Webinar | Taiwan: A looming crisis


Dragonfly is hosting a webinar to look at crisis scenarios in the Taiwan Strait over the next two years, their ramifications for global supply chains, as well as the impact on the wider Asia region.  

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A Chinese invasion of Taiwan is highly unlikely in 2023 and over the next few years, but a short-term security crisis in the Taiwan Strait is not. This was a central forecast contained within Strategic Outlook 2023, Dragonfly’s annual estimate of geopolitical and security risk. But how have events so far this year impacted the Taiwan issue and what would a conflict mean for international organisations and their business interests? 

In this briefing, we will cover: 

  • The recent meeting between Antony Blinken and Xi Jinping and the implications for Taiwan
  • China’s intent and capability to bring Taiwan under its full control
  • Scenarios for crisis in the Taiwan Strait in the coming few years
  • Regional and global ramifications of various scenarios, including an unintended escalation

There will also be an opportunity for you to pose questions to our panel.

The webinar will take place on Wednesday, 28 June  2023 at 0900hrs London / 1000hrs Paris / 1600hrs Singapore / 1200hrs Dubai. This briefing will be available to clients via the SIAS website as a recording following the live session. 

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Image: Landing vehicles drive on a beach during a military drill in Taoyuan on 23 March 2023. Photo by Sam Yeh/AFP via Getty Images.

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