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Open letter to Taiwan’s president

Respectfully yours,


NAT BELLOCCHI

Former chairman,

American Institute in Taiwan

COEN BLAAUW

Formosan Association for Public Affairs, Washington

STéPHANE CORCUFF

Associate Professor of Political Science, China and Taiwan Studies, University of Lyon

GORDON G. CHANG

Author, The Coming

Collapse of China

June Teufel Dreyer

Professor of Political Science, University of Miami

MICHAEL DANIELSEN

Chairman, Taiwan Corner, Copenhagen, Denmark


TERRI GILES

Executive Director, Formosa Foundation, Los Angeles

BRUCE JACOBS

Professor of Asian Languages and Studies, Monash University

RICHARD C. KAGAN

Professor Emeritus of

History, Hamline University

JEROME F. KEATING

Author and

associate professor (ret.),

National Taipei University

DAVID KILGOUR

Former Canadian member of parliament and secretary of state for the Asia-Pacific


LIU SHIH-CHUNG

Visiting Fellow, The Brookings Institution, Washington

MICHAEL RAND HOARE

Emeritus Reader at the University of London, Great Britain

VICTOR H. MAIR

Professor of Chinese Language and Literature,

University of Pennsylvania

DONALD RODGERS

Associate Professor of Political Science, Austin College

TERENCE RUSSELL

Associate Professor of Chinese Language and Literature, University of Manitoba


CHRISTIAN SCHAFFERER

Associate Professor, Department of International Trade, Overseas Chinese Institute of Technology; and Editor, Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia

MICHAEL STAINTON

York Center for Asia Research, Toronto, Canada

PETER CHOW

Professor of Economics, City College of New York

PETER TAGUE

Professor of Law,Georgetown University

JOHN J. TKACIK JR.

Former senior research

fellow, The Heritage

Foundation, Washington

Arthur Waldron

Lauder Professor of International Relations, University of Pennsylvania

VINCENT WEI-CHENG WANG

Professor of Political Science, University of Richmond

GERRIT VAN DER WEES

Editor, Taiwan Communiqué

MICHAEL YAHUDA

Professor Emeritus, London School of Economics, and

Visiting Scholar, George

Washington University


STEPHEN YATES

President, DC Asia Advisory, and former deputy assistant to the US vice president for national security affairs

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