Date 2019-05-22 3648 Clicks
The 11th lecture in the Tamkang Clement and Carrie Chair Lecture Series was delivered by renowned scholar Dr. Avery Goldstein, the David M. Knott Professor of Global Politics and International Relations in the Political Science Department (University of Pennsylvania), Director of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China, and Associate Director of the Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Goldstein's primary areas of research include international studies, security research, and Chinese politics. He visits Mainland China, Japan, or Korea almost every year to participate in conferences or to lecture, and is a seminal figure in the fields of international relations and China studies.
His current visit represents his second time visiting Taiwan in the past 22 years.
Dr. Goldstein’s lecture event was held at 10:00 am on May 22, 2019 at the Hsu Shou-Chlien International Conference Hall, Tamsui Campus. It kicked off with an introduction of Dr. Goldstein delivered by the Vice President for International Affairs, Dr. Kao-Cheng Wang.
The topic of Dr. Goldstein's speech was China’s Grand Strategy under Xi Jinping and US-China Relations, and it centered on the evolution of China’s Grand Strategy, while also exploring new developments in US-China Relations.
In addition to Dr. Goldstein’s keynote speech, the TKU College of International Affairs arranged for the speaker to take part in an interactive forum with each of the College’s departments to help enhance the standard of teaching and research in the College and encourage further academic cooperation in the future.