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Jul 7, 2017 1:41pm EDT
on u.s.-china relations. panelists cover trade come military and security issues and north korea's nuclear weapons programs. this is about two 1/2 hours. >> we had five issue papers with authors for each paper or papers on each subject from the u.s. and china. we split the panels up so that this panel will address the papers on u.s. and chinese strategy and interest in the asia-pacific region, and also u.s.-china military to military issues. in the next panel will cover economics, global issues and politics. scott kennedy will share that session. we had a number of participants who helped to write the papers or joined us in study groups to review the papers so this is a representative group, claiming that anyone who is involved but some of the key authors for each of the papers were going to address in the panels. bonnie glaser, my colleague at csis and director by china project will talk about the asia-pacific papers. we're going to ask that panelists not to summarize the papers but identify between the american and chinese papers the issues of convergence, divergence and some rec
CSPAN
Jul 21, 2017 4:13pm EDT
military and economic policies impacting us china relations. panelist shared research from both the american and chinese perspective on the north korean policies, asian-pacific securi security. >> thank you very much. i am mike green senior vice president for asia and professor at georgetown. we had five issue papers with others for each paper on each subject from the us and china. we split the panels up so that this panel will address the papers on us and chinese strategy in the asian-pacific region and also us china military issues. the next panel cover economics, global issues and politics. scott kennedy will try that session. we had a number of participants who helped write the papers or who joined us in study groups to review the papers and this is a representative group with everyone involved in the key authors we will address in the panels. buddy glaser, senior advisor and director of our china project will talk about the asia-pacific papers and we will ask the panelists not to summarize the papers which identify between the american issues of convergence, divergence and some
CSPAN
Jul 6, 2017 1:04pm EDT
scholars and american think tank scholars to look at the future of this china-u.s.ip, the relationship. is meant to be very broadly scaled. it was not just one think tank working with another think tank, this was supposed to be a very broadly scaled inquiry which is part of the reason why you see the strangest publication you will ever see in a think tank, because it represents the collective work of about seven or eight institutions that came together on this project as we donated scholars and worked on it, together. this was a project that we began, last summer before the presidential election. we did not have any idea who was going to be elected. iswere looking to say what the future of this relationship, independent of a particular outcome of the election? important,t is more today because we are at a stage where we need to be thinking about the fundamentals of this relationship. i think that is what comes through. there are two sets of parallel papers. this is the publication our chinese friends produced for their papers and this is the publication of the american papers. they are
CSPAN
Jul 7, 2017 6:57am EDT
both china and the united states. but we had for each of these papers three authors on the american side, three authors on the chinese side and a group between six and 15 other experts who weighed in and on the asia pacific paper, for example, and i think this was side on our side for the military paper, there was an awful lot of consensus from experts from think tanks across the ideological and functional spell trum. it's quite interesting. between u.s. and chinese papers there were common themes, one was that we should strive to avoid becoming adversariesened that was consistent for both sides. there was a theme that we should build out patterns of cooperation between china, military asia-pacific issues and so forth. many papers concluded that the united states and china need a substantive honest and far-reaching strategic dialogue where each side doesn't cover up its fundamental interests or concerns and present thoses and go from there to see what can be done. there are obvious strategic differences and they are not difference that is can be involved with a different six-charact
CSPAN
Jul 11, 2017 11:26pm EDT
2's book tv. >>> now a decision on the domestic, military and economic policies on u.s./china relations especially on asia pacific security. this event from the strategic and international studies is two and a half hours. [ applause ] >> thank you very much. i'm mike greene the senior vice president for asia and professor at georgetown. we had five issue papers with authors for each paper or papers on each subject from the u.s. and china. we split the panels up so that this panel will address the papers on u.s. and chinese strategy and interest in the asia-pacific region, and also u.s.-china military to military issues. in the next panel will cover economics, global issues and politics. scott ken the kennedy will chair that session. we had a number of participants who helped to write the papers or joined us in study groups to review the papers so this is a representative group, clearly not everyone who was involved but some of the key authors for each of the papers we're going to address in the panels. bonnie glaser, my colleague at csis and director by china power project wil
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)