Security cannot be an afterthought in the development of emerging technologies, it has to be the foundation. Just as we cannot have a vibrant economy without physical security, so too we cannot have a dynamic digital economy without network security. | OT-1929 | May 28, 2019
Remarks by AIT Director Brent Christensen at GCTF Workshop on Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis | OT-1925 | April 30, 2019
The United States and Taiwan have extensive cooperation when it comes to women’s economic empowerment. We each have contributed funding to the APEC sub-fund on women’s empowerment… | OT-1923E | April 17, 2019
Today’s workshop is the second one we’ve held under the GCTF focused on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, highlighting our belief that Taiwan is a regional leader in disaster prevention and response. | OT-1845E | December 14, 2018
AIT co-hosted with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) and the National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction (NCDR) under the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) the Global Cooperation and Training Framework (GCTF) International Workshop on Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief. | PR-1849E | December 14, 2018
When it comes to empowering women to not only participate in the political process, but to lead it, Taiwan truly stands out as a model to us all. | OT-1844E | December 10, 2018
At a time of democratic backsliding and human rights abuses elsewhere in the Indo-Pacific region, Taiwan serves as an invaluable model to others. And given the challenges we all face, it is especially important that democracies like Taiwan and the United States stand together in promoting a brighter future, free of repression, censorship, and exploitation. ...
The United States is grappling with the spread of disinformation, particularly as foreign actors seek to use social media to interfere in our elections, divide the American public, and undermine confidence in our democratic institutions. Taiwan is also on the frontlines, and we all have much to learn from Taiwan about how to marshal our ...
AIT Director Christensen gives remarks at GCTF’s Transnational Crime and Forensic Science Workshop [
“I can’t think of a better, more important way to spend the coming years than to continue to strengthen the partnership and friendship between the United States and Taiwan… I believe that the United States and Taiwan not only have much to share with one another, but also have much to share with other countries ...
As we kick off this GCTF program, featuring 26 participants from 16 countries, I am positive that you will all come to see Taiwan as a hub of law enforcement expertise, a reliable partner, and a force for good in the world. | OT-1821E | August 14, 2018
AIT Director Kin Moy: We consider Taiwan to be a vital partner, a democratic success story, and a force for good in the world. And these programs demonstrate why Taiwan should be welcomed as part of the solution to global challenges, given its own significant experience overcoming many of these same issues. | OT-1805E | ...
Remarks by AIT Acting Director Robert Forden at the Global Cooperation and Training Framework Worksh
Closing this “digital divide” is not just a question of social fairness, it is also smart economics. There is no denying that the global economy and society are moving increasingly on-line. | OT-1722E | November 8, 2017
Remarks by AIT Director Kin Moy at the Opening Ceremony of GCTF Workshop: Building a Bright Future f
AIT Director Moy: The combination of digital platforms and women tech entrepreneur empowerment has the potential to lift millions of women out of poverty and change the culture of our tech businesses in positive ways all while bringing much needed goods and services to consumers around the world. | OT-1721 | November 14, 2017
AIT Director Kin Moy: Given this tremendous capability, it makes perfect sense for the United States and Taiwan to partner together, with each of you here today, to bolster our ability to respond to disasters whenever and wherever they occur. | OT-1712E | Date: 07/05/2017
Remarks by AIT Chairman James Moriarty at the Global Cooperation and Training Framework Mosquito-bor
We consider GCTF one of the signature programs in the U.S.-Taiwan relationship, built on our long history of strong cooperation. | OT-1707E | Date: 04/25/2017
AIT Director Kin Moy: Once again, the United States and Taiwan are partnering under the GCTF, with all of you here today, to address a pressing regional and global threat. | OT-1706E | Date: 04/25/2017
PR-1663E | Date: 11/16/2016 The second U.S.-Taiwan Global Cooperation and Training Framework (GCTF) Joint Committee meeting was held in Taipei on November 15, 2016.
Remarks by AIT Deputy Director Robert Forden at the GCTF E-Commerce Workshop International Cooperati
OT-1619E | Date: 10/05/2016 The GCTF is a vehicle for the United States and Taiwan to jointly address emerging global and regional challenges by providing training to colleagues and experts from around the Asia-Pacific region.
Remarks by Ambassador Matthew J. Matthews Deputy Assistant Secretary and U.S. Senior Official for AP
OT-1608E | Date: 06/16/2016 Today’s forum provides an opportunity for countries throughout the region to come together to jointly work on challenges. As Acting Director Forden noted, the United States is a global leader in energy, and we take a particular interest in energy policy as it relates to the Asia Pacific region.
PR-1620E | Date: 04/13/2016 AIT Director Kin Moy attended the opening ceremony of the International Training Workshop on Laboratory Diagnosis for Zika on April 13, 2016.
Remarks by Assistant Secretary of State Charles H. Rivkin at Global Cooperation Training Framework (
OT-1510E | Date: 06/01/2015 U.S.-Taiwan Global Cooperation and Training Framework Agreement will enhance our joint engagement in the Asia Pacific region and the world.
Remarks by AIT Director Christopher J. Marut at the “Global Cooperation Training Framework” MOU Sign
OT-1509E | Date: 06/01/2015 This Framework will institutionalize and serve as a platform for expanding U.S.-Taiwan relations: cooperation on regional and global issues.
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