China's ambitions are seemingly limitless. Early phases of the multi-nation "One Belt One Road" trading infrastructure reveal that China may intend to establish itself as the fulcrum of a new international trading system, which could enmesh participating countries in debt traps with Beijing gaining critical installations as collateral collections. China's geopolitical relations with Japan and North Korea are of vital interest to the United States. China's designs on islands in the South and East China Seas continue to escalate, now challenging territory claimed by Japan, Viet Nam, Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia. What is the range of possible U.S. responses?
Sadanand Dhume, Resident Fellow, AEI
June Teufel Dreyer, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Miami
Moderator: Karen Lugo, Founder, Libertas-West Project
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