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Chairman Randall G. Schriver & Senator Dan Sullivan | Why We Stand with Taiwan and Allies in the Indo-Pacific

March 28 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am


The Project 2049 Institute cordially invites you to the following conference: 

Tuesday, March 28, 2023
10:00 am – 11:00 am
Location: Virtual

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(HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Viewers may join the LIVE Q&A session by submitting questions to throughout the event, or—if you have a YouTube account—by entering questions directly into the YouTube chat box on the event’s YouTube page. PLEASE provide your name and affiliation when submitting questions.) You can register for the event at the bottom of the page. 


What has happened to America’s collective memory of the importance of Taiwan (Republic of China, ROC) to U.S. national security? In the 20th century, U.S. leaders such as President Eisenhower wrote extensively on Taiwan’s critical significance. After the break of official diplomatic relations in 1979, the U.S. Congress carried the torch of responsibility from the executive to the legislative branch and enshrined America’s military commitment to Taiwan by signing the Taiwan Relations Act into law. Since then, Taiwan has flourished into a vibrant democracy nearly 24 million citizens strong. Its developed economy boasts some of the world’s most capable businesses in the fields of microelectronics, aviation, and green energy, among others. Failing Taiwan in the event of a Beijing-instigated cross-Strait conflict would obliterate America’s ability to uphold its regional alliance commitments, trigger the greatest critical supply chain shortage in world history, and, most importantly, surrender 24 million supporters of the liberal world order and its shared principles to an authoritarian ideological fanatic and leave the innocent at the hands of his Party army.

The time for pointing fingers and scratching heads about who, how, or what caused (or allowed) the Indo-Pacific’s security dynamics to become so dire has passed. America needs to move, and quickly. What steps can we take to deter Xi Jinping and the PLA from the nightmare scenario? What can the United States do to ensure Taiwan, itself, and its Indo-Pacific allies are ready to overcome the greatest challenge of our time? Please join Project 2049 Institute Chairman Randall Schriver and Senator Dan Sullivan of Alaska to answer these critical questions and more.  This live stream event will include a Special Guest Discussion with the Chairman and Senator Sullivan, followed by a reaction panel including experts on Indo-Pacific allies. Viewers will have the opportunity to participate in a live Q&A with the panel after the discussion. We look forward to seeing you on March 28th!


10:00 am – 10:03 am

John Gastright, Jr.
President | The Project 2049 Institute

10:03 am – 10:40 pm
Special Guest Discussion

The Honorable Randall G. Schriver
Chairman | The Project 2049 Institute

Senator Dan Sullivan
United States Senator from Alaska

10:40 am – 11:00 am
Panelist Reaction & Live Q&A

Jennifer Hong (Moderator)
Senior Director | The Project 2049 Institute

Yuki Tatsumi
Senior Fellow and Co-Director: East Asia, Japan | The Stimson Center

Mark Stokes
Executive Director | The Project 2049 Institute

Eric Lee
Associate Director of Programs | The Project 2049 Institute

This event will stream live.
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“Why Taiwan Matters” slides  and speech from Senator Sullivan’s office:





March 28
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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