Wilson Experts on Nancy Pelosi Trip to Taiwan and the Implications for US-China Relations
Experts from the Kissinger Institute and the Asia Program take a look at the Speaker’s visit to Taiwan and analyze the impact it could have on the future of relations between the U.S. and China.
Pelosi Touches Down in Taiwan, Angering Beijing (CNN)
Shihoko Goto was on Inside Politics to discuss the fallout of Speaker Pelosi's trip to Taiwan.Watch Now
Interviews with Robert Daly
What Does House Speaker Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit Mean for Future US-China Relations
Robert Daly joins Southern California Public Radio to discuss China's views of visits by foreign government officials as recognition of the island’s sovereignty.
Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan risks upsetting Beijing to no advantage (The Guardian)
Robert Daly is quoted discussing the risks of Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan, stating that her visit will not help stabilize the increasingly fraught US-China relationship.
The 5th Biden-Xi Call Amidst Growing Tensions in US-China Relations (US-China Perceptions Monitor Twitter Spaces)
The Kissinger Institute is interviewed in a discussion about the most recent call between President Biden and President Xi, and the regional and global issues complicating this bilateral relationship.
Pelosi Visits Singapore Amid Speculation on Taiwan Stop (VOA)
Robert Daly is quoted describing why Beijing has a particular problem with Nancy Pelosi, and the challenges this posed for her visit.
Interviews with Shihoko Goto
Pelosi Touches Down in Taiwan (CNN)
Shihoko Goto was a guest on “Inside Politics.”
Pelosi Visits Taiwan, Defying Threats from China (CNN)
Shihoko Goto is interviewed on CNN and talks about how the trip signifies no real change in the U.S.’s Taiwan policy.
Interviews with Sue Mi Terry
Pelosi: US Will Not "Abandon" Taiwan Amid China Tensions (CNN)
Asia Program Director Sue Mi Terry speaks with CNN’s Kate Bolduan and Kylie Atwood on Speaker Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan.
Director, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States
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Director for Geoeconomics and Indo-Pacific Enterprise and Acting Director, Asia Program
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Former Director of the Asia Program and the Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy
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