The Institute for National Policy Research, INPR and the Institut Français des Relations Internationales, IFRI concluded a virtual dialogue on Dec. 15, 2021. The Dialogue was presided jointly by INPR President Dr. Tien Hong-mao and IFRI Director of Research and Editor-in-Chief of Politique etrangere Dr. Marc Hecker and kicked off with their opening remarks. The two institutes, consequently, assigned two scholars to brief on related topics and proceed with questions and answers. Lastly, INPR Executive Director Dr. Kuo, Yujen and IFRI Director for Asian Studies made conclusions to close the constructive and fruitful dialogue.
「The First All-English Youth Leadership Forum」 The Institute for National Policy Research (INPR) will sponsor「The First All-English Youth Leadership Forum」 from August 18 to August 20, 2021. The purpose is to encourage college students and NGO staff to advance their knowledge on domestic issues as well as current international relations. Lectures and discussions will be conducted in the English language. INPR welcomes college students and NGO staff to participate in the Forum.
President Hung-mao Tien of the Institute for National Policy Research expresses concern over the landslide at Atami city of Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, on July 3, 2021. President led a delegation of Taiwanese
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