About this event

In the past five years, the People’s Republic of China has notably increased its pressure campaign on Taiwan’s diplomatic, economic, and security environment, with some of the most concerning provocations occurring over the past year. Beijing’s actions have elevated Congress’s concern and attention to how the United States and like-minded allies and partners can help preserve cross-strait stability. In response, a bipartisan group of Congressional national security leaders have introduced the Taiwan Peace and Stability Act (HR 3972) to support Taiwan’s long-term security, while reinforcing longstanding U.S. policy that “peace and stability in the area are in the political, security, and economic interests of the United States, and are matters of international concern.”

Please join GMF Asia for a conversation with Representatives Ami Bera (D-CA) and Steve Chabot (R-OH) to discuss this important legislation and the way forward on U.S. Taiwan policy.

If you have any questions, please contact Melissa Ladner at [email protected].