Hosted by the National Churchill Leadership Center.
A discussion on China’s multifaceted security, economic, and governance challenges with GW Elliot School Professor Robert Sutter.
For the past six years, the US government has reversed forty years of cooperative engagement with the Chinese government, seeking to defend America from an array of multifaceted and often very serious challenges posed by the behavior of the Chinese government. The Chinese government routinely denies the perceived challenges and foreign specialists often disagree on their scope and effect, making concerned US and foreign observers uncertain on how to assess them.
Seeking to promote discussion that will clarify understanding, this discussion will offer an explanation of what those challenges are and a perspective of their scope and implications for the United States and many other countries endangered by Chinese government practices.
Robert Sutter is Professor of Practice of International Affairs at the Elliott School of George Washington University. Justin Reash is the Program Director of the National Churchill Leadership Center and Executive Director of the International Churchill Society.
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