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Taiwan and Changing Global Order: Perspectives from the 2012 Young Leaders Delegation

Taiwan and Changing Global Order: Perspectives from the 2012 Young Leaders Delegation

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Title: Taiwan and Changing Global Order: Perspectives from the 2012 Young Leaders Delegation
Author: Beaulne-Stuebing, Rebecca
Walter, Robyn
Prouse, Victoria
Weiner, Joshua
Atri, Sima
Byun, David J.
Guo, Lydia Bihui
McIntyre, Ashley
Kezwer, Trevor
Abstract: This special issue of the Asia Colloquia Papers examines some of the diverse issues that confront Taiwan in the context of changing global and Asia-Pacific regional order. The papers, written by senior students who participated in a May 2012 study trip to Taiwan, look at such topics as the role of education in indigenous peoples’ self-determination in Taiwan and Canada; evolving China-Taiwan relations and their multiple implications; changing migration patterns in Taiwan in the context of contemporary globalization; and new developments in Taiwan’s role as an aid donor in Africa. The students presented their papers to Taiwan audiences during a study tour as part of the Young Leaders Delegation programme sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Taiwan, the Republic of China. The Young Leaders Delegation programme aims to introduce senior university students from abroad to contemporary Taiwan and its complex challenges.
Subject: Asian studies
Taiwan
China-Taiwan relations
Development studies
Type: Asia Colloquia Papers
Rights: The copyright for the paper content remains with the author(s).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/31666

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