“Rocks and Rules: America and the South China Sea”

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Add to Calendar 2020-10-21 12:00:00 2020-10-21 13:30:00 “Rocks and Rules: America and the South China Sea” “Rocks and Rules: America and the South China Sea” What: The Center for the Study of Democracy and the Patuxent Partnership are pleased to welcome Gregory B. Poling to deliver a public lecture on US-China relations and maritime policy in the South China Sea. Mr. Poling, an alum of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, is a senior fellow for Southeast Asia and director of the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. According to Mr. Poling, the South China Sea is home to the most complex territorial and maritime disputes in the world. He states that it is one of the most likely places for US-China competition to turn violent. The United States has long-standing interests in this waterway, as does the rest of the international community. Mr. Poling will explore those interests and how Washington, alongside allies and partners, can secure them while avoiding conflict. When: October 21, 2020 from noon to 1:30PM Where: This event is a virtual event. You can access the event at the following link: https://bit.ly/RocksandRules  There is no charge or registration required. ALL ARE WELCOME! Please send all questions or comments to democracy@smcm.edu and feel free to share with your networks. This event is co sponsored by The Patuxent Partnership. Event Sponsor(s) Center for the Study of Democracy Antonio Ugues augues@smcm.edu 2408952169 Event Group Center for the Study of Democracy Presentation   Center for the Study of Democracy Megan Dinopoulos America/New_York public
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This is a virtual event.
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“Rocks and Rules: America and the South China Sea”

What: The Center for the Study of Democracy and the Patuxent Partnership are pleased to welcome Gregory B. Poling to deliver a public lecture on US-China relations and maritime policy in the South China Sea. Mr. Poling, an alum of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, is a senior fellow for Southeast Asia and director of the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

According to Mr. Poling, the South China Sea is home to the most complex territorial and maritime disputes in the world. He states that it is one of the most likely places for US-China competition to turn violent. The United States has long-standing interests in this waterway, as does the rest of the international community. Mr. Poling will explore those interests and how Washington, alongside allies and partners, can secure them while avoiding conflict.

When: October 21, 2020 from noon to 1:30PM

Where: This event is a virtual event. You can access the event at the following link: https://bit.ly/RocksandRules 

There is no charge or registration required. ALL ARE WELCOME!

Please send all questions or comments to democracy@smcm.edu and feel free to share with your networks. This event is co sponsored by The Patuxent Partnership.

Event Sponsor(s)

Center for the Study of Democracy

Antonio Ugues

augues@smcm.edu

2408952169

Event Group

Center for the Study of Democracy

Presentation

 

Registration information

You can access the event at the following link: https://bit.ly/RocksandRules 

Event Sponsor(s)
Center for the Study of Democracy
Megan Dinopoulos
medinopoulos@smcm.edu
240-895-6432
Event Group
Center for the Study of Democracy
Presentation