2021 Peace and War Summit: On the Path to Conflict? Scrutinizing U.S.-China Rivalry - Session I: China-Russia Military Cooperation and U.S.-China Rivalry

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 10:00am to 11:00am

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The Peace and War Summit at Norwich University, America’s oldest private military college and birthplace of the Reserved Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC), examines significant international issues in order to recommend viable solutions. The inaugural Summit, a two-day event, addressed North Korea’s nuclear and missile challenges in September 2018. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the 2nd Summit will be held virtually, and it will deal with a most challenging issue in the current global community—escalation of the U.S.-China rivalry. Specifically, the Summit will highlight challenges derived from military/security, economic, and technological angles.  

                      Welcome remarks: Dr. Karen Hinkle (Norwich University)  

                        Moderator: Dr. Yangmo Ku (Norwich University) 

                        Presenter: Dr. Lyle Goldstein (Naval War College)  

                        Presenter: Dr. Vitaly Kozyrev (Endicott College)  

In the light of growing tensions in the Asia-Pacific, the recently enhanced military cooperation between China and Russia has set new parameters for U.S. strategic planning and alliance-building in the region. This presentation examines the current stage of strategic partnership between Beijing and Moscow in the sphere of defense and security and lays out some options for the Biden administration to address potential shifts in regional balance of military power.   

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