On June 13, USIP hosted a discussion on the challenges of U.S.-China crisis management. The conversation explored the assumptions that the United States and China hold about one other that could turn a crisis into a conflict, considered how to mitigate this possibility, and discussed previous efforts to negotiate improved communications with Beijing.
Research Analyst, Institute for Defense Analyses
Senior Faculty Specialist, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Maryland
Michael D. Swaine
Senior Research Fellow, Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft
Carla Freeman, moderator
Senior Expert, China, U.S. Institute of Peace
For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/us-china-crisis-communications-dire-straits
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