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For the second Mel Kusin National Security Lecture, there could not be a better guest than his good friend Michael O’Hanlon of the Brookings Institution. O’Hanlon will examine and discuss our relationship with China and Russia and the potential provocations that could lead to armed conflict out of proportion to the actual threat. In his new book, The Senkaku Paradox, he advocates a strategies for an appropriate commensurate response.

For the second Mel Kusin National Security Lecture, there could not be a better guest than his good friend Michael O’Hanlon of the Brookings Institution. O’Hanlon will examine and discuss our relationship with China and Russia and the potential provocations that could lead to armed conflict out of proportion to the actual threat. In his new book, The Senkaku Paradox, he advocates a strategies for an appropriate commensurate response.

For the second Mel Kusin National Security Lecture, there could not be a better guest than his good friend Michael O’Hanlon of the Brookings Institution. O’Hanlon will examine and discuss our relationship with China and Russia and the potential provocations that could lead to armed conflict out of proportion to the actual threat. In his new book, The Senkaku Paradox, he advocates a strategies for an appropriate commensurate response.

WHEN

WHERE

Hotel Crescent Court
400 Crescent Ct.
Dallas, TX 75201
https://www.dfwworld.org/page.aspx?pid=1188&cid=5&ceid=120602&cerid=0&cdt=9%2f25%2f2019&cid=5&ceid=120602&cerid=0&cdt=9%2f25%2f2019

TICKET INFO

$32-$70
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