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Chinese provocations in the South China Sea have garnered a great deal of international attention over the last 18 months, as has the Obama Administration’s response. What are America’s interests in the South China Sea, and how do they conflict with China’s? Why does it matter? Are American interests and ASEAN’s the same? How does the U.S. work with its allies to serve their common interests? Is there a constructive way forward with China on this issue or are we destined for impasse? Please, join us as we discuss these questions and others with a panel of experts uniquely qualified to provide answers.
More About the Speakers
Public Policy Scholar, Woodrow Wilson Center, and Professorial Lecturer of Southeast Asia Studies, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
Bernard “Bud” Cole
Professor, National War College
Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center, The Heritage Foundation
Director, Asian Studies Center