Strategic Stability Among Asia’s Major Powers | Carnegie Tsinghua Center for Global Policy
When and Where
10:50 am - 12:20 pm
Room 307, Beijing International Convention Center
No. 8 Beichen East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing
Asia’s nuclear powers must continue to maintain regional strategic stability to prevent security tensions from escalating.
Over the past few years, security tensions the Asia-Pacific have increased, raising the question of how to ensure continued strategic stability between the world’s great powers. This region is home to five nuclear states—China, Russia, India, Pakistan, and the United States—in addition to nuclear programs in North Korea and Iran.
Carnegie–Tsinghua’s Tong Zhao will moderate a discussion between Fan Jishe, Qiu Zhenwei, Liu Chong, and Shi Jianbin about ways to mitigate conflict and prevent military escalation in one of the world’s most strategically important regions. Carnegie’s Li Bin will comment on the discussion .
Media is welcome to this event.
Tong Zhao is an associate in Carnegie’s Nuclear Policy Program based at the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy.
Fan Jishe is director of strategic policy research of the Institute of American Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Liu Chong is a deputy director at the Institute of Arms Control and Security Studies at the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations.
Qiu Zhenwei is editor of the policy journal Naval and Merchant Ships. He is an expert on Chinese military affairs and national security policy.
Shi Jianbin is an associate researcher at the China Academy of Engineering Physics. He is an expert in Chinese nuclear policy and arms control.
Li Bin is a senior associate working jointly in the Nuclear Policy Program and the Asia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.