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NPS Track 2 Diplomacy Stabilizes U.S.-China Strategic Relations

NPS Track 2 Diplomacy Stabilizes U.S.-China Strategic Relations
Submitted 8/18/2008 9:30:44 AM

Naval Postgraduate School Assistant Professor of National Security Affairs and Co-Director of the NPS Center for Contemporary Conflict Christopher Twomey has edited a new book, Perspectives on Sino-American Strategic Nuclear Issues, based on presentations at the third annual session of the U.S.-China Strategic Dialogue hosted by the Center in Honolulu last Nov. The Dialogues are part of “Track 2” diplomacy that Twomey and his colleagues have quietly facilitated between the U.S. and the People’s Republic of China for the past three years. Half of the paired chapters are by U.S. nuclear policy makers and academic experts including NPS faculty members, and half by active duty and retired Chinese flag officers and academicians. (Released)


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