U.S.-China Tensions & Tipping Points | Global Security Forum 2023

September 22, 2023A naval strategist, former Marine Corps leader, and a wargamer explore the all-important U.S.-China relationship and ask whether or not the issue of Taiwan will be a tipping point in global security.

This conversation was part of the World Affairs Council of Connecticut’s Global Security Forum 2023: Tipping Points & Trip Wires. Learn more at https://www.gsf2023.com/

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LtGen Terry Robling,

U.S. Marine Corps, Ret.; Former Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific; CEO of PKL Services

James Holmes, Ph.D.,

J.C. Wylie Chair of Maritime Strategy, U.S. Naval War College

Becca Wasser,

Senior Fellow, Defense Program, Center for a New American Security

MOD. LtGen Michael Moeller,

U.S. Air Force, Ret.; VP for Defense Strategy & Analysis, Pratt & Whitney Military Engines