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As global attention is currently focused on the Russian-Ukrainian border, decision-makers in Beijing, Taipei, and Washington are trying to better understand how the recent crisis in Europe will affect their adversaries' perceptions and calculations in regard to their current cross-strait strategies.
While neither Russia nor Ukraine have any play in the longstanding conflict between China and Taiwan, the US response to the current crisis and the impact the crisis will have on American resources is being studied and analyzed in Beijing with great attention, and many experts believe it will have an impact on the decisions to be made by China, the US, and Taiwan.
About the Simulation
In a simulation, that was designed in collaboration with Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow, and Director of the Center for Political-Military Analysis at Hudson Institute,
30 leading experts will explore how the Russia-Ukraine crisis, and the responses to it from the US, will impact China's cross-strait strategy.
In the exercise, four different scenarios will be simulated, assessing the outcomes of a successful Russian invasion as opposed to an unsuccessful one, as well as a soft American response to it versus a harsh one.
4 Strategic Scenarios
Participation in this online simulation is highly flexible. During the four days of the simulation (February 22-25),
you can participate at any time, from the comfort of your home.
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