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CRP Research Seminar: 'The New U.S. Maritime Security Strategy in the Asia Pacific' by Prof Peter Dutton (China Maritime Studies Institute, Naval War College)

When Sep 24, 2015
from 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM
Where War Studies Meeting Room (K6.07), 6th Floor, Strand Campus, King’s College London
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The Centre for Rising Powers (CRP) is pleased to co-sponsor a research seminar on 'The New U.S. Maritime Security Strategy in the Asia Pacific' with Peter Dutton, Professor of Strategic Studies and Director of the China Maritime Studies Institute at the United States Naval War College. The event is organized in collaboration with the Asian Security & Warfare Research Group (ASWRG) at the Department of War Studies at Kings College London. CRP will be presented by Mr Christian Schultheiss, Graduate Research Associate.

Professor Dutton's current research focuses on American and Chinese views of sovereignty and international law of the sea and the strategic implicationsto the United States and the United States Navy of Chinese international law and policy choices.

All are welcome to attend. RSVP to Meiying Li ( 

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