“Active Defense: China’s Military Strategy Since 1949” - MIT Professor & CWP Alumni - Taylor Fravel

Thu, Mar 29, 2018, 4:30 pm

Lecture: Since 1949, China has adopted nine national military strategies, known as “strategic guidelines.” The strategies adopted in 1956, 1980, an

Location: Robertson Hall Bowl 001
Audience: Open to the Public

Abraham Denmark - Wilson Center - "Beyond Nationalism: Considering a Chinese World Order"

Wed, Apr 18, 2018, 4:30 pm


Location: Robertson Hall Bowl 001
Audience: Open to the Public

Maria Adele Carrai - CWP Fellow - "China and it’s role in globalization and influence in the world today"

Wed, May 9, 2018, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm




Location: New York City

The Beijing Dissensus: China's Continuing Foreign Policy Debate

Wed, Apr 27, 2011, 4:30 pm

Jonathan D. PollockChina's official foreign policy continues to reiterate policies first enunciated by Deng Xiaoping, but a cacophany of voices and views is ever more apparent within China. This seminar will explore some of the alternative visions of Chinese foreign policy; assess their potential effects on policy making; and weigh some of their possible implications for US-China relations.

Jonathan D. Pollack is a senior fellow with the John L. Thornton China Center. Before his appointment at Brookings, he was professor of Asian and Pacific Studies and chairman of the Asia-Pacific Studies Group at the Naval War College. He is also a research associate in the National Asia Research Program of the National Bureau of Asian Research and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Prior to joining the War College faculty he was affiliated with the Rand Corporation, where he served in various research and senior management capacities. He has taught at Brandeis University, the Rand Graduate School of Policy Studies, UCLA, as well as at the Naval War College. A specialist on East Asian international politics and security, he has published extensively on Chinese political-military strategy, U.S.-China relations, the political and security dynamics of the Korean Peninsula, and U.S. strategy and policy in Asia and the Pacific. His latest study is No Exit: North Korea, Nuclear Weapons, and International Security, to be published in 2010 by Routledge for the International Institute for Strategic Studies.


Robertson Hall, Bowl 1
Open to the Public