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Reality Check: Chinese Military Spending in Context and Alternatives to a Bloated U.S. Defense Budget

Sponsor: Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

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Reality Check: Chinese Military Spending in Context and Alternatives to a Bloated U.S. Defense Budget
Reality Check: Chinese Military Spending in Context and Alternatives to a Bloated U.S. Defense Budget

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Jan 31, 2024, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

https://events.brown.edu/watson-internation

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VIRTUAL WEBINAR: Reality Check: Chinese Military Spending in Context and Alternatives to a Bloated U.S. Defense Budget

Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST

Sponsor: Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Location: Webinar

Link: Register here

Cost: Free

In a “reality check” conversation on the United States’ and China’s  military budgets, a panel of experts will discuss the Costs of War  project’s latest report, “Chinese Military Spending in Context,” written by William D. Hartung of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft. The report author will be joined by Luo Shuxian, assistant professor in the Department of Asian Studies at the University of Hawaii, Mānoa, and Rorry Daniels,  Managing Director of the Asia Society Policy Institute, to offer  recommendations on peaceful alternatives to escalating rhetoric, naval  buildup, and bloated military spending.

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