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China’s Expanding Strategic Ambitions
The National Bureau of Asian Research and the GW Sigur Center for Asian Studies present an all-day confernece on China's strategic ambitions.
NBR invites you to join us for a discussion and luncheon on China’s rise and the international order to mark the release of the eighteenth volume in the Strategic Asia series: Strategic Asia 2019: China’s Expanding Strategic Ambitions, edited by Ashley J. Tellis, Alison Szalwinski, and Michael Wills.
This event will feature remarks by Strategic Asia research director, Ashley J. Tellis, as well as two panels of Strategic Asia authors discussing China’s regional geographic ambitions, and China’s influence on international rules and order. The panels will be followed by a luncheon and keynote remarks by Assistant Secretary of Defense, Randall Schriver.
9:30 AM – 10:00 AM Registration
Randall G. Schriver – Department of Defense | Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs
Ashley J. Tellis – Carnegie Endowment for International Peace | Strategic Asia Research Director
Samantha Custer – AidData | College of William & Mary
Patricia Kim – United States Institute for Peace
Elizabeth Wishnick – Montclair State University
Joel Wuthnow – National Defense University