Speaker - Robert Sutter

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Robert Sutter, on the faculty in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, is one of America's leading authorities on US-Asian relations, Chinese foreign policy, and the role of Congress in U.S. foreign policymaking. Prior to joining the faculty at Georgetown, Dr. Sutter served for many years as the senior China analyst of the Congressional Research Service (CRS) and as the National Intelligence Officer for East Asia in the U.S. National Intelligence Council. Among many other events, he analyzed China's initial opening to the West in 1968-69 and helped to draft the Taiwan Relations Act of 1979. Dr. Sutter seeks to mediate extremist views on all sides of the US-China relationship. Among his publications are China's Rise: Implications for US Leadership in Asia and the forthcoming China's Foreign Relations after the Cold War. Dr. Sutter received a doctorate in History and East Asian languages from Harvard University.

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Reframing the China Debate: China's Role in Asia

04.20.07 | 01:27:30 min | 0 comments