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U.S.–China Relations under the New U.S. Administration

A Roundtable Discussion with Admiral Jonathan W. Greenert


On March 9, 2017, NBR’s John M. Shalikashvili Chair in National Security Studies, with the generous sponsorship of William Rademaker, Jr., presented a roundtable discussion with Admiral Jonathan W. Greenert, the current holder of the Shali Chair. Admiral Greenert’s presentation on U.S.-China relations under the new administration was followed by commentary from NBR staff.

The invitation-only event, held at NBR’s Seattle headquarters, drew participants from diplomatic, academic, military, and corporate communities, including members of NBR’s board of directors.

Agenda

INTRODUCTION

Richard J. Ellings, President, The National Bureau of Asian Research


PRESENTATION

U.S.–China Relations under the New U.S. Administration

Admiral Jonathan W. Greenert , 30th U.S. Chief of Naval Operations; John M. Shalikasvili Chair in National Security Studies, The National Bureau of Asian Research


COMMENTARIES

Roy Kamphausen, Senior Vice President, The National Bureau of Asian Research

William McCahill, Senior Fellow, The National Bureau of Asian Research

Tabitha Mallory, Fellow, The National Bureau of Asian Research


DISCUSSION


Admiral Greenert delivers his presentation on U.S.-China relations under the new U.S. administration.

Roundtable attendees included representation from Seattle’s diplomatic, academic, military, and corporate communities.

About the Shali Chair

NBR endowed the John M. Shalikashvili Chair in National Security Studies in April 2006 to honor General Shalikashvili for his 39 years of military service to our nation that culminated in his role as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for his leadership on the NBR Board of Directors, and for his role as Senior Advisor to NBR’s Strategic Asia Program. The Chair provides a platform for a distinguished practitioner in the national security field to inform, strengthen, and shape the understanding of U.S. policymakers on critical current and long-term national security issues related to the Asia-Pacific. Learn more.

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