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回顧影音-美總統川普對台灣政策研討會-GTI

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第一節: 前AIT 主席 楊甦棣(Stephen Young)致詞

5位與談人: Moderator: Russell Hsiao; DavidAn;GordonChang ;Harry J. Kazianis; Stephen M Young ;Moderator: Russell Hsiao

第二節: Q &A

第三節:  專訪與會人士

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〔即時新聞/綜合報導〕美國在台協會(AIT)台北辦事處內湖金湖路新址將於今年完工,前AIT台北辦事處長楊甦棣(Stephen Young)透露,新址啟用後,美方將派陸戰隊駐守。
《中央社》報導,楊甦棣今天在華府智庫全球台灣研究中心(Global Taiwan Institute)致詞時表示,美國將派遣陸戰隊負責AIT內湖新址維安,這是美國對台灣朋友的承諾「具象徵性的表示」。
報導指出,楊甦棣指出,美國在世界各國的外交使館均設有陸戰隊之家(Marine House),「台北也會有」。AIT新址設計時,便希望能將此設施包含在內。
報導分析,台美斷交後,美國強調AIT是非營利性民間機構,並無派出陸戰隊員駐守辦事處。若美方真派駐陸戰隊,意味著台美關係在象徵意義上有著重大轉變,形同美國將AIT台北辦事處視同駐外使館。
報導指出,對於可能派駐陸戰隊一事,美國國務院尚未回應。
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視同駐外使領館!美在台協會將派陸戰隊駐守

更新時間 : 2017-02-16 12:10 AM [紐約時間]
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前美國在台協會台北辦事處長楊甦棣(圖)15日透露,美國在台協會台北新址2017年在內湖落成啟用後,美方將派陸戰隊駐守負責安全維護,這是美國對台灣朋友表達承諾的象徵。(網路圖片)

【新唐人2017年02月16日訊】前美國在台協會台北辦事處長楊甦棣今天透露,美國在台協會(AIT)台北新址今年在內湖落成啟用後,美方將派陸戰隊駐守負責安全維護。此舉,形同美國將AIT台北辦事處視同駐外使領館,對美台關係具重大象徵意義。

                 據中央社報導,華府智庫全球台灣研究中心(Global Taiwan Institute)今天舉辦研討會,探討美國總統川普執政下的美國對台政策,而楊甦棣(Stephen Young)致詞時主動提到他參與大力推動相關計畫,而美國將派陸戰隊、負責AIT在內湖新辦公地點安全維護,他說,這是美國對台灣朋友的承諾「具象徵性的表示」。

美國派陸戰隊站衛兵,保護海外使領館安全,但因台美斷交後,AIT辦公地點即無陸戰隊員駐守,美國也一再強調和台灣維持的是「非官方關係」、美國在台協會則是非營利性民間機構。

而AIT內湖新址若真由美軍陸戰隊駐守,形同美國將AIT台北辦事處視同駐外使領館,對美台關係具重大象徵意義轉變。

楊甦棣還提到,設計AIT辦公新大樓時就希望能打造非常好的陸戰隊之家(Marine House),這不只是美國派駐台灣人員應得的對待,走遍美國在世界各國的外交館舍院落,也都有這一設施,那是當地工作人員的社交中心,「台北也會有」。

另據了解,美國2005年即派武官人員進駐AIT現在的台北辦事處地點,但相當低調,而這些武官和中華民國派在華府的武官一樣,不著軍服。

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川普新政府上任 台美國會議員聯誼會訪美

(此聯誼會也將與會)

[記者彭琬馨/台北報導]美國總統川普於上月二十日正式宣示就職,新政府各項政策與人事布局正緊鑼密鼓展開,台灣在此重要時刻也沒有缺席,台美國會議員聯誼會即將於2月中旬前往美國紐約華府,拜會參眾議院各議員與行政部門,替台灣與甫上任的美國新政府打通關節。

台美國會議員聯誼會每年都會進行台美國會雙邊的拜訪交流,不過去年因選舉未能成行,此次將一同出訪的民進黨立委王定宇提到,這次訪美可說是川普新政府與台灣新政府間「首次較正式的接觸」。

據了解,聯誼會預訂於本月13日至18日訪問美國紐約華府,除會長蕭美琴外,民進黨立委王定宇、林俊憲、邱議瑩、尤美女,國民黨立委江啟臣、許毓仁,時代力量立委高潞·以用一行共8人也將一同出席。由於美國總統川普剛上任不久,加上是首次較大型的正式參訪,除參與委員較往年多外,訪問行程也相當緊湊。

資料顯示,訪問團除了拜會美國聯邦參眾議員與相關行政部門外,也會和美國外交政策全國委員會(NCAFP)碰面。王定宇表示,國防授權法案通過後,台美國防交流開始有所轉變,此行訪美主要目的,是希望能協助安排國防授權法案的後續推動作業,同時在川普新政府開始處理與各國的雙邊協議之時,在國會部門展開遊說,目標是讓台灣在第一輪就能列入談判對象。

聯誼會副會長、民進黨立委羅致政提到,由於台灣與美國在行政部門的互動上限制較多,「立法部門有時反而有更多空間」;這次訪美適逢川普剛上任、立院開議前「時間點很恰當」,雙邊立法部門的交流也能讓台美關係更加密切。

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http://globaltaiwan.org/2017/02/feb-15-president-trumps-taiwan-policy/

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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Feb. 15 (at Carnegie): President Trump’s Taiwan Policy



Event Description

PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO OVERWHELMING INTEREST IN THIS EVENT, THE LOCATION HAS BEEN CHANGED AND REGISTRATION REOPENED. THE EVENT WILL NOW TAKE PLACE AT THE CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE, LOCATED AT 1779 MASSACHUSETTS AVE. NW. TIME AND DATE REMAIN UNCHANGED. 

What will President Donald Trump’s policy toward Taiwan be? What should it be? Please join Washington D.C.’s only think tank devoted to research about Taiwan for a conversation about the future direction of Taiwan policy under the Trump administration, including its promises and possible pitfalls. We have convened a panel of experts with experience in government, diplomacy, and policymaking, as well as seasoned observers of the US-Taiwan relationship, in order to tackle pressing questions about this critical relationship and its future under President Donald Trump. The panel will feature opening remarks by former Director of the American Institute in Taiwan Ambassador Stephen M. Young, GTI Senior Fellow David An, the well-known author and East Asia expert Gordon Chang, and Center for the National Interest’s Director of Defense Studies and Executive Editor Harry Kazianis.

Doors will open at 11:30. A light lunch will be served, and the event will begin at 12:00. Kindly RSVP by February 13. Please direct questions or concerns to @GrecianFormula.

Dr. Stephen M. Young served as a U.S. diplomat for over 33 years, with assignments in Washington, Taipei, Moscow, Beijing, Kyrgyzstan and Hong Kong.  He earned a BA at Wesleyan University and a PhD in history at the University of Chicago.  Young was Ambassador to the Kyrgyz Republic, Director of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) and Consul General to Hong Kong.  Young first lived in Taiwan as a teen in the 1960’s, when his father was a MAAG Advisor to the Taiwan military.  He has lived a total of 11 years in Taiwan.  Since retiring to his family home in New Hampshire in 2013, Young has been writing and speaking.  He was a Visiting Professor at Wesleyan University last year, where he taught a seminar on Modern Chinese Foreign Policy.  Young speaks Russian and Chinese.  His wife, Barbara Finamore, founded the China Program in Beijing for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC).

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Feb. 15 (at Carnegie): President Trump’s Taiwan Policy



Event Description

PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO OVERWHELMING INTEREST IN THIS EVENT, THE LOCATION HAS BEEN CHANGED AND REGISTRATION REOPENED. THE EVENT WILL NOW TAKE PLACE AT THE CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE, LOCATED AT 1779 MASSACHUSETTS AVE. NW. TIME AND DATE REMAIN UNCHANGED. 

What will President Donald Trump’s policy toward Taiwan be? What should it be? Please join Washington D.C.’s only think tank devoted to research about Taiwan for a conversation about the future direction of Taiwan policy under the Trump administration, including its promises and possible pitfalls. We have convened a panel of experts with experience in government, diplomacy, and policymaking, as well as seasoned observers of the US-Taiwan relationship, in order to tackle pressing questions about this critical relationship and its future under President Donald Trump. The panel will feature opening remarks by former Director of the American Institute in Taiwan Ambassador Stephen M. Young, GTI Senior Fellow David An, the well-known author and East Asia expert Gordon Chang, and Center for the National Interest’s Director of Defense Studies and Executive Editor Harry Kazianis.

Doors will open at 11:30. A light lunch will be served, and the event will begin at 12:00. Kindly RSVP by February 13. Please direct questions or concerns to @GrecianFormula.

Dr. Stephen M. Young served as a U.S. diplomat for over 33 years, with assignments in Washington, Taipei, Moscow, Beijing, Kyrgyzstan and Hong Kong.  He earned a BA at Wesleyan University and a PhD in history at the University of Chicago.  Young was Ambassador to the Kyrgyz Republic, Director of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) and Consul General to Hong Kong.  Young first lived in Taiwan as a teen in the 1960’s, when his father was a MAAG Advisor to the Taiwan military.  He has lived a total of 11 years in Taiwan.  Since retiring to his family home in New Hampshire in 2013, Young has been writing and speaking.  He was a Visiting Professor at Wesleyan University last year, where he taught a seminar on Modern Chinese Foreign Policy.  Young speaks Russian and Chinese.  His wife, Barbara Finamore, founded the China Program in Beijing for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC).

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