Transparency and Sino-U.S. Strategic Stability
Series: Project on Managing the Atom Seminar Series
Open to the Public - Fainsod Room, Littauer-324
December 11, 2013
|Speaker:||Han Hua, Managing the Atom/International Security Research Fellow|
Are there any circumstances under which China can be more transparent regarding nuclear deterrence and ambiguity? MTA fellow Han Hua will present a seminar on the implications of this questions. This seminar will also touch upon U.S. strategic posturing and China's attitude towards transparency.
Coffee and tea provided. Please join us - Everyone is welcome, but admittance will be on a first come–first served basis.
Han Hua is Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Arms Control and Disarmament at the School of International Studies (SIS), Peking University, China. She teaches courses in International Relations in South Asia, International Arms Control, Disarmament and Nonproliferation, and US Politics and Foreign Policy. Her research interests cover South Asia and arms control and nonproliferation.
Han Hua has been a visiting researcher at School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute(SIPRI), Sweden, The Stimson Center and Monterey Center for Nonproliferation in Washington DC and Monterey, The Victoria University, Canada, and the Peace and Conflict Institute, Uppsala University, Sweden. She has also written extensively on Arms Control, nonproliferation and South Asia for journals and newspapers in China and abroad.
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By Hui Zhang, Senior Research Associate, Project on Managing the Atom
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