ACIR is honored to host
Dr. Joseph Wu
Republic of China (TAIWAN)
From a Bilateral to a Global Partnership
About Taiwan - U.S. Relations
The nation state of Taiwan values it growing partnership with the United States. What the U.S. Department of State refers to as a "robust unofficial relationship" accounts for:
- Taiwan being the U.S.'s 10th largest trading partner
- U.S. diplomatic support for Taiwan
- Increasing travel between Taiwan and the U.S.
- and 148 sister cities
Foreign Minister Wu is an unabashed proponent of expanding this bi-lateral relationship into a global partnership.About Foreign Minister Wu
Dr. Jaushieh Joseph Wu serves as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Taiwan since February, 2018. He held several senior positions in government over the past two decades, including Secretary-Generals to the President and of the National Security Council, and Minister of the Mainland Affairs Council. He also served as Representative to the United States. Dr. Wu held academic position in the National Chengchi University in his early career.
A graduate of the National Chengchi University, Dr. Wu earned his Master’s and doctoral degrees in Political Science respectively from University of Missouri-St. Louis and Ohio State University.
Dr. Wu is married to Ms. Ru-Yuh Caroline Su. They have one son.
Registration fee includes a luncheon meal.
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