy, subsidized by the government. Recently when solar rates went down, the government changed the contract terms, saving on the amount of government funding but causing solar investors to make less profit. Was this justified? » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: When Government Changes the Rules: Taiwan's Feed-in-Tariff | 05/06/11
Taiwan requires electric utilities to purchase renewable energy, subsidized by the government. When solar rates went down, the government changed the contract terms, saving on government funding but causing the solar investors to make less profit. Was this justified? » Studio » Multimedia

Taiwan: Building Partnerships for Asia-Pacific Economic Integration | 07/27/10
Johnny C. Chiang, William C. Vocke Jr.
Since 2008, Taiwan has quietly pursued new political and economic initiatives with China, and the likelihood of conflict across the Taiwan Strait has diminished. What are the implications for East Asian economic integration and for Taiwan-U.S. relations? » Studio » Multimedia

Taiwan: Building Partnerships for Asia-Pacific Economic Integration | 07/21/10
Johnny C. Chiang, William C. Vocke Jr.
Since 2008, Taiwan has quietly pursued new political and economic initiatives with China, and the likelihood of conflict across the Taiwan Strait has diminished. What are the implications for East Asian economic integration and for Taiwan-U.S. relations? » Studio » Multimedia

Taiwan: Building Partnerships for Asia-Pacific Economic Integration | 07/13/10
Johnny C. Chiang, William C. Vocke Jr.
Since 2008, Taiwan has quietly pursued new political and economic initiatives with China, and the likelihood of conflict across the Taiwan Strait has diminished. What are the implications for East Asian economic integration and for Taiwan-U.S. relations? » Studio » Multimedia

East Asian Security and Democracy: The Place of Taiwan | 04/21/10
Charles W. Kegley, Jr.
Taiwan has transformed itself into a prosperous, vibrant democracy, and recently tensions between Taiwan and China have lessened. As the balance of power between the U.S. and China shifts, what is the future for Taiwan, and what role will it play in the region? » Studio » Multimedia

East Asian Security and Democracy: The Place of Taiwan | 12/22/09
Charles W. Kegley, Jr.
Taiwan has transformed itself into a prosperous, vibrant democracy, and recently tensions between Taiwan and China have lessened. As the balance of power between the U.S. and China shifts, what is the future for Taiwan, and what role will it play in the region? » Studio » Multimedia

East Asian Security and Democracy: The Place of Taiwan | 12/18/09
Charles W. Kegley, Jr.
Taiwan has transformed itself into a prosperous, vibrant democracy, and recently tensions between Taiwan and China have lessened. As the balance of power between the U.S. and China shifts, what is the future for Taiwan, and what role will it play in the region? » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: Why Is Health Care So Difficult? | 07/03/09
Why can't the U.S. negotiate a domestic solution to health care? Individuals are certainly responsible for their health. A wealthy society can also be responsible for its members. Is health care a primary right, or a personal responsibility? » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: Why Is Health Care So Difficult? | 07/03/09
Why can't the U.S. negotiate a domestic solution to health care? Individuals are certainly responsible for their health. A wealthy society can also be responsible for its members. Is health care a primary right, or a personal responsibility? » Studio » Multimedia

Why Is Health Care So Difficult? | 07/03/09
Why can't the U.S. negotiate a domestic solution to health care? Individuals are certainly responsible for their health. A wealthy society can also be responsible for its members. Is health care a primary right, or a personal responsibility? » Studio » Multimedia

Ethical Issues in U.S.-Asia Policy: Devin Stewart Interviews Chong-Pin Lin | 05/06/09
Chong-Pin Lin, Devin T. Stewart
Dr. Lin discusses Taiwan's political situation; relations with China; climate change; the future of democracy in East Asia; what Obama's presidency may mean for the region; and the surprising "detente" between China and Japan. » Studio » Multimedia

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