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December 3, 2021: "Righting a Wrong: Taiwan, the United Nations, and the United States." A conversation with Gary Schmitt and Michael Mazza

Join us on December 3, 2021 to hear Gary Schmitt and Michael Mazza discuss their recent white paper, "Righting a Wrong: Taiwan, the United Nations, and United States Policy."

Gary J. Schmitt is a contributing editor to American Purpose, and is a senior fellow in the Social, Cultural, and Constitutional Studies program at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he studies issues related to the American presidency, the U.S. constitution and its principles, and American civic life. Dr. Schmitt also writes on national security topics. A former minority staff director of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Dr. Schmitt was executive director of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board. Among his most recent books is A Hard Look at Hard Power: Assessing the Defense Capabilities of Key US Allies and Security Partners (2020).

Michael Mazza is is a nonresident fellow at  AEI, where he analyzes U.S. defense policy in the Asia-Pacific region, Chinese military modernization, cross–Taiwan Strait relations, and Korean Peninsula security. He is also the program manager of AEI’s annual Executive Program on National Security Policy and Strategy. Mazza has contributed to numerous AEI studies on American grand strategy in Asia, U.S. defense strategy in the Asia-Pacific, and Taiwanese defense strategy, and his published work includes pieces in The Wall Street Journal Asia, Los Angeles Times, and The Weekly Standard.

December 3, 2021. 12 p.m. ET.

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