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Friday, Mar 3, 2017
by dsuchens
A new leader has just taken the helm of the world’s largest navy. Vice Admiral Shen Jinlong (沈金龙) reportedly replaced Admiral Wu Shengli (吴胜利) as PLAN Commander on January 17, 2017 (Global Times Online, January 20).
Friday, Mar 3, 2017
by dsuchens
On January 17, 2017, 71-year old Admiral Wu Shengli retired from a 41-year career culminating in nearly 11 years as commander of the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN), making him the second-longest-serving Chinese naval head in history.
Friday, Mar 3, 2017
by dsuchens
North Korea’s recent ballistic missile launch—the first to occur during the Trump administration—once again raises the question of how the United States should handle the North Korean nuclear program, and how China should fit into the equation.
Friday, Mar 3, 2017
by dsuchens
Abstract: A key organizational challenge for all modern militaries is instituting an effective command-and-control (C2) structure for joint operations. China has been a relative latecomer to joint operations, with a persistent weakness in joint C2.
Friday, Mar 3, 2017
by dsuchens
Professor Alastair Iain Johnston explains three paradoxes at the center of the new Trump administration’s approach to China and Taiwan, as part of the Fairbank Center’s new blog series on 
Thursday, Mar 2, 2017
by dsuchens
Thu, Mar 2, 2017,  4:30 pm to 6:00 pm Location:  Wallace Hall 333 Audience:  Open to the Public Speaker(s):  Sheena Chestnut Greitens, Assistant Professor of Comparative Politics University of Missouri
Thursday, Mar 2, 2017
by dsuchens
Tuesday, March 14, 2017 4:30pm  6:00pm Robertson Bowl 002
Thursday, Mar 2, 2017
by dsuchens
Mon, Mar 6, 2017, 4:30 pm Abstract:
Tuesday, Feb 28, 2017
by dsuchens
Yes and no, but China should get ready for global leadership if the U.S. further retreats from the world. Recently, a new debate has emerged within China: a debate about whether the country should assume global leadership.

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