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May 26

Power Player: China's Quest for Energy

Location: The Heritage Foundation's Allison Auditorium

As its manufacturing base continues to expand rapidly, China has become a major importer of petroleum products and other strategic minerals. In 2003, China surpassed Japan to become the world's second largest energy consumer. Chinese energy demand continues to grow. China's thirst for energy is taking Beijing into areas where it previously kept a low profile - Central Asia, Latin America, Africa and above all, the Middle East. China now has strong energy ties with Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Venezuela, all countries that the United States considers either strategically important or highly troublesome. Please join us for a discussion on the implications of China's global search for energy security.

More About the Speakers

Ilan Berman
Vice President for Policy,
American Foreign Policy Council

Ariel Cohen
Senior Research Fellow, Russian and Eurasia Affairs and International Energy Security,
The Heritage Foundation

R. Evan Ellis
Booz, Allen, Hamilton

Gal Luft
Executive Director,
Institute for the Analysis of Global Security

Hosted By

Harvey Feldman Harvey Feldman

Distinguished Fellow in China Policy Read More