May 29, 2017

Larus Presents Paper in Taiwan on President Obama’s China Policy

Elizabeth Freund Larus, Waple Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, presented her paper “Assessment of President Obama’s China Policy, with a focus on U.S. Rebalance to the Asia Pacific,” at the conference U.S., China, Taiwan Relations in the Second Obama Administration and Beyond,  Dec. 12, 2016, at Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.

Larus Appears on Channel NewsAsia Talk Show

Elizabeth Freund Larus, Waple Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, offered political commentary on the South China Sea issue on the Channel NewsAsia July 6 episode of “Between the Lines: Great Power Politics in the Asia Pacific.”

Larus Presents Paper in Japan

Elizabeth Freund Larus, Waple Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, presented a paper titled “Alliances and U.S. Sea Power in the Asia-Pacific” at the AAS-in Asia conference, Doshisha University, Kyoto, in June 2016.

 

Larus Participates in Roundtable on Taiwan’s Military

Elizabeth Freund Larus, Waple Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, exchanged ideas on Taiwan’s military modernization and national security with retired and former Taiwan military officers at Wenzhao Ursuline University in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, in May 2016.

Larus Presents National Security Lecture

Elizabeth Freund Larus, Waple Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, offered a National Security Lecture, “China Assesses the U.S. Rebalance to Asia: Implications for U.S.-China Relations,” to Joint Warfare Command Personnel, Dahlgren Naval Surface War Command, May 6, 2016.

Larus Presents Paper on U.S. Naval Diplomacy at World Society Foundation (Zurich)

Elizabeth Freund Larus, professor of Political Science and International Affairs, presented her research paper, “Alliances and U.S. Sea Power in the Asia-Pacific,” at the annual meeting of the World Society Foundation (Zurich) at the University of Arizona in Tucson in April 2016.

Larus Participates in Workshop on Taiwan Election

Elizabeth Larus, professor of political science and international affairs, delivered comments on the key drivers of Taiwan’s 2016 elections to U.S. Department of State foreign service officers and government analysts at the Summer Working Group “2016 and Beyond: Impact of Taiwan’s Presidential and Legislative Elections on Taiwan, Cross-Strait Relations, and US-Taiwan Relations,” in McLean, Va. on Sept. 18.

Larus Presents Paper at APSA

Elizabeth Larus, professor of political science and international affairs presented a paper, “US Rebalance to Asia and China-US Relations,” at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association in San Francisco in early September. Dr. Larus, a Taiwan Fellow, was the guest of honor at a dinner hosted by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in San Francisco (Taiwan consulate).

Larus Presents Paper at Asia Conference

Elizabeth Larus, Taiwan Fellow and Professor Political Science and International Affairs presented a paper, “Assessing the US Rebalance to Asia: Implications for US-China-Taiwan Trilateral Relations and Taiwan’s Strategic Choices,” at the 2015 AAS-in-Asia conference, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan in June. She also participated in the international conference Maritime Governance in the 21st Century at National Chengchi University in Taipei in late June. 

Larus Offers Lecture at National Taiwan University

Elizabeth Freund Larus, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, offered a lecture “US Rebalancing to Asia and the China Challenge,” at the International Chinese Language Program at National Taiwan University in Taipei on April 24.