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Dragon in the North: Assessing the Growing Chinese Threat to the Arctic Region
Members of China's research team set up an ocean profiling float at a short-term data acquisition location near the icebreaker Xuelong, or "Snow Dragon," in the Arctic Ocean, on August 18, 2016. (Xinhua/Wu Yue via Getty Images)
(Xinhua/Wu Yue via Getty Images)

Dragon in the North: Assessing the Growing Chinese Threat to the Arctic Region

In-Person Attendees: This is an invite-only event. If you’ve received an invitation, we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, October 11. Please refer to your emailed invite for additional details.

If you did not receive an invitation but would like to attend in person, please reach out to China Center Program Manager Shane Leary at [email protected]

Online Viewers: This event will air live on this page on Wednesday, October 19, at 10:00 a.m.

The China Center will host a conference, entitled “The Dragon in the North: Assessing the Growing Chinese Threat to the Arctic Region,” organized by Hudson Senior Fellow Dr. Arthur Herman.

Hudson Senior Fellow and Director of the China Center Dr. Miles Yu will host this event. Hudson Distinguished Fellow and 70th Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo will deliver the keynote address.

Arthur Herman and Dr. Roslyn Layton of China Tech Threat will moderate panels consisting of the world’s leading experts on China’s march toward the Arctic.

Special thanks to China Tech Threat for its assistance in the organization of this event.

Speakers

Miles Yu

Senior Fellow, Director of China Center, Hudson Institute

Michael R. Pompeo

70th Secretary of State and Distinguished Fellow, Hudson Institute

Arthur Herman

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Roslyn Layton

Co-founder, China Tech Threat

Hudson Experts

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