ABSTRACT

Security Issues: Strategic Perceptions, U.S.-China Security Review Commission, August 3, 2001   [open pdf - 554KB]

"The Commission met in Room 124, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C., at 9:07 a.m., Kenneth Lewis (Hearing Co-Chairman), presiding. [...] Today, the Commission's focus is on national security matters. It is an important hearing as it will assist us to better understand multilevel and significant national security issues inherent in the U.S.-China relationship. We have assembled today two extremely competent panels and we hope to learn what these experts believe are the critical national security issues associated with the very complex U.S.-China relationship. The two panels are, in the morning, Dr. Michael Pills-bury and Timothy Thomas, and in the afternoon, Larry Wortzel, Bates Gill, and Richard Fisher. We will hear what these experts believe are Chinese perceptions of the United States and how these perceptions color the broad-based U.S.-China relationship."

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2001-08-03
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