Contemporary China Speakers Series: “Just How ‘Strategic’ is China’s National Security Strategy, Anyway?”—October 11

The Paulson Institute and Chicago Harris invite you to join our lecture and discussion series on contemporary China.


Just How ‘Strategic’ is China’s National Security Strategy, Anyway?

Peter Mattis
Fellow, China Program, The Jamestown Foundation

Peter Mattis is a Fellow in the China Program at The Jamestown Foundation, where he served as editor of the foundation’s China Brief, a biweekly electronic journal on greater China, from 2011 to 2013. He previously worked in the U.S. Government and the National Bureau of Asian Research. Mr. Mattis regularly contributes to The National Interest and China Brief, and his writing also has appeared in the Taipei Times, the East-West Center’s Asia-Pacific Bulletin, The Diplomat, War on the Rocks, the Asia Society’s ChinaFile, the International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, Studies in Intelligence, and the Washington Journal of Modern China. His views have appeared in Defense News, Christian Science Monitor, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Sydney Morning Herald, UPI, BBC, and National Public Radio. Mr. Mattis received his M.A. in Security Studies from Georgetown University and earned B.A.s in Political Science and Asian Studies from the University of Washington in Seattle. He also studied Chinese language, history, and security policy at Tsinghua University in Beijing. He is the author of Analyzing the Chinese Military: A Review Essay and Resource Guide on the People’s Liberation Army (2015).

Moderated by Evan Feigenbaum,
Vice Chairman of the Paulson Institute

Tuesday, October 11, 2016
12:00 – 1:15 p.m.
The Quadrangle Club, Library
1155 East 57th Street
Chicago, IL 60637

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Box lunches will be provided to registered students.
Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.