Taiwan and Its Partners Beyond the Silicon Shield
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As Taiwan continues to dominate as the global leader in producing advanced semiconductors, the world literally cannot run without Taiwanese technology. At the same time, the geopolitical risks and pressures that Taipei face have only intensified, not least as Chinese claims to the island persist. While Taiwan expects its chip industry to be part of its defense strategy by providing a “silicon shield” of protection, international support from its allies and partners, as well as the development of industries beyond semiconductors are critical for Taiwan’s future. Shelley Rigger of Davidson College and AEI’s Dan Blumenthal discussed prospects for collective action to ensure Taiwan’s continued prosperity and the outlook for its economic resilience.
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