"Cooperation and Competition: China and the Asia-Pacific," a roundtable discussion hosted at the CNAS Fifth Annual Conference on June 2, 2011, featured: David E. Sanger, Chief Washington Correspondent of The New York Times; Dr. Bernard D. Cole, Professor of International History at the National War College; Dr. Patrick Cronin, CNAS Senior Advisor and Senior Fellow; Admiral Patrick M. Walsh, USN, Commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet; and Dr. Douglas Paal, Vice President for Studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. You may read the transcript of the discussion here.
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