The Defense Education Forum (DEF) of the Reserve Officers Association (ROA) and the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI), invite you to the following event:
China's Periphery and International Relations in Asia
China’s long-term rise and its recent international assertiveness have made long-standing and recently emerging issues of relations along China’s periphery matters of pressing international concern. The rapid development that has provided the material underpinnings for China’s rapid rise as a regional power has been fueled partly by economic integration along China’s periphery. Foreign investment flows, integration in a regional supply chain that feeds global markets and burgeoning intraregional trade have made Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan and other states in East Asia key participants in China’s rise and eroded the economic significance of political borders in the region. This conference will address this complex cluster of issues through
papers and panels, each of which will be organized along geographic
lines but will also have a distinct analytical focus on the issues most
germane to the region.
||This event features multiple panels. View the full agenda for detailed speaker information.
||Friday, November 4, 2011
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
||ROA's Minuteman Memorial Building
5th Floor Ballroom
1 Constitution Ave. NE
Washington, DC 20002
Directions to ROA
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