Kissinger Institute on Security Challenges in East Asia

Just received this little treasure from the Kissinger Institute. You will notice that in the discussion of “Security Challenges in East Asia” climate change is not mentioned one time. What planet do these people think they are living on? If these so-called “security experts” keep leaving climate change out of their discussions, I am going to have to ask that they resign their positions due to their incompetence. Do you think I am kidding?

 

 

Kissinger Institute | Wilson Center

Security Challenges in East Asia

The National Committee on American Foreign Policy (NCAFP) in collaboration with the Wilson Center’s Kissinger Institute on China and the United States and Asia Program invite you to a public briefing on Security Challenges in East Asia based on recent high-level meetings in Taipei, Beijing, Seoul and Tokyo.

Issues that will be addressed include: Cross-strait relations in light of the January 2016 Taiwan presidential elections; prospects for managing frictions in U.S.-China relations; the North Korea nuclear issue;and the state of Sino-Japanese relations.

Speakers

Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy
Distinguished Scholar, Kissinger Institute
Gerald Curtis
Burgess Professor of Political Science, Columbia University
Evans Revere
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Center for East Asia Policy Studies, The Brookings Institution
Rear Admiral Michael McDevitt
Senior Fellow, Center for Naval Analyses

Moderator

Donald Zagoria
Senior Vice President, National Committee on American Foreign Policy

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Monday, November 9, 2015
2:30 PM4:00 PM

6th Floor Auditorium, The Wilson Center

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Wilson Center
Ronald Reagan Building and
International Trade Center
One Woodrow Wilson Plaza
1300 Pennsylvania, Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20004

Phone: 202.691.4000

china@wilsoncenter.org

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