Cultural and Area Studies Panel Discusses Key Issues in China-U.S. Relations

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Source: Dan Neal, The Army University Public Affairs Office,
Source: Dan Neal, The Army University Public Affairs Office,

November 17, 2023 | Originally published by U.S. Army on November 9, 2023

FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. – When discussing national security, it is not uncommon to examine India in comparison to China as a rising power in the Indo-Pacific. In the second Cultural and Area Studies panel of the 2023 academic year and 11th of 2022-2023, the impact of India as a rising power, the history of the US and China’s counter-strategic stances, and basic blockades to a U.S.-China relationship were examined by a panel of experts in each area during the event held November 2.

The panel included Mr. Michael Kugelman, Director of the South Asia Institute, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; Dr. Megan Greene, Professor of modern Chinese history, Department of History, the University of Kansas; and Mr. Terry Mobley, Diplomacy Chair, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, a career foreign service officer, U.S. Department of State.

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