Chairman and President Tien speaks at the Chia-yi Police Bureau Oct. 9, 2019 INPR Chairman and President Dr. Hung-mao Tien visited Chiayi Police Bureau and delivered a
With G20 summit wrapping up in Osaka, Japan in the end of June, the Institute for National Policy Research held a forum on its implications to the Asia-Pacific security on July 1.
For several decades, the Republic of China (Taiwan) has simultaneously experienced social transformation, economic development, and political reforms. One major outcome of which
As a result of the “9-in-1” local government elections of November 2019 in Taiwan, the opposition party Kuomintang won the majority of local counties and cities. Hence, exchanges of city mayors and county magistrates with Chinese counterparts have become an indicator and a grave focus for the Cross-Strait relations...
Dr. Hung-mao Tien, President of the Institute for National Policy Research, received the Delegation of Academics from Stanford University, led by Ambassador Karl Eikenberry, Director of the U.S.-Asia Security Initiative at the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, and discussed matters of mutual concern on March 20th, 2019 in a close-door meeting.
Forum on the 2018 Nine-in-one Local Election and Its Impact on Cross-strait RationsThe opposition party, KMT, won majority of the seats of county magistrates and city mayors in the Taiwan’s nine-in one local election on November 24, 2018, bringing an uncertainty to the future relations between the two sides of Taiwan Strait. Facing the new political spectrum, the Institute for National Policy Research,
The 12th Elite Youth Forum on Foreign Affairs
The Institute for National Policy Research, in conjunction with National Policy Research Center of the National Sun Yat-sen University, hosted the “12th Elite Youth Forum on Foreign Affairs” from July 26th to 28th, 2017