Recent Trajectory, Implications, and Outlook
On March 23, 2017, NBR in partnership with the Sigur Center for Asian Studies hosted a public seminar on the recent trajectory, outlook, and implications of Russia-China cooperation.
The event featured a presentation by Robert Sutter (Elliott School of International Affairs) on the preliminary findings of an in-depth examination that NBR is conducting on the contemporary Russia-China relationship and its implications for U.S. interests. Immediately following this was a discussion of issues and recommendations by expert commentators on the implications of Russia-China relations for U.S. national security interests, U.S.-China relations, U.S.-Russia relations, and for Japan and Northeast Asia. The event concluded with a Q&A session, providing ample time for audience members to offer their insights and recommendations.
Tiffany Ma, Senior Director for Political and Security Affairs, The National Bureau of Asian Research
Sino-Russian Cooperation: Findings, Implications and Outlook
Robert Sutter, Professor of Practice of International Affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University
China’s Perspective on Russia-China Relations and Implications for China-U.S. Relations
Yun Sun, Senior Associate, Stimson Center
Russia’s Perspective on Russia-China Relations and Implications for U.S.-Russia Relations
Henry Hale, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University
Russia-China Cooperation, U.S. National Security and the Intelligence Community
Paul Heer, Former National Intelligence Officer for East Asia, Office of the Director for National Intelligence
The Implications of Sino-Russian Cooperation for Japan and U.S.-Japan Relations
Michael Yahuda, Professor Emeritus, the London School of Economics; Visiting Scholar, the Sigur Center for Asian Studies