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Marcia Weinstein Lecture - China's Global Influence: Political, Military, and Economic

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Published on Mar 21, 2013

China's economic and military advances over the past thirty years have made it an important international actor whose voice carries great weight in any discussion of global issues. Other nations have reacted with a mixture of awe and apprehension: the rise of China is fraught with both danger and opportunity. At the same time, these rapid advances have created strains within Chinese society that may ultimately slow or halt its spectacular progress short of the superpower status that is the dream of many patriots. This talk will examine both the accomplishments thus far and the pitfalls ahead.

June Teufel Dreyer is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Miami. Dr. Dreyer received her B.A. in Political Science from Wellesley College. Her M.A. in Asian Studies is from Harvard Univ., and her Ph.D. in Government and Far Eastern languages is from Harvard Univ.

Dr. Dreyer has researched and written extensively about China's government, foreign relations, geopolitical, and military affairs, before and since the end of the Cold war and restoration of relations between China and the United States.

Dr. Dreyer has held Congressional appointment to the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, served as Chief Far East Specialist for the Library of Congress, and served as Asia Adviser to Chief of Naval Operations, United States Navy.

This event is supported by the Marcia Weinstein bequest,
and sponsored by PSU Institute for Asian Studies,
The Mark Spencer Hotel, and World Affairs Council of Oregon

March 16, 2013

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