U.S.-China-Russia Trilateral Security Relations | Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy


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  • 05/12/2014
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

  • Unisplendour International Center
    zhongguancun east road 1, haidian district
    Beijing
    China
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U.S.-China-Russia Trilateral Security Relations | Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy

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***PLEASE REGISTER*** Richard Weitz, Director of the Center for Political-Military Analysis at the Hudson Institute will use Ukraine as a vantage point to describe the current dimensions of U.S.-China-Russia trilateral security relations and assess the potential for nuclear conflict and international cooperation. Afterward, Tong Zhao will moderate a discussion.

Friday, December 5, 10am-12pm
“U.S.-China-Russia Trilateral Security Relations”
Richard Weitz, Director, Center for Political-Military Analysis at the Hudson Institute
Tong Zhao, Associate, Nuclear Policy Program at Carnegie-Tsinghua
Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy
Unisplendour International Center | Free | Open to Public | Registration

Washington, Beijing, and Moscow hold dissimilar and sometimes opposing views on several security issues, including precision-guided conventional weapon systems, ballistic missile defense, and tactical nuclear weapons. Russia insists that deepening global arms control requires a more multilateral approach and both Moscow and Beijing remain wary of emerging U.S. conventional prompt global strike weapons. The conflict in Ukraine and the chill in U.S.-Russian relations have further complicated cooperation on security matters.

Richard Weitz will use Ukraine as a vantage point to describe the current dimensions of U.S.-China-Russia trilateral security relations and assess the potential for nuclear conflict and international cooperation. Afterward, Tong Zhao will moderate a discussion.

Richard Weitz is a senior fellow and director of the Center for Political-Military Analysis at the Hudson Institute. His current research covers regional security developments in Europe, Eurasia, and East Asia as well as U.S. foreign and defense policy. Weitz is also an expert at the global consulting network Wikistrat and a non-resident adjunct senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security.

Tong Zhao is an associate in Carnegie’s Nuclear Policy Program based at the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy. His research focuses on strategic security issues, including nuclear arms control, nonproliferation, missile defense, strategic stability, and China’s security and foreign policy.

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