03 May 2010

Naval War College Discusses Chinese and American Maritime Challenges

Chris Boardman, Naval War College Discusses Chinese and American Maritime Challenges,” Newport ABC 6, 30 April 2010.

NEWPORT, R.I. (April 30, 2010) – The China Maritime Studies Institute (CMSI) at the Naval War College is presenting a conference, May 4-5, entitled “Chinese and American Approaches to Non-Traditional Security Challenges: Implications for the Maritime Domain.”

Media are invited to cover this annual conference that serves to continue a dialogue among Chinese and American specialists regarding the development of cooperation in the maritime domain.

Panels will focus on non-traditional security challenges, peacekeeping and stability operations, counterpiracy and counterterrorism, humanitarian activities and disaster relief, and opportunities for enhanced Chinese-American maritime cooperation.

The conference derives its objective from the October 2007 Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower goal to “foster and sustain cooperative relationships with more international partners” and seeks to create the intellectual framework for further enhanced U.S.-China maritime cooperation.

For more information about CMSI and the conference agenda click on the following link.