This week on the program:
- We explore the U.S.-China relationship beginning with tensions in and around the South China Sea.
This episode is broken up into three parts:
- How did all this begin? (at the 2:58 mark)
- What’s in it for Beijing? (11:16)
- Where to go and what to know from here (24:28)
Our guests include Samantha Hoffman of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute; Elsa Kania of the Center for a New American Security; Greg Poling of the Center for Strategic and International Studies; Andrew Wilson of the U.S. Naval War College (not speaking on behalf of the Navy or the Defense Department); and Pamela Crossley of Dartmouth University.
Listen to the full conversation on Defense One: