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China, the United States, and Strategic Change in Asia: Portents and Possibilities

Jonathan Pollack from Naval War College speaks on U.S. -China foreign policy and strategic changes in Asia.

November 17, 2006 12:00am

Nov. 17, 2006, 3-4:30 pm
USCUniversity Club Pub Room
Reception to follow

Jonathan D. Pollack is Professor of Asian and Pacific Studies and Chairman of the Asia-Pacific Studies Group at the U.S. Naval War College. His major research interests include: Chinese national security strategy; U.S-China relations; East Asian international politics; Chinese policy making; U.S. foreign policy and defense strategy; Korean politics and foreign policy; and East Asian technological and military development.

Dr. Pollack is presently completing a major project on crucial strategy and policy issues facing the United States in East Asia, drawing on the results of three international conferences funded under a multi-year grant. He edited and contributed to Strategic Surprise? U.S.-China Relations in the Early 21st Century (2004), Korea-The East Asian Pivot (2006), and Asia Eyes America: Regional Responses to U.S. Defense and Foreign Policy (2007). He is the author of numerous reports, research monographs, and journal articles. Among his single-authored studies is Chinese Military Power and American Security Interests (2000).