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Developing Economic Ties with Taiwan

THE GLOBAL EXCHANGE PODCAST

September 13, 2021

In this episode of The Global Exchange, you will hear Deanna Horton, Meredith Lilly, Hugh Stephens, and Eric Miller on how Canada can engage economically with Taiwan

This episode is an extract from CGAI’s webinar on Canada-Taiwan relations, made possible thanks to the support of our strategic sponsors Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics, and thanks to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office.

Read our 2021 Taiwan series. 

Participant Biographies:

  • Deanna Horton is a Fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. She is a Distinguished Fellow at the Asia-Pacific Foundation, and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Royal Ontario Museum, the International Women’s Forum, and Quadrangle Society of Massey College. 
  • Meredith Lilly is an Associate Professor at Carleton University where she holds the Simon Reisman Chair in International Affairs focused on trade policy. Dr. Lilly is a national award-winning researcher with extensive experience in public policy development and executive branch decision making. 
  • Eric Miller is a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. He focuses on issues related to North America, trade, technology and security. He is also is President of Rideau Potomac Strategy Group, a cross-border consultancy that advises clients on government affairs, economics, cybersecurity and geopolitical developments. 
  • Hugh Stephens has 40 years of government and business experience in the Asia-Pacific region. Based in Victoria, BC, Canada, he is currently Vice Chair of the Canadian Committee on Pacific Economic Cooperation (CANCPEC), Distinguished Fellow at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, and Executive Fellow at the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary. In addition, he teaches in the MBA program at Royal Roads University as an Associate Faculty member.

Host Biography:

  • Colin Robertson is a former diplomat, and Vice President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute.

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