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Asymmetrical Defense: An Option for Taiwan October 3rd Event

Asymmetrical warfare is one of the oldest forms of warfare. Adversaries use technology, tactics, and a host of strategies to seek and exploit their opponents’ vulnerabilities. On October 3, a Hudson Institute event will evaluate the advantages Taiwan could gain from asymmetrical approaches that leverage its geography, technological skill, and other innate features to enhance its defense.

Hudson Senior Fellow Seth Cropsey will moderate a panel that includes Rear Admiral Thomas Brown (USN, ret.), Bryan Clark of the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, and Martin Murphy, a visiting fellow at the Corbett Centre for Maritime Policy Studies at King’s College, London.

View Mr. Clark’s slides.

View RADM Brown’s slides.

Martin Murphy Speaker

Visiting Fellow, Corbett Centre for Maritime Policy Studies, King’s College London

Bryan Clark Speaker

Senior Fellow, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments

Seth Cropsey Moderator

Senior Fellow & Director, Center for American Seapower, Hudson Institute

Rear Admiral Thomas Brown (USN, ret.) Speaker

President of GVP Global Corporation and former Commander, Special Operations Command SOUTH

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