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The events of the last three years have fundamentally altered the way mankind interacts in the scope of personal, national, and international relations. This period has forced new realities upon the international security community, straining the liberal world order, and demanding a reaction from the U.S. and its alliance network. Of primary concern to today’s decision-makers, is how recent events have shifted the fundamentals of the U.S.-China relationship. Where we are now and how the United States can work with Japan—and other allies and partners—to be competitive in preserving their shared values as regional norms are critical questions to explore.
Please join the Project 2049 Institute’s Chairman, Randall Schriver, the American Enterprise Institute’s Director of Asian Studies, Dan Blumenthal, and the Wilson Center’s Director for Geoeconomics and Indo-Pacific Enterprise, Shihoko Goto, for this timely discussion. In this livestream event, viewers will also learn about the new initiatives that Project 2049 is launching to provide policymakers the resources they need to adapt to today’s global security environment and better compete with China. We look forward to seeing you on October 6th!
SCHEDULE & SPEAKERS
2:00 pm – 2:03 pm Introduction
John Gastright Jr. President | The Project 2049 Institute
2:03 pm – 2:45 pm Panelist Discussion
Jennifer Hong (Moderator) Senior Director | The Project 2049 Institute
Director for Geoeconomics and Indo-Pacific Enterprise | Wilson Center
The Honorable Randall G. Schriver Chairman | The Project 2049 Institute
Dan Blumenthal Director of Asian Studies | American Enterprise Institute