To understand the rising crisis in the East China Sea, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week will be Christopher David Yung of the National Defense University’s Institute for National Strategic Studies, a senior analyst on the PRC. Together, they will try and lay out exactly what is happening in the East China Sea, and try to explain what the possible future actions of the various conflicting nations might be. Listeners are encouraged to call in and ask questions, along with expressing their own opinions on the emerging crisis.
On Friday, October 25, the Center for a New American Security hosted a half-day experts’ conference, jointly organized with the Japan Institute of International Affairs, on the strategic choices facing China, Japan, and the United States in East Asia entitled, “The Shifting Military Balance in East Asia: Strategic Choices Facing China, Japan and the United States.” Participants in this session included: The Honorable Dr. Patrick M. Cronin, Senior Advisor and Senior Director, Asia-Pacific Security Program, Center for a New American Security; Dr. James Przystup, Senior Fellow, Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University; Tetsuo Kotani, Research Fellow, Japan Institute of International Affairs; Bonnie S. Glaser, Senior Adviser for Asia, Freeman Chair in China Studies and Senior Associate, Pacific Forum; Center for Strategic and International Studies; Dr. Christopher Yung, Senior Fellow, Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University; Paul S. Giarra, President, Global Strategies and Transformation; and Komei Isozaki, Visiting Fellow from Ministry of Defense of Japan, Center for Strategic and International Studies.
CCTV AMERICA, is the American arm of China Central Television of Beijing. Based in Washington D.C
Panelists talked about the political, economic, and foreign policy direction China might take as a new regime was to take control November 8, 2012, for the upcoming decade. The panelists responded to questions from members of the audience.
PEOPLE IN THIS VIDEO
- Dean Cheng
Research FellowHeritage Foundation->Asian Studies
- John Edward Hilboldt
DirectorHeritage Foundation->Lectures and Seminars
- Cheng Li
Senior Fellow and Research DirectorBrookings Institution->Thornton (John L.) China Center
- Walter Lohman
DirectorHeritage Foundation->Asian Studies Center
- Christopher Yung
Senior Research FellowInstitute for National Strategic Studies at the National Defense University->Center for the Study of Chinese Military Affairs
TITLE: Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month: Leadership to Meet the Challenges of a Changing World
SPEAKER: Christopher Yung, Kurt Chew-Een Lee, Peter Young, John Whang
EVENT DATE: 2010/05/25
RUNNING TIME: 90 minutes
The Veterans History Project (VHP) at the Library of Congress American Folklife Center sponsored a panel discussion honoring Asian-Pacific American veterans. This discussion explored the service experience of Asian-Pacific Americans.
Speaker Biography: Dr. Yung is a Senior Research Fellow for CSCMA, the Institute for National Strategic Studies (INSS) at National Defense University.
Speaker Biography: Marine Major Kurt Chew-Een Lee USMC (ret) is a Navy Cross Recipient, Korean War. Major Lee is a “three war Marine”, a veteran of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam.
Speaker Biography: Army Specialist Peter Young is Chief of the Asian Divison at the Library of Congress. Young received a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts from the College of Wooster and a master’s degree in library science from Columbia University’s School of Library Science. He served as a film-library specialist with the U.S. Army’s 25th Infantry Division (1968-1970) and was awarded three bronze star medals for meritorious achievement directing a Special Service Library in Chu Chi, Vietnam.
Speaker Biography: Capt. John Whang, Marine Corps, was recently featured in Fortune Magazine as the New Warrior Elite. Whang is a Naval Academy grad and former Marine captain who served three tours in Iraq. Whang is currently a financial analyst at Northrop Grumman.