Webinar: The War in Ukraine and Its Implications for U.S.-China Relations

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Webinar: The War in Ukraine and Its Implications for U.S.-China Relations
Moderator: Prof Avi Chomsky – Professor of History at Salem State University and steering committee member of the Committee for a Sane U.S.-China Policy.

DATE: Tuesday, October 11, 8-9:30 P.M.(EDT)

A Panel Discussion with John Feffer, Michael Klare, and Rajan Menon
The Ukraine War has become increasingly dangerous, with increased U.S. military involvement and Russian threats to employ nuclear weapons. It has also complicated the Russian-Chinese military and economic partnership, with enormous consequences for the world – not least the increasingly confrontational U.S.-China competition for Asia-Pacific hegemony.
Noted analysts John Feffer of Foreign Policy in Focus, Michael Klare of the Committee for a Sane U.S.-China Policy, and Rajan Menon of Columbia University will assess these developments and offer listeners an opportunity to raise questions of their own.

John Feffer is the director of Foreign Policy in Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies. He has served as an Open Society Fellow, studying the transformations that have taken place in Eastern Europe since 1989. He is the author of several books and numerous articles, including the dystopian trilogy Splinterlands, Frostlands, and Songlands.
Michael Klare is professor emeritus of peace and world security studies at Hampshire College and a senior visiting fellow at the Arms Control Association. As defense correspondent for The Nation magazine, he has written numerous articles about the Ukraine war and U.S.-China relations. He also serves as the Co-Chair of the Committee for a Sane U.S.-China Policy.