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Hui-fen Miao is a visiting fellow at the Project 2049 Institute. She is the Senior Executive Officer at Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense, focusing on arms policy and U.S.-Taiwan security cooperation and military investment plan. Miao received her B.A. from Tamkang University in educational media and information sciences, and in 1994 earned her Master’s from the National Taiwan University. Prior to her position at the Ministry of National Defense, Miao spent 10 years at the Mainland Affairs Council, where she held positions as Section Chief of Public Relations, Policy Marketing, and Policy Planning. In 2005, she completed the Taiwan Executive Leadership Program at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School and returned to the U.S. in 2013 to complete the Executive Program on National Security Policy and Strategy at American Enterprise Institute. At Project 2049 Institute, she will be conducting research on "Taiwan's military buildup and arms procurement strategy" focusing on the significance in U.S. Foreign Military Sales (FMS) to Taiwan, enhancement on military deterrence capability, and the development of asymmetric forces.

 

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