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Implications of U.S.-China Tensions in the Indo-Pacific November 16 event

On November 16, Hudson Institute convened a panel to discuss mounting tensions in U.S.-China relations and the impact on the Indo-Pacific region. Specifically, panelists considered the strategic implications of these tensions in the South China Sea for the U.S., Japan, and India.

Panelists included Bryan McGrath, deputy director of the Center for American Seapower at Hudson Institute; AdmiralYoji Koda (Ret.), the former Vice Admiral of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force and former Director-General of the Operations and Plans Department in the Maritime Staff Office in Tokyo, Japan; Aparna Pande, Research Fellow & Director of Hudson Institute’s Initiative on the Future of India and South Asia; and Satoru Nagao, a Visiting Fellow at Hudson Institute. The discussion will be moderated by Hudson Senior Fellow Arthur Herman.

Speakers

Vice Admiral Yoji Koda (Ret.) Speaker

Former Vice Admiral of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force and former director-general of the Operations and Plans Department in the Maritime Staff Office in Tokyo, Japan

Bryan McGrath Speaker

Deputy Director, Center for American Seapower, Hudson Institute

Aparna Pande Speaker

Research Fellow & Director, Initiative on the Future of India and South Asia, Hudson Institute

Satoru Nagao Speaker

Visiting Fellow, Hudson Institute

Arthur Herman (Moderator) Speaker

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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