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Decision 2020

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Thursday, October 8, 2020

The purpose of this portal is to host articles and provide links to content written by Hoover fellows that pertain to the prominent ideas of the 2020 presidential election.

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Covert Deception, Strategic Fraud, And The Rule Of Prohibited Intervention

by Gary P. Cornvia Aegis Paper Series
Friday, September 18, 2020

The Digital Revolution and the evolution of the information environment have ushered in an unprecedented era of information conflict, with revisionist states using hostile, disinformation-based influence campaigns to subvert democratic governance and the rule of law. International law has struggled to keep pace. This essay argues for an interpretation of international law that would consider strategic, covert deception as a form of prohibited coercion in violation of the rule of nonintervention.

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Vice President Chen Chien-jen, Taiwan (ROC): Taiwan And The COVID-19 Pandemic

via The Hoover Project on Taiwan in the Indo-Pacific
Thursday, May 7, 2020

Taiwan, a robust democracy, has achieved international recognition for its remarkably successful response to the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Chen Chien-jen, Vice President of Taiwan (ROC), discusses the factors that have contributed to this success, and Taiwan’s efforts to engage with the international community to share its experiences and alleviate shortages of medical supplies. This lecture is part of the Hoover Project on Taiwan in the Indo-Pacific Region.

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Mung Chiang: The Taiwan Model - Freedom As A Compass For Technology

via The Hoover Project on Taiwan in the Indo-Pacific
Thursday, May 7, 2020

"Sometime in Fall 2019 and somewhere inside Wuhan in Hubei Province of PRC, the SARS-Cov-2 virus started spreading. Today, the world is still looking for truths about the origin, timeline, and death toll in PRC." Mung Chiang, Science and Technology Adviser to the Secretary, gave remarks at the Hoover Institution on May 7, 2020.

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Jonathan Moore: Taiwan and the COVID-19 Pandemic - Lessons for the World

via The Hoover Project on Taiwan in the Indo-Pacific
Thursday, May 7, 2020

"Global health security is vital, and the United States recognizes this. The United States values its cooperation with Taiwan on health issues, especially through the U.S.-Taiwan Global Cooperation and Training Framework under the American Institute in Taiwan and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office."  Jonathan Moore, Principle Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, gave remarks at the Hoover Institution on May 7, 2020.

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Michael Auslin And Lanhee Chen: COVID-19, China And The Political Fallout 

Thursday, April 2, 2020
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A Hoover Virtual Policy Briefing with Michael Auslin and Lanhee Chen: COVID-19, China and the Political Fallout.
Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 11AM PT/ 2PM ET.

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The Mediterranean: Britain’s Lake, America’s Burden, and U.S. Strategic Thought

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Friday, January 10, 2020

The salient point about U.S. strategic thought and the Mediterranean is that, for most of our history, we didn’t think about it. Between our feud with the Barbary pirates and our World War II engagement in that wine-dark sea, we accepted that the Med was a British lake, in which the Royal Navy would guarantee security for trade and wartime dominance. From the Seven Years’ War onward, and despite Napoleon’s ambitions, Britain remained master of the Mediterranean—the importance of which soared higher still in 1869, with the opening of the Suez Canal, the new short-cut and soon-to-become-lifeline to vast British India.