Reducing Misperception and Increasing Mutual Trust in Sino-American Strategic Affairs: A Conference Report from the U.S.-China Strategic Dialogue, Phase II; Strategic Insights: v.7, issue 2 (April 2008)
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The U.S.-China Strategic Dialogue was held in Honolulu, Hawaii, on November 5-7, 2006, in collaboration with Pacific Forum of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and with support from the Advanced Systems and Concepts Office of Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA/ASCO), U.S. Department of Defense. This was the second meeting of the U.S.- China Strategic Dialogueâ€”an annual track-two conference that brings together Chinese and American officials and analysts to discuss nuclear strategy, doctrine, and crisis management. The American participants were primarily academics, although several had experience in international security issues while working for the U.S. government and U.S. military. The Chinese participants were a mix of academics, think tank analysts, and military officers. (Please see the list of conference participants below.) The conference was held under the explicit understanding that all participants were speaking unofficially, as observers and analysts of their governmentâ€™s policy, not representatives of it.
This article appeared in Strategic Insights, Volume 7, Issue 2 (April 2008)
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