Meeting the Challenges of an Emerging China
The Center for Security Studies and the Center for Asymmetric Warfare hosted a roundtable discussion on "Meeting the Challenges of an Emerging China." Introduced by Dean Robert L. Gallucci, panelists included: Georgetown's Robert Sutter, and the Brookings Institution's Jeffrey Bader. The second panel included Ronald O'Rourke of the Congressional Research Serivce and Christopher Thomey of the Naval Postgraduate School. The final panel featured Kurt Campbell of the Center for a New American Security and Commander James Fanell of the Office of Naval Intelligence.
First Panel Discussion: "Drivers of China's Security Strategy"
Moderator: Robert L. Gallucci, Dean, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
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Robert Sutter: Visiting Professor of Asian Studies, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University.
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Jeffrey Bader: Director of the John L. Thornton China Center, The Brookings Institution
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Second Panel Discussion: China's Military Effectiveness
Moderator: Dr. Carol Evans, Center for Asymmetric Warfare
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Ronald O'Rourke: Congressional Research Service
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Christopher Thomey: Naval Postgraduate School
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Third Panel Discussion: The U.S. Policy Response
Moderator: Daniel L. Byman, Center for Security Studies, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University.
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Kurt Campbell, Center for a New American Security
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James Fanell, Office of Naval Intelligence, U.S. Navy
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Closing Remarks: Dr. David Banks, Center for Asymmetric Warfare
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